2018

Noisey 2018

65 Objectively Good Things That Happened in 2018

Every year is bad now. But these things got us through 2018.
Noisey Staff
12.28.18
Interviews

Read Some Of Noisey's Best Interviews of 2018

From an interview with Snail Mail to a chat with Robyn, check out some of what you may have missed this year.
Noisey UK Staff
12.26.18
End of Year

The 10 Most Underrated UK Projects of 2018

Bookmark this page for a proper list of all the EPs, mixtapes and albums that deserve a second wave of attention.
Daisy Jones
Ryan Bassil
12.20.18
Objectively Correct Lists

The Best Christmas Presents for the Music Fan You Don't Know All That Well

Look, we get it, buying stuff for relative strangers can be hard, so here's a few of the weirder things that musicians are selling this year.
Ryan Bassil
12.17.18
Noisey 2018

31 Essential Records You Might Have Missed This Year

Here are the releases that may have flown under your radar in a very busy year.
Noisey Staff
12.13.18
Noisey Hitlist

Jockstrap Make Classical Music Sound Trippy as Hell

And we’re premiering their very glittery video for the haunting, intimate track “Charlotte.”
Ryan Bassil
12.11.18
Noisey 2018

The 100 Best Albums of 2018

The Noisey staff's favorite releases of the year.
Noisey Staff
12.5.18
Interview

Dizzee Rascal Hates Interviews, But He Still Gave Us One

We caught up with the grime legend shortly after the release of his triumphant new EP 'Don't Gas Me' and found an MC tired of questions.
Aniefiok Ekpoudom
10.29.18
Interviews

Fatima Is Hanging Onto Hope

On her second album, the electronic soul artist is optimistic about the future. We caught up with her in south London for a chat.
Niloufar Haidari
10.17.18
Essays

How British Guitar Music Caught Up With The World

It took a long time to get over itself, but now British guitar music feels like it’s standing on its own feet.
Ryan Bassil
10.5.18
Interview

slowthai is Just Getting Started

The visceral British rapper kicks a boot to the face of convention with his unique blend of antagonistic punk, UK grime, and the blues.
Niloufar Haidari
9.24.18
Essays

RIP (???) to OVO Fest, Toronto's Number One Source of FOMO

After eight good years, Drake's OVO Fest has come to a quiet end. We think.
Jabbari Weekes
8.7.18
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