70s

Premieres

Reese LaFlare and Gunna Go Disco in the New "Drip Like That" Video

The latest video from the Atlanta rapper's self-titled debut is a dimly-lit throwback.
Noisey Staff
10.30.18
Essays

From Cold Chisel to Craft Beer: The Gentrification of Pub Rock

Young bands sporting mullets and boogying to classic rock are met with scepticism from some, for others they're a continuation of an Australian tradition.
Vincent Dwyer
9.25.17
Remembering Things

Sal Maida is One of the Coolest 70s Rock Stars You’ve Never Heard Of

An excerpt from the Roxy Music and SPARKS bassist's book tells of early David Bowie shows and getting blanked by the Stones .
Tim Scott
8.21.17
Noisey News

A New Comp of 70s Underground Rock Tells Tales of Dope Fiends and Bad Trips

‘Acid Nightmares’ is a double album that documents the creeping existential dread of the 70s hard rock scene.
Tim Scott
8.14.17
Premieres

Listen to "I Tried" by Parent, One of Chicago's Best Kept Secrets

Here's the first song from the Laurel Canyon-inspired four-piece who make 70s-style music for "people who like Elton John unironically."
Josh Terry
7.13.17
Essays

The Emancipation of Donna Summer

2017 marks 40 years since Summer's audacious, pivotal pair of albums 'I Remember Yesterday' and 'Once Upon a Time.'
Ira Madison III
5.24.17
Noisey Guide To

The Guide to Getting into Donna Summer

The Queen of Disco's career is much more diverse than you probably realize. Here's how to begin.
Ira Madison III
5.17.17
Premieres

J.D. Buhl Was Berkeley, California's Best-Kept Late 70s Pop Secret

Listen to tracks taken from a new compilation featuring the rare and out of print J.D. Buhl catalog.
Tim Scott
1.21.17
Art

When Owning 10,000 Punk Badges Isn't Enough

Image as Virus celebrates the history of the punk badge.
Tim Scott
12.1.16
Interviews

Bob Weir's Long, Strange Trip West

The iconic member of The Grateful Dead talks his first solo record in over a decade, fascination with the American West, and how he's still, somehow, searching.
Jeff Weiss
11.8.16
Interviews

"Now Is Always the Right Time": The Resurrection and Enlightenment of 70s Rock Gurus Lightstorm

The resurrected experimental rock duo reflects back on Indian gurus, The Bouncing Souls, influencing Madonna, and playing for the Viet Cong.
Shawna Kenney
2.16.16
Presented By Vinyl

How 70s Punk Became the Blueprint for Alt Fashion (and Subculture’s Doomed Demise)

Like everything, punk fashion was influenced by sex.
Sophie Saint Thomas
2.12.16
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