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
Noisey Hitlist

Sports Team Bat Misery Out of Music and Bring the Fun Back in

Bet you all the money in my bank account you haven’t heard a British band like this in years.
Ryan Bassil
New music

A$AP Rocky Continues His Infatuation with Britain by Sampling Dean Blunt

The track, which is called "MONEY BAGS FREESTYLE," is the third new release from Rocky this week.
Noisey UK Staff
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Two of Britain's Greatest Artists Made an Opera About Acid and Angels

Maverick composers Mica Levi and Dean Blunt came together for an opera that left our writer with more questions than answers.
Niloufar Haidari
The 2017 Music Issue

Photos of 'Untypical Girls' and the Radical Stages of Revolution

See excerpts of Sam Knee's forthcoming book, 'Untypical Girls: Styles and Sounds of the Transatlantic Indie Revolution,' featuring Kim Gordon, The Wrecks, Slant 6, and more.
Sam Knee

“The Feeling”: the Genre-Less Sound That Evokes the Tragedy and Triumph of Summer

One time for the rare tracks that capture the bittersweet freedom of leaving the house with nothing more than a debit card in your shorts.
Ryan Bassil
Remembering Things

Sugababes’ ‘One Touch’ Is Lowkey One of the Greatest British Coming of Age Albums

Blending pop and R&B, with inflections of garage and 2-step, it's both a quintessential product of its time and years ahead of it.​
Niloufar Haidari
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Boy Meets World: Why Drake Is Both Your Life Coach and Ego

As thousands descend on London’s O2 Arena for his show, others protest Trump’s Muslim ban across town. Where does he stand in all of it?
Ryan Bassil

Grime is Approaching the Breakthrough Moment Hip-Hop Reached in the 90s

We are about to hit a golden age.
Dan Hancox
The Noisey Guide to

How to Take Control of the Office Stereo Without Getting Sacked

Nail it, and you are a god. But get it wrong and you'll be treated like you did a shit in the photocopier.
Angus Harrison

Never Mind the Sex Pistols... It Was The Damned Who Pioneered UK Punk

Forty years after “New Rose”, we sat down with Dave Vanian of The Damned to dissect subculture, originality, and why punk is better off dead.
Biju Belinky
Levi's® Music Project presents Estates of Mind

The DIY Ethos of Grime Is What Makes It Britain's Most Important Youth Culture

Britain has always been full of isolated young people who are bored of being bored and who are determined to make the country a more interesting place.
Noisey Staff