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Premieres

Boston’s Kal Marks Are Noise Rock Realists, Even in Hard Times

The Mass. trio survey a scorched Earth on their new album ‘Universal Care.’
Colin Joyce
4 days ago
Remembering Things
Remembering Things

Enjoy Nature Exactly the Way God Intended It, As an App

Irv Teibel’s esteemed series 'Environments' is now an application thanks to the diggers at Numero Group. It’s both a historical document and a salve for modern ills.
Colin Joyce
4 days ago
Noisey Guide To
Noisey Guide To

The Guide to Getting into Superchunk

How to delve into the immersive and varied catalog of one of indie rock's most seminal bands.
Cam Lindsay
4 days ago
INTERVIEWS
INTERVIEWS

Talking Travel, Over-Thinking and UFOs with Rhye’s Mike Milosh

The alt-R&B artist taught us about epigenetics in a conversation about his transient life and latest album, 'Blood.'
Ryan Bassil
4 days ago
PROFILES
PROFILES

The Reappearance of Mark Renner and the Music That Gets Lost to Time

Mark Renner's records of homespun ambience and dewy post-punk were consigned to dollar bins and flea markets for decades. With the help of the Brooklyn label RVNG, he's finally reaching a new audience.
Lewis Gordon
5 days ago
Rank Your Records
Rank Your Records

Rank Your Records: Tom Fleming Judiciously Orders Wild Beasts’ Five LPs

In advance of their final gig, we looked back at the English art rockers' discography with bassist Tom Fleming.
Cam Lindsay
5 days ago
Noisey Guide
Noisey Guide

What Kind of Punk Dude Over 30 Are You?

From CrossFitter to Suburban Dad, here are your options after hitting the big 3-0.
Dan Ozzi
2.14.18
Important Questions Raised By...
Important Questions Raised By...

I Wanted to Impress My First Boyfriend So I Got into Ben Folds

You faked loving Kurt Cobain, or Avenged Sevenfold, or Lil Yachty, or New Found Glory, or Mannheim Steamroller. We've all been there.
Daisy Jones
2.14.18
Objectively Correct Lists
Objectively Correct Lists

69 Songs, Ranked

Finally, a comprehensive ranking of 69 of the songs.
Noisey Staff
2.14.18
Remembering Things
Remembering Things

20 Years Ago, ‘The Wedding Singer’ Forced 80s Nostalgia Down Our Throats

The 1998 Adam Sandler/Drew Barrymore rom-com kicked off the wave of retro culture fetishization that was to follow.
Dan Ozzi
2.13.18
Features
Features

A Walk Around a Nightlife Graveyard with Benin City

How the multigenre group turned the sound of London's changing club scene into an effervescent album.
Josh Baines
2.12.18
Features
Features

24-Hour Clubs Can Totally Transform a City, Both For Better and For Worse

In Amsterdam, one of the party capitals of the world reckons with the socio-economic challenges of 24-hour nightlife.
Timo Koren
2.12.18