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the shape of punk

Dillinger Four's 'Midwestern Songs of the Americas' Spawned a Scene of Copycats

Released 20 years ago, the debut album from the Minnesota band created a new template for pop-punk that bands are still trying in vain to replicate.
David Anthony
2 days ago
Rank Your Records
Rank Your Records

Julia Kugel Rates The Coathangers' Five Albums

On the release of their new live album, the guitarist looks back at the garage-rock trio's 12-year career, which is definitely not "a joke."
Bonnie Stiernberg
6.14.18
Features
Features

Getting to Know The Armed, the Most Unknowable Band in Hardcore

A week on the road, at the track, and in the compound of the enigmatic Detroit collective.
Max Frank
6.13.18
Features
Features

Lily Allen Is Ready to Be Seen Again

The real Lily Allen steps forward on 'No Shame', a banger-filled but breathtakingly sad document of depression, divorce, and motherhood. We caught up with the singer to discuss what led her to LP 4, and what comes next.
Shaad D’Souza
6.13.18
Premieres
Premieres

If You Dream of a Better World, Listen to Dos Santos' Boundless New Record

The Chicago quintet's new album 'Logos' was made during an intense time in the summer of 2017. Its genre-obliterating, question-inviting approach offers a way forward for the openminded.
Colin Joyce
6.12.18
Premieres
Premieres

New York Noise Punks Palberta's New Album Is Equal Parts Silly and Scary

Fueled by the once in a lifetime chemistry of three longtime friends, 'Roach Goin' Down' is a special, experimental take on what it means to rock.
Leah Mandel
6.12.18
Essays
Essays

Jorja Smith Plays It Safe Yet Plays to Win

Her debut album, 'Lost & Found,' showcases her incredible voice but comes close to dragging in near-constant slow jam territory.
Tshepo Mokoena
6.11.18
PROFILES
PROFILES

Surviving the Last Days of Excess with Oneohtrix Point Never

The world is overwhelming, and the Brooklyn-based composer is just trying to process it all on his wonderfully all-over-the-place LP 'Age Of.'
Colin Joyce
6.7.18
Rank Your Records
Rank Your Records

Alice In Chains’ Jerry Cantrell Revisits the Band’s Five Records

With a new record in the works, the founding guitarist/vocalist dug into the band’s back catalog.
Mark Lore
6.7.18
Noisey Guide To
Noisey Guide To

The Guide to Getting into Murder By Death

The longrunning band's sound is not easily definable, and they've got a catalog of seven dense albums. So finding a starting point is tough. Here's a handy guide.
Dan Ozzi
6.7.18
Interviews
Interviews

London Sleaze Punks Goat Girl Look Life's Absurdities in the Eye

When everything is political, the band’s off-the-cuff, often satirical social commentary is a welcome palette cleanser to the heaviness of modern life.
Andrea Domanick
6.1.18
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Premieres

Listen to gobbinjr’s Clever New Pop Songs When You're Lonely and Tired

The Brooklyn-based songwriter Emma Witmer opens up about about kinda funny, kinda sad record ‘ocala wick,’ inspired by “unreciprocated and unsolicited advances by men.”
Colin Joyce
5.31.18