Film

Interviews

Gaspar Noé’s 'Climax' Is Every Raver’s Worst Nightmare

The director opens up about the film's stellar soundtrack—featuring cathartic cuts from Aphex Twin and Daft Punk—and the ways a beautiful night out can turn really dark.
Sandra Song
3.14.19
Essays

Somehow Nickelback Made Ice Cube's Meathead Racing Flick 'Torque' a Classic

Fifteen years after its release, we look back on the sappy bro soundtracks that defined the nativist exceptionalism of the post-9/11 years.
Gary Suarez
1.24.19
Essays

'A Star Is Born' Examines Pop's Destructive Relationship with Drug Abuse

The film, starring Lady Gaga in her first feature role, is a harsh look at the realities of fame.
Sarah MacDonald
9.11.18
Interviews

The Truth About Devo, America's Most Misunderstood Band

Over 40 years ago, David Bowie called Devo "the band of the future." What he didn't realize is just how bleak that future would be—and how right Devo would be about it.
Andrea Domanick
8.29.18
Op-Eds

Everything Is Recorded Capture the Pure Essence of Collaboration

XL label boss Richard Russell’s project—featuring Sampha, Ibeyi, Wiki and more—holds the key to something deeper than music.
Ryan Bassil
7.31.18
Interviews

This Feminist Metal Horror Movie Spills Blood and Destroys Stereotypes

We speak with director Laurel Vail, whose new short film "What Metal Girls Are Into" has been making waves at film festivals around the world.
Kelsey Zimmerman
6.8.18
Features

Daryl Hannah and Neil Young Made a Western for the Psychedelically Woke

We sat down with director Hannah and stars Young and Micah Nelson to talk art, imperfection, and making the surreal new Netflix film 'Paradox'
Andrea Domanick
3.26.18
Features

Every Handshake in '8 Mile', Ranked

Look, if you had one shot, one opportunity, to rank all of Eminem's handshakes, would you capture it or just let it slip?
Dan Ozzi
3.7.18
Premieres

An Exclusive, Behind-the-Scenes Look at 'Ayo,' Bomba Estéreo’s Latest Album

The eponymous documentary offers an inside look into the Colombian band’s creative process, during, before, and after their recent record "Ayo".
Sebastián Narváez Núñez
2.15.18
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

The New M.I.A Documentary Shows Her Lesser-Known Side

Steve Loveridge's 'MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A.' finally debuted at Sundance and focuses on the musician's activism on behalf of Tamils.
Noisey UK Staff
1.24.18
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Luxuriate in the Sumptousness of Sufjan Stevens' "Mystery of Love" Video

Peaches, countryside, and lots of 'Call Me By Your Name' footage.
Lauren O'Neill
1.4.18
Interviews

"What Happens in Radiohead Is Sometimes Inexplicable": An Interview with Philip Selway

We talked to the drummer of the legendary British band about his solo work and his new album.
Juan Sebastián Barriga Ossa
10.30.17
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