Devi McCallion and Katie Dey’s Album Makes the End of the World Sound Fun

'Some New Form of Life' is a funny and fucked record about the end of everything and what comes after. Or something like that.
Colin Joyce

The Art Rock Rebellion of Torres

On her third LP, 'Three Futures,' Mackenzie Scott lets go of her fears, celebrates the body, and finds comfort in acceptance. She tells us that she's just making up for lost time.
Alex Robert Ross
Internet Exploring

A Quick Timeline of Justin Bieber Rededicating His Life to Jesus

One man, one 'Purpose.'
Phil Witmer

Kendrick's 'DAMN.' Is a Spiritual Reawakening

He believes in God; he believes in himself – and is it sacrilegious to do both?
Ryan Bassil
Noisey News

Chris Stapleton's New Song "Broken Halos" Hints at Something Great

'From A Room: Volume 1,' the follow-up to 2015’s staggering 'Traveller,' is out May 5 on Mercury Nashville.
Alex Robert Ross
The Greatest Things Of All Time

Here Are All the Great Kendrick Lamar Lines That Reference Our Lord and Savior

Your guide to what's Hallelujah and what's Halle Berry, just in time for the album's release on Good Friday.
Noisey Canada Staff
Noisey News

Sufjan Stevens’s “Christian Nation” Piece Is Now an Op-Ed at the Washington Post

“Get real and get right with God. Go in your closet and pray for your enemies.”
Alex Robert Ross
Longreads Or Whatever

On the Run: The Temper Trap's Dougy Mandagi Is Still Searching

We join the band on the brink of disaster in Bali and find the legacy of Dougy's fractured childhood still cuts deep.
Kim Taylor Bennett
A Year of Lil Wayne

A Year of Lil Wayne: "Pray to the Lord"

This song could get you through anything.
Kyle Kramer
we saw this

In the Twin Cities, Every Day Is Prince Day

Last night in St. Paul, Stevie Wonder and a collection of musicians paid tribute to the Purple One for six hours. It wasn't long enough.
Nathan Sacks
Holy Shit

"Why You Always Lyin": Kim Kardashian Reveals Taylor Swift OKed Kanye's "Famous" Line

Happy International Snake Day!
Noisey Staff

By George, The By Gods' New EP 'Phone Calls' Is Exactly What We Needed

If the phrase “go in the direction of your dreams” has any weight to The By Gods, then, by god, I hope they do.
Annalise Domenighini