Interview

PROFILES

How The Japanese House’s Walls Came Tumbling Down

With her beloved dog Calvin in tow, the atmospheric UK artist talks us through how heartbreak and subsequent clarity informed her debut LP.
Tom Connick
3.1.19
Q&As

Panda Bear Made an Album to Impress His Kids and It Didn't Work

'Buoys' draws on trap's sonic architecture in order to appeal to young ears. Even if his kids are still embarrassed, it's a stunning pop statement.
Colin Joyce
2.13.19
Interviews

How Pete Wentz Ended Up on a Lil Peep and ILoveMakonnen Collab

"I saw Peep as a kindred spirit," he told us, when we called him about to talk about new track "I've Been Waiting."
Marianne Eloise
2.1.19
Internet Exploring

This Bootleg Netflix Drake Documentary Is Pure Agony

'Drake: Rewriting the Rules' is a new entry in a line of garbage, basic documentaries about Drake without Drake.
Jabbari Weekes
Phil Witmer
1.22.19
Noisey News

Soulja Boy Is the Storyteller of Our Generation

In his first interview with The Breakfast Club, Soulja Boy argued he had the best comeback of 2018 but really just ended up telling wild stories.
Kristin Corry
1.16.19
Noisey Hitlist

Drill Artist Loski Is Dripping with Flair

He blew 20 grand in one month and is feeling “Boasy” about it. We're premiering his latest single today.
Ryan Bassil
1.11.19
Features

Spice Can Take A Likkle Heat

The dancehall superstar premieres her new video “Cool It,” and the ups and downs of being the 'Queen of Dancehall.'
Sharine Taylor
1.11.19
Noisey Hitlist

SOAK Is Back with Indie-Pop Love Letters to Small-Town Culture

The Mercury-nominated songwriter captures the sound of the local bar on Cure-esque track "Knock Me Off My Feet," which we're premiering below.
Emma Garland
1.10.19
Noisey Hitlist

Jockstrap Make Classical Music Sound Trippy as Hell

And we’re premiering their very glittery video for the haunting, intimate track “Charlotte.”
Ryan Bassil
12.11.18
Premieres

You Tell Me Wrote a Lively Song About an Ordinary “Water Cooler” Romance

The UK duo talk about their serendipitous meeting at a Kate Bush concert and the tired joke of explaining their band name to people.
Sarah MacDonald
11.28.18
Interviews

How English Legends Suede Came Back from Creative Oblivion to Find Redemption

Their latest album, 'The Blue Hour,' is their best in more than 20 years. Here, frontman Brett Anderson tells us where he's at in life.
Jeremy Allen
11.28.18
Noisey Hitlist

Babeheaven Pair Dark, Intimate Songs with Warm IRL Personalities

We're premiering "November," the next dreamy and atmospheric track from the London duo's debut EP.
Ryan Bassil
11.27.18
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