Interviews

Interviews

Nico Segal and Nate Fox's New Project Intellexual Is Charming and Complex

The Social Experiment members took some time away from Chance to enlist their friends to make a lush new album inspired by ‘70s singer-songwriters.
Josh Terry
5 days ago
Interviews

Tayla Parx Has Her Own Voice

Tayla Parx is best known for her role in ‘Hairspray’ and songwriting credits on “thank u, next” and “7 Rings.” Her debut album ‘We Need to Talk’ redirects the conversation where it should be: on her own work.
Kristin Corry
4.5.19
Interviews

At the Top of the Rock and the End of the World with PUP

With 'Morbid Stuff,' the Toronto band made the best album of their career. Too bad we're all gonna die.
Dan Ozzi
4.3.19
Premieres

John Barclay’s New Fantasy Techno EP Is Magical and Harrowing

The owner and operator of New York's Bossa Nova Civic Club merges “elf warfare music” and reality on ‘Naja Warfare,’ his new release as Liquid Soap.
Keagon Voyce
4.2.19
Interviews

Saweetie Is Working Despite What You Think About Her

Noisey had dinner with the Bay area rapper ahead of her sophomore EP, ‘Icy.’ Saweetie knows what you’ve been saying about her. She just doesn’t care.
Kristin Corry
4.1.19
Interviews

Jimmy Buffett on the Role He Was Born to Play: Himself

We talked to the king parrothead about his role in 'The Beach Bum,' working with Snoop Dogg, and why retirement is overrated.
Will Schube
3.28.19
Interviews

Listen to Laura Stevenson

While her peers will gladly shout her praises from the rooftops, the singer is content to quietly make art on her own terms, which she has done on her stunning fifth album, 'The Big Freeze.'
David Anthony
3.28.19
Interviews

Le Butcherettes Make Art Out of Trauma and Death

"I'm just happy that we can put something together that represents our vulnerabilities and people can identify with that.”
Isabella Gomez Sarmiento
3.26.19
Interviews

AVAIL’s Tim Barry Talks About the Band’s Reunion (Yes, You Read That Right)

After more than a decade away, one of the most beloved punk bands is getting back together, briefly. Frontman Tim Barry explains their return.
Dan Ozzi
3.26.19
Interviews

Jeff Tremaine and Machine Gun Kelly Talk Mötley Crüe Biopic 'The Dirt'

"At first Nikki Sixx didn’t like the idea of the Jackass guy directing his story," Tremaine tells Noisey of his first foray into scripted features.
Justin Staple
3.25.19
Interviews

Why Indie Rock Fifty-Somethings Are Going Synthpop

Decades into their careers, rock 'n' roll journeymen from seminal bands like Guided By Voices and Pavement are discovering the subversive joys of making electronic music.
Gary Suarez
3.25.19
Interviews

Ex Hex's New Album 'It's Real' Is a Nostalgia Trip Towards the Future

We speak to frontperson Mary Timony about the Washington D.C. band's ambitious second project.
Lauren O'Neill
3.25.19
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