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Blueface Is Pretty Good at Drawing His Blue Face

"The details are what matter."
Noisey Staff
2.5.19
Interviews

These Photos Tell the Forgotten Story of LA's Latinx Rave Scene in the 90s

We talk to Map Pointz founder Guadalupe Rosales about the party crews that gave teens a sense of belonging beyond gang culture.
Marla Bahloul
1.17.19
Noisey News

Help Charli XCX Raise Money to Save a Young Artist's Life

Party for a cause! Join Charli, Allie X, Dorian Electra, and more at the Billy Ball in LA to support Billy Clayton's cancer treatment.
Eve Barlow
11.29.18
Premieres

There's Something About The Marías

The bilingual Los Angeles psych-soul quintet blurs the lines between decades, genres, and cultures on their newly released 'Superclean, Vol. II' EP. Their new music video for "Over the Moon" continues the streak.
John Ochoa
11.2.18
we saw this

Mac Miller Will Live Through Us Forever

The celebration of the late rapper's life in LA offered a night where tributes mirrored his own selflessness, and coping was communal.
Myles Andrews-Duve
11.1.18
we saw this

Escape the Room with Kevin Gates

We followed the Luca Brasi 3 rapper into the depths of his new trap house-themed escape room (yes, that's a thing that exists) in Los Angeles.
Paul Thompson
10.31.18
Premieres

Here's Deap Vally Clobbering the Shit Out of a Mutant Trump

Deap Vally are the intergalactic superheroes we need, armed with lizard brain riffs and feminist grit in their animated "Bring It On" video.
Andrea Domanick
10.25.18
Noisey Hitlist

Madge Is a DIY Electro Pop Wizard

Alongside her new track “How to Play”, we spoke to the LA-based artist about going from strict Mormonism to eclectic beatmaker.
Daisy Jones
9.19.18
Premieres

Imagine If Michael Scott Took Some Acid

Watch the premiere of JJUUJJUU's new video for "Zionic Mud," and don't miss the LA psych rockers and Desert Daze founders on tour with Primus and Lumerians this fall and winter.
Andrea Domanick
9.12.18
An Oral History

Hole’s 'Celebrity Skin' Was a Polished, Perfect Love-Hate Letter to LA

Drowning, disaster and transformation: revisiting Hole’s follow up to ‘Live Through This’ with the band and their fans 20 years on.
Hannah Ewens
9.4.18
Drugs

The Story of Indigo Ranch, the Improbably Beautiful Birthplace of Nu Metal

For six years, a 60-acre ranch in Malibu reverberated with some of the harshest music ever put to tape. Then it all burned to the ground.
Andy Hermann
8.27.18
Scene Reports

These LA Artists Are Keeping Jazz Raw as Hell

Kamasi Washington and Thundercat are making jazz cool again, but they're far from the only Angelenos helping LA reclaim its status as a boundary-pushing jazz city.
Ben Grenrock
8.6.18
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