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Elohim Finds The Beauty in Chaos for "Fuck Your Money"

Watch “Fuck Your Money,” a premiere from the Los Angeles-based singer about the power of love.
Noisey Staff
4 days ago
Sports On Noisey
Sports On Noisey

Quavo Is Your 2018 NBA Celebrity All-Star Game MVP

The rapper put up 19 points and one overzealous block while Justin Bieber and Arcade Fire's Win Butler had quiet nights in Los Angeles.
Alex Robert Ross
2.17.18
noisey beats 1
noisey beats 1

Noisey Beats 1: Shoreline Mafia and Ron-Ron The Producer

Tune into episode 132 of Noisey Radio on Beats 1 this Saturday at 9 AM EST/6 AM PST and Sunday 9 PM EST/6 PM PST.
Noisey Staff
2.9.18
music videos
music videos

Watch Haim's Paul Thomas Anderson-Directed "Night So Long" Video

Shot at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, its understated power comes almost entirely from closeup shots of the band onstage.
Alex Robert Ross
1.27.18
PROFILES
PROFILES

The Impossible Tale of 03 Greedo, the Future of West Coast Rap

The rapper's incredible potential has made him one of Los Angeles' most enigmatic artists, but his complicated history could cause his future to be in question.
Torii MacAdams
1.16.18
PROFILES
PROFILES

blackbear Is Extremely Famous, Even If You Don't Know Who He Is

The prolific songwriter—who co-wrote Justin Bieber's "Boyfriend"—looks to turn his internet fame into a reality. With his upcoming album 'Cybersex' and singles featuring Gucci Mane and 2 Chainz, can he do it?
Rebecca Haithcoat
11.14.17
The 2017 Music Issue
The 2017 Music Issue

Mija Is EDM's Last Great Hope

The self-made 25-year-old DJ is poised to become one of the biggest names in contemporary dance music, as well as a one-woman art factory.
Chris Martins
11.7.17
PROFILES
PROFILES

Holy Terror Ruled, Burned Out, and Remained Criminally Underrated

With a new box set, 'Total Terror,' bringing the band's late-'80s work together, we spoke with guitarist Mike Alvord about the LA band's strange and brilliant history.
Alex Deller
10.29.17
Festivals
Festivals

Can Desert Daze Be America's Answer to Glastonbury?

Black metal yoga, the Institute of Mentalphysics, hippies—surely the only thing separating the two is the weather.
Kevin EG Perry
10.27.17
PROFILES
PROFILES

Ten Million Shows and the Cult of Open Mike Eagle

The underground rapper has built a career out of being on the fringe. Now with his great new album 'Brick Body Kids Still Daydream' and a Comedy Central show on the horizon, maybe it's his moment.
Paul Thompson
10.24.17
PROFILES
PROFILES

LA Rapper Natia Charts a Path Out of Homelessness

The 24-year-old has been homeless for six years—the whole of his rap career—surviving by any means necessary. Now, with his debut LP '10K Hours,' he's going for stardom.
Max Bell
10.22.17
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Watch Bon Iver's Full Set from David Lynch's Festival of Disruption

Justin Vernon's solo performance featured a duet with Sharon Van Etten and a Johnny Cash cover
Alex Robert Ross
10.15.17