New York

Premieres

The 83rd’s New EP Is a Frenetic Document of New York’s Freak Scene

The founder of Sermon 3—a label, website, and general hub for the city’s weirdo artists—shares a brief collection of insectoid electronics called ‘patricia,’ featuring Eartheater and DJ Slugo.
Colin Joyce
3.11.19
Premieres

Lady Lamb’s New Single “Deep Love” Finds Beauty in a Bad Day

The gorgeous track is the latest preview of Aly Spaltro’s third album Even in the Tremor, out April 5.
Josh Terry
2.27.19
Noisey News

Report: 6ix9ine Has Pleaded Guilty to Nine Criminal Counts

The rapper faces 32 years in jail if convicted.
Alex Robert Ross
2.1.19
Noisey Mix

MoMa Ready’s Noisey Mix Captures the New Energy of New York Techno

The producer and DJ is part of a crew of artists making it an exciting time to live in the city. His set of head-noddy house and techno gives just a small taste of why.
Colin Joyce
1.11.19
Noisey News

Frank Ocean Is in a Hotel, Taking Pictures of Towels, Doing Fine, Thanks

In a rare interview with GQ, Ocean talked about the midterm elections, his life in New York, and skincare routines for lazy men.
Alex Robert Ross
1.10.19
Noisey News

Woodstock Will Return This Summer to Help Your Freak Flag Fly

Michael Lang, the organizer of the original Woodstock, is bringing the festival back for a three-day 50th anniversary celebration in August.
Alex Robert Ross
1.9.19
The Noisey Advent Calendar

For the Love of Joey Ramone, Put the Fighting Aside This Christmas

"Merry Christmas (I Don't Want to Fight Tonight)" slowly became a punkish Christmas mainstay, but Joey's raw first demo of the song deserves more attention.
Alex Robert Ross
12.14.18
The Noisey Advent Calendar

Chance the Rapper's "Sunday Candy" Is a Window into a Less Shitty America

The Christmassy, slowed-down, gospel-heavy version Chance debuted on 'SNL' three years ago today—and reprised at the White House a year later—became a small, but important, moment in American history.
Alex Robert Ross
12.12.18
The Noisey Advent Calendar

Kanye West's "Christmas in Harlem" Squashed Some Beef and Became a Classic

Teyana Taylor, CyHi the Prince, Vado, Pusha-T, Musiq Soulchild, and Big Sean each took a turn on the twinkly, lengthy original. But appearances from Cam'ron and Jim Jones added another layer of peace and love.
Alex Robert Ross
12.10.18
Interviews

An Interview in a Nail Salon with Leikeli47 About Her New Album ‘Acrylic’

A morning at a nail salon with Brooklyn rapper Leikeli47 revealed why her sophomore album, 'Acrylic' provides a snapshot of black life and a masterclass on the value of black-owned businesses.
Kristin Corry
11.16.18
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

Let Conduit's Depressing Shit Rock Scrub Out Your Insides

The New York quartet's debut 'Drowning World' is everything the stuff we call noise rock should be: namely, absolutely disgusting.
Colin Joyce
9.4.18
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