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Eartheater Is the Future of Everything Weird

The Queens-based composer and performer's new record 'IRISIRI' is a step into the unknown, and a reminder that our physical vessels are always in flux.
Colin Joyce
4 days ago
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King Vision Ultra's Ambient Rap Beats Are Protesting a Broken System

The producer and labelhead best known as Geng turns his communitarian spirit on his own work with a doomy, noisy, beat tape inspired by his past in hip-hop and the pain caused by the justice system.
Colin Joyce
5.30.18
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Lil Baby Is Destined for Rap Greatness

The prolific Atlanta star has only been rapping a year and has already made his name as one of the city's best storytellers. Drake's a fan—it's only a matter of time before everyone else is too.
Kyle Kramer
5.16.18
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Lil West Is the Delaware Loner Forging Rap’s Strange Future

Holed up in a small town, the 19-year-old rapper and a crew of producers he only knows online are creating a genreless utopia from leftover scraps of trap, emo, EDM, and a whole lot more.
Colin Joyce
5.2.18
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Forth Wanderers Are Indie Rock's Next Great Nostalgists

Now signed to Sub Pop, five college-aged childhood friends from New Jersey keep growing up together on their blissful self-titled album.
Leah Mandel
4.18.18
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Kaytranada Will Just Keep Getting Better

In this Noisey Next video, we catch up with the 25-year-old Haitian-born producer to talk about his rise from SoundCloud to stardom.
Noisey Staff
12.20.17
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Shame Have Been Stupidly Lucky But Deserve It All

They're one of many guitar bands knocking the teeth out of south London, one sweaty and shirtless gig at a time.
Jamie Milton
12.6.17
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Kali Uchis Is Ready for Her Global Domination

In this Noisey Next video, the Colombian singer explains her rise from photo-obsessed college kid to global star.
Noisey Staff
11.16.17
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III Points Festival Was a Sweaty Celebration of Miami's Best Music

If you missed the madness, fear not.
Noisey Staff
10.18.17
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The Stitched Up, Lo-Fi Torment of Deem Spencer

The Queens rapper's 'we think we alone' EP is an impressive take on processing grief.
Lawrence Burney
9.28.17
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Princess Nokia and the Art of Doing What You Want

The New York rapper is a mainstay of the New York underground. Now she looks to what's next.
Noisey Staff
9.7.17
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The Unexpected Rise of Zeal & Ardor's Spiritual Black Metal Blues

Sin isn't exactly a struggle for the Swiss-American musician behind one of metal's most fascinating, controversial bands.
Kim Kelly
8.23.17