New music

Let's See If Your Valentine's Day Sounds Like Pharmakon's Agonizing "No Natural Order"

Ruminate on the callous nature of humanity with your boo.
Noisey Staff
New music

Pharmakon's "Transmission" Will Mess Up Your Thursday and You're Gonna Love It

Her new album 'Contact' comes out in March.
Noisey Staff
New music

New York Punks Cheena Announce Their Glammy and Hooky Debut LP

The five-piece have shared “Car" a track from their upcoming debut album ‘Spend the Night With…’
Noisey Staff
Festivals 2015

Inside FORM Arcosanti: The Festival of the Future

A close-knit desert festival spreads its wings.
Shelby Bryant

Nothing Changes Brought Merzbow, Prurient, and Raw Sound Transgression to Red Bull Music Academy

Photos from the massive noise and experimental music event, starring Japanese noise legend Merzbow.
Noisey Staff

Stream a New Track from Cheena's Sacred Bones Debut Seven Inch

Featuring members of Crazy Spirit, Pharmakon and more, check out the new song now!
Noisey Staff
we saw this

We Caught a Rare Cheena and Sheer Mag Appearance at Nothing Changes

The new NYC supergroup and Philly scuzz rockers kicked up one hell of a racket.
Noisey Staff
2014 in Review

Noisey's Best and Worst of 2014 - Kim Kelly

A little bit country, a little bit rock'n'roll, and a little bit gothic death industrial.
Kim Kelly
we saw this

Berserktown Festival Was a Flurry of Spikes, Charged Hair, Leather, and Ripping Punk

A report from the front lines of the badass punk festival in Los Angeles.
New music

I Guess Pharmakon is a Sultry Singer From The 60s All Of Sudden, Check Out Her Nancy Sinatra Cover

Not joking.
Noisey Staff

I Went to Basilica Soundscape and the Cops Thought I Was a Corpse

This fest was more than just a "Pitchfork goth forest nymph camping adventure." It was a chance for artists to collaborate in unique ways; it was a chance to get arrested.
Chuck Squaregood

A Pharmakon for Our Sins

In Ancient Greece, the "pharmakos" was known as a sorcerer, magician or poisoner, and the "pharmakon," his remedying poison. Both the music and performances of Margaret Chardiet live up to the name.
Damon McMahon