Pixies

New music

With "Zombie Bastards," Weezer Finally Confirm 'Black Album' Details

The long-rumored, Dave Sitek-produced record is out on March 1.
Alex Robert Ross
11.21.18
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Here Is a Tuxedoed John Cena Playing a Haunting Cover of "Where Is My Mind?"

No dream is too big.
Alex Robert Ross
10.27.17
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Pixies Bring "Tenement Song" and Its Massive Chorus to Colbert

Frank Black? Still fun!
Alex Robert Ross
5.27.17
Premieres

Listen to a Collaboration Between Future of the Left's Julia Ruzicka and Pixies' Black Francis

"Painter Man Is Coming" is the first listen from Ruzicka's debut solo album, featuring everybody.
Noisey Staff
9.21.16
New music

Pixies Return with a New Album and a Single That Sounds Like a Pixies Single

"Um Chagga Lagga" is the first track from 'Head Carrier,' out September 30.
Noisey Staff
7.6.16
Objectively Correct Lists

11 Albums That Didn't Live Up to the Hype

Everyone can't be great all the time.
Noisey Staff
11.14.15
The Score

Listening Hard: 25 Years of 'Pump Up The Volume'

We spoke to everyone involved in the making of the film that inspired critics and popularized Christian Slater.
Cam Lindsay
8.24.15
Deep Ass Questions

New England vs. Seattle: Who Will Win the Super Bowl (of Music)?

Determine who will win Super Bowl XLIX by voting for which team has the best music.
Luke O'Neil
1.30.15
Longreads Or Whatever

Your Favorite Bands Wouldn't Exist Without the Shoegaze Scene: Observations from the 'Beautiful Noise' Documentary

They didn’t sell a lot of records, but everyone who heard them started a band.”
12.21.14
Deep Ass Questions

Why Do Bands Love to Make "Fish Out of Water" Videos? Even Kim Deal Is Down in Her Latest Clip

Check out a slew of our favorite examples of this music video trope.
Kim Kelly
11.20.14
Objectively Correct Lists

The 123 Worst Musicians of All Time

From AC/DC to Zappa, these are the “artists” who have ruined music.
Noisey Staff
8.27.14
we saw this

I Went to Bogotá in Colombia For Festival Estéreo Picnic and Danced For Days

Noisey ditched North America for South to eat endless empanadas, catch up with Julian Casablancas backstage, get winded while dancing to Phoenix, and find out more about Colombia's music scene.
Kim Taylor Bennett
4.21.14
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