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Bring Me the Horizon's Oli Sykes Doesn’t Care If You Love Him

From fronting a hated metalcore act to an adored stadium rock band, Sykes spoke to us about love/hate and the sixth Bring Me The Horizon album, 'amo.'
Hannah Ewens
16 hours ago
Interviews

Read Some Of Noisey's Best Interviews of 2018

From an interview with Snail Mail to a chat with Robyn, check out some of what you may have missed this year.
Noisey UK Staff
12.26.18
PROFILES

Gaelynn Lea: "Art Can Serve as a Vessel to Remind People We're Here"

The Minnesota musician speaks about accessibility in the arts, her history with the violin, and the ways that folk music can change everything.
Matt Williams
12.12.18
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Virgen María Wants to Bless You with Techno, Spirituality and Sex

We met up with the Madrid-based artist and producer to find out about her upcoming EP—and to hear why she almost always performs naked.
Gunseli Yalcinkaya
11.23.18
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L Devine Is Patiently Working to Be the UK's Next Big Pop Star

The 21-year-old's experience in the industry so far tells an interesting story about how breaking British pop acts even works.
Douglas Greenwood
11.20.18
PROFILES

Greentea Peng Makes Music to Soothe a Battered, Weary Soul

The 23-year-old's debut EP 'Sensi' feels like lying in tall grass or lighting a fat incense stick. But its calm comes from an intense time in her life.
Tshepo Mokoena
11.15.18
Longreads Or Whatever

Nothing Will Save Us

The Philadelphia underdogs are void fuckers in a time that calls for it. They rose from hardship to become one of today's most beloved cult rock bands—but they still feel misunderstood.
Zachary Lipez
11.7.18
PROFILES

Get Lost in Kelly Moran's Multi-Dimensional Piano Music

The composer and pianist, now touring in Oneohtrix Point Never's band, has a new album of more free-flowing improvisatory music called 'Ultraviolet.' It feels both personal and infinite.
Sam Goldner
11.2.18
Interviews

Mahalia Is as Clever and Warm as Her Soul-Inflected Music

We spent an afternoon with the rising Leicester-born artist before her biggest UK date so far, looking back on the year she's had.
Tshepo Mokoena
10.24.18
Interviews

Royal Headache Is Dead, Long Live Shogun

With his new project Shogun & The Sheets, the once-inscrutable frontman of the late Royal Headache is ditching all the punk and all the bullshit of his old band.
Shaad D’Souza
10.18.18
PROFILES

How Little Mix Mastered the Pop Machine in Seven Years

We spoke to the pop group about mega-fame, the #MeToo movement, and what it felt like getting a shit ton of money overnight.
Daisy Jones
10.11.18
Premieres

In the Wake of Tragedy, Stephen Steinbrink Is Flailing for Meaning

After the tragic Ghost Ship fire in December 2016, Oakland musician Stephen Steinbrink secreted himself away in a storage unit to make ‘Utopia Teased,’ an album length exposition of his “fried” headspace.
Colin Joyce
10.4.18
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