punk

Premieres

Drahla’s Abstract Punk Songs Are Ecstatic About the Everyday

The squalls of noise in songs like "Pyramid Estate" show a band willing to dig beneath the surface.
Colin Joyce
4.9.19
Interviews

Le Butcherettes Make Art Out of Trauma and Death

"I'm just happy that we can put something together that represents our vulnerabilities and people can identify with that.”
Isabella Gomez Sarmiento
3.26.19
Premieres

Deli Girls' New Punk-Techno Track Is Shredded and Upsetting

"Abortion" is the duo's first single from a new record called 'I Don't Know How to Be Happy,' a heavy reminder of why they're one of the most exciting bands in New York right now.
Colin Joyce
2.15.19
Noisey News

Germs' Lorna Doom Has Died

The bassist for the groundbreaking West Coast punk band reportedly passed away on Wednesday afternoon.
Alex Robert Ross
1.17.19
Holy Shit

Bikini Kill Are Reuniting

Kathleen Hanna, Kathi Wilcox, and Tobi Vail will be joined by guitarist Erica Dawn Lyle for shows in New York and Los Angeles through the late spring.
Alex Robert Ross
1.15.19
New music

Rejoice, Here's a Nihilistic Love Song from PUP’s Death-Obsessed New LP

It's the first single from the Toronto punks' third studio album, 'Morbid Stuff,' due out April 5.
Alex Robert Ross
1.15.19
Holy Shit

Sleater-Kinney Are Working With St. Vincent on New Music, Oh Fuck, Oh Shit

Annie Clark is in the studio with the trio, working on the follow-up to 2015's seismic 'No Cities to Love.'
Alex Robert Ross
1.8.19
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 Guide to

The Guide to Getting Into Siouxsie and The Banshees, Dark Pop Outsiders

From punk to pop, the London band would influence a generation of artists by flouting convention and playing with public perception. Just don't call them "goth."
Liz Ohanesian
12.7.18
Premieres

Tim Presley’s New White Fence Single Is a Stunning, Sparse Left Turn

"I Have To Feed Larry's Hawk," premiering today on Noisey, is a chilly intro to the new White Fence record. We spoke to Tim Presley about San Francisco, harm reduction and the ambient suite that closes his new record.
Shaad D’Souza
12.3.18
To Hell And Back

What Does a Metalhead Wear to a Funeral?

Sometimes an all-black wardrobe is more of a curse than a blessing (plus new tunes from Blackrat, High Cost, Dropdead, and more).
Kim Kelly
11.29.18
Expert Witness with Robert Christgau

Robert Christgau on L7's Feedback-Drenched, Feminist Aggro

The Dean of American Rock Critics reviews L7's 'Fast and Frightening' and Joan Jett's 'Bad Reputation' biodoc soundtrack
Robert Christgau
11.23.18
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