Science Says Pop's Getting Sadder, We Say "Duh, Us Too"

A new study of 500,000 tracks released in the UK between 1985 and 2015 tells us that contemporary pop is all about the crybabies.
Lauren O'Neill
Holy Shit

This Sped-Up Recording of Volcanic Thunder Is the Sickest Drone Demo of 2018

20 minutes of eruption compressed into 20 seconds of sheer hell.
Kim Kelly
Important Questions Raised By...

Dear Science, Why Does Giggs Make Me Horny?

I thought it was ASMR but in reality it's more complicated than that.
Emma Garland
asking smart people about science

The Science Behind Why You Keep Smashing Replay on That One Song

I have a legitimate problem with repeat listens, so I called a music professor and brain scientist for answers.
Alfred Maddox
Noisey News

Science Says Regularly Attending Concerts Makes You Happier

If science says so, it must be true.
Lauren O'Neill
Nosiey News

There's Now a Nasty, Prehistoric Crocodile Named After Lemmy

Lemmysuchus was named by Dr Lorna Steel, a Motörhead fan who is definitely a real person.
Alex Robert Ross
Internet Exploring

Here You Go Dorks, Here's Your Goddamn FLAC for iPhones

Of course you won't be satisfied, you people are never satisfied.
Phil Witmer

In a Huge Plot Twist, Country Music Is Full of Drug References

Contrary to your mother's concerns, rap mentions drugs the least out of any genre, according to a new study.
Andrea Domanick
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Here's a Brief Conversation Between Bill Nye and Tyler, The Creator

You can also hear snippets of Tyler's new theme for 'Bill Nye Saves the World.'
Alex Robert Ross
Noisey News

A Shrimp Species Has Been Named After Pink Floyd Because It Yells Louder than a Rock Concert, Man

Introducing: Synalpheus pinkfloydi.
Lauren O'Neill
Holy Shit

The Encephalophone Is a Real Instrument You Can Play with Your Mind

Researchers at the University of Washington have found that it may also help treat neurological problems.
Andrea Domanick
Holy Shit

This Machine Learned to Choreograph by Watching Dance Dance Revolution

In the future, there is only one kind of dance: The Robot.
Andrea Domanick