New music

Kanye West and Kid Cudi’s 'KIDS SEE GHOSTS' Is Here

The long-awaited seven-song collaboration is here. Listen now.
Alex Robert Ross
New music

Forth Wanderers' Sub Pop Debut Is Damn Good, and You Can Stream It Now

The New Jersey five-piece's Sub Pop debut rules. Listen to it now so your friends will think you're cool.
Alex Robert Ross
New music

Stream Hop Along's 'Bark Your Head Off, Dog' (Finally)

The Philly-based indie rock band's follow-up to 2015's 'Painted Shut' is an ambitious and intricate record that will, for good reason, end up on every end-of-year list.
Alex Robert Ross
New music

Stream 2Chainz's New EP, 'The Play Don't Care Who Makes It,'

Tity Boi just surprise released a new four song EP Thursday night.
Kristin Corry

Stream Trapped Under Ice's First Album in Six Years

The hardcore band, whose members play in Turnstile and Angel Du$t, are back with 'Heatwave.'
Tim Scott
Noisey News

Benjamin Booker's 'Witness' Is Now Available to Stream in Full

The rock 'n' roll singer's second full-length is over at NPR before it's released on June 2.
Alex Robert Ross
Noisey News

Bob Dylan Gives Rare, Brilliant Interview, Shares a Third of 'Triplicate'

He talked about his 38th studio album, rock 'n' roll, and his love for Amy Winehouse and The Stereophonics.
Alex Robert Ross
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Stream of the Crop: 7 New Albums for Heavy Rotation 3/18

New albums from Depeche Mode, Spoon, ANOHNI, and, yeah, Pitbull make this week's list.
Noisey Staff

Listen to 'Chalice Hymnal' - Grails' First LP in Six Years

It's gnarly, cerebral, ominous, cinematic, vast, and strange.
Noisey Staff
Holy Shit

Good News at Last! You Can Now Listen to The xx's Beautiful New Single

Plus, all the details surrounding their forthcoming new album.
Lauren O'Neill
Internet Exploring

Need Music to Help You Focus on Very Important Things? The 'Stranger Things' Soundtrack Is Now Online

Let these foreboding 80s synths marinate your Friday brain.
Noisey Staff
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Tune In Right Now to Watch Governors Ball Live on LNTV

Catch all your favorites, including Father John Misty and Jamie XX, from the comfort of your own couch.
John Hill