Before the Islamic Revolution in the 1979, Iran was a musical hotbed that mixed east and west. Now a new generation of young electronic producers are rising up and carrying the torch.
Lock Mariah Carey out of your home this Christmas.
The rise in popularity of Beats 1 and independent stations like Rinse, NTS, and Radar shows just how much we still desire a human touch over algorithm-curated playlists.
On 'Awaken My Love!' Donald Glover reckons with fatherhood, but the music is less interesting than the circumstances.
The death toll from the Ghost Ship fire is currently at 36 and expected to rise.
We talked to the Metallica drummer about skipping school, wearing white leather, and the problem with young people.
From Daft Punk and Deadmau5 to Altern 8 and Marshmello.
Before Miley's 'Wrecking Ball' there were Christina's chaps.
Watch the premiere of the video for "Stand Up / Stand N Rock" and sign the petition urging President Obama to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Cover story: With their third album, Woman, the Parisian hellraisers return to the church of their imagination.
Noisey went to Creation Music Festival in Pennsylvania to catch a glimpse of what goes on inside the bubble of Christian music.
Ten years later, it can still be a dense, disquieting listen, but it's a masterpiece on its own terms.
A night in London with Yusuf/Cat Stevens, an artist whose 50 year career of preaching peace and love feels more necessary than ever.
This posh party in Windsor sounds like a lot.
With its blend of funk, social themes, and unapologetic blackness, 'Dangerous' said as much about its star as it did society.
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We're here because we had our first kiss at a blue-light disco to Kasey Chambers' "Not Pretty Enough" and we never want that moment to be over.
Mark Archer of Altern 8 lifts the lid on the hedonistic, unplanned career of the merry pranksters of rave.
In a year where conversation around mental health has vastly improved, we're stepping backwards if we don't learn from past mistakes.
We attended Pete Doherty's opening show to reflect on a city changed, but defiant.
"None of my shit's at that BPM or anywhere around it."
In its nine years of existence, the beloved torrent tracker embodied the utopian possibilities of crowdsourcing.
We spoke to the often controversial Metallica drummer about the band's hard-charging new album, the dangers of staying frozen in time, and death.
Forty years after "New Rose", we sat down with Dave Vanian of The Damned to dissect subculture, originality, and why punk is better off dead.