Ahead of the Toronto outfit's upcoming LP, Katie Stelmanis shares an hour of Mexican rancheras, European club beats, and Canadian indigenous music.
Desus and Mero give their hot take on Bieber's sad dance moves.
America Is Dying Slowly was hip-hop's first benefit album about HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention, making it a landmark moment for education.
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.
A growing number of cities are appointing "night mayors" to address after-dark issues, but not everybody's on-board.
Ten years later, it can still be a dense, disquieting listen, but it's a masterpiece on its own terms.
After all, what is more punk than a well-oiled press campaign for a shit bonfire only attended by bored journalists?
Eleven years later, we caught up with the former American radio DJ and Australian university manager behind Dean Gray's 'American Edit.'
In their first joint interview, co-founders Berhard Behles and Robert Henke look back at Ableton's roots in Berlin's 90s techno scene and its impact on electronic music.
From speaking on growing up without a father, homelessness, and being taken advantage of, The Weeknd has revealed more on one verse on Starboy than any of his prior albums.
The American accordionist and composer influenced generations of artists with her "Deep Listening" philosophy and writings.
With its blend of funk, social themes, and unapologetic blackness, 'Dangerous' said as much about its star as it did society.
The German photographer on working with Frank Ocean, Brexit, and why he's not surprised by a Trump presidency.
With opioid-related deaths on the rise across Canada, here's what clubs and festivals are doing to fight back.
Listen to the cathartic 20-track Young Slime Season featuring beats from Brodinski, Ryan Hemsworth, Myth Syzer, and more.
Toronto DJ and producer Coins' Daft Science is such a no-brainer we can't believe somebody didn't think of it sooner.
"Would I have sex with a robot? Nah. Too many nice human birds about for that"
After arriving an hour and a half late, West played three songs before dropping the mic. Most of his set involved a wide-ranging speech.
The powerhouse vocalist and leader of the Dap-Kings died Friday following a heroic battle with pancreatic cancer.
I'm going to do my best to write about some issues that are happening right now, and my hope is to bring a bunch of us back to a place where we can talk. Deal?
From the bone-rattling techno of their earliest experiments to the maximalist pop they make now, we dug into the entirety of the android duo's discography.
Ahead of the Ottawa group's North American tour, 2oolman discusses the state of Indigenous resistances across the continent.
From Alice Coltrane to a 70s Polish symphony, the Montreal artists share some of their favourite albums.