The 18-year-old sings atmospheric bedroom pop in his deep, melancholic drawl.
The band's new album is a beautiful, melancholic record.
Doughboyz Cashout have been Detroit's foremost street rap crew for nearly half a decade. Has their moment to go national finally arrived?
Al-Namrood have never played a live show, because it could result in the entire band being executed.
Woah, maybe. We wouldn't be surprised.
Toke up, relieve yourself of all cultural pressure to "chill," and listen to some excellent, angry music.
Daktyl is one of Mad Decent's star artists, cooking up killer electronic music that shifts from reflective ambient to bed-breaking sexy R&B to tasteful club banger at the drop of a hat.
The frontwoman talks about going into exile for a month and her band's excellent new record
The Brainfeeder artist spoke candidly about how his struggle with depersonalization disorder and mental illness influenced his sophomore album.
It's an emo record in the vein of Title Fight, and thankfully never succumbs to the sort of clichés that often befall punk bands in 2015.
"The whole thing, I think, is sick."
After 20 years of dealing with substance abuse and schizophrenia, the Nottingham rapper is finally about to release his first album.
How's this for a throwback? Every one of these animals has gone into the silent grace of eternal blackness.
SUNY Purchase, the college breeding ground for New York underground music, has spawned another great band.
The show delves deep into the worlds of New York hardcore, British 2Tone ska, and German krautrock to find how these scenes were created and how they continue to shape art, music, and culture today.
Noisey talks with mythical New York hardcore vocalist Mike Ferraro, better known as Mike Judge. Ferraro recounts his early days, unforgiving upbringing, and road toward straight-edge.
Everclear's pop-grunge twang is present on their new album, but the new songs feel a little rougher around the edges and a little more grown up.
The video for Drainolith's song "Danny Kane's Blues" is monotonous, invigorating, and a little psychedelic.
There's a reason the guy felt comfortable wearing that odious shirt to a festival. Let's change that.
Drake's performance at Coachella cemented his stature as America's greatest schmuck.
"He was one of those forces that seemed small but had the power to affect everything—a butterfly who flapped his wings and changed the music industry forever."
We spent months trying to dive inside the mind of The Strokes' frontman.
Proto-punk band Death were so ahead of the curve, it's taken us 40 years to recognize their brilliance.
He may have toured with Brand New and Taking Back Sunday, but Bonz's music is way more nuanced and interesting than you'd expect from those credentials.