Shea Serrano's new book has a foreword written by Ice-T, so there's no way the fully-illustrated, 36-chapter year-by-year analysis of rap's most significant songs will suck.
A security researcher's life depends on a device that's connected to the internet, and could be hacked.
Nicaraguan musicians with a social message simply can't afford to stop playing.
What is our existence but one long build-up to the low-hanging realization that "the drop" will never come?
Launching their efforts on Kickstarter, MANANA hopes to combine Cuba's rich musical legacy with modern electronic music—reconnecting citizens to the wider world on their own terms.
In this episode of Noisey Raps, Noisey travels to Paterson, New Jersey to meet the year's breakout hitmaker.
Boutique festivals are flourishing in Europe. But in the US, there's little middle ground between secret warehouse parties and EDM clusterfucks.
To help you prepare for the three days of darkness the festival will bring over London, the organizers sent us this exclusive preview mix.
She also addresses the beef between Drake and Meek Mill for the first time.
Did Michael Jackson fake his own death and pursue a career in children's entertainment? Is Taylor Swift the new Princess Diana?
"Bringing Israeli and Arabian people together and letting them dance to Arabian music in an Israeli club literally lets you feel how something is changing right before your eyes." —Asaf Samuel
Will he answer questions about SWISH? What about the GOOD Music EP? The "Piss On Your Grave" video? His plans with Apple? Watch here and find out.
For a week or so, Ward was a true internet icon, with over 50,000 people tuning into a livestream of his flute recital. But what happens when the buzz starts to die?
2b2t is billed as the largest, longest-running unaltered server in the game, a fantastical world of full possibility and horror, equal parts Rivendell and Mordor.
Melody is protected—sound itself is not.
It was somehow not that problematic.
Metal, karaoke, and belly flops under the blazing Caribbean sun.
Chvrches singer Lauren Mayberry's flawless response to a concert catcall illuminates the struggle of women in music against sexism.
We spoke to the legendary Robert Hood about God, techno, and his incendiary Floorplan project.
Grant McPhee is the man behind a new film exploring Scotland's music scene in the 1970s called The Sound of Young Scotland.
A photo of Anthony Fantano (The Needle Drop) was used in a report about Umpqua Community College shooter Chris Harper Mercer.
With the sequel to his acclaimed album Anxiety, Autre Ne Veut tries to be unpredictable in the age of the internet.
Listen to their new song "Eraser" and read our interview with frontman Claudio Sanchez.
The Syrian musician continues to use his art as a bridge between Eastern and Western cultures, and his latest album Bahdeni Nami is a elegant addition to his body of work.