Khan El Rouh's achingly beautiful productions speak to the power of electronic music as a form of resistance to oppression.
The Brooklyn producer's song is just as well-suited to sex as it is to chain-smoking and wondering how things got so messed up.
For the second installment of Noisey's Teen Time!, they forced a 16-year-old to learn about the 80s.
The Death Row Record mogul appears to have run a guy over with his truck after an argument at a Los Angeles burger joint.
The Back from the Grave compilations are like Picasso's Guernica or a perfect sausage and peppers hero—you just can't fuck with them.
Why do music industry awards shows regularly ignore albums and artists beloved by knowledgeable music fans? Here are a few theories.
Noisey talked to the pop star about the new documentary on the Backstreet Boys and his impending zombie horror Western movie.
The band's spastic, demented, synth-heavy sound encapsulates all the insanity that is 2015.
From partying all the time to putting things in your butt.
Who popularized the health food store, organics, farm fresh produce, and the grow-your-own movement? Deadheads, that's who.
New Orleans rapper K. Gates first hit it big in 2009 with "Black and Gold," the unofficial theme for the Saints football franchise. But these days, he's getting confused for rapper Kevin Gates—and Kevin Gates's odd sex life.
So it finally happened: Tom Delonge of Blink-182 finally quit the band. Then he hadn't. Then he had. It was all a bit confusing. Here's a history of his other weird antics.
With a North American tour and parties in Ibiza under his belt, Black Coffee is fighting for South African artists to be recognized beyond the reductive "world music" label.
Pour yourself a chalice of Mountain Dew Code Red, pop some pizza rolls into the oven, and LARP the night away.
In the latest excerpt from 33⅓ in-depth album reviews, Scottish novelist Alan Warner remembers kraut rock group Can's 1971 record and an era of young men obsessing over vinyl.
Just two dudes in a back alley, rappin' their asses off, looking like superheroes. What else did you expect?
A lot of artists try to escape the shittiness of human existence with their music, but Philadelphia MC Ryshon Jones wallows in it with his new track "What iDesire, iProtect."
Guv-tears, Guv-fam, Guv-life, now Guv-withdrawal.
While most LA punk bands were jumping around and whining about Reagan, Saccharine Trust were digging deeper, both musically and lyrically. The band is still going strong today, I called up Baiza to talk about his career and where he's at now.
Where streetwear, brunch, and future club music meet.
In episode three, Thomas Morton continues his conversation with Coach K about the origin of trap music, beginning with Young Jeezy's 2004 mixtape and the work of Gucci Mane.
Some AVN attendees are massive stars, some of them work in the porn industry, and some of them are just regular people who came to Vegas to have a good time. But they can agree on one thing: Music is fucking dope.
Nearly a year after signing a deal with dance music titan SFX Entertainment, Simon Cowell's upcoming reality show about DJs has found a home at Yahoo Screen.
UK venues have already started banning the tech novelty, but should the US do the same?