"Borders what's up with that? Politics what's up with that?"
Toronto's cutest internet-culture artist collective asked us to stay the night.
Tryptophan and clubbing don't mix.
The 23-year-old opening act of Grimes' Rhinestone Cowgirl tour sounds off on her sickly sweet sounds and why it's important to be open about female sexuality.
Did college student Kane Robinson deserve his sentence, the harshest ever for music piracy in the UK?
Cleveland's rap scene has always had its shortcomings, but some new hubs for music are trying to change that.
Old punks never die, they just play a little slower.
In an electrifying career reorientation, Future showed why he deserves a place in the rap canon this year.
Systemic oppression exists by dehumanizing the pieces that don't fit. But what better proof is there of our humanity, that we're alive, than our ability to dream? Five years ago, on MBDTF, West dreamed bigger than most.
A new THUMP-produced film by director Wills Glasspiegel shines a light on the dancers whose feet do the work.
CL is a symbol of the global pop golden age to come. We talk to the Seoul-born superstar about her upcoming solo LP. Hello bitches indeed.
And it was perfect.
For those who've felt the pains of society's razor sharp cookie-cutter, Bowie is a beacon.
The neighborhood licensing committee banned The Coronet from hosting "urban/house music" after a 15-man brawl last weekend.
Almost 30 years since their inception, and Blur are still one of Britain's best bands. Don't argue with us on this one. Thanks.
As he prepares to drop his second adidas Originals collaboration and sophomore solo album, we catch up with hip-hop's lord of darkness about all things street, sound, and style.
"Blackstar" comes from David Bowie's upcoming record of the same name, out in January.
In 2015, it's not unusual for a record label to sign an artist, and immediately remove every single thing they've ever done.
"We are planning to release a lot of disturbing videos next year, we hope that you will not like them."
There's a low cost for high fidelity.
This summer Noisey followed Skepta as he embarked on a sold out tour of the East Coast and Canada. What happened was very spiritual and very crunchy.
The techno-pop masterpiece turns five years old this month—here's how it helped me survive my big break-up.
"There are many girls in LA that have had a taste of the Dolla."
"People around the world are not boycotting Israel because they think it is the only racist and oppressive regime in the world, but because they are responding to a call from Palestinians."