A new book documents the people keeping the Australian punk scene alive.
In the first episode, Noisey joins members of Agnostic Front, Title Fight, Youth of Today, Incendiary, and more to find out how hardcore changed their lives.
To call Ronnie Stone and the Lonely Riders a "band" would be a disservice, and to label what they do "performance art" would be misleading. Just listen to their new single and get lost in their leather-studded world.
The band's new album is a thoughtfully self-conscious throwback to the psych eras of yesteryear.
They've hooked in Ms Dynamite and Ninjaman this time, too.
The self-professed Underground Queen has almost single-handedly pioneered the genre, started her own record label Amen4Tekno and made it as a transgender underground artist in a predominantly cis-male dominated scene.
Al-Namrood have never played a live show, because it could result in the entire band being executed.
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.
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.
An inside glance at how the best night of your life actually happened.
As Blur prepare to release "The Magic Whip", their first album as a four piece since 1999, guitarist Graham Coxon sits down with producer and long-term collaborator Stephen Street.
After 20 years MCing, the Nottingham rapper is finally about to release his first album, which has already been called "the definitive British hip-hop album".
The brew even comes with an eye-rollingly sexist (and hilariously untrue) tagline that implies its necessity: "Guys can tell if a girl is taking collagen or not."
The video for Drainolith's song "Danny Kane's Blues" is monotonous, invigorating and a little psychedelic.
Press play on this exclusive new remix of Skepta's "Shutdown", by Preditah.
Probably not, no. Unless you're Noel Gallagher's accountant.
We celebrate the sickest bit of software ever.
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.
Proto-punk band Death were so ahead of the curve, it's taken us 40 years to recognise their brilliance.
Take a break from all that ear-assaulting music and put on something that's actually pleasant to listen to.
We asked our international offices for the lowdown on their local Eurovision entrants.
This song isn't just a pissing contest of guitar technique. It's packed full of emotional chaos.
Two university researchers have released a study confirming that people can't distinguish between some chords as they get older.