Fire officials estimate 25 people were still missing by Saturday night, with the city's mayor describing the fire as "an immense tragedy".
With their third album, 'Woman,' the Parisian hellraisers return to the church of their imagination.
How dance musicians find their identities by losing themselves.
This posh party in Windsor sounds like a lot.
With its blend of funk, social themes, and unapologetic blackness, 'Dangerous' said as much about its star as it did society.
In a year where conversation around mental health has vastly improved, we're stepping backwards if we don't learn from past mistakes.
Come this way for a drunken conversation about his childhood crushes, turning 30 and how he accidentally became a 12-year-old Mormon weed dealer.
One year ago, this Paris venue was the epicentre of the worst attack on French soil since World War II. Now reopened and reinvigorated, we attended Pete Doherty's show to reflect on a city changed but defiant.
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How two boxes of journals became a punk rock memoir.
We spoke to the often controversial Metallica drummer about the band's hard-charging new album, the dangers of staying frozen in time, and death.
Forty years after "New Rose", we sat down with Dave Vanian of The Damned to dissect subculture, originality, and why punk is better off dead.
Ad-Rock spoke at a rally at Adam Yauch Park in Brooklyn Heights after it was vandalised with swastikas and the words "GO TRUMP."
The agreement is allegedly based on a series of criteria the club will have to meet, including 32 new licensing conditions.
"Would I have sex with a robot? Nah. Too many nice human birds about for that"
How one artist, pigeonholed as an "urban" artist, issued a wake-up call at the NZ Music Awards.
All the things you can talk about without ever mentioning Donald Trump.
A statement from the Noisey editors.
Hip-hop was made for times like these. So I asked my students to write some bars and express the way they feel about our new president. It was not pretty.
Leonard Cohen's musical catalog was robust and full of classics—but his literary work was no less essential to understanding his art.
Write the songs. Buy the albums. Then hit the streets.
Welcome to a world where reality is left at the door.
'Later... with Jools Holland' is like seeing your dad drunk for the first time.
"What I would like to see is a scholarly edition of his poems," says the author of a new book on Sun Ra. "I think they're worthy of that treatment..."