A little taster of what to expect if you're going along this weekend.
Is there anything more we can learn from Britain's illegal rave scene, or is it just another generation of kids taking drugs and dancing?
We spoke to the writer behind a new book that argues famous music rivalries were about much more than drunken VMA speeches or Noel Gallagher's big mouth.
The Chicago rapper's new mixtape marches to its own beat.
Too many black men feel unable to speak about mental health. But by talking about his own, Isaiah Rashad's music helped me understand there's no template to being who I am.
Despite moral panic and tabloid witch hunts, mainstream emo threw a mirror up to what has long been overlooked in society: that kids need help, and they should be taken seriously.
Like so many musicians, Willis Earl Beal and Clare Maguire both signed life-changing recording contracts, but neither were were prepared for quite how life-changing they would be.
"When the police come down, the police aren't in charge, we're in charge."
His story seemed all too tragically familiar. A child who found huge fame at an unfathomably early age, and seemed to spend the rest of their teens and twenties trying to cope with the aftermath.
It affects 75 percent of musicians, contributes to drug addiction and alcoholism, and can end careers. Why aren't more people talking about performance anxiety?
Half of Britain's clubs have shut down in the past decade. So what's replaced them?
On this episode of The People Vs., the chief Sadboy sits down and faces the comments for the first time.
In our first animated film we meet two musicians who found fame and fortune in the UK indie scene of the early 2000's.
"When you're manic," explains Patrick Stickles from Titus Andronicus, "it can be dangerous to have a lot of people respond to it positively."
The bath, where my suicide attempt took place, was the only place I felt comfortable. I would perch my laptop on a chair, and replay the same song until the rest of me reached saturation point.
We spoke with British-born, California-raised singer Anohni, one of only two trans women artists ever to be nominated for an Academy Award, about her soon-to-be released fifth album, Hopelessness.
This weekend, the streets of the Swedish capital were filled with people dressed like the Mad Hatter on a drunken, nationalist binge.
Introducing a new series on Noisey.
It includes a very wild Rihanna impersonation.
Strippers and strip club DJs have an influential taste-making ability in hip-hop. In our new series, Striptique, we test out tunes at the club to hear which ones make exotic dancers want to move.
We studied the band's high school years to piece together the teenage lives of Danzig, Doyle, and Jerry Only.
"In the way David Bowie was for white kids, Prince was for black kids."
Soho, Studio 54, and the birth of British club culture
When promotional stunts backfire...