Post-apocalyptic wasteland, devoid of any culture or life aside from a basketball-playing Godzilla rip-off? Check. Tiny rocket cruising through the far depths of space before getting hit by some kind of space garbage? Yep.
The band's original drummer talks memory, mourning, and Manchester.
The Saddle Creek punk artist teamed up with the video group to make demented, seizure-inducing visuals for his song "Manufactured Crisis Control."
If Cat Power and Liza Minnelli's gay dad gave birth to a pale sex god, he would probably look and sound like Perfume Genius, a.k.a. Mike Hadreas.
Sometimes, all you need is a good old-fashioned blues groove and some cock-rock vocals.
The former America's Got Talent finalist is selling out shows across the country and dealing with the pressures of fame for the first time.
Forget Slayer vs Metallica, we asked the more important question, the Color Morale or Icon For Hire?
The musician performed the track live at the BRIT Awards, featuring Allan Kingdom and a giant flamethrower.
The new teaser for Mr. Wonderful shows what might happen if Action decided to make an album full of ballads produced by Danny Tamberelli (Little Pete from Pete & Pete, Michael's annoying ass son, Jimmy, from GTA V).
"I embrace change. Sometimes it can be hard to see, but it's the way life is. You gotta embrace it, or you're gonna be a bitter old man, you know?"
The Creators Project spoke with Xavier Veilhan about meeting the robots, sculpting Rick Rubin's beard, and his new double exhibition, Music, which opens this week at Galerie Perrotin.
In lieu of releasing a string of mediocre music videos filled with awkward plots and lip synching, Dirty Dishes filmed themselves playing through a few tracks at Hanging Horse Studio in Massachusetts.
"I remember being prepared for anything at age 7, and that shaped my early opinion on white society. I had to challenge that opinion as I got older when I started traveling the world."
An informed chat between two generations of techno enthusiasts.
In episode seven of Noisey Atlanta, host Thomas Morton enters Makonnen's strange world, which is driven by peace, love, and mushrooms.
The new video for "Waterbed" is sulty and sexy, splicing vocalist Anthony Fammia with mood-lit vignettes of a model showered in colorful waves.
This video, for Tower II's song "Hustle and Starve," features rappers Czarquan and Shogun Ack making great use of low-key lighting as they mob around New York City.
Her most recent EP quotes Judith Butler's gender theory, calls out racial discrimination in the labor market, and more or less suggests for a feminist revolution.
"I think opera's a great way to come to terms with things that scare us."
For adventurous concert-goers, Jukely Unlimited offers all-you-can-see concerts at a decent price. The catch? It's mostly bands you've never heard of.
"All parents fuck up. You'll fuck up. I'll fuck up. Fuck it. Show your children unconditional love throughout their life no matter what and I have faith they will return it."
Goblins, muppets, skinheads, and other odd characters appear in these gems.
Doom metal is a careful and meticulous art, and Warhorse did it right.
Rich Boy might no longer be rich and no longer a boy, but he's certainly a man. And that's something nobody can take away from him.