The current boom is creating lifelong fans from a new generation, and it goes beyond buying "special edition" vanilla chocolate-swirl reissues.
From disco screamers to candy-paint EDM nightmares.
The Noisey staff's favorite releases of the year.
For better or for worse, the Grammys are finally paying attention to heavy metal.
From nails-on-the-chalkboard experimental club music, to dusty house edits of 50 Cent.
On this episode of Daily VICE, the Queens hip-hop artist gives us a tour of the neighborhood he moved to from Bangladesh at the age of four.
Catching up with one of the stars of 2017, as he moves from Drake's inbox to superstardom while keeping his west London roots intact.
The death toll from the Ghost Ship fire is currently at 36 and expected to rise.
The rise in popularity of Beats 1 and independent stations like Rinse, NTS, and Radar shows just how much we still desire a human touch over algorithm-curated playlists.
We talked to the Metallica drummer about skipping school, wearing white leather, and the problem with young people.
Watch the premiere of the video for "Stand Up / Stand N Rock" and sign the petition urging President Obama to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline.
The Sailing Team member discusses collaborations with Lil Yachty and Lil Uzi Vert and shares the premiere of her video for "Sad."
Desus and Mero give their hot take on Bieber's sad dance moves.
Noisey went to Creation Music Festival in Pennsylvania to catch a glimpse of what goes on inside the bubble of Christian music.
Cover story: With their third album, Woman, the Parisian hellraisers return to the church of their imagination.
America Is Dying Slowly was hip-hop's first benefit album about HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention, making it a landmark moment for education.
How the rave scene responds to crisis is what really matters.
Ten years later, it can still be a dense, disquieting listen, but it's a masterpiece on its own terms.
The world may be a poorer place without the Purple One, but at least we'll get to celebrate his legacy with a new documentary starring a whole lot of famous people.
How dance musicians find their identities by losing themselves.
A night in London with Yusuf / Cat Stevens, an artist whose 50 year career of preaching peace and love feels more necessary than ever.
After all, what is more punk than a well oiled press campaign for a shit bonfire only attended by bored journalists?
In their first joint interview, co-founders Berhard Behles and Robert Henke look back at Ableton's roots in Berlin's 90s techno scene and its impact on electronic music.
From speaking on growing up without a father, homelessness, and being taken advantage of, The Weeknd has revealed more on one verse on Starboy than any of his prior albums.