Noisey premieres the abstract video for the 'Gore' opener and it's a visual every bit as transfixing.
In the wake of 2013's Euromaidan protests, the youth of Ukraine is rebuilding its home through techno.
We spoke to a few hip-hop artists to get their perspectives on depression, suicide, and the music they've dedicated their lives to.
"They didn't even send us the song. It was just played to us over the phone during a meeting."
The band's first single "Trump for America," is a collage of patriotic clichés, including a sample of children reciting the Pledge of Allegiance.
The prolific Bird returns with his latest LP Are You Serious—an exercise in balance, emotion, and levity without ever dumbing down.
The Los Angeles veteran discusses influencing Dr. Dre and his latest 80s compilation on Stones Throw Records.
Watch the internet sensations' new video for DBSB and get ready for their upcoming debut album.
"Some days are harder than others, but overall it's still a very fun process, just sitting together with your friends and making noise and making songs out of that noise."
An afternoon at Yoga of Bass's Sound Healing event made my legs fall asleep.
The 21-year-old is an example of what R&B of the future will look like.
"If somebody tries to sue me, I'll just make another one about the First Amendment."
Hailee Steinfeld has better luck with her crushes' moms than her crushes.
The world has lost one of its most iconic voices and songwriters, and all we've got to soothe the pain are the man's own recordings. And his ghost.
A building packed with hip-hop royalty gave the Five Foot Assassin a tearful sendoff.
The Hag is gone, but never forgotten. Rest in peace.
The boundary-pushing rapper discusses Missed Calls, moving on from The Love Project, and a new era of music.
Avicii's retirement feels like the end of an era, but the real question is what's ended—and what is yet to come.
On the heels of a new album and ahead of entering the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the legendary guitarist gives a career-spanning interview.
"The Kooks were the missing link between Razorlight and McFly."
How 15th Century chorales and digital narratives inspired the Canadian musician's latest album, Love Streams.
The Ronettes lead singer defined the pop landscape of the 60s, before falling into the clutches of the notoriously controlling Phil Spector. Decades on, she's still creating pop magic—and all with her signature beehive intact.
Goofin' Drones takes J.S. Aurelius's background in programming and affinity for noise and makes a statement against "death by remote control."
The 67-year-old soul singer reflects on life with his new album Changes and outlines a vision for more soul music with morals.