Anti-Beyoncé protesters were severely outnumbered by anti-anti-Beyoncé protesters, cops, and reporters.
We talked to the London quartet about the Devil, their new album Adore Life, and why it's so hard to let ourselves be loved.
Listen to "Scraper," the first song off their forthcoming album, A New Wave of Violence.
In the first part of our new documentary Noisey Bompton, we sit down with Kendrick Lamar to talk about his acclaimed albums and get to know his childhood friend Lil L.
The academy's recognition of Lamar was both a departure from its historically vanilla taste and yet another affirmation of it.
We rounded up 41 of our favorite people to write reviews of Kanye's new album and put them all in one spot so you never have to click on another 'TLOP' link again.
Emma Parkinson learned to love music again at a Tame Impala concert last month.
Being $53 million in debt is a big deal, but did Kanye just get a nasty credit card bill and freak out?
Payola has been around as long as the record business and has long been an accepted, open secret.
Included on last year's collaborative album Kneedelus, the thrilling instrumental was part of an overarching comment on technological singularity via a near-seamless integration of acoustic and electronic musical elements.
There are much more crafty, interesting ways to be provocative than by trolling victims of rape, or attacking Taylor Swift or Amber Rose.
The Kuwait-raised producer's second LP takes on police brutality and authoritarianism in America.
T-Pain answers your questions about love, moving on, and telling the truth.
One man celebrates the one year anniversary of waiting for Kanye West's Wolves CDQ.
Mean Streets, Raging Bull, Goodfellas, Casino, and more demonstrate how Scorsese creates mood with specific music.
When West publicly discounts the rape accusations of more than 50 women, even I have to question whether there is something wrong with the picture he's painting.
We talked to the legend about his new project scoring "Love Mojis" with Skype, working with Kanye West, and the process of writing a song.
We spoke with the innovative composer about his Tibet House Benefit Concert, working with David Bowie, and what music might sound like in the future.
Strip club DJing is still DJing—rather than getting a dance floor heaving, the goal is to provide a fitting soundtrack for the age-old form of erotic titillation.
Abdul Wahab—better known by his stage name UK Apache—went from UK jungle raves to giving talks to young Muslims at mosques.
A conversation about the murky values of the music industry with John Seabrook, author of The Song Machine: Inside the Hit Factory.
The grandson of the original owner dreams of reopening the Dew Drop, which hosted Ray Charles, Little Richard, and other greats.
OVO Sound is excellent at the business of making Drake albums, but not yet the no-brainer star-making force up North it could be.
Jim Karygiannis thinks Justin Trudeau should investigate Bey's connection to Black Panthers. We looked into reasons to keep her out of the country.