The Internet reveals the suckiest Pixies covers ever. Enjoy.
Wonder Years swagger, country living, and music talk with Black Cracker.
Be one of the first to hear King Tuff's "Hole in My Head."
You changed it up and you fucked it up. Accept it.
And all you have to do to win is put on an eye patch!
Noisey is all up in SXSW on March 15.
Brass Bed cover songs from the Popeye soundtrack.
Photographer Carey Gough documents celebrity peace out spots.
As of late, words haven't really been my pal. I wrestle with them constantly and always end up huffing and puffing, stuck in a figure-four leglock.
Appleonia's "God" video features colorful action wear.
You know, I do not listen to too much modern music but there is one singer that I heard on the radio and I just had to buy her CD. It's that Adele. Man alive, can she sing.
An album that poses the question "Can the Darkmonk stop the evil global leader and his army of cyborgs?" I don't know. Can he?
Be careful MoMA and Showclix: you have made Kraftwerk fans angry.
Shit a brick! Iggy Azalea isn't the drugged up model sort we all took her for. RuPaul, you sly motherfucker, you thought you could slip this past us?
We asked HTRK to make us a playlist and now that it's here, we're considering blowing off all plans and playing it all weekend on the couch in our undies, drinking whiskey and eating something hot, exotic and possibly expensive. Jonnine S…
Delfín Quishpe is an Ecuadorian techno-folk star who became a YouTube sensation with his 2007 music video "Torres Gemelas" (Twin Towers). He also wrote a song about the trapped Chilean miners and often wears custom-made pants that have DE…
Eleven Pond is revolutionizing the jet engine and celebrity leather industries.
Team Spirit's new video involves a beachside psychedelic hellscape, complete with cartoon breasts, psychotropic ice cream, and a gigantic sloppy vagina.
Who better to review death metal legends Cannibal Corpse than shims, he-shes, & drag queens?
When I heard about the passing of Brendon Annesley, the mastermind behind the Brisbane-based "Negative Guest List" and guitar slinger/singer in Meat Thump and White Cop, I can't say I was surprised.
The inevitable raised abrasions from the slightest brush of this plant is enough for most folks to say "I don't need to have anything to do with this plant." And/or "this forest hates me."
Brass-balled bandits are stealing LA's tubas and selling them on the black market.
We hung out with them on the night he became the king of the London dubstep scene.
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