For those who've felt the pains of society's razor sharp cookie-cutter, Bowie is a beacon.
As he prepares to drop his second adidas Originals collaboration and sophomore solo album, we catch up with hip-hop's lord of darkness about all things street, sound, and style.
The neighborhood licensing committee banned The Coronet from hosting "urban/house music" after a 15-man brawl last weekend.
Almost 30 years since their inception, and Blur are still one of Britain's best bands. Don't argue with us on this one. Thanks.
"Blackstar" comes from David Bowie's upcoming record of the same name, out in January.
THUMP hosted a panel with Honey Dijon, Discwoman, and other powerful women in music during BEMF—here's what happened.
In 2015, it's not unusual for a record label to sign an artist, and immediately remove every single thing they've ever done.
"We are planning to release a lot of disturbing videos next year, we hope that you will not like them."
This summer Noisey followed Skepta as he embarked on a sold out tour of the East Coast and Canada. What happened was very spiritual and very crunchy.
The techno-pop masterpiece turns five years old this month—here's how it helped me survive my big break-up.
"There are many girls in LA that have had a taste of the Dolla."
"In a terrible world, I think music is a tool no different from religion to get through difficult times."
"By calling for a boycott of Israel, Palestinians are only asking you not to help Israel oppress them."
The Brooklyn-based producer's sixth album is full of pubescent shape-shifting and horror movie flashbacks.
Three days on the road with America's greatest living punk band.
We catch up with Missy about the state of the music industry, her impact on popular culture, and working with Pharrell.
Halfway through making their last LP, Benjamin Curtis passed away from cancer. We talk to Alejandra Deheza about past lives, love, and moving through grief into the light.
When People's Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm was released, he was living with his grandma, hitting up roller skating rinks, and hanging out at The Music Factory in Queens.
The Pink Floyd mastermind has a new documentary and plenty to say about the state of the world.
Ibiza is evolving from a party destination to a playground for the wealthy elites—and its nightlife is feeling the growing pains.
The debut album from the Berlin-based musician mixes voices against tyranny with hip-hop beats.
Meet the woman behind all of those experimental shows you keep finding yourself witnessing at Manhattan Inn.
Hopscotch, a new experimental opera in Los Angeles, bends every convention of what you thought an "opera" should be—and that's exactly why I liked it.
Hailing from Seoul, South Korea, Keith Ape made hip-hop history with the international hit "It G Ma." In this episode of Noisey Raps, we follow him and his crew as they get to know the US.