John Roberts documented the Bay Area's pre-AIDS, post-Hippie era, but until recently he thought all of his photos had been lost forever.
Something about London lends itself to these catchy beats. Maybe it's the weather.
All of this is happening extremely fast, and you might be wondering exactly what the hell is going on in the mighty YMCMB empire. We're here to explain.
Following the release of his first LP, he's contemplating the relevance of the album and how long another one is going to take.
The song on its own could easily be a straight-up club banger, but the video brings out its bizarro trip-hop weirdness.
"I use stress as a motivator... I was like, 'Oh I can get anything done at the last minute.' But then I realized that I was addicted to the feeling."
Yes, Views from Zone 6 is a play on Drake's upcoming album Views from the 6. Yes, that's Lil B who's trading bars with Gucci over an insane Mike Will beat. Yes, it actually features Chief Keef and Andy Milonakis on the same damn track.
This time last year, she was applying for waitressing jobs. Now she's about to release her fifth album, Short Movie, We went to her house to snoop at her stuff and find out where she's been for the last two years.
THUMP gets deep with one of dance music's true visionaries.
In episode six of Noisey Atlanta, host Thomas Morton enters the world (and outlandish home) of 2 Chainz, one of the biggest rappers alive.
Promoters are getting ever more competitive when it comes to shouting about their events, and it's causing a massive headache for the University of Leeds.
This dude who sits next to me is in a band, and he's been looking for a site to premiere a tune. I said, "If only you worked at a multibillion-dollar media company where all your co-workers liked your music and were totally cool with nepotism!"
Lend an ear to the new single off of Fuck, That's Delicious host Action Bronson's upcoming album, Mr. Wonderful.
Our shopkeeper – an industry expert – told us the move had been confirmed in a newsletter sent to stockists.
The groups of English dudes blowing their gaskets on coke and molly at Berghain share DNA with the day glo bros at Electric Daisy Carnival. Even when heavy hitters are spinning seriously deep sets, far too many people are just there to party.
Wiener Records, an offshoot of garage rock label Burger Records, is allowing anyone with a couple hundred bucks to get a record deal.
Unlike the actual LAPD, Ryan Pollie's work is thoughtfully nuanced and slow, much of it about the fleeting security of love.
Country has produced a new crop of superstars and surpassed rock in terms of self-described American fans. We sent a country-loving Yankee to the CMAs, and Nashville couldn't care less.
The structure of every sex party set is the same, complete with a ramp-up, climax, and a finish that will hopefully jive with the room's overall sexual rhythm.
It's a reminder that rap can experiment with old tastes and patterns without being derivative.
For ten years, thousands of people thought they "knew" Katelin McMillian. Turns out the Dutch-Scottish model and international DJ star never existed.
Metalheads and rockers congregate here to worship Jesus Christ, who is reimagined on the church's pamphlets as riding a Harley.
Nearly three years after Shrines' release, the band have answered with a successor that will put eager minds at ease.
Stop hating America for a second and put this in your ears.