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.
"I will not take back the TRUTH."
We tracked down the nascent label's boss to explain its noir aesthetic, boogie-inspired releases, and why we're attracted to the unknown.
Artist Scott Marsh responded as most people would: he doubled the price and asked for a lifetime supply of Yeezys.
In a rare interview since the surprise release of Mr. Misunderstood this past November, we talk extensively with one of country music's biggest stars.
The best heavy metal band in the world played New York City's most hallowed venue last night, and it was absolutely incredible.
Last weekend, I reunited with hundreds of old-school heads to say goodbye to Fever, a rave that changed the rest of our lives.
My body hasn't been ready ever since.
Obonjan promises to be a sustainable paradise for DJs, live music, and wellness.
The former Moldy Peaches singer has created his own version of the Disney film and this song from his soundtrack is all about awkwardness of a three-way.
Then i-D follows a group of trans women who represent New York's first trans modeling agency.
In three years this Brooklyn trio turned from teens to 20-somethings to one of the buzziest bands of the year.
Forget about the personal shame and regrettable late-night texts. Instead, learn about the how and why.
The Toronto band put themselves through hell to make their outrageously good sophomore album. Watch the first video on Noisey.
Nothing in your paltry, grayscale existence will ever compare to the two hours of ready-made transcendence served up by Martin Garrix on an island in the Danube in the halcyon summer of 2015.
The Webster Hall show may have been one of the hottest concert tickets anywhere, but anyone in line for a reunion has officially lost their edge.
"She asked me what I was doing there the days after Coachella," he recalls. "I said 'I'm cleaning those toilets, that's what I'm doing here."
"Sometimes someone will get in the DJ booth to ask me if they can suck me off while I'm spinning."
Against Me!'s Laura Jane Grace explains why she decided to title her memoir TRANNY.
The terrifyingly intense singer, pianist, and artist talks rape culture, Ornette Coleman, and Yoko Ono ahead of her upcoming performances at Roadburn and NYC's Red Bull Music Academy.
Frontman Jordan Blilie talks the supergroup's new single and making hardcore in 2016.
Remembering that time when Underworld's "Born Slippy" helped set the stage for the 90s dance music moment.
"Trying to get my metallic fart guitar sound onto a Taylor Swift song would be pretty awesome."