Charting M.I.A.'s rise from her small town beginnings to her role as a global force of creativity.
This electronic pop debut will carry you away.
Gwen Stefani based her look off 'Tank Girl,' plus there are cameos from Iggy Pop and Ice-T, as well as a soundtrack curated by Courtney Love—this post-apocalyptic flick is due for some dissection.
"Sometimes I Feel So Deserted" is the single off the seminal electronic duo's first studio album in five years.
In the first episode, Noisey joins members of Agnostic Front, Title Fight, Youth of Today, Incendiary, and more to find out how hardcore changed their lives.
The producer talks about falling out of love on two levels, and shares his new track "Call It Love (If You Want To)."
It's a POV-style "night with bae," complete with weed and christmas lights.
From Sub Pop to RIP Society, here are some of our picks of the best music label logos of the past 25 years.
The biggest takeaway is that trap music can help with your homework.
The band's new album is a thoughtfully self-conscious throwback to the psych eras of yesteryear.
To call Ronnie Stone and the Lonely Riders a "band" would be a disservice, and to label what they do "performance art" would be misleading. Just listen to their new single and get lost in their leather-studded world.
What do Hiatus Kaiyote, Banoffee, Chet Faker, Rat & Co, Naysayer & Gilsun, Sunbeam Sound Machine, Milwaukee Banks, Oscar Key Sung, Lower Spectrum and I'lls have in common?
The Cleveland hardcore band are back with a new record on their own Turbine Piss label.
Doughboyz Cashout have been Detroit's foremost street rap crew for nearly half a decade. Has their moment to go national finally arrived?
The band's new album is a beautiful, melancholic record.
Al-Namrood have never played a live show, because it could result in the entire band being executed.
Cool Death records has established itself as a go to for messed up and awesome Aussie punk.
For those about to dad rock, we salute you.
What are you buying today? "If I'm feeling especially spendy, I'll go for the WrestleMania double LP—it's $35."
Woah, maybe. We wouldn't be surprised.
Toke up, relieve yourself of all cultural pressure to "chill," and listen to some excellent, angry music.
Daktyl is one of Mad Decent's star artists, cooking up killer electronic music that shifts from reflective ambient to bed-breaking sexy R&B to tasteful club banger at the drop of a hat.
The frontwoman talks about going into exile for a month and her band's excellent new record
It's an emo record in the vein of Title Fight, and thankfully never succumbs to the sort of clichés that often befall punk bands in 2015.