Jazz artist Jaimeo Brown breaks down the power of work songs, which have an influence that extends from the plantation to the trap.
Reports of EDM's death have been greatly exaggerated.
Hey! Ho! Let's Go: The Ramones and the Birth of Punk sums up the best and worst about punk in 2016.
Skepta talks his upcoming record Konnichiwa, tells some stories about Pharrell, and his relationship with Drake.
Meet Roman Shamov—the drink-slinger with a colorful past as a drag queen, puppet vocalist, television actor, and breathing workshop guru.
We made an infographic to show what windup monkeys and Daft Punk have in common.
We spoke with the prolific guitarist about making his debut LP Become Alive and playing Hall & Oates in the club.
French synth wizard Jean Michel-Jarre and everyone's favorite leaker have unfortunately teamed up for a song called "Exit."
Oh my god, we found Kelly, and we interviewed her.
The culture that surrounds the production of music can feel like it is overflowing with fragile souls, and it's not uncommon to encounter people experiencing serious mental health issues.
What happens when a bunch of metalheads convene at a bar, blast some Iron Maiden, and look for love? Noisey investigates.
From Coachella to Glastonbury, a sprawling subculture remains devoted to the trading and archiving of unauthorized recordings of your favorite sets.
Luke Wyatt used exercise to overcome a history of depression, and his album is the soundtrack to getting better.
How had I, a lowly peon with barely 500 followers to my name, so undeservedly received the 6 God's blessing?
The Her Damit festival is getting pushed out of the infamous Prora complex—which is rapidly getting bought out in place of luxury apartments.
Time Warp in Germany is one of the world's biggest techno spectacles, and a prime place to meet the new wave of party tourists.
Leave the dead to their rest.
On Green's seventieth birthday, John Saward takes a look back at the man who could turn an audience to rubble with the sound of his voice.
Mattie Jo Canino and Mike Campbell talk about returning from hiatus, the current state of punk, and that whole Punknews incident.
Read the heartfelt and extended interview with the Detroit rapper from NOISEY Detroit on VICELAND.
Noisey premieres the abstract video for the 'Gore' opener and it's a visual every bit as transfixing.
In the wake of 2013's Euromaidan protests, the youth of Ukraine is rebuilding its home through techno.
We spoke to a few hip-hop artists to get their perspectives on depression, suicide, and the music they've dedicated their lives to.
"They didn't even send us the song. It was just played to us over the phone during a meeting."