They're calling themselves "the world's only Nedal band."
Robert Christgau—a man who Lou Reed once slandered on stage—joins Noisey to tell you if your music taste is worth anything.
Strikes, takedowns, and suspensions galore as DJs, producers, and media outlets around the world are feeling the heat.
"It was never a band that really practiced much."
'The Voice'? Fuggedaboutit. Twenty-year-old Martinez has carved out a sound and look that leaves that legacy in the dust. We had photographer Tan Camera find out more.
In 1968, she brought electronic sounds into the mainstream.
"Hillary Clinton is not cursed... All love to Hillary."
Sexual harassment and assault don't cease to exist once women get weekend wristbands and pitch their tents. So why aren't organizers doing more to protect them?
Over the Fourth of July, America's quintessential band said farewell. We spent those days embedded with Deadheads, exploring our dreams and doing acid. This is what happened.
In 1968, Wendy Carlos brought electronic sounds into the mainstream.
Pretty much any Sean P verse contained at least a couple lines that were laugh-out-loud funny, and a couple more that sounded like clever tongue-twisters, lifted straight out the gutter.
There's way more to Charm City than Baltimore Club music.
Ten years after Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101, the Atlanta rapper reflects on the legacy of his breakout era.
"Some of the most redneck, right-wing people have come around to accepting me."
For some people, album sales continue to be the sole metric for tracking success. Here are some other alternatives.
Ahead of the release of his third LP, Savage Hills Ballroom, we talked to the Idaho artist about grief, growing up, and trying to quiet an overactive mind.
"What bothers us is the faux enlightenment that people attach to it. That, and the horrible fashion and steampunk. Vom."
Is Tame Impala good music to have sex to? Take shrooms to? Eat charcuterie to? Duh.
See a ten-minute special on the making of this much-anticipated N.W.A. biopic.
The pirate station has spent nearly a quarter of a century transmitting hardcore, jungle, and drum 'n' bass from antennas installed on the roofs of public housing estates.
I'm out to prove how much Brooklyn's party scene is thriving, as memories of Mayor Giuliani's club crackdown fade faster than a Molly water-induced blackout.
And crucially, are they employable?
A new study says dance music makes surgeons sloppy, while past research encourages Mozart in the operating room.
With their groundbreaking music, distinctive style, and larger-than-life personalities, Atlanta trio Migos are fast becoming global icons.