"Record Store Day is every day for me."
In a city known mainly for its architecture, literature, and drug culture—roaming parties like Polygon are helping change the face of its historically-scare clubbing scene.
The LA via New Jersey singer is currently on tour with Justin Bieber, and her new mixtape 931 is out now, exclusively on Noisey.
As they say, one man's trash is another man's classic.
The newly inducted Bunker resident explains how he did it—and give us an exclusive listen to his latest EP.
News of Malik Taylor's death broke early Wednesday morning. RIP Five Foot Assassin.
In the 1980s, all you needed to be a hardcore band was two chords, an attitude, and a drawing of Ronald Reagan with a Hitler mustache.
We consulted with entertainment lawyers in the US and Canada about the ins and outs of intellectual property so you don't have to.
With the help of Skrillex, Diplo, and an umlaut, we've all become Beliebers. So we went to mingle and ask fans life's big questions.
A week in Texas that featured tacos and margs and hoverboards and networking and, most importantly, music.
Bloc Festival founder George Hull has a problem with the current clubbing generation's penchant for things like inclusivity, responsibility, and even schoolwork.
She may not have been 2002's answer to Throbbing Gristle, but she filled a gap where teenage girls had yet to see themselves, and gave them a voice.
Jane Abernethy signed Grimes and tUnE-yArDs to 4AD and in this frank interview she discusses her decade's worth of experience, seeking out new music, and quashing sexism in the industry.
The Iran-born, London-based producer opens up about the futurist roots of his new album I AKA I.
We hang out with the Mexican 1D tribute band taking quinceañeras by storm.
Then THUMP explores what LA is doing to ensure drug safety at music festivals and Motherboard explains how an entrepreneur plans to bring space tourism to the Coachella valley.
SXSW sets from Bibi Bourelly, Kehlani, and Shakka set out interesting visions of where the genre of R&B is headed now that Rihanna is a jumping-off point.
"Blasphemers," like the members of Tehran metal band Confess, face imprisonment—and even execution.
Since the 90s, the "advanced genius theory" has been used to analyze Lou Reed, David Bowie, Kiss, and more. What does it say about Kanye West?
The sound of DC is changing, and hip-hop, long overshadowed by go-go, is becoming more prominent.
After more than a decade of ups and downs, the New Orleans rapper has scored a legitimate hit.
Moodymann, Kevin Saunderson, and many others came together to raise funds for Flint's water crisis.
The musician tells us about his conflicted feelings living in the US and hints on what to expect with the new Wolf Parade.
We hung out with the influential journalist and DJ in Los Angeles. He told us his story and what it's like to continually be recognized as "the old guy who interviewed Kanye."