Fifteen years after its release, we look back on the sappy bro soundtracks that defined the nativist exceptionalism of the post-9/11 years.
The surreal visual has the St. Louis rapper trapped in barbed wire, presiding over a talent show, and even cutting his own tongue in church.
His overwhelmingly optimistic fourth album ‘Assume Form’ finds the UK singer-producer coming to terms with life after stability.
We talk to Map Pointz founder Guadalupe Rosales about the party crews that gave teens a sense of belonging beyond gang culture.
From punk to pop, the London band would influence a generation of artists by flouting convention and playing with public perception. Just don't call them "goth."
Following the band's Rock Hall nomination, founder Gerald Casale reflects on its dystopian legacy in the age of Trump.
Party for a cause! Join Charli, Allie X, Dorian Electra, and more at the Billy Ball in LA to support Billy Clayton's cancer treatment.
We sat down with Skatune Network to talk their (dare we say brave?) quest, being black in a predominantly white scene, and the future of ska.
Tune into episode 172 this Sunday at 11 AM EST/8AM PST and 11 PM EST/8 PM PST when Yellow Days, AlunaGeorge, and Warhol.ss join Noisey Radio on Beats 1.
Mitchell, in all her incarnations, remains a chief cartographer of American music and the female experience. Regardless of who you are, her map is made for you.