The Kansas City songwriter tackles religion on his new album ‘Oh My God’ but has never heard ‘Grace,’ the 1994 classic that’s full of spiritual gravitas.
The Pedro the Lion frontman finally confronts one of the most emotionally resonant albums ever for the first time.
On the Melbourne pop-punk band’s US tour, their frontwoman finally listens to her childhood favorite band’s biggest album, 'Back in Black.'
Ahead of the release of American Football (LP3), the Owen, and Cap’n Jazz veteran listens to Vampire Weekend’s 2008 debut for the first time.
Ahead of the release of his experimental electronic album, 'Groove Denied,' Stephen Malkmus listens to LCD Soundsystem's 2005 self-titled album for the first time.
Frontman Dylan Baldi finally dives into his parents’ favorite band’s best album.
The Linkin Park co-founder and solo artist might be the only person who’s played Ozzfest and worked with Rick Rubin who's never checked out Slayer’s 1986 thrash classic.
On the release of her adventurous new album, 'Bought To Rot,' we had the frontwoman listen to Deftones' bold third album, 'White Pony,' for the first time.
Bruce’s career-making 'Born to Run' is considered a rock’n’roll masterpiece, but Natalie Prass had never heard it. Now she likes it. Kinda?
Leonard Cohen is one of the most universally admired songwriters ever and his 1971 third album is a fan and critic favorite. We played it for Ryley Walker.
New Order's sophomore album is one of the most significant synth-pop records of the 1980s. We played it for Aaron Maine.
After a stint of shows in Chicago where Thursday played their iconic albums 'Full Collapse' and 'War All The Time' in full, Rickly sat down with Noisey to recoup from performing by listening to some psychedelic and abrasive jazz.