Joan of arc
Ahead of the band's new album, '1984,' Kinsella takes a stroll through the project's huge, weird catalog of divisive releases.
"The Passion of Joan of Arc" is a 90-year-old silent film that proves the religious icon will forever captivate filmmakers and audiences alike.
On a classic (fake) pub and park date, we talked about relationships, writing, trying to be a better person and his, uh, penis.
Get down with The Black Madonna in Bushwick and witness the best version of Joan of Arc ever committed to film.
Twenty years ago, an odd debut got the Chicago band lumped into a genre in which it didn't belong.
Tune into episode 84 of Noisey Radio on Beats 1 this Saturday at 9 AM EST/6 AM PST and Sunday 9 PM EST/6 PM PST.
Including unseen archival and unfettered access, this Noisey doc dives into singer Tim Kinsella's fractious childhood, the band's origins, and the highs and lows experienced in pursuit of their art.
A peek at our upcoming special on Tim Kinsella's ahead of its time Chicago outfit, whose music remains resonant to this day.
Cody Crosby is a Canadian joint-rolling artist whose pieces can include hundreds of papers and up to 28 grams of pot.
The American Football/Joan of Arc member new jam is as complex as it is contagious.
We all went anticipating heartbreak, but it was less tears in beers and more like a big family reunion.