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Living Among the Monsters at Lady Gaga's Vegas Residency

On a night when even a power outage couldn't stop her, what impressed us most were the moments Gaga stripped back the neon, sitting alone at the piano.
Dan Gentile
1.24.19
coffee

Will Coffee Survive Climate Change? We Traveled to the World’s Highest Farm to Find Out

"Unlike a human, a coffee plant cannot walk away from where it is. As a tree, it bears the brunt of the changing conditions over its lifespan.”
Dan Gentile
12.24.18
The Noisey Guide to

The Guide to Getting Into Brian Eno, the Playful Genius

From ambient soundtracks to alien planets to mega-hits fit for supermarkets to, uh, working with Coldplay, the legendary English producer has done it all. Here's where to start.
Dan Gentile
11.1.18
PROFILES

The Myth of Prophet, a Lost Funk Great Who's Back From Outer Space

Decades after his cultishly beloved debut 'Right On Time,' the mononymous musician returns with a new record, ready to tell his story of acid, aliens, and a lifetime hustling.
Dan Gentile
5.16.18
PROFILES

Inside the 100-Hour Hell Week of a SXSW Programmer

A behind the scenes look at the logistics behind booking 2,000 bands—from breakout youngsters like Starcrawler to solo guitar experimentalists like Yonatan Gat to freaky jazz phenoms like Ezra Collective—playing on 100 stages in 6 days.
Dan Gentile
3.22.18
Premieres

This Compilation of Synth Music Is Chilling, Dystopian, and Cool as Hell

'Holodeck Vision One' brings together Texas' best—including Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein of 'Stranger Things' fame—together with a community of similarly electronics torturers from across the globe.
Dan Gentile
3.9.18
Design

Coming Soon: A Spa-Themed Amusement Park in Japan

Beppu boasts the most batheable hot spring water in the world and soon it will power roller coasters.
Dan Gentile
1.31.17
Thump

A Night Out in Texas' Underground Vogue Scene

Learning about love, self-expression, and fearless dancing with San Antonio vogue crew House of Kenzo.
Dan Gentile
12.21.16
Art

Rarely-Seen Samurai Weaponry Finally Goes on Display

Did you know the Japanese used stingray skin to wrap sword hilts?
Dan Gentile
12.18.16
Film

Why It's Better To Animate a Film Alone, Even If It Takes 4 Years

'Nova Seed' is sci-fi auteurship at its best.
Dan Gentile
10.17.16