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News

Watch This Preteen Go on High-Speed Chase After Mom Takes Away Video Games

Grand Theft Auto IRL.
Mack Lamoureux
11.8.18
Sports On Noisey

Snoop Dogg, Steelers Fan, Jumps on the Cleveland Browns, Erm, "Bandwagon"

Snoop turned up at Browns practice earlier this week to give the players and fans a pep talk. Why?
Alex Robert Ross
10.14.18
New music

The Story of the Lebron James and Kevin Durant Song That Didn't Need to Exist

Anyways, the full song is apparently out because 2018 won't stop.
Jabbari Weekes
9.8.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

A Southwest Plane Made an Emergency Landing After Window Cracked Mid-Flight

Less than a month after an engine exploded on another Southwest plane.
Allie Conti
5.2.18
New music

Sample Vile Gash's Hideous and Harsh Hardcore Punk

Listen to some tracks from the long running Columbus, Ohio band's upcoming album.
Tim Scott
12.22.17
Premieres

Perverts Again Offer Some Career Advice: Join the Army

Listen to the Cleveland punk's new song "Get You Out of College".
Tim Scott
12.5.17
New music

That Guy Piloting Your Plane Could Be a Cult 70s Punk Rocker

Allen Ravenstine and Albert Dennis' 1975 lost classic is being released for the first time.
Noisey Staff
9.28.17
New music

The Sight and Their Lights Out Power Pop Will Improve Your Day

Listen to the Cleveland band's new cassette of snappy pop hooks.
Tim Scott
9.21.17
New music

The Cowboy Loads Up On Some Brawn and Bash

Seasoned veterans from The Homostupids and Pleasure Leftists deliver a new album of Americano rock.
Tim Scott
8.6.17
Photographs

Lost Photos Capture The Dead Boys Ahead of Their Assault on the Punk Scene

Legendary Cleveland punks The Dead Boys come to life in this collection of photographs.
Tim Scott
7.25.17
Premiere

KNOWSO Continue Cleveland's Legacy of Demented and Debauched Punk

Featuring members of Cruelster and Perverts Again, this new band continues on a dark and aggressive trajectory.
Tim Scott
7.12.17
nba

LeBron Can Do A Lot of Things, But He Can't Save Your Economy

A new study shows that King James's economic impact disappears as quickly as his talcum powder.
Aaron Gordon
5.18.17
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