Still Not Okay: Gen Z Is Keeping Emo Alive
We spoke to the music fans who came of age (or were born) after the mainstream version of emo took hold in the mid-2000s.
Why So Many Former Emos Are Now K-Pop Fans
Something about these two seemingly disparate genres seems to bring the same people together.
Who the Hell is Jimi Somewhere?
The 20-year-old is being hailed as Norway’s answer to Kevin Abstract. We’re premiering a song and video from his second EP, PONYBOY.
Oli Sykes Doesn’t Care If You Love Him
From fronting a hated metalcore act to an adored stadium rock band, Sykes spoke to us about love/hate and the sixth Bring Me The Horizon album, 'amo'.
The Noisey Advent Calendar
Pete Wentz Has Learned the True Meaning of Christmas
Fall Out Boy's bassist tells us about his band's 2002 Christmas song, "Yule Shoot Your Eye Out" and his new, mellower attitude towards the holidays.
Alex Robert Ross
Lil Peep’s First Posthumous Album Is Haunted By What Could Have Been
'Come Over When You're Sober Pt. 2' was put together by close collaborators in the year following the rising musician's tragic death. It's beautiful, and so hard to listen to.
‘Jennifer’s Body’ Captured Myspace-Emo Camp in All Its Glory
Diablo Cody’s underrated cult classic turns nine this week – we look back on how it juggled bisexuality, desire and early 2000s mainstream emo.
Sports Bra's New Power Pop Gem "Survival" Is An Ode to Trans Rights
The first single from the Sydney band's second album is a statement to the world that trans people won't be erased.
Lil Aaron and Kim Petras Are Glittery Pop Prodigies (and Very Good Friends)
Their new video for "Anymore," the neon-bathed, Avril Lavigne-styled single, is just the latest lovely teamup in a long-held camaraderie that began like a blind date.
Listen to a Posthumous Lil Peep Song, "4 Gold Chains"
The as-yet-unheard track is produced by Clams Casino.
Objectively Correct Lists
The Specific Lines from Songs that Give You The Feels
These lyrics and their delivery make us feel good / bad / higher than God.
Noisey UK Staff
Phil Elverum Didn't Get Lil Peep at First, Either
In an interview with Stereogum, the Mount Eerie leader says that he was initially put off by the late emo-rapper sampling his music.