Jay Reatard

8.17.16

I Became Obsessed With A Lo-Fi Finnish Power Pop Song So Tracked Down the Songwriter In Helsinki

Teemu Tanner knows how to write a pop song with many double u’s and i’s in the title.

8.17.16

I Became Obsessed With A Lo-Fi Finnish Power Pop Song So Tracked Down the Songwriter In Helsinki

Teemu Tanner knows how to write a pop song with many double u’s and i’s in the title.

4.18.16

“What’d You Get?" Bugging People on Record Store Day

We hung out in a record store on Record Store Day and asked people what they were stuffing into their tote bags.

4.12.16

That Time Jay Reatard Ripped Down a Disco Ball and More: A Select History of Chicago's Empty Bottle

Read an excerpt of 'The Empty Bottle Chicago: 21+ Years Music / Friendly / Dancing,' a new book celebrating the beloved Chicago venue, featuring thoughts from Tim Kinsella and more.

2.22.16

Goner Shares Unreleased Jay Reatard Track by His Former Band Angry Angles

Listen to "Things Are Moving" by by Angry Angles, Reatard's band with Alix Brown.

8.20.15

Dan Ball’s Unseen, Intimate Photographs of Memphis's Music Scene

The Memphis native shot some of the most influential musicians of the past 30 years—including Jay Reatard, Three 6 Mafia, and Sonic Youth—often in his home.

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7.7.15

PREMIERE: Hear the First Track from the Long Awaited Reissue of 'Grown Up Fucked Up' by The Reatards

Goner Records have announced the exciting reissue of Jay Reatard deep cut, 'Grown Up Fucked Up' by The Reatards. Listen here first exclusively on Noisey.

6.10.15

Destruction Unit Send You on a Bruising, Spaced-Out Punk Trip with "If Death Ever Slept"

Due from the band's forthcoming Adult Swim/Sacred Bones LP, look for the new tracks to premiere at a gig near you.

2.17.15

Premiere: Yung - "Nobody Cares"

Recalling elements of Jay Reatard and The Replacements, Yung are the latest punk rock force to come from Denmark.

10.12.14

A Brief History of the Drum Machine in Rock Music

Does the drum machine represent the decay of Western Civilization, or the irreversible march towards progress? We investigate.

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