jungle

Whales

There's a Dead Humpback Whale in the Amazon Jungle and Nobody Knows Why

The calf is estimated to have been one year old, and was found Friday on Marajó Island.
Becky Ferreira
2.25.19
Interviews

Jungle Beat the Blues By Getting High, Heartbroken and Surreal

The British band talk break-ups and second-album jitters before the release of their new record, ‘For Ever,’ tomorrow.
Ryan Bassil
9.15.18
Remembering Things

“My Name’s Will Bevan”: 10 Years Since Burial’s Unmasking

A decade ago this month, Burial revealed his identity on MySpace – is it now impossible to have a secret one?
Kyle MacNeill
8.21.18
all the good shit

Jungle Return with Two Quietly Euphoric New Songs

The sunny tracks, "House in LA" and "Happy Man," will be released as a 12" double A side by XL Recordings on 22 June.
Lauren O'Neill
5.10.18
Remembering Things

Burial’s ‘Untrue’ Still Captures London in a Way Unmatched Since

The album’s story is one of loneliness, love, family, ghosts – it continues to sound like the city that birthed it, a decade later.
Jamie Milton
11.3.17
Comics!

'The Green Lion Who Swallows The Sun,' Today's Comic by Harper Swindell

A girl and her dog Danger are determined to find the Green Lion so they can watch it devour the sun.
Harper Swindell
5.31.17
Interviews

Ice Caps Melt: The Big Wiley Interview

As the godfather of grime, Wiley still occupies a strange position in his own universe. Could his final album cement his legacy?
Fred Macpherson
1.10.17
rave curious podcast

Max Cooper Wants to Explain Our Existence Through Music

The musical philosopher takes on life, the universe, and, well, everything.
Joshua Glazer
7.21.16
Premieres

Star.One's Video for "Original Badman feat. Takura x Assassin" Is like the London Rude Boy Answer to "Step Up"

This is incredible.
Noisey Staff
7.8.16
Premieres

Schockglatze's "Warlord" Is the Dancy Bass Slap to End Your Weekend

The German-bred group serve up border breaking danceable goodness.
John Hill
5.30.16
Art

Origami Animals Come to Life in These Digital Portraits

Welcome to 'Jungle,' Reine Paradis's fantastical two-color self-portrait series.
Gabrielle Bruney
3.20.16
jungle

I Went to A Transformational Festival In the Costa Rican Jungle In Search of a Better Way to Live

Amidst local opposition, the four-day event in Uvita celebrated its sixth year in which people from around the world gathered to practice alternative lifestyles and music.
Gabby Bess
3.6.16
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