Skydeck Are the Melbourne Duo Making Surreal Anti-Capitalist Pop

Skydeck, signed to Dinosaur City/Burger Records and comprising members of Ciggie Witch and Pregnancy, point towards off-beat post punk on their debut single "Live Bait," premiering on Noisey today.


The Guide to Getting Into Siouxsie and The Banshees, Dark Pop Outsiders

From punk to pop, the London band would influence a generation of artists by flouting convention and playing with public perception. Just don't call them "goth."


Icelandic Post-Punks Kaelan Mikla Go Dark on Their New LP

Stream the otherworldly trio's euphoric, Cure-approved new album, 'Nótt eftir nótt'


Viagra Boys Might Genuinely Get You Back Into Post Punk

The Stockholm six-piece are signed to the same label as Yung Lean and Bladee, but they sound more like The Stooges.


Ben Stiller's Teenage Post-Punk Band Are Finally Reissuing Their Debut LP

A remastered and expanded version of Capital Punishment's 'Roadkill' will finally come out on Captured Tracks this September. A single from the record, "Muzak Anonymous," came out alongside the announcement.


INHALT’s New EP Is a Synthy Oasis in the Desert of Neoliberalism

The San Francisco trio’s ‘Commerce’ confronts a system of self-harm with physical, brooding songs like their new single “Alles.”


London Sleaze Punks Goat Girl Look Life's Absurdities in the Eye

When everything is political, the band’s off-the-cuff, often satirical social commentary is a welcome palette cleanser to the heaviness of modern life.

5.24.18's Mechanical Post-Punk Questions if the World Is Worth Saving

On 'Goodbye,' Jeff Fribourg’s new project turns bleak, noisy music into a shout of humanity.


Stream Wax Idols' Sinister and Unsettling New Album 'Happy Ending'

The band's new record is drenched in layers of post-punk, goth rock, and new wave—and boy oh boy does it kick ass.


Carla dal Forno’s Noisey Mix Is a Collection of Strange and Surreal Covers

Ahead of the Berlin-based songwriter's North American tour, she collects abstract takes on funk tracks, psychedelic reimaginings of bedroom pop hits, and a whole lot more.


Iceage Are Still Exploring Rock's Great Beyond

We caught up with the Danish post-punk band to discuss the newly swollen sound of their upcoming album, and their love of playing live.


Iceage Are Snarling and Direct on New Track "The Day the Music Dies"

It's another one from the band's upcoming album 'Beyondless,' due May 4.