Q&A

Q&A

I Make Dildos Out of Insect Penises

Artist Joey Holder spent four years 3D-printing human-scale dildos of tiny insect penis templates. So we spoke to her about it.
Hannah Pezzack
4.15.19
true crime

The Horrific Story of a Mob of White Cab Drivers Getting Away with Murder

The tragic 1947 event speaks to America's enduring history of racism and systemic corruption.
Seth Ferranti
3.19.19
politics

How to Get Rid of the 'High-Conflict Personalities' That Ruin Politics

According to a new book, the people who love power are the exact people who absolutely should not have any power.
Justin Caffier
3.17.19
First Dates

I Drank So Much Milkshake With Tommy Genesis

The Canadian rapper and visual artist had a convo with Noisey about sculpture, sci-fi fiction and spacial synaesthesia.
Daisy Jones
3.14.19
climate change

Climate Change Is Such a Huge Threat We Don't Even Know How to Think About It

The good news, says author David Wallace-Wells, is that "civilisation will endure". The bad news? Pretty much everything else.
Geoff Dembicki
3.14.19
true crime

This California Airport Bomber Was a Godfather of 'Lone Wolf' Terrorism

The "Alphabet Bomber" attacked LAX, manipulated the media, and set the stage for decades of fear and far-right attacks.
Seth Ferranti
3.4.19
caves

The Secret Lives of People Obsessed with Going Deep Underground

There's urban exploring, and then there's the primordial obsession with going way below the Earth's surface.
Philip Eil
1.29.19
crime

A Drug Kingpin Ran His Empire from a Laptop, Then Snitched on His Own Assassins

Pain pills in the US. Meth from North Korea. Shipments of gold. Yachts full of cocaine. Contract killings. They all added up to a witness for the feds.
Seth Ferranti
1.23.19
Interviews

UK Driller Russ Is Here to Stay – and to Make You Dance

The rising MC shot into the charts last week with "Gun Lean", and chats to us about the song that exposed him to new levels of viral fame.
Ian McQuaid
1.16.19
Interviews

An Interview with David Nance While His Dog Was Shitting

The Omaha songwriter makes freewheeling records meant for crackin' beers and opens for Jack White at baseball stadiums. Is that what success looks like in rock these days? Who knows, who cares.
Will Schube
1.6.19
hunting

Inside the Life-and-Death Hunts of a Mysterious Tribe of Hunter-Gatherers

Unlike the hostile reception an American missionary received from the remote Sentinelese people last year, Doug Bock Clark was brought along on spiritual whale hunts for a view inside a fading culture.
Seth Ferranti
1.5.19
Noisey Hitlist

VanJess Go Deeper than Nostalgia with Their 90s-Style R&B

We spoke to the sibling duo about vulnerability and inspiring girls from the West African diaspora, as visible, black R&B artists.
Bolu Babalola
11.19.18
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