Ty Segall

Premieres

Party Soft to Medium With Lars Finberg and Puberty

Listen to a new track from these rockers who got their start as the house band at a monthly party held in a Seattle karaoke bar.
Tim Scott
6.10.16
New music

LA Psych Rockers Walter Have Announced a New Single and You Can Listen To It Now

The fuzzy three piece ladle up a hot bowl of grizzled guitar gumbo.
Noisey Staff
6.8.16
Features

Despite Demolition Notice, LA DIY Institution The Smell Won't Go Down Without a Fight

We spoke with owner Jim Smith and No Age's Randy Randall about the venue's legacy and what happens next.
Artemis Thomas-Hansard
5.31.16
Noisey Blog

“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.
Noisey Staff
4.18.16
Premieres

CFM Sparks Triumphant Psych-Rock in His New Track "Purple Spine"

The long time Ty Segall collaborator gives a taste of his first ever solo LP.
John Hill
2.26.16
Premieres

PREMIERE: Ride Out Your Mood Swing with Feels on Their New Song "Gwen"

The LA garage rockers share the sad side of their debut seven-inch.
Bryn Lovitt
1.29.16
Interviews

The New Fuzz Record, ‘II,’ Will Make Your Head Explode

A chat with Chad Ubovich, who plays bass in the SoCal psych rock trio, about night terrors and recording the band’s subliminal sophomore record.
Brian Anderson
10.23.15
Holy Shit

Don't Miss Mikal Cronin's Ambitious New LP and the Latest Single "ii)Gold"

Look for it on Merge in early May, but stream the latest track now.
Noisey Staff
3.10.15
Premieres

PREMIERE: Watch Birth Defects' New Video For "Party Suicide"

We're premiering the band's new video for "Party Suicide," a thrashing, reverb-soaked jam that will make you want to punch yourself in the face.
Kayla Monetta
2.5.15
Premieres

Purge Yourself with Axis: Sova's New Track "Dictator of a Flower"

It's a song about crippling anxiety, so you should really listen to it now.
Eric Sundermann
2.2.15
Features

Five Albums Red Fang Listened to Instead of Appearing in Their New Video

Portland's rockingest dudes got to sit this video out, but of course, it still rules.
Kim Kelly
11.30.14
Premieres

PREMIERE: Listen to Good Morning’s Ridiculously Catchy Pop Then Smash Your Head in a Jealous Rage

The Melbourne duo have a knack of writing effortless and breezy pop and we hate them for it.
Noisey Staff
11.10.14
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