Objectively Correct Lists
We Ranked ‘Now That's What I Call Music’ Compilations From Worst to Best
What the actual fuck was going on 1998?
The Crown and Sceptre Issue
'2014' Is a Strange Tribute to Early Special Effects
Dan Boardman's new work features cutout masks shot in front of negatives, resulting in multiple layers and a vague sense of place and time.
What the Nielsen Report Say About How Canada Listens to Music
Francophones spend money and Canadians want to experience "real" music on a "real" medium.
Why Are There so Many Videos of Women Sticking Their Lips in Things?
Do it if you want, of course. But be careful, because nobody wants a generation of people who accidentally ripped their lips off in pursuit of a platonic ideal of puffy lips.
2014 Was an Amazing Year for British Comics
Will 2015 be even better?
Fuck the Haters, New Year’s Eve Is Awesome
New Year's has a lot of haters. Fuck that. This is the one night of the year when you can be whoever you want to be.
2014 in Review
2014 Was the Best Year for R&B Since Forever
2014 marked the first time in recent memory that hip-hop played the background role to its sister genre, as R&B became the more robust, more rewarding, and overall better genre.
2014 in Review
Here Are the Results of the 2014 Noisey Reader Poll
If you're upset with the results, just remember that you voted for this stuff.
Giants, Zombies, and the Islamic State: Best of 2014 on VICE
VICE host Krishna Andavolu takes a look back at the VICE network's best videos of 2014.
Before We Leave Every Disastrous Music Moment in 2014 Behind, Let’s Relive Them One More Time
From 50 Cent’s baseball pitch to every decision Justin Bieber made, here are some of dumbest things to happen this year.
What We Learned About Sex in 2014
Technology is changing the way we have sex, "rosebudding" is a thing, the British government can't handle face-sitting, and everybody likes butts.
The Best and Worst of This Year's Designer Drugs
We talked to psychonauts and browsed through specialty forums to see which substances made waves in 2014.
Thijs Roes and David Meulenbeld