Jeff Goldblum Talks About Doing Drugs as a Teen and, Uhhh, Lobotomies
We interviewed the internet’s favorite daddy about everything from his jazz career to his recent VICE Studios movie, ‘The Mountain’.
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Uptown Bars Gave Life to New Orleans Jazz and Funk in the 1970s
Longtime residents and natives pay tribute.
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The Guide to Getting Into Joni Mitchell, the Blueprint for Human Experience
Mitchell, in all her incarnations, remains a chief cartographer of American music and the female experience. Regardless of who you are, her map is made for you.
Arin Ray Makes Arguments Feel Like Poetry in the Video for "Damn"
The Cincinnati native is blending R&B, hip-hop, and jazz on his debut album 'Platinum Fire.'
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The Final Sermon of Childish Gambino
Donald Glover brought his Childish Gambino act to Madison Square Garden for what he claimed was the last time. It was a weirdly religious experience.
Put Some Respect on Noname
The Chicago rapper has always been an exhaustive storyteller—brimming with narrative-driven stanzas that life in Chicago has written for her—but now the story feels like it’s completely hers.
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The Guide to Getting into John Coltrane's Quasi-Religious Ecstasy
Immerse yourself in the many vibrant sides of the jazz great's masterful sax work.
Take a Tour of Free-Spirited UK Jazz in International Anthem’s Noisey Mix
The Chicago label applies their boundary blending approach to this set, which digs deep on the dizzying sounds of their compatriots across the pond.
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Obviously Watch Erykah Badu's New Tiny Desk Concert
The idiosyncratic, existential soul artist warmed up with "Rimshot" before stretching out a remarkable, 12-minute "Green Eyes."
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Even More Kamasi Washington Goodness Has Arrived
'The Choice' came hidden inside the 4xLP edition of last week's 'Heaven & Earth' LP, and it arrived on streaming services this morning. The a five-song LP includes a sweet cover of "Will You Love Me Tomorrow."
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Geoff Rickly Listens to Sun Ra's 'Space Is the Place' for the First Time
After a stint of shows in Chicago where Thursday played their iconic albums 'Full Collapse' and 'War All The Time' in full, Rickly sat down with Noisey to recoup from performing by listening to some psychedelic and abrasive jazz.
The Saxophone’s Unlikely Journey Out of Meme Hell
After decades of mainstream banishment, artists like Kamasi Washington are ushering in a saxophone renaissance.