How a Closeted Strip Club Kingpin Became an FBI Snitch

Michael Blutrich has kept more secrets in his life than anyone should. Now, out of prison and with a new memoir, he's spilling.
Matt Baume
extremely foggy memories

Strippers, Oysters, and the MTV Beach House: The Stanley Cup's Wild Ride at the Hands of the 1994 Rangers

The New York Rangers snapped a 54-year-long drought when they won the Stanley Cup in 1994. They made sure that the Cup joined them as they celebrated. Maybe too much.
Joe DeLessio

Dropping Gems: An Interview with the Composers of the Score for 'Steven Universe'

The popular cartoon's composers Aivi Tran and Steven “Surrashu” Velema discuss their process and influences.
Eric Thurm

Bloody, Disgusting, and Just Perfect: An Interview with Itallian Horror Composer Fabio Frizzi

We talked to the horror genius on some of his classic scores from 'The Beyond,' 'Zombie Flesh Eaters,' and the upcoming reissues of some of his work.
Joseph Yanick

I'm Givin' You a Nightcall: Filmmaker Nicolas Winding Refn Talks on the Role of Music in Cinema

The man behind 'Drive' and the newly released 'Bronson' soundtrack talks about scores, pop music, and more.
Joseph Yanick
Pitchfork Festival 2015

10.0! We Gave Pitchfork Scores to Every Band Playing Pitchfork Music Festival

If there are two things people associate with Pitchfork, it's their annual festival and their complex numerical scoring system. So we combined them!
Noisey Staff