At the Top of the Rock and the End of the World with PUP
With 'Morbid Stuff,' the Toronto band made the best album of their career. Too bad we're all gonna die.
AVAIL’s Tim Barry Talks About the Band’s Reunion (Yes, You Read That Right)
After more than a decade away, one of the most beloved punk bands is getting back together, briefly. Frontman Tim Barry explains their return.
Open Submission Wednesdays
We Reviewed Literally Whatever You Sent Us, Volume 24
For this special Valentine's Day edition, you sent us a video about kites, dogs, cats, and of course, resumés.
You Should Probably Go to This Screamo Festival in Toronto
Majority Rule, City of Caterpillar, Ostraca, Respire, Jeromes Dream, Loma Prieta, Frail Hands. The lineup for New Friends Fest is stacked.
Deep Ass Questions
An Elaborate Theory About What Happened When Travis Scott Fell in That Hole
Let's dive in.
Rank Your Records
AJJ’s Sean Bonnette Ranks the Band’s Six Albums
The frontman looks back at AJJ's constantly evolving career, from scrappy folk-punk duo to full blown rock band.
The Whole Weezer/"Africa" Thing Was My Fault and I’m So Sorry
A Noisey editor's formal apology for helping to create a pop culture monster.
Flight of the Conchords’ Best Song Was Also Their Least Funny One
The comedy-folk duo made a name for themselves for their humorous songs about killer robots and rapping hippopotamuses, but it was an early deep cut that showed off their lyrical prowess.
Rank Your Records
Hopeless Records Founder Louis Posen Picks the Label's Ten Best Releases
For the California-based punk label's 25th anniversary, we had the founder pick his ten favorite releases out of a catalog of hundreds.
Some Beautiful Weirdo Reviewed Every Album on Our Albums of the Year List
100 albums. 100 tweets. One Noisey reader with too much time on his hands.
A List of People Who Have Won Ice-T’s Dumbfuck of the Day Award
These poor bastards have all fallen victim to the cold hand of Twitter's merciless sensei.
Chris Gethard Will Always Be a Loser (and That’s OK)
The comedian reflects on life after 'The Chris Gethard Show,' the surprise success of his call-in podcast, and his new book of life advice, 'Lose Well.'