Eric Sundermann is Noisey's editor-in-chief. His work has appeared in VICE, The Village Voice, New York, and more.
We Reviewed Literally Whatever You Sent Us
We Reviewed Literally Whatever You Sent Us, Volume 24
Everyone has way too much time on their hands.
Kurt Vile Is All Greased Up
The Philadelphia musician speaks on his new album ‘Bottle It In,’ meeting Neil Young, computers, Donald Trump’s bullshit, staring age 40 down, a mental breakdown, and whatever the hell his future holds.
The (Final?) Miracle of Spiritualized
Jason Pierce talks about the struggle behind the space rock band's new (and potentially last) album 'And Nothing Hurt,' and what he hopes for in the future.
Magical Cloudz's Devon Welsh Is a Voice of Reason on His Solo Debut
Stream 'Dream Songs,' his first solo album – it's a record made for introspective weirdos like you and me.
Hey Kid, Wanna See Lil Pump Throw a Fire Extinguisher Through a TV?
We're looking forward to 'Harverd Dropout.'
Stream Nef the Pharaoh's 'The Big Chang Theory,' a West Coast Rap Delight
The Vallejo rapper returns with his best project yet. Listen to it now.
If You Haven’t Been Listening to Unknown Mortal Orchestra This Summer, You’ve Been Fuckin’ Up
'Sex & Food' is one of the year's best psychedelic records, so we talked to Ruban Nielson about what's coming next.
Everything Sucks So Here’s a Blog in Praise of Phil Elverum and Michelle Williams' New Marriage
The world is garbage so let's celebrate something that's not.
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We Reviewed Literally Everything You Sent Us, Volume 21
Noisey editors Andrea Domanick, Kim Kelly and Eric Sundermann reviewed whatever you sent us and most of it was pretty bad.
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I Feel Like Kanye When I'm in Wyoming
What it was like to stand next to Kanye West as he debuted 'ye' to the world after a few complicated months leading up to the release.
Long Live PUSHA-T, King of "High-Taste Level Luxury Drug Raps"
The rapper speaks on his excellent new album 'DAYTONA,' his relationship with Kanye West, the continued beef with Drake, and more.
Kanye West, Donald Trump, and The Death of Pablo
Kanye West has always represented the best and worst about America, and at this moment, it feels like the darkness won.