Roger Daltrey from The Who Is Still Having a Massive Laugh
The Who frontman has put out a live 50th anniversary edition of the seminal album, but is more interested in looking to the future than past.
Pete Shelley's Solo Career is Worth Shouting About as Much as The Buzzcocks
From club banger "Homosapien" to the doomy and disco-y “I Surrender”, his 80s electro output is long overdue a revaluation.
How Suede Came Back From Creative Oblivion to Find Redemption
Their latest album, 'The Blue Hour', is their best in more than 20 years. Here, frontman Brett Anderson tells us where he's at in life.
Baxter Dury Has a Lot to Say, in Person and on a New Album
We spoke to the Prince of Tears about B.E.D, his new side-project with cult French producer Étienne de Crécy and Skinny Girl Diet's Delilah Holliday.
Tracking Music’s Embrace of Living Clean Over Living Fast
Musicians no longer seem to be ashamed of appearing to take care of their own health, and that's a good thing.
Melody's Echo Chamber's 'Bon Voyage' is The Psychedelic Trip of the Year
We spoke to the French musician about her wildly experimental, impressively cohesive, bi-lingual musical fantasia of a new record.
The Noisey Guide to
The Guide to Getting into David Byrne
Like all good artists, he examines how we look at the world and does so using a sound that regularly shifts from genre to genre.
The Noisey Guide to
The Guide to Getting Into Tom Waits
Whether he's sounding tired and emotional or like a mutated Salvation Army band, the marvellously spiky Mr Waits has something for everyone.
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Inside the Shady World of the Musical Hologram
How do they work? What are the moral issues with dead performers? And does anyone still give a shit?
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Annie Clark Is the Best Pop Star We Have
Her 'Masseduction' tour displays that in full via her smart, funny, visionary perspective.
How to Have a Number 1 Single, According to These Really Specific Rules
We applied tips from band The KLF's infamous 1988 book to see if they still stand today.
Benjamin Clementine: A Rolling Stone Gathering Moss
Two years after the Mercury win and with plenty on his mind, the 28 year-old is far from lacking in fresh ideas with new album 'I Tell A Fly'