Objectively Correct Lists
Go On, Here Are the Best British Tracks of 2018 So Far
Continuing our annual tradition, we've written about the songs our friends/neighbours/Uber drivers have heard on repeat all year.
Noisey UK Staff
Ruby Francis Makes Music That Sounds Like the Warmth of First Love
There's more to the 23-year-old Londoner than being labelled the "British answer to The Internet".
Greatest UK MCs of All Time
Watch the Roundtable Chat for Our Greatest UK MCs of All Time List
Hosted by Julie Adenuga and featuring Toddla T, A. Dot, Poet and the one and only Chicken Connoisseur
Damn, Son... Here's The Only Guide to Making Money in the British Music Industry
What a time to be alive, lets make this paper, lets make this money.
The Smiths and Me: I Spoke to the Guitarist in My Favourite Band, About My Favourite Band
The iconic guitarist sits down to dissect the Smiths fall-out, why indie isn't dead, and a lifetime of reunion rumours.
Get Your Plasters at the Ready, Bloody Knees are Back with New Track "I Want It All"
The big-haired boys are in full effect.
Longreads Or Whatever
Living With Tinnitus: I Find It Hard to Believe Silence Ever Existed
Tom Bellamy from the band Losers woke up one day with ringing in his ears. Five years on, we asked him to write about life with tinnitus.
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Reflecting on the Pranks of Dean Blunt, the Greatest Piss-Taker in British Music
He'd fucking hate us labelling them 'pranks', but we're doing it anyway.
That's Not Me: How Our Thriving British Music Scene is Reclaiming Its Identity
We have a crop of artists who aren't turning to America for inspiration or identity.
Looking Back on 30 Years of Subculture in the UK
Talking to Sam Knee about his new book 'The Bag I'm In', which charts the last three decades of British music and fashion.
Longreads Or Whatever
The Thing About Fat White Family and How Fucked Up Everything is Right Now
Fat White Family are a reminder that rock'n'roll can mean something beyond an NME cover, a pull-quote, and a few tracks recorded with Jim Abbiss.
Wireless Festival is a Depressing Insight Into the Future of British Festivals
Wireless has the potential to be one of the best festivals in Britain - but it continually lets itself down by placing money over experience.