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The Guide to Getting Into Pixies, Who Make Rock Music as Perverse as Possible

Here's where to start with one of the most influential bands ever.
Sasha Geffen
6.20.19
Rank Your Records

Titus Andronicus' Patrick Stickles Ranks All of the Band's Records

The talkative frontman looks back on his band's punk epics and lengthy Bob Dylan covers, rating them on a scale of "least best to most best."
Dan Ozzi
6.20.19
The Noisey Guide to

The Guide to Getting into The Cramps, Garage Rock's True Freaks

Poison Ivy, Lux Interior, and their cast of collaborators left behind a legacy of heavy, horny and horrifying songs. Here's where to start.
Leah Mandel
5.3.19
Interviews

The Glow’s Fuzzy Debut Album Ponders the Big Questions

Written both before and after the breakup of his beloved band LVL UP, Mike Caridi’s ‘Am I’ considers old memories and existential questions.
Colin Joyce
5.2.19
Essays

Vampire Weekend's New Album Is All Over the Place, In the Best Way

The newly minted trio took six years to follow-up a No. 1 record and a Grammy. 'Father of the Bride' is shaggy, psychedelic, and wonderfully strange.
Alex Swhear
5.2.19
PROFILES

After Wax Idols, Hether Fortune Is Better Off Alone

Having abruptly disbanded her primary creative outlet for nearly a decade, the songwriter is now working by herself, at her own pace.
Gary Suarez
4.17.19
Premieres

Drahla’s Abstract Punk Songs Are Ecstatic About the Everyday

The squalls of noise in songs like "Pyramid Estate" show a band willing to dig beneath the surface.
Colin Joyce
4.10.19
Noisey News

Watch Weezer's Wonderfully Ramshackle Tiny Desk Concert

They play new jams, rarities, and old hits in the NPR office.
Colin Joyce
4.2.19
Music

Whoa, The National Are Back Already

A new album called 'I Am Easy to Find' and a short film are out May 17. The band also shared a single and a trailer for the Mike Mills-directed visual that stars Alicia Vikander.
Josh Terry
3.6.19
Q&As

David Bazan Remembers Everything

On 'Phoenix,' Pedro the Lion's first album in 15 years, the songwriter looks back on his Pentecostal childhood, reflecting on freedom, escape, and connection.
Alex Robert Ross
2.25.19
Noisey News

The Snake Is the Star in Vampire Weekend's "Harmony Hall" Video

It also features Jonah Hill and pancake mandalas, but look at that snake!
Colin Joyce
2.21.19
Premieres

SASAMI Finds Catharsis in the Thoughtful Rock of Her New Song ‘Free’

The single off her self-titled debut album features backing vocals by Devendra Banhart and a lovely music video filmed in Australia.
Josh Terry
2.14.19
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