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The Guide to Getting into PJ Harvey, Grunge’s Apocalyptic Godmother
From her 90s rock roots to the folk war poetry that came later, PJ is an artist who has inhabited many lives. Here's everything you need to know.
I Took Eva from Charly Bliss on a Very Fancy High Tea Date
We met up with the NYC alt-rock vocalist to talk musicals, Tinder and terrible kisses. Oh, and there were loads of tiny cakes.
Ona Could Be the Next Great Rock Band
The West Virginia band's adventurous and infectious new album, 'Full Moon, Heavy Light,' takes them to the next level. We're exclusively streaming it here ahead of its Friday release.
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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.
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.
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.
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Porridge Radio's Indie-Pop Is Wild, Contradictory and *So* Great
We find out more about the London/Brighton band, as they release their second new track of 2019, "Don't Ask Me Twice."
Institute’s Freak-Punk Tries to Make Sense of a Disorienting World
Vocalist Moses Brown opens up about their new single “Deadlock” and new album ‘Readjusting the Locks’: “What are you doing if you’re not addressing this absurd world?”
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.
The 'GoT' Creators Have Hidden the Show's Ending in... a Spotify Playlist?
Please analyze the hell out of this Rage Against the Machine song and tell us who will be king.
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.
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Introducing 'All The Good Sh*T', a Rolling New Music Playlist From Noisey UK
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