sex and relationships
A Definitive Guide to Getting Into Strap-Ons
Here's everything to consider, whether you're young and queer and looking for new ways to have sex or interested in pegging your boyfriend.
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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.
Suzi Wu’s Just Been Signed to Def Jam and Here’s Her New Video
“Highway” is about roads, UK rave culture and everything in between.
Sorry Wrote a Thumping, Eerie Jealousy Anthem
We're premiering "Jealous Guy"—no, not that one—from the South London band today.
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Meet Theodor Black, the South London Rapper Blending Jazz and Ambience
The 20-year-old used to be part of the Reservoir music collective—but now he's going out on his own. Check his track and video “WEEKENDS” right here.
I Drank Milkshakes With Tommy Genesis
The Canadian rapper and visual artist had a conversation with Noisey about sculpture, sci-fi, and spatial synesthesia.
Who the Hell is Jimi Somewhere?
The 20-year-old is being hailed as Norway’s answer to Kevin Abstract. We’re premiering a song and video from his second EP, PONYBOY.
Queen Zee Sound Like the Future of British Rock
Part Marilyn Manson, part Dead or Alive, the Liverpool five-piece and their self-titled debut are pure, joyous energy.
Grand Pax is the Melancholy, Nocturnal Sound of London
The singer and producer is making weird trip-pop beats that give off the energy of her home city. We’re premiering new release “Bunk” today.
We Asked People the Weirdest Fantasies They Have While Listening to Music
“I would imagine screaming the lyrics over this cliff edge, hurling all the anger at my family and friends below.”
Angel-Ho Makes Genuinely Radical Electronic Music
Ahead of debut album, 'Death Becomes Her', we're premiering the Cape Town artist's new Gaika- and Bon-produced track and video, “Pose”.
A Brief History of Pop Music's Obsession with the Age of Seventeen
Sharon Van Etten’s brilliant song “Seventeen” follows a tradition that you can trace back through the timeline of pop music.