Eduardo Cepeda

Premieres

Stream Divino Niño's 'Foam,' a Surreal Album of Psychedelia and 70s Pop

The band is part of a movement of Latinx artists reinterpreting the sounds of their parents' birthplaces. We're premiering their new album ahead of its Friday release.
Eduardo Cepeda
6.18.19
Interviews

Emotional Oranges Are 'Normal' People Making R&B More Mysterious

Noisey spoke to the anonymous R&B group about the release of their debut EP, 'The Juice Vol. 1.'
Eduardo Cepeda
5.13.19
Premieres

Girl Ultra’s “Ella Tu Y Yo” Combines Mexican R&B With Vintage Sci-Fi

"It’s very much inspired by ‘Videodrome.' I got really hooked on science fiction movies recently, and I wanted to incorporate this reality of screens sort of taking control over our lives.”
Eduardo Cepeda
4.11.19
Premieres

Nino Augustine Is Bringing Música Urbana Back to It’s Panamanian Roots

Today, the New York label APOCALIPSIS is sharing his brilliant new single and video, "Agua."
Eduardo Cepeda
3.15.19
texas

An El Paso Dive Bar Is Serving Some of the Best Nachos in America

Not all locals agree about the future of Texas's biggest border city, but they do see eye to eye on one thing: The Tap's perfect nachos.
Eduardo Cepeda
2.9.18
1997: the year emo broke

Rainer Maria’s 'Past Worn Searching' Helped Carve a Space for Women in Emo

With their debut LP in 1997, the Wisconsin trio shook up the boys' club the genre had become.
Eduardo Cepeda
12.28.17
1997: the year emo broke

Modest Mouse’s ‘Lonesome Crowded West’ Bridged Indie Rock and Emo

On their 1997 album, the band's post-hardcore upbringings positioned them for the mid-2000s indie rock boom that was to come.
Eduardo Cepeda
11.22.17
1997: the year emo broke

Hot Water Music Bookended 1997 with Two Seminal Albums

The Florida band released a pair of iconic albums, 'Fuel for the Hate Game' and 'Forever and Counting,' and almost burned out in the process.
Eduardo Cepeda
10.27.17
1997: the year emo broke

The Get Up Kids' 'Four Minute Mile' Was the Bridge to Emo's Future

The band's 1997 debut set the tone for the teenage heartbreak and small-town ennui that would become prominent in the genre.
Eduardo Cepeda
9.29.17
1997: the year emo broke

The Promise Ring's 'Nothing Feels Good' Proved There Was Room for Pop in Emo

On their 1997 release, the band made emo more accessible, which laid the groundwork for the commercially successful acts that would follow.
Eduardo Cepeda
8.30.17
Music

'The Emo Diaries' Gave a New Genre an Identity, Then Fought to Reclaim It

The inaugural release of Deep Elm's long-running compilation series dictated the genre's DNA, from Jimmy Eat World to Samiam.
Eduardo Cepeda
7.25.17
1997: the year emo broke

At the Drive-In's 'El Gran Orgo' EP Captured a Band Struggling to Survive

The 1997 EP saw them transitioning from their rough debut to their genre-changing powerhouse 'In/Casino/Out.'
Eduardo Cepeda
6.14.17
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