Expert Witness with Robert Christgau
Robert Christgau on Ariana Grande's Garden of Sonic Delights
The Dean of American Rock Critics reviews Grande's 'Sweetener' and 'thank u, next,' Robyn's 'Honey,' and albums from Diana Gordon and Amber Mark.
Holy Shit, There are a Ton of New Songs Out Today
Do you like music? Here’s a bunch of it from the Black Keys, Local Natives, M83, Khalid, and more, all in one place.
Read Some Of Noisey's Best Interviews of 2018
From an interview with Snail Mail to a chat with Robyn, check out some of what you may have missed this year.
Noisey UK Staff
Pop Stars Are Dismantling the Stigma Around Going to Gigs Solo
How acts like Robyn – with her recent secret-gig social app – and Rina Sawayama are finding innovative ways to unite their fans IRL.
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Stream of the Crop: 13 New Albums for Heavy Rotation
New albums from Robyn, Julia Holter, and IAN SWEET top this week's list.
Robyn Fights Like Hell for Optimism on 'Honey'
Eight years since ‘Body Talk,’ Robyn returns with a tender, unexpected album.
The Enduring Cult of Robyn
The Swedish pop icon is back with 'Honey,' her first album in eight years. We hung out with her to speak about it.
Robyn Returns with New Dancefloor Tearjerker "Missing U"
After eight years, the Swedish singer releases the long-awaited single that will definitely be a new anthem for us to cry in the club to.
Watch Robyn Attend Robyn-Themed Party in New Short Film
New single "Missing U" will come to streaming services on Wednesday. In the meantime, you can watch the singer attend a party in her honor in Brooklyn.
Alex Robert Ross
Robyn’s “Dancing On My Own” Is Still an Undeniable Queer Banger
This tune—and the club night that carried its name—continues to illuminate the isolating, beautiful parts of the queer experience.
Ben Charlie Smoke
Robyn and More Sign Open Letter Against Abuse in the Swedish Music Industry
Tove Lo, First Aid Kit, and Zara Larsson are also among those who have put their names to the statement.
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The xx's New Short Film Is a Very Sincere Celebration of South London
The 22-minute short, made during their recent Night + Day residency, tries to tackle community and music all at once.