Cloud Nothings Listens To Rush’s ‘2112’ for the First Time
Frontman Dylan Baldi finally dives into his parents’ favorite band’s best album.
Air Drummer at Ravens Game Absolutely Nails Rush's 'Tom Sawyer'
The man, a drummer in the Ravens' marching band, knows his Rush, knows it real well.
Liam Daniel Pierce
Why Hardcore Poppers Enthusiasts are Making Their Own at Home
Poppers are expensive, and you barely know what's in them half the time. That's why some are skipping the sex shop and braving the risks to home brew.
Turns Out Poppers Are Good for Things Besides Butt Sex
Can my little amber bottles of "video head cleaner" actually clean my video heads?
Geddy Lee in the Limelight: An Appreciation of the Blue Jays' Greatest Fan And Biggest Nerd
Rush's frontman is a more loyal sports fan than some other local musicians we know.
Noisey Canada Staff
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I Grew as a Person and It Sucks
The longer I stay out of the game, the more I see my intentions behind things—the way I sexualize life.
So Sad Today
I Gotta Have My Pops: Artisanal Poppers Are the Next Big Thing in Butt Sex
Even poppers have locally sourced, boutique blends these days. How do they stack up?
VICE Canada Hazed Its Resident American for Canada Day
How many Canadian clichés, from BC Bud to poutine to shinny, can one person handle in a day? We found out.
My Life as a Kleptomaniac
It still shocks me when people react negatively to my stealing. I guess part of the horror/beauty of mental illness is the totally blinkered relationship you develop with risk. Getting busted doesn't even occur to me.
Instigate Sonic Violence: A Not-so-Brief History of the Synthesizer’s Impact on Heavy Metal
Locrian's Terence Hannum explores the profound impact that synthesizers have had on heavy music, from Queen to Iron Maiden to Mayhem.
We Interviewed the Guy from Rush’s 1985 ‘Power Windows’ Cover
“You know, I wasn’t a fan of the band.”
Rush at 40: Still Breaking Boundaries, Still Down with the Nerds
Legendary bassist, keyboardist, vocalist, and prog wizard Geddy Lee talks 'R40 Live,' nerd love, and why heavy metal was better in the Seventies.