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Ben Stiller's Punk Band Has Reunited, and They're Still Really Good

Listen to a rework of "Confusion," the first single from the band's first new release in 35 years.
Alex Robert Ross
Woah, Dude!

I Was a Teenager in Ben Stiller's Punk Band

Capital Punishment probably would have been forgotten with the hundreds of other bands from the early 80s, if it weren't for the fact that their drummer is Ben Stiller.
Peter Zusi

Gabriella Cohen's "Music Machine" Video Lampoons the LA Lifestyle

The Melbourne-via-Brisbane-via-California musician turns the Sunshine Coast into LA in the video for "Music Machine," her directorial debut and latest single from her sophomore album.
Shaad D’Souza
New music

Listen to Widowspeak’s Beautiful Piece of Melancholic Yearning

The New York band is set to release their fourth album August 25.
Noisey Staff
Noisey Guide To

How to Refresh Your Band with Dustin Payseur of Beach Fossils

On the cusp of the release of the band's third album 'Somersault,' we ask the band's vocalist to explain what went into keeping their sound fresh.
Cam Lindsay

Dinner's Video for "Lie" Is Uncomfortable Beauty Exemplified

The Copenhagen singer and producer's new video is probably his most vulnerable.
John Hill

PREMIERE: Charlie Hilton of Blouse Dazzles on Her Own with "Funny Anyway"

The Blouse singer channels Nico on beautiful solo debut.
Bryn Lovitt
Holy Shit

DIIV Continue to Impress with Another New Song Called "Under the Sun"

The band have released another single from their sophomore record 'Is the Is Are,' out February 5 from Captured Tracks.
Bryn Lovitt
VICE Premiere

Walter TV Shares Their New Song 'Candles' and Talks About Vaping

The band's mixture of catchy riffs, drowned-out falsetto vocals, and tangential songwriting has built them a small but dedicated following.
Charlie Ambler

PREMIERE: EZTV Jumps Into Summer on the New Single "Trampoline"

STay elevated with a breezy new track from the Captured Tracks outfit.
Noisey Staff

Watch Juan Wauters Ride a Bike and Serenade Strangers Because Duh

Watch a blissed-out new video from the friendliest guy in Queens.
Noisey Staff

The Soft Moon on Apocalyptic Nightmares and Songwriting as a Means of Finding Inner Peace

For this LP “old wounds were forcibly opened, deep anger and paranoia were manipulated into song"—yikes!—but it looks like he's finally chill.
Cam Lindsay