Day Wave


Launder's Breathy Shoegaze Should Turn Him Into an Indie Star

Listen to John Cudlip's first project as Launder, produced by Day Wave's Jackson Phillips, and featuring DIIV's Zachary Cole Smith and French singer-songwriter Soko.


Governors Ball Got Canceled so We Put on VICELAND's First-Ever Live TV Extravaganza

Our friends Desus Nice, The Kid Mero, Ezra Koenig, iLoveMakonnen, Day Wave, Despot, Thomas Morton, and Wilbert Cooper all stopped by to say hello.


Mark Hoppus "Reacts" to Day Wave's New Ultra High Budget Video For "Stuck"

Mark is the most excited man in America.


The Best Shit We Saw at SXSW 2016

A week in Texas that featured tacos and margs and hoverboards and networking and, most importantly, music.


Kehlani, Beach Slang, Mick Jenkins, and More Played Last Night's SXSW Noisey/JanSport Bonfire Sessions

The lineup was what we like to call "genre agnostic." And then Future showed up to see what was up.


Announcing Noisey and JanSport Bonfire Sessions at SXSW: Kehlani, Mick Jenkins, Beach Slang, and More

The inaugural event of the 2016 season of The JanSport Bonfire Sessions is here, baby!


Stuck on Day Wave, California's Melancholy Dreamer

We paid a visit to Jackson Phillips's Oakland home before his new EP 'Hard to Read' comes out to see where he makes the laid-back music that's grabbing tastemakers' attention.


Day Wave Drops "Stuck" But Doesn't Sound Stuck at All

This Oakland kid just keeps pumping out the (introspective) hits.


Monday Just Got So Much Better: Here's Day Wave's New Song "Gone"

Oakland's most promising solo star and general magic maker Jackson Phillips announces a new EP with this lay-back-and-float-on tune.


The Noisey Editors’ Best and Worst of 2015: Kim Taylor Bennett

From the best sex record to the article she shed the most tears while writing, editor Kim Taylor Bennett compiles her totally random round up of 2015.


The New Day Wave Song "You Are Who You Are" Will Make You Feel Extremely Fine

Currently on tour with Albert Hammond Jr. this Oakland one man band drops another aural pick-me-up.