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Interviews

Resavoir's Spiritual Jazz Debut Offers Peace to Those Who Need It

The Chicago-based project's self-titled debut carries the looseness and optimism of a lively jam with your best buds.
Colin Joyce
13 hours ago
environment-health

When It's Not Poisoning Us, the U.S. Water System Is Robbing Us Blind

People can go into such extreme debt over unpaid water bills—even incorrect ones—that they lose their homes.
Ankita Rao
6.21.19
Rank Your Records

Titus Andronicus' Patrick Stickles Ranks All of the Band's Records

The talkative frontman looks back on his band's punk epics and lengthy Bob Dylan covers, rating them on a scale of "least best to most best."
Dan Ozzi
6.20.19
Interviews

Rafael Anton Irisarri's New Album Explores the Human Cost of Climate Change

Irisarri's new experimental album is a stark meditation on "solastalgia," the mental distress caused by the changing environment.
Lewis Gordon
6.19.19
Interviews

Haruomi Hosono Has Made So Many Great Records He Can't Remember Them All

Upon his long-awaited return to the United States for sold-out shows on both coasts, the 71-year-old Japanese legend reflects on a lifetime of playful experiments.
Sam Goldner
6.12.19
sex and relationships

Bisexual Women Explain Why They Hate Being 'Unicorn Hunted' for Threesomes

As nonmonogamous dating and polyamory have become more popular, the practice of couples using dating apps to deceive women into being their mythical 'third' is on the rise.
Sophie Hemery
6.10.19
Noisey Next

Lucky Daye Is Turning His Traumatic Religious Upbringing into Hope

The most exciting new voice in the R&B revival grew up in a Christian church that forbade him from listening to music. With his debut album, 'Painted,' he's turning his pain into song.
Kristin Corry
6.10.19
Corruption-money

The Strange Rise and Sudden Fall of the Florida Mayor Who Took on a SWAT Team

A disgraced doctor and alleged user of crack and meth managed to take over a city until he got caught. Somehow, that was just the beginning.
Francisco Alvarado
6.10.19
Features

Tim Heidecker's Divorce Album Is No Joke

The cult funnyman is known for his irreverent and outlandish comedy on Adult Swim, but his new album 'What The Brokenhearted Do…' gets real about an imaginary break-up.
Gary Suarez
6.5.19
we saw this

FORM Is More Than a Music Festival, It's a Portal to a Better Future

Through the marriage of arts and ecology, the Arizona microfest cultivates a uniquely intimate experience that blends all the best elements of festival culture and none of the worst.
Jaime Silano
6.4.19
The Noisey Guide to

The Guide to Getting Into Elton John, Pop's Most Colorful Storyteller

A new biopic called 'Rocketman,' out this week, tells the story of the songwriter himself. Here's the music you need to know going in.
Bonnie Stiernberg
5.31.19
Features

Kevin Richard Martin's New Album Explores His Son's Traumatic Early Life

The producer best known as the Bug became a father in 2014. His new record 'Sirens' explores the "dark shadows" and "absolute panic" of the first months of his son's life.
Lewis Gordon
5.30.19
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