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New music

Hüsker Dü's Long Lost 1982 Master Tape Is Now Available

Following the death of drummer Grant Hart, the songs are now digitally available.
Tim Scott
10.23.17
Noisey News

Grant Hart, Hüsker Dü Drummer and Songwriter, Dies at 56

The news was confirmed by his bandmate, Bob Mould, Thursday morning.
Alex Robert Ross
9.14.17
New music

You Can Now Listen to Pristine Remixes of Hüsker Dü's Early Songs

Dü you want to stream the three-disc collection now? Of course you dü.
Phil Witmer
9.5.17
Music

This Weekend's Fed Up Fest Proved Queercore's Not Dead

As 24 queer bands blew eardrums in Chicago, the gathering served as a reminder of what made queercore so great in the first place.
Conor Bezane
8.4.16
VICELAND

Matty Matheson’s 'Dead Set on Life' Is the Best TV Show in the World

We spoke to Matty Matheson about becoming a dad, a TV star, and a celebrity chef all in one year.
VICE Staff
7.7.16
Premieres

Stream Power Pop Powerhouse Molly's New LP 'Peach Melba' in Full

The young Danish band welcomes their new LP, and maybe you should get one.
Noisey Staff
4.7.15
Premieres

FACT: If You Love Power Pop, You're Gonna Love Molly's New Video for "Bagu Bagu"

Helloooooo, Husker Du!
Noisey Staff
2.19.15
Interviews

We Talk to Squirrel Bait’s David Grubbs About the Only Known Footage of the Band

And it just happens to be them opening for US punk icons in 1985.
Tim Scott
7.22.14
Presented By Budweiser

I Went Driving Down Memory Lane with Hüsker Du's Bob Mould

The Hold Steady's Craig Finn came along for the ride too.
Kim Taylor Bennett
7.15.14
Presented By Budweiser

Shooting the Shit with Babes in Toyland's Lori Barbero

A riot grrrl original, Lori is a Minneapolis music scene mainstay with stories to spare.
Kim Taylor Bennett
7.11.14
Presented By Budweiser

Lance Bangs in Conversation with Tommy Stinson of The Replacements

Documentary filmmaker and director of Noisey's Made in America series, Lance Bangs, talks to Tommy about Minneapolis, his brother Bob, and The Replacements' early days to now.
Noisey Staff
7.10.14
Features

My Favorite Soundtrack: 'Adventureland'

An 80s reimagining of your adolescence in which Aviici becomes Falco, Odd Future become Rush and “White Noise” by Disclosure becomes “Let The Music Play” by Shannon.
Clive Martin
4.22.14
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