Ian Curtis

Noisey Guide To

The Guide to Getting into New Order

From post-Joy Division goth to acid house on The Haçienda dancefloor, New Order are masters of rebirth. Get to know Manchester's finest better as they approach 40 years of anthems.
Jill Krajewski and Dillon Riley
4.5.18
Munchies

Think Deep Thoughts When You Make Death & Co's Joy Division Cocktail

Like the Ian Curtis's vocals, Death & Co's Joy Division is complex, dry, and highly potent. It's also deceptively simple—just Cointreau, absinthe, dry vermouth, and dry gin.
Munchies Staff
12.22.16
the worst things of all time

Some Guy Is Selling T-Shirts Celebrating Morrissey and Kurt Cobain's Death, so We Asked Him Why

Is there some deep and complex meaning at play that we are just missing every single time, or are they tasteless shitbags?
Ryan Bassil
7.23.15
Music

Coming Soon? The Joy Division Museum

At the price of $297,573, Joy Division superfan Hadar Goldman may make all of our disorderly dreams come true.
Sami Emory
5.21.15
Interviews

Joy Division’s Stephen Morris: “We Were Never Given the Opportunity to Make That Shit Third Album.”

The band's original drummer on memory, mourning, and Manchester.
Angus Harrison
2.27.15
Features

My Therapist Said I Don't Have to Listen to Joy Division Anymore

Sometimes, you have to walk away before love tears you apart.
Sarah Kurchak
6.17.13
Question Of The Day

Would You Have Been Ian Curtis's Pal?

Because he really could have used a friend to talk to.
Elise Connor, Kareem Ghezawi
5.22.12
The Music Issue

Booze Monday

Barney Sumner used to drink far too fucking much.
Barney Sumner
12.1.05