indie

Premieres

Strange Ranger’s New Song Is Just Searching for Answers

The Philadelphia indie band’s “Living Free” from their new LP ‘Remembering The Rockets’ is cinematic and resonant.
Josh Terry
6.13.19
Premieres

Taylor Janzen Thought Her New EP Was Almost Too Raw to Release

We're streaming the 19-year-old Canadian singer-songwriter's 'Shouting Matches' in full ahead of its Friday release.
Avery Stone
5.1.19
Noisey News

Tink Returns With New Project, 'Voicemails'

The Chicago artist follows up 2018's 'Pain & Pleasure' with 'Voicemails,' a 12-track project released independently.
Kristin Corry
4.29.19
health care

The 'Dwarf Fortress' Creators Weren't in It For Money, But Now They Need It

For 12 years, 'Dwarf Fortress' has been a free video game. It's finally coming to Steam, but only after rising health care costs forced their hand.
Patrick Klepek
3.28.19
Games Features

Giving Workers Equal Power Isn't Radical. This Studio's Done It For Years.

Canadian developer KO_OP has been experimenting with the co-op model long before America's socialism flirtation—and it's working.
Patrick Klepek
3.12.19
Noisey News

The Snake Is the Star in Vampire Weekend's "Harmony Hall" Video

It also features Jonah Hill and pancake mandalas, but look at that snake!
Colin Joyce
2.20.19
free play

Becalm's Kaleidoscopic Reality Helped Me Find Peace in My Own

Take some time today to embark on a colorful voyage to nowhere.
Natalie Watson
1.25.19
New music

Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst Just Released a Whole-Ass LP Together

The two singer-songwriters released their self-titled debut as Better Oblivion Community Center overnight, after a performance on 'Colbert.'
Alex Robert Ross
1.24.19
New music

With "Harmony Hall" and "2021," Vampire Weekend Are Finally Back

They're the first singles from the long-awaited 'Father of the Bride,' set for an April release.
Alex Robert Ross
1.24.19
Noisey

Hear a New Song from The Cranberries' Final Album with Dolores O’Riordan

"All Over Now" is the first single from 'The End,' due out on April 26.
Alex Robert Ross
1.15.19
The Noisey Advent Calendar

Only Fucked Up Could Save "Do They Know It's Christmas?"

The original Band Aid single stunk real bad, but a star-studded, indie rock remake in 2009—featuring Bob Mould, Tegan & Sara, and David Cross—turned it upside down.
Alex Robert Ross
12.24.18
The Noisey Advent Calendar

With "Santa's Coming Over," Low Embraced a Creepy-Ass Christmas

The Duluth trio's "Just Like Christmas" might be the indie classic, but the terrifying "Santa's Coming Over" deserves more attention.
Alex Robert Ross
12.23.18
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