Kim Gordon

New music

Stephen Malkmus and Kim Gordon Have a Country-Pop Song, Y'All

"Refute," taken from Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks' new album 'Sparkle Hard,' is a twangy pop song that keeps a little jaggedness.
Alex Robert Ross
The 2017 Music Issue

Photos of 'Untypical Girls' and the Radical Stages of Revolution

See excerpts of Sam Knee's forthcoming book, 'Untypical Girls: Styles and Sounds of the Transatlantic Indie Revolution,' featuring Kim Gordon, The Wrecks, Slant 6, and more.
Sam Knee

Kevin Abstract Films a Punk Rock Music Video on 'AMERICAN BOYBAND'

Tune into the new episode Thursday on VICELAND, and stick around for the latest from 'PARTY LEGENDS' and 'KING OF THE ROAD.'
VICE Staff
Instagram Report

What Musicians Were Wearing and Sharing on Instagram This Week 1/29

Making it to Snoop Dogg's IG: a power move.
Kathy Iandoli
The Music Issue

We Talked to Kim Gordon and She's Just Like Us (Not Really)

Kim Gordon sweats. Kim Gordon shits. Kim Gordon likes Rihanna's "Work."
Rebecca Haithcoat

The Weird World Of Lawrence Rothman featuring Ariel Pink, Kim Gordon, Angel Olsen

This ain’t your parents’ folk rock, not even close.
Reed Dunlea

It's a Good Time to be Peaches

The electoclash icon returns with her first album in six years and talks about the current state of feminism and sexuality within the pop world.
Bryn Lovitt

Kim Gordon Is the English Teacher of Your Dreams in a Clip from New Film 'Der Nachtmahr' by AKIZ

Kim Gordon, aliens, and William Blake poetry? Yes please.
Noisey Staff
New music

BIG|BRAVE Premiere ‘Au De La’ and Talk Musical Patterns

Montreal post-rockers discuss the value of silence, gear-oriented bands and signing to Southern Lord for the release of their second album.
Ralph Elawani
Firsties and Faves

Firsties and Faves: Girl Talking with Kim Gordon at the Burger-a-go-go

We talked to the art-rock legend about astrology, Plath, and period cramps.
Bryn Lovitt
Holy Shit

Watch Peaches Lose a Wrestling Match While Kim Gordon Shakes Her Head and Vapes

Kim Gordon is not impressed.
Noisey Staff

Tech Startup Seeks to Become the "iTunes of Art"

Put computer-made art on your wall, IRL, with Depict.
Kate Messinger