The Composers for 'Stranger Things' Are Careful to Not Be Cheesy
"There's this term that people use to describe the music that we make for 'Stranger Things,' and it's kind of a caricature of itself, so we really don't want to do that."
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Emotional Oranges Are 'Normal' People Making R&B More Mysterious
Noisey spoke to the anonymous R&B group about the release of their debut EP, 'The Juice Vol. 1.'
Holly Herndon's New, AI-Spawned Album Is Full of Humanity
For 'PROTO,' the artist and her collaborators built an AI that was trained on their voices. The music it produced is eerie at times, but it's full of life.
Pink Sweat$ Is Putting Love Back in R&B
Philadelphia singer isn't afraid to sing about love, even if it's dysfunctional.
Alsarah Wrote a Song for the Sudanese Uprising
The Sudan-born Alsarah and the Nubatones singer has done the only thing an artist an ocean away from her people and their struggles can do.
A Pensive Trip to the Museum with Big Thief's Adrianne Lenker
As the Brooklyn band release their third album 'U.F.O.F.', I took Lenker to a slightly creepy childhood museum to talk tours, John Prine, and the intangible.
The Glow’s Fuzzy Debut Album Ponders the Big Questions
Written both before and after the breakup of his beloved band LVL UP, Mike Caridi’s ‘Am I’ considers old memories and existential questions.
Maya B's "Dollar to a Diamond" Is Motivation for Better Days
The California artist’s visual for “Dollar to a Diamond” proves you can’t put a dollar amount on self-worth.
Pile’s Rick Maguire Gave Up Everything for His Band and He’d Do It All Again
You'd think 12 years of work would've worn Maguire down, but that couldn't be further from the truth.
Kelsey Lu Had to Manifest Hopeful Pop from Pain
We met the pop cellist and singer in London, hearing about the tumultuous journey behind her stunning debut album 'Blood.'
Nico Segal and Nate Fox's New Project Intellexual Is Charming and Complex
The Social Experiment members took some time away from Chance to enlist their friends to make a lush new album inspired by ‘70s singer-songwriters.
Don't Apologize Quincy Jones, You Living Legend
Giving two of the best interviews in recent memory is nothing to be sorry about??