The Story of the Very First Thing Securely Sold on the Internet

25 years ago, a college kid named Dan Kohn had the novel idea to let people buy things online. The first thing he ever sold was a Sting solo album.


I Drank Milkshakes With Tommy Genesis

The Canadian rapper and visual artist had a conversation with Noisey about sculpture, sci-fi, and spatial synesthesia.


David Bazan Remembers Everything

On 'Phoenix,' Pedro the Lion's first album in 15 years, the songwriter looks back on his Pentecostal childhood, reflecting on freedom, escape, and connection.


VanJess Go Deeper than Nostalgia with Their 90s-Style R&B

We spoke to the sibling duo about vulnerability and inspiring girls from the West African diaspora, as visible, black R&B artists.


The Kurupt FM Guys Tell Us All the Ways to Fuck Off Forever

The last season of 'People Just Do Nothing' starts today, so here's Grindah, Beats, Steves and Chabuddy G's advice for you on leaving jobs, friendships, group WhatsApps and more.


The Unapologetic Devotion of Hiss Golden Messenger's MC Taylor

The North Carolina songwriter speaks on his career spanning box set 'Devotion,' the questions he’s still asking himself, and being a father.


Dizzee Rascal Hates Interviews, But He Still Gave Us One

We caught up with the grime legend shortly after the release of his triumphant new EP 'Don't Gas Me' and found an MC tired of questions.


Yowler's Tumultuous New Album Is One of 2018's Best Indie Rock Records

After a time of change and growth, Maryn Jones made 'Black Dog In My Path' a record almost as turbulent as the world is. It's streaming in full here today.


Jarreau Vandal Is More Than a Pop Star Remix Mastermind

We chatted genre, "Soundcloud DJ" stigma and club culture on a day out graffiti tagging with the Dutch producer.


José Andrés Thinks Olives Are a Trojan Horse

The legendary chef opens up about humanitarianism, his motivation, and how olives make him feel like an American.


Kojo Funds Is the Afro-Swing King of the UK’s Black Diaspora

The London MC taps into his west African and Caribbean heritage, and talks to us about the pivot he's made away from street life.


This Is Jon Hopkins' Brain on Drugs

At his London studio, he talks to us about how new album 'Singularity' condenses the feeling of a transcendent high into pulsing techno.