Expert Witness with Robert Christgau
Robert Christgau on the Most Affecting Political Album of Our Era
The Dean of American Rock Critics finds insight and urgency in Superchunk's 'What a Time to Be Alive.'
stream of the crop
Stream of the Crop: 8 New Albums for Heavy Rotation
New albums from American Pleasure Club, Superchunk, and Nipsey Hussle top this week's list of essential new projects.
Alex Robert Ross
Noisey Guide To
The Guide to Getting into Superchunk
How to delve into the immersive and varied catalog of one of indie rock's most seminal bands.
Superchunk's New Single with Waxahatchee and Stephin Merritt Effing Rules
"Erasure" is probably the closest you'll get to an alt-rock supergroup.
Superchunk Are Back with a New Album, a New Single, and Some New Anger
The indie band's 11th studio album, 'What a Time to Be Alive,' is out February 16.
Alex Robert Ross
Tom Scharpling and Jon Wurster Tell Us What Rocks, Rots, and Rules
Ahead of two shows celebrating the 20th anniversary of their legendary skit, we speak with Scharpling and Wurster about 'The Best Show,' Ed Sheeran, and Mac DeMarco.
Rank Your Records
Rank Your Records: Laura Ballance Ruthlessly Rates Superchunk’s Ten Albums
The band's run in the 1990s was unparalleled: seven full-lengths, two compilations, and a handful of indie rock's greatest anthem.
PREMIERE: Contemplate Your Flaws With Mo Troper's "Paint"
With a guitar riff that sounds like it was pulled straight out of 80s arena rock, Mo Troper’s latest single “Paint” off his upcoming album Beloved is guaranteed to get your heart pumping faster.
we saw this
Ground Control Touring's 15th Anniversary Show Melted Down New York City's Webster Hall
Just look at this goddamn list of performers: Deer Tick, Kurt Vile, Lee Ranaldo, Parquet Courts, Rainer Maria, Superchunk, Waxahatchee, Woods, Perfect Pussy, Speedy Ortiz, Titus Andronicus, and more.
Noisey Presents: Ground Control Touring 15th Anniversary Celebration at Webster Hall
Conor Oberst! Superchunk! Kurt Vile! Waxahatchee! Parquet Courts! Titus! Speedy! Way more in one venue December 2!
Fucked Up's Damian Abraham Nerds Out and Interviews Tom Scharpling and Jon Wurster About 'The Best Show'
The Fucked Up frontman finds out how they’re bringing the show's massive world from the radio to the stage for a West Coast live tour.
My Favorite Soundtrack: 'SubUrbia'
The 1996 Giovanni Ribisi film is not good, it's not bad, it's just depressing. Killer songs though.