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The Guide to Getting Into Brian Eno, the Playful Genius

From ambient soundtracks to alien planets to mega-hits fit for supermarkets to, uh, working with Coldplay, the legendary English producer has done it all. Here's where to start.
Dan Gentile
10.31.18
Noisey Guide To

The Guide to Getting into David Byrne

Like all good artists, he examines how we look at the world and does so using a sound that regularly shifts from genre to genre.
Jeremy Allen
3.9.18
Interviews

As the World Burns, David Byrne Is in His Office Laughing

With 'American Utopia,' the legendary musician returns with his first solo effort in 14 years. We talked to him about Trump, New York City, his fears, and how to be cheerful.
Eric Sundermann
3.8.18
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Why Did Miley Cyrus Impersonate David Byrne on 'Fallon'?

After a week of Cyrus-related questions, we are left only with more questions.
Alex Robert Ross
10.7.17
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Selena Gomez Has Crush, Wears Bell-bottoms in New "Bad Liar" Video

There's 70s wallpaper, a high school crush, and one fake mustache.
Alex Robert Ross
6.14.17
Noisey News

Selena Gomez's New Song Samples Talking Heads' "Psycho Killer" and It Slaps

David Byrne approves too!
Lauren O'Neill
5.18.17
Remembering Things

Jonathan Demme's 'Stop Making Sense' Is the Past, Present, and Future of Concert Films

Same as it ever was.
Andrea Domanick
4.29.17
Holy Shit

Chuck Berry's Reviews of Old Punk Records Are Wonderful

A rediscovered 1980 interview from 'Jet Lag' has the rock 'n' roll icon taking on The Sex Pistols, Joy Division, and The Ramones.
Alex Robert Ross
3.19.17
Drugs

How the Brain Processes Language on Acid Is a Trip

A new study found that LSD's activation of semantic pathways has implications for creativity and psychedelic therapy.
Madison Margolin
8.26.16
In Memoriam

Bernie Worrell of Parliament-Funkadelic Has Died at 72

The Parliament-Funkadelic and Talking Heads member was a synth innovator who defined generations of music.
Noisey Staff
6.24.16
Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday: Herb Score, Gil McDougald, And The Liner That Kind Of Changed Everything

This week in 1957, Indians phenom Herb Score took a line drive to the face off the bat of Gil McDougald. It changed things, but then again things tend to change.
Steven Goldman
5.5.16
thump news

David Byrne and Jamie Lidell Remix Bernie Worrell’s “How Does The Brain Wave”

All proceeds from the single going to support the Parliament Funkadelic founding member’s medical bills.
Benjamin Boles
4.6.16
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