The Rhythm Method on the Story Behind their Song, "Sex And The Suburbs"
The springy, disco-lite number is from the London band's debut album. Here are some more facts about the pop duo.
Greentea Peng Makes Music to Soothe a Battered, Weary Soul
The 23-year-old's debut EP 'Sensi' feels like lying in tall grass or lighting a fat incense stick. But its calm comes from an intense time in her life.
Why Hasn’t There Been a Huge UK Girl Band Since Little Mix?
A series of new groups have been hotly tipped but failed to make it big—but maybe the concept itself has become outdated.
10 Years After Burial’s Unmasking, He's Still a Superhero
A decade ago this month, Burial revealed his identity on MySpace—is it now impossible to have a secret one?
Xanny, Make It Go Away: How Benzos Infiltrated UK Music
The anti-anxiety prescription drug hopped over the Atlantic to impact DJs, producers and fans alike.
Pour Out a Pinot Grigio for Skepta’s Seismic “High Street” Verse
This 2013 Blood Orange feature marked the beginning of his reinvention.
Coco Won’t Pretend to Be Someone He’s Not
The Sheffield MC on his first 16, working with Toddla T and making positivity his MO.
The Noisey Guide To Music and Mental Health
No Smoking in the Booth: What Happens When Skunk, Music, and Psychosis Meet
Our new documentary on THC, grime, and mental health.
Greatest UK MCs of All Time
The UK's Greatest MCs, Number 5: Ms Dynamite
She may have only released two studio albums but her imprint on British music remains as strong and influential as ever.
RIP, The British Music Industry
Guess which man beat ZAYN, Blossoms and Jack Garratt to become the best selling British debut of 2016?
Celebrate World Radio Day with London's Pirate Radio Scene
Today is World Radio Day, a holiday put on by the eponymous organization dedicated to celebrating all things radio. We live in a world inundated with triple-HD TVs the size of an entire wall, and it's easy to forget -- even if you listen to one of...