Unknown Mortal Orchestra
If You Haven’t Been Listening to Unknown Mortal Orchestra This Summer, You’ve Been Fuckin’ Up
'Sex & Food' is one of the year's best psychedelic records, so we talked to Ruban Nielson about what's coming next.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra Faithfully Cover David Bowie's "Oh, You Pretty Things"
Recorded for a Sirius XMU session, it stays true to the original, right down to the apocalyptic undertones.
Alex Robert Ross
Unknown Mortal Orchestra Listens to Dave Matthews Band for the First Time
Welcome to Blind Spots, in which we force some of our favorite artists to finally check out the most famous albums they've never heard.
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Mike Dean Introduces Dice SoHo as His First Signee on Noisey Radio
Tune into episode 145 this Saturday at 9 AM EST/6 AM PST and Sunday 9 PM EST/6 PM PST when Ruban Nielson, Earl Swavey, and Cypress Moreno and Rosecrans Vic also join us for Noisey Radio on Beats 1.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra Get Down and Dirty on "American Guilt"
On their new single, ahead of an upcoming tour, the New Zealand psych-rockers are mad as hell and they're not going to take it anymore.
Announcing Desert Daze 2017 with Spiritualized, Courtney Barnett, Kurt Vile, and More
Ladies and gentlemen, the lineup is floating in space.
Embrace Unknown Mortal Orchestra's New Track "First World Problem"
Thank you for the funk. This is both horn-y and kinda horny, if you catch our drift.
Kim Taylor Bennett
It's Lit Upon the Lake: How Whitney Became a Real Band for Real People
The Chicago band's songwriters talk about Ludacris's Instagram and moving on from past projects with their new album 'Light Upon The Lake.'
Attention NYC! Noisey Presents Two Nights of Unknown Mortal Orchestra and Lower Dens at Irving Plaza
Unknown Mortal Orchestra are set to close out their 2016 tour with us for two back to back shows.
We Attended a Music Festival with a Bunch of Fearless Teens
“My dad has no idea where I am right now.”
The Make Believe Issue
August's Best and Worst Albums
Royal Headache rules, Hot Chip reminds us that British white dudes can't dance, and the new Mac Demarco mini-LP inspired a hallucinatory experience involving characters from "The X-Files."
Unknown Mortal Orchestra's Ruban Nielson Doesn't Want to Be Lonely Again
The band's new record 'Mult-Love' was born out of polygamy, drugs, and a desire to put the guitar down.