The Oceans Are Getting Stormier
"These changes have impacts that are felt all over the world.”
The tsunami in Indonesia may not be over yet
More than 400 people are dead in the aftermath of a monster tsunami in Indonesia, and more destruction might still be on the way.
This Ring That Controls Sound Will Impress Your Nerd-Ass Friends
Will the Icelandic invention revolutionize music technology, or just turn your shitty friend into the Iron Man of DJs?
Donovan Wolfington: Dead and Loving It
Hear the band go out on top with a song from ‘WAVES,’ their final (and best) album.
Wave Music Is a Marketing Tactic, Not a Microgenre
Like lo-fi house, it’s just an algorithm-friendly sound, packaged as a movement.
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Scientists Recreated the Elusive Rogue Wave in a Lab
Do wind patterns have anything to do with these destructive deep-ocean monsters?
Six-Storey Monster Wave Height Sets a New World Record
The sea was angry that day, my friends.
UPDATE: Max B Is Getting Out of Prison Early
The New York rapper is coming home early, Noisey confirms. His 75-year sentence has been reduced.
The Fat White Family Invite You to Dance to "The Beat of Human Hatred" on Their Latest Single
"Whitest Boy On The Beach" is the band's most upbeat offering yet.
Why Does the NYPD Think Dance Teams Are Street Gangs?
New York City cops are lumping dance crews together with actual street gangs, and experts say this assumption is dangerously misguided.
How Guys Should Greet One Another in 2014
Clumsy ways of greeting other males sometimes catch men off guard. We've summed up some of the most popular greetings, complete with instructions and GIFs, as well as the mortifying pitfalls of fucking them up.
Italy's New Wave Scene Was the Product of Vintage Filesharing
Long before Joseph Gorden-Levitt's hitRECord, where creatives upload unfinished content in an attempt to produce collaborative work, squatters from northern Italy were making their own crowdsourced art and music projects.