Mark Ronson will release his new album, Uptown Special, on January 27th, 2015 via RCA Records. You can stream his first single, "Uptown Funk" featuring Bruno Mars in the replies. You can also stream "Daffodils" featuring Tame Impala's Kevin Parker and "Feel Right" featuring Mystikalhere and here respectively.
Female-fronted UK rockers Marmozets' music video for "Move, Shake, Hide" can be viewed in the replies. The video captures the band's energetic live show, which caught many listeners' attention on last summer's Warped Tour as well as on the current Journeys Noise Tour with Issues. The song comes from their debut album, The Weird and Wonderful Marmozets, which is out now on Roadrunner Records.
Noel Gallagher recently sat down with Noisey for a candid interview about Morrissey, the recent Oasis reissues/rumours, Russell Brand's current quest for a revolution, getting older and his disdain for people's attitude towards paying for music. Check it out in the replies.
"It fascinates me...and infuriates me that people are more willing to sit in a coffee shop and spend a tenner on two coffees and talk about the weather to their friends, and that coffee will last 45 minutes, yet they will physically get angry at you for asking to buy an album for a tenner which will last a lifetime and might even tell you something about yourself, might even change your life, or how you dress or your...
Nicki Minaj recently faced criticism for Nazi imagery appearing in the lyric video for her recent single "Only." Nicki released an apology, while the video's director has issued a statement on Myspace admitting that elements of the video are "...representative of Nazism." The lyric video can be viewed in the replies.
As far as an explanation, I think its actually important to remind younger generations of atrocities that occurred in the past as a way to prevent them from happening in the future. And the most effective way of connecting with people today is through social media and pop culture. So if my work is misinterpreted because it’s not a sappy tearjerker, sorry I’m not sorry....
Bleachers, Lena Dunham, Janeane Garofalo, Andrew McMahon, Ingrid Michaelson and others are coming together for a variety show at The Ally Coalition’s Talent Show on December 2nd at New World Stages. Full press release in the replies.
In a new track in support of the upcoming Shady Records compilation, Eminem targets Lana del Rey in a reference to the violent attack on Janay Rice from her husband, NFL star Ray Rice. In the verse, Eminem says: “Play nice? Bitch I’ll punch Lana Del Rey right in the face twice, like Ray Rice in broad daylight in the plain sight of the elevator surveillance/ ’Til her head is banging on the railing, then celebrate with the Ravens.”
Judy Greer, Fred Armisen and Selma Blair have joined Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong in the upcoming music drama Geezer. The film will contain new songs written and performed by Billie.
“Geezer” centers on the mid-life crisis of a husband and father who, on his 40th birthday, decides to revisit his punk-rock past by throwing an extravagant party in the presidential suite of the Drake Hotel -- where he encounters his beautiful ex-girlfriend and former bandmates who have since moved on to bigger and better things.
The Financial Times is reporting YouTube has negotiated a deal with some indie labels for the launch of a music service.
People familiar with the matter said the deal was signed in recent days following months of acrimonious negotiations, in which YouTube threatened to take down music videos by artists such as Adele and the Arctic Monkeys if its demands were not met.
I'm really excited to premiere a brand new lyric video from The Classic Crime, this time for their song "All The Memories (Re-visited), off What Was Done Vol. I, their new album where they've gone back over the last decade of material and re-visited some of their favorites. Hit the replies to check out "All The Memories", and you can pick up the album over here.
Cassettes have released a new video for "Morgan Freeman," which you can watch in the replies. Their new EP, Stresslemania, is out today. To celebrate, we are giving away a free cassette of it. Be the first person to reply to this thread to win.
Allison Weiss and her band rolled their van last night driving from Denver to Salt Lake City. Luckily everyone is okay, minus a few minor injuries. A Paypal has been set up for donations to help with everyone's recovery. No Sleep Records is donating 100% of proceeds from Allison's Say What You Mean and Remember When to the group for the next 72 hours, so if you haven't checked out her music, now is the time. You can read a full statement from Allison in the replies.
Northbound started in 2012 as the solo project of Jonathon Fraser of hardcore act Sleep Patterns. You may remember when we streamed their album Death Of A Slug back in April. We are streaming their new EP, Trigger Relief, which can be heard in the replies. It was recorded, mixed, and mastered by Mat Kerekes of Citizen, who also plays drums on "Piano Hands" and guitar/guest vocals on "Nice Boy."
Up and coming Chicago act, Meat Wave have announced that they will release their new EP, Brother on January 19th via Brace Yourself Records. The band has three new songs streaming over on Noisey for you to check out. If you're a fan of Cloud Nothings, you should probably take the time to give these guys a spin.
02) Sham King
04) It's Not Alright
06) The Truth (demo)
07) I've Got Ants (demo)
Taylor Swift is absolutely right: music is art, art has real value, and artists deserve to be paid for it. We started Spotify because we love music and piracy was killing it. So all the talk swirling around lately about how Spotify is making money on the backs of artists upsets me big time. Our whole reason for existence is to help fans find music and help artists connect with fans through a platform that protects them from piracy and pays them for their amazing work. Quincy Jones posted on Facebook that “Spotify is not the enemy; piracy is the...
The Moms are currently on the Buy American Tour with Everything Ever. We will be premiering a video tour diary series throughout the tour. You can watch the first part in the replies, along with the rest of the tour dates. Buy American is out now.
If there's one thing we're all familiar with, it's the sentiment that intimate and personal lyricism is a huge part of the music we love to listen to on this website. Chicago-based indie-punk act The Downtown Struts may be an unfamiliar name for most, but their new EP Hope You're Dope, out November 18 via Pirates Press Records, is worth keeping an eye on because of the starkly blunt nature of its content. Frontman Dan Cooper chronicles his battles with bipolar disorder throughout the EP's four tracks, and it makes for a riveting listen because it's rare to see artists open up about such sensitive topics in such big ways. Stream the song "Abused" in the replies, and if you like what you...