Noisey are pleased to present the video for "Stoke the Fire", taken from Darkstar's third album 'Foam Island'.
Here's a quote from Darkstar on the video: "Cieron travelled up to West Yorkshire to document the people that contributed to the record. People over the space of three months who have become an intrinsic part of not only the record but also our lives. They allowed us to document their day to day living and the video Cieron has produced encapsulates that. We are overwhelmed with the result and believe he's captured the process and journey of making this album perfectly".
"SVDDXNLY" chronicles the ascension of one of raps brightest young stars, A$AP Rocky. From home videos and interviews with friends and family, to the very first seminal moments of his career caught on tape, Rocky takes viewers behind the scenes into his life as he takes A$AP from Harlem, to the world.
In 1991, at the height of its popularity, the New York hardcore band Judge broke up, leaving a long and storied career of incredible music and hyper-violent gigs for the history books. In the decades that followed, Judge's meager output became hardcore punk 101 for much of the growing scene who built upon their metal-tinged riffs and attitude. While the legend grew, lead singer Mike Ferraro virtually disappeared, only to reemerge in 2013 at Webster Hall to headline one of the most respected hardcore punk festivals in the country, Black N’ Blue Bowl. Noisey caught up with the revered frontman during, before and after his triumphant return to the stage.
Noisey is proud to present NOLA: Life, Death and Heavy Blues from the Bayou, a seven-part series examining the people and the culture that helped foster bands like DOWN, Eyehategod, Crowbar, Goatwhore and many more.
The second editon of Noisey Jamaica is a look into the revolutionary new young reggae movement led by charismatic artists like Chronixx and Jesse Royal. Presented by Major Lazer's Walshy Fire and also featuring controversial new dancehall artists like Alkaline, Noisey Jamaica travels from downtown to the beaches to report on one of the most exciting periods in Jamaica's rich musical history, including a look at the influence of Vybz Kartel, currently incarcerated for murder.