New Brunswick trio Screaming Females are back with a blistering new record—Rose Mountain—you can check out the premiere for "Hopeless" here. They strike the perfect sweet spot between punkish angst and melodic pop nous.
Legendary filmmaker and music documentarian Lance Bangs followed the band on tour and here's part one for your viewing pleasure. Singer Marissa Paternoster admits sleep is her ultimate drug (we hear you), but their live shows are anything but a snooze. In the van, at home, in a basement, in bed, Bangs shadows the band wherever they happen to be to paint an intimate picture of Screaming Females, including Paternoster opening up about her struggle with Fibromyalgia. Just watch.
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.