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Noisey was launched by Vice Media in 2011 as a dedicated online music channel synonymous with Vice's offbeat editorial style. As well as editorial content, the site is video-driven and as an digital resource attracts millions of readers and viewers every month.

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My Bloody Valentine: Why My Bloody Valentine's mbv Has Come Too Late To Stop The End Of The World

Comment by John Doran, Noisey, 4 February 2013

SO, WHAT THE ancient Mayans predicted has finally come to pass, and only five weeks later than expected. At the end of a 5,125 year ...

Lou Reed: I Thought That Lou Reed Would Outlive Death Itself

Obituary by John Doran, Noisey, 28 October 2013

STUPIDLY, I thought Lou Reed would outlive death itself. It wasn't just his implacable, gimlet-eyed countenance; his face already a kind of premature living death ...

Kings of Leon: Air Canada Centre, Toronto

Live Review by Juliette Jagger, Noisey, 27 February 2014

WE ALL HAVE those albums that signify turning points in our lives and define us as people in particular moments. Personally, the last time I ...

Neil Young's After The Gold Rush

Review by Juliette Jagger, Noisey, 10 October 2014

RELEASED IN THE fall of 1970, Neil Young's After The Gold Rush has over the course of the past 40 plus years become widely known ...

Bedouin Soundclash: Retrospective Reviews: Bedouin Soundclash: Sounding a Mosaic

Review by Juliette Jagger, Noisey, 14 October 2014

RECORDED AT DNA Studios in Montreal and produced by Darryl Jenifer of legendary hardcore punk band Bad Brains, Bedouin Soundclash's breakthrough album, Sounding a Mosaic, ...

Billy Talent: Retrospective Reviews: Billy Talent: Billy Talent

Review by Juliette Jagger, Noisey, 15 October 2014

BILLY TALENT'S SELF-TITLED DEBUT — what a fuckin' record that was. ...

Death From Above 1979's You're A Woman, I'm A Machine

Retrospective by Juliette Jagger, Noisey, 11 November 2014

It only took one album for the band to establish a cult following, we looked back to see what that record contained. ...

Eric Clapton, The Doors, Kim Fowley, John Lennon, Little Richard, Yoko Ono: The Domino Effect: How One of Toronto's Most Iconic Rock Concerts Almost Never Happened

Retrospective by Juliette Jagger, Noisey, 13 April 2015

FOR MANY, the Toronto Rock and Roll Revival of 1969 is the stuff of legends. For some, like famed rock promoter and pop culture icon ...

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