The compelling and charismatic performer returns.
In part one of THUMP's three-part look at the Jersey Club movement, they head back to where it all began—Newark—to help break down some of the elements that make the scene's music and culture so enthralling.
From the makers of Noisey Chiraq comes a new ten-part series documenting the Atlanta rap scene. Hosted by Thomas Morton and directed by Andy Capper, the series stars artists like 2 Chainz, Gucci Mane, Migos, Rich Homie Quan, Young Thug, and more.
Check this British band out if you're into EYEHATEGOD but prefer scotch to bourbon. Their latest track boasts a blend of stoner doom riffs punctuated by bursts of crusty hardcore.
In the past few years, Bob Sillerman has become notorious in the dance music industry for buying up a string of once-independent rave promoters in order to take the once-underground culture to Wall Street.
NYE doesn't have to be a squalid shambles...
Twenty-plus years later, the hip-hop classic unfortunately still speaks to the social injustice in America.
Composer and sound artist Holly Herndon organized a five-part performance at the museum to explore how technology can mediate natural sounds to create a "hyper-intimate" experience.
James Murphy partnered up with IBM and transformed algorithmic data generated by professional tennis matches into an ethereal soundscape punctuated by funky-ass dance tunes.
Swooning to the tune of three days around The Sup.
THUMP's Editor-in-Chief talked to Robinson in the artist's hometown, Chapel Hill, North Carolina about his banner year, writer's block, and some surprising insights about that whole EDM thing.
In the first episode of Noisey IRL, we celebrate the end of the year by heading to Times Square and seeing what people (and Elmo) thought about music in 2014. Apparently, not too many people know who Drake is.
It's the opposite of Pandora—it doesn't play what you already like, it plays what you might end up loving.
An up-and-coming Toronto rapper with ties to the Weeknd was apprehended by Toronto Police for 15 human trafficking charges.
All you have to do is tweet us your favorite Ghost lyric with the hashtag #VICE36seasons.
Any schmuck can wire a condenser mic up to GarageBand and record himself alt-whining while a USB-powered fan makes ripples on his 'Abbey Road' wall tapestry. The Danger Boys, however, make that tired schtick sound genuinely great.
2014, or as it's better known, The Waking Dream Between Kanye Albums, is almost to an end. While we wait for the slumbering giant that is Kanye West to rouse himself so we can see if we actually exist or not, what do we even talk about in a year-end round…
The German producer known for creating tracks about the World Chess Championship and the Pope's travel plans is releasing Yoshiwara—his most ambitious project to date.
"Who's Drake? Lou, do you know who Drake is? I don't know who that is, but he's probably an idiot."
Welcome to Nocturnal Lands, where rain forces the DJ to close his set two hours early, kids attend with their parents, and you can't run 50 feet without coming across something that reminds you of Instagram.
On Tuesday, Swedish authorities raided and shut down the world's most notorious torrent site.
We got our writers to pick their bangers of the year.
"What's interesting is that the average purity of ecstasy tablets in the UK has gone up by five times in five years: an average of 20 mg in 2009 to 100 mg now."
Starting today we'll be releasing footage from each of the sets, beginning with Pussy Riot's cover of Le Tigre's "Deceptacon" and Jarvis Cocker's rousing rendition of "The Power of Love."