We talked with Stephen Witt, author of the book How Music Got Free, about finding the patient zero of album leaks. Or, as Witt describes him, "the guy who destroyed the music industry to afford to put souped-up rims on his car."
If you look at True Detective's second season as its own eccentric beast instead of a failed reprisal of its first season, it just might charm you.
Politicians are leading a witch-hunt in Hunts Point to shut down all of the local strip clubs by revoking their liquor licenses.
Beer, fuelling your car and social life since 2015.
Having lost my dad suddenly at the age of four, I developed a strong bond with the bizarre, anarchic character that bordered on a kind of remote surrogacy.
In this new, original series we hang out with disability advocate and comedian Andre Arruda as he talks about the way people treat him, how he copes with assholes, and where he finds the humor in life's various obstacles.
Israel's greatest vegetarian short-story writer was in New York City—and he was hungry.
Ideally, London would not have to build a brand new $78 billion island in the Thames called "Boris."
VICE sits down for a chat with the Norwegian author of the six-volume, novelized memoir My Struggle.
With last night's eerie, mysterious opening and tense, creepy closing... Is True Detective finally taking us to the California Carcosa?
According to one theologian, Jesus Christ was both a top and a bottom.
Shop owners are flouting Australia's plain packaged cigarette laws by selling imported fags for less than you'd find them elsewhere in the city.
Taking a look back at a forgotten chapter of queer history with novelist Lisa Davis.
6degree.org aims to close the gap between caring about human trafficking and doing something to help its victims.
When Rihanna chose Sanam to be her henchwoman in her iconic BBHMM video, she sent her a message: "I think you're so fucking rare."
Satanists are all about freedom, and isn't today Independence Day?
Like Medieval martyrs before her, Amy fell to a fate that was only inevitable because we willed it so.
Fuck the Fourth of July.
Before you start singing "I'm Proud to Be an American" this Fourth of July, take a look at how the international community views the good ol' US of A.
Why is everyone losing their shit over the ABC airing the views of someone who said something that could possibly be interpreted as a pro-terrorism sentiment, but not bothered by newspapers whose editorials and front pages seemed specifically geared to in…
From Alana Francis, who's exhibiting scans of her facial reconstruction surgery, to Genesis P-Orridge, who had a bunch of surgery to resemble h/er late wife.
If you've never worked in a clothing, books or record store, you have no fucking idea what real life is.
With the draft plans released for the National Program for Excellence in the Arts, funding for our art is going to get a lot cosier with government.
The word "list" might be a tad generous for what appears to be a vague sort-of mind-map, sketched out on scraps of paper in the back of old Filofaxes and discussed tersely over instant coffees made by the intern.