Also revealed: the army's links to a controversial mining company.
Conviction figures released exclusively to VICE reveal lots of information about the way the UK trades in drugs. We look at the reasons why black people are represented so disproportionately.
Plus words on its creation by composer David Housden.
Read an excerpt from a new book devoted to one of the most recognizable pieces of music on the planet.
Gunship's "The Mountain" uses the game's Rockstar Editor to produce an homage to 1980s action movies.
Everybody from Liars to Battles to Deerhoof and the Dirty Projectors owe a great debt to the Mothmen's interlocking riffs and rhythms, whether they know it or not.
The music video for "B Minor" pairs Kid606's drony, ambient music with geometrical animation by artist Jeanette Bonds.
Check out the genesis of BunnyLord, the anthropomorphic overlord of Not a Hero.
It's the first big PlayStation 4 exclusive of 2015, but Ready at Dawn's steampunk-ish Victorian shooter will prove of select appeal.
Record Store Day is a time every third Saturday in April when vinyl nerds worldwide spend hours in line outside music shops and drop hundreds of dollars on waxy black discs. Some of it's good, and some of it should be avoided like botulism.
Earlier this month, we released our annual fashion issue in print. As per usual, the iPad edition of the issue is bursting with dope, new shit that you have to see to believe.
Django Django became obsessed with the infamous Indian Well of Death riders in Allahabad. So, naturally, they asked Noisey if we'd be up for traveling to India and standing in the middle of large lumps of speeding metal to film a video for their track "WO…
Now that Lil Reese has upped the ante on "Traffic" by tapping Young Jeezy and Chicago legend Twista for the remix, I'm considering hijacking a gypsy cab just so I can hear the banger properly.
So Sleeping Bag is a band that we really like. That being said, the selling point of their video for "Still Life" is Smoosh the cat.
Being a long-time armchair sports fan, I volunteered to work unpaid on the London 2012 team. It was the Games' official slogan—"Inspire a Generation"—that convinced me. "I am that generation," I thought to myself. "So this must be my time!"