The founding member of iconic NYC hardcore act the Cro-Mags talks about his new memoir, hanging out with Warhol and Joe Strummer as a teenager, and why it's improbable that his band will ever reunite.
Some critics might say the fish choruses are "a little derivative of Eno's Textures."
Episode four of the brilliant new show featured an ethnically ambiguous internet troll and the odyssey-like struggle of being poor.
North Carolina declares a state of emergency after the second night of protests, Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, pledge to cure all diseases by 2100, the cast of The West Wing will campaign for Clinton in Ohio, and more.
Protests erupt in North Carolina after a fatal police shooting, Ahmad Rahami is charged with using weapons of mass destruction, Chinese hackers remotely attack the Tesla Model S, and more.
"I realized while I was in university that I didn't really want to write about other people; I just wanted to write music."
In this episode of VICE's Autobiographies, we meet up with the introverted Philly-based musician before he plays a hometown gig.
With the planet's gaze having moved on from the Olympics, Rio's neighborhood rap circles remain a vital venue for protesting police violence.
Hillary Clinton returns to the campaign trail, Florida police have arrested a suspect in the mosque fire case, Apple has already run out of its iPhone 7 Plus, and more.
Ian and Ellen talk with an Indian pop group using music to raise awareness about the hijra population, one of the world's oldest recorded third-gender communities, on the next episode of GAYCATION.
Since 2014, hip-hop has essentially been banned in the central Asian country of Tajikistan. So what have rappers done to get their songs on the radio? Compare their president to a god.
Colin Powell called Donald Trump a "national disgrace" in leaked private emails, emergency aid to Syria could arrive soon if a ceasefire holds, New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman opens inquiry into the Trump Foundation, and more.
The third episode of Donald Glover's excellent new show presents a mix of everyday struggles underscored by the threat of violence.
Tupac declined Biggie's offer to manage his career. "Nah, stay with Puff," he told Biggie. "He will make you a star."
No, you can't pay me in blow.
So Sad Today went to this year's festival to talk to musicians whose work is "sad," "dark," "nostalgic," or "melancholic" about what happiness is, what it means to them, and how to get it.
If only Ye's floating stage had been there to provide shade for the overheated and fainting models.
The headphone jack is dead, long live the choking hazard–size "AirPods."
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will outline their national security policies Wednesday, a Zika funding bill fails again in Congress, Apple is set to reveal the iPhone 7, and more.
If this country managed to export Rammstein, why shouldn't there be that one German rapper who is poppy enough to amaze an audience far beyond the borders of his or her homeland?
It took author Mike Stax 15 years to make sense of the life and times of the musician Craig Smith, who was on the brink of fame before something inside him snapped.
After seeing how much fun Malia had at Lollapalooza, how could Barry resist?
Donald Trump will travel to Mexico to meet with President Enrique Peña Nieto, President Obama grants clemency to 111 prisoners, the top ISIS strategist has been killed in Syria, and more.
On this episode of VICE's Autobiographies, we talk with London-based rapper Tinie Tempah about his journey from pop music to grime as he gets ready to release his new mixtape, Junk Food.