Composer and multi-instrumentalist William Ryan Fritch's new video for the haunting track "Thankless Deeds" offers the kind of cultish visuals that sear into your brain and keep you up at night.
Last month, VICE turned the big 2-0, so we threw a huge party to celebrate. Everybody from Lil Wayne to Jonah Hill performed, and we filmed the entire thing. Now, we're releasing the whole shebang on YouTube.
Listen to "Cruciform" nice and loud while you browse WWI chemical warfare photos on Google. You can almost smell the fire and brimstone.
"I Fall in Love Too Easily" is a slow, nostalgic tune that'll make you pine for summer while you sit in bed wiping pizza grease on your duvet and watching Netflix.
There are two physical bodies in this video, and they're both attractive and fun to watch together—it's like porn without the underlying cultural guilt. The song's not half bad, either.
Photography Amy Lombard followed the gay punk band bottoms around Brooklyn as they huffed poppers, hung out at a grimy art space, and sang songs about hating their bodies.
Something about rock and metal makes people stick around for the long haul.
The band is a supergroup with two members of the Blood Brothers, two members of the Locust, and Nick Zinner from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
One day after the Charlie Hebdo attack, Bushido posted a rather insensitive selfie on his social media. VICE Germany asked him what he was thinking.
"Drink for Free" is an exclusive, unreleased track recorded during the Portland band's sessions for their new album, The Failure. It's equal parts Northwest indie rock and desert twang.
Put the song on and imagine yourself riding a motorcycle into a 90s sunset, like that goon James in Twin Peaks. You'll remember why guitar rock will never die.
The $75 Shayne Ward is charging his fans for ten minutes is nothing compared to the price of X-Factor's fast fame for its contestants.
"There wasn't a lot of stuff going on in Cleveland. It felt like the city could grind you down. In a lot of ways that motivated me to try to get better at something, to find a way out and break through."
It's spacey, and if you listen to it at work you may find yourself sleepwalking out of the office to go home and cuddle with your cat.
The video is a pastiche of old VHS recordings from the 80s and 90s, and its the perfect thing to spend two minutes watching on a cold winter day.
McSweeney's recently released the Coup frontman's screenplay, Sorry to Bother You—a dark comedy that Riley will apparently be shooting with Patton Oswalt and David Cross soon.
Nacho and production duo Black Sky Black Death just sent us their fourth collaborative album, and they sound sicker than ever.
The video features prominent African American men and women like Robert Glasper, Fab 5 Freddy, Feminista Jones, Ray Angry of the Roots holding up handwritten protest messages.
"Bedside Manor" harkens back to a time when emo was less about eyeliner and more about large-hearted Midwestern boys wearing plaid and carrying their keys on carabiners.
It's not just one of the state's most notorious and bizarre party houses—it's also the home of a band of American outcasts who have created a genuine alternative family for themselves.
JD Samson's queer art and music collective MEN has decided to call it quits, so we spoke to the queer icon about what's next.
It's easy to say that the Baha Men are back, but they never really left—by the time they won a 2000 Grammy, they'd been together for decades. I tracked them down to learn about the new album and their canine-escaping past.
Put it on while you clean your room and pretend you're in the final scene of a Darren Aronofsky movie.
The track has Sun Ra–grade synths and enough chill goodness to make the hairs on your nugs stand on end.