"I still like Rodgers and Hammerstein and listen to the Cabaret soundtrack, the one with Liza Minnelli."
"My favorite 90s things are pants, R&B, and Pavement."
Interpol, one of the greatest bands of the last ten years, is stuck on their tour bus in the middle of an apocalyptic snowstorm.
Furnsss's new single is druggy dream pop that feels tailor-made for being played in a basement at high volume while you burn through a six-pack and a box of whippets.
"It seems like he's going off in a bunch of different directions at once—which you might expect, given that he's a child."
The photographer was there to capture the London scene in its earliest years.
Today, Jonas Åkerlund is known for directing Madonna's "Ray of Light" and Lady Gaga's "Paparazzi." But he got his big break with the controversial video for "Smack My Bitch Up" by The Prodigy. The director told us the story of how it came to fruition.
As the next UK election approaches, the major political parties will scramble to capture the youth vote. While politicians repeatedly fail to learn from their predecessors' errors, they'd be wise to avoid the 1987 campaign tactics of the Labour Party.
In between takes of "Coming for Christmas," we talked to the stars and executives of Television X—the UK's most treasured soft porn channel. They discussed the station's history, and if their holiday song has a chance at making the charts.
In this episode of the classic public access cable show, we meet the TV Party Orchestra in living color.
When hip-hop radio host Wendy Williams started her talk show, nobody expected her to inherit Oprah's throne, but today she's set to become a media empress.
In the inaugural episode of TV Party, filmed on December 18, 1978, artist Robert Delford Brown stops by to talk about his art religion.
"This Charming Man" is inspired by Franco's poetry and (of course) the Smiths. It also features the iconic band's original bassist, Andy Rourke.
How can a hotel room capture the essence of Boston's legendary shithole? And why would anyone want to?
Considering the tenth anniversary of his death is right around the corner, I went out into the streets of New York to see what the people of Dirt McGirt's hometown have to say about his legacy.
Maryland-based Two Inch Astronaut has a throwback sound that channels the sludgy math rock of the 90s.Their new track is an angsty opus that features intricate instrumentation and envy-inducing technique.
It's a barraging mindfuck of a song and its video may induce a flashback to that one time you accidentally smoked PCP-laced pot in high school.
The famed Dead Kennedys' screamer reminisces about the old days of the Ramones, the tabloid frenzy surrounding the brutal murder of JonBenét Ramsey, and hanging out with GWAR and H.R. Giger.
This week, T-Pain shocked the internet when he performed without Auto-Tune. But is it really that surprising that a guy who's won multiple Grammys has actual talent?
The poems were unearthed by his first manager, Leila Steinberg.
Ed Piskor is in the middle of putting out a comic-book history of hip-hop that is pretty much the best history of hip-hop anyone's ever done.
Watch the exclusive premiere of this melancholic video, which accompanies the Brooklyn-based experimental pop duo's new ethereal single.
Just in time for Halloween, New York performance artist Joseph Keckler premieres his St. Mark's teen goth relapse on VICE.
We talked to the New York filmmaker about her never-before-seen DIY film starring Kathleen Hanna.