In her new revue tour, Midler covers everything from vintage Rolling Stones to TLC's "Waterfalls," and more than proves she still commands the stage.
The music video for "B Minor" pairs Kid606's drony, ambient music with geometrical animation by artist Jeanette Bonds.
The solo project of Long Beach-based Cameron Stallones has created a strange world of psychedelic mathematics and electronics that somehow still sounds organic.
A candid look at the inner workings and anxieties of the Brooklyn-based electronic-pop duo, whose sophomore album dropped today.
Think college is hard? Try touring for 191 days and performing 225 concerts in 26 countries, all for the sake of singing covers of top 40 songs.
He's got a new track, "Back at It," produced by Spaghetti J. I don't know who Spaghetti J is, but he did a great job.
New music is in a funk, with base competence alone serving as a selling point. Labels would be wise to look to gaming for guidance through these depressing greys.
Candide is a Berlin/Brooklyn duo who use the miraculous gift of the internet to send digital song snippits back and forth to each other and finish them collaboratively.
"The toughest part of being metal in Tauranga was the sand, and walking down to the beach in Dr. Martens with your pants tucked into your boots."
I don't really get why this band exists, but I am glad they do.
Listen to some springtime jams to shake off any remnants of your seasonal affective disorder.
I chatted with Martin about his new album, his old band, and how geeking out about synths in interviews gets "very boring."
The band has visions of grotesque surgeries, Ghostbusters, interdimensional portals, and IFOs (identified flying objects).
Their new track is textured and bleak, drums lapsing occasionally into militaristic beats, before the entire song transitions into a 60s psychedelic dreamscape drone spectacular.
With the help of Sothebys, the rapper entered the art world Illuminati last night at his curated show I Like It Like This.
One of our favorite VICE contributors is having an event at the Museum of Modern Art in NYC on May 17.
German musician Tom Diabo died in 1986 at the age of 30, after battling brain cancer for seven years. Decades later, his music is finally receiving the wide release it deserves.
We spoke to the artist about Australian landscapes and being good at everything.
The album is slow, psychedelic, and sure to inspire both spiritual feelings and a deep desire to go outside and look at trees.
It's from an experimental collage of songs produced using a Tandy DeskMate computer between 1992 and 2002.
They've given us their full album, according to their ability, for us to post, according to our need.
The video is grotesque in the best way possible.
If you've trawled the depths of YouTube for old DJ Screw videos, you've probably come across DJ Smokey. He remixes a lot of old Three 6 songs, like this track, "I Can Get Ignorant Part 2," which samples "Psychopathic Lunatic."
France Camp follows in the footsteps of Black Lips and Thee Oh Sees—they know they don't need to reinvent the garage rock wheel, and instead play with established genre tropes in clever ways.