With little hope of working with an orchestra, Mouataz Arian is using his computer to create compositions about the refugee crisis while in exile in Turkey.
We meet a guy who tries smart drugs on YouTube, hit the road with metal legends Corrosion of Conformity, talk to an FBI agent who went undercover for decade, and more.
Systemic oppression exists by dehumanizing the pieces that don't fit. But what better proof is there of our humanity, that we're alive, than our ability to dream? Five years ago, on MBDTF, West dreamed bigger than most.
And it was perfect.
"In a terrible world, I think music is a tool no different from religion to get through difficult times."
"By calling for a boycott of Israel, Palestinians are only asking you not to help Israel oppress them."
On the eve of Oneohtrix Point Never's latest album release, Garden of Delete, So Sad Today talks with Daniel Lopatin about depression, endless chilling, and the importance of honesty in performance.
The raptastic radio spot is yet another example of the Republican Party fundamentally misunderstanding its relationship with hip-hop.
The rap mogul invited journalists and industry folks to his birthday bash, featuring a New York-centric film screening set to his new, free album, Money Makin' Mitch.
In peacetime, Abdul Rahman Masri became one of Syria's most celebrated rappers. Now a refugee in Germany, he's determined to speak for his home nation's lost generation.
We spoke with the legendary metal guitarist about his lifelong obsession of collecting horror memorabilia, from vintage toys to old school movie posters.
Shimpei "Melting Bot" Kaiho is a Tokyo-based scene veteran who's made it his life's work to explore the fringes of Western and Japanese underground music.
Big Elty J just changed the game.
In Population Wars, SoCal punk legend Greg Graffin argues that natural life is driven by mutual dependency, not competition.
Performing at the Skid Row Arts Festival is about defiantly expressing your existence in a world that preferred you didn't exist at all.
Clive Martin and Faze talked grime, fashion, drugs, and clubs in a few of London's tackiest shops.
We caught up with the legendary punk rocker turned memoirist and art critic to talk about his new book, Massive Pissed Love.
For me, Neon Indian's music conjures momentous feelings, memories, fantasies of makeouts that did and didn't happen, a state of eternal longing, the transcendence of linear time.
We caught up with the underground legend who has designed horror-tinged T-shirts and album covers for decades.
Ladybaby combines the furious intensity of screamo metal with the saccharine sweetness of J-pop. Despite forming in May, the trio has become an online sensation and just embarked on an international tour.
Claire Boucher is using her platform to do whatever she can to remove Canadian Conservatives from power.
Grant McPhee is the man behind a new film exploring Scotland's music scene in the 1970s called The Sound of Young Scotland.
Noisey's new film, The Redemption of the Devil, follows the rockstar turned right-wing evangelist as he becomes a Catholic minister, makes music with Josh Homme, and battles for custody of his child.
"Fuck nationality. It has nothing to do with protection of your own country," the singer told Daily VICE.