On the first episode, we head underground to check out a 700-year-old Polish salt mine before it plays host to Kraków's legendary Unsound festival.
Tune in from 4PM to 9PM to catch select sets from Saturday's lineup, featuring Thundercat, De La Soul, Mac Mill, HAIM, Miguel, and The Killers.
Then we hear how rock band PUP overcame the fallout from playing 250 shows last year, and MUNCHIES tells us how the inventor of Jelly Belly jelly beans is making a comeback.
The sound of DC is changing, and hip-hop, long overshadowed by go-go, is becoming more prominent.
Give these pilots a watch and we'll see you on the airwaves when the channel launches Monday.
Then we crash an extravagant Chinese wedding in Shanghai with MUNCHIES and explore the rise of electronic music in Cuba.
We also hear about Noisey's new weekly roll call of emerging artists and discuss how the men's beauty market of South Korea could open a relatively new frontier of men's fashion in the West.
Also, Noisey editors drop their predictions on us for 2016's musical landscape.
We join Noisey editors Kim Kelly and Kyle Kramer to discuss which standout artists made 2015 an incredible year for music.
The parody and remix videos began before Stoner Sloth had ripped his fourth bong of the morning.
A documentary that charts the restoration of the Pogues' frontman's teeth also sheds light on the wild lifestyle that contributed to his unmistakable smile.
Broadly explores the new wave of feminism in Insane Clown Posse Juggalo culture, and VICE News gets exclusive access to a militia-run migrant camp in Libya. This is a guide to where we've been and where we're going.
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.
Ice Cube responds to some of the YouTube comments left on NWA's "Straight Outta Compton" music video.
In the fifth episode of Hip-Hop in the Holy Land, host Mike Skinner spends the day with local celebrity Saz who is a rapper, actor and in his words, the first Palestinian / Arab / Middle Eastern sex symbol.
From climate change in Antarctica to the Montreal dance scene, this is the latest on VICE.
A handy overview of where we've been and where we're going.
Atlanta cops have divided the city into six zones. Not only does this provide an easy way to tell people where you're from, calling your hood "Zone X" makes Atlanta sound like a dystopia in the not-so-distant future.
VICE host Krishna Andavolu takes a look back at the VICE network's best videos of 2014.
Starring thinkpiece pop, Killer Mike, rave nostalgia, and the same boring white guys with guitars.
Noisey spoke to the R&B singer about teenage rebellion; VICE took the photos.
Welcome to the first-ever edition of "This Week in Music," in which we take a look at some of the high-concept journalism published by VICE's music site, Noisey. This week, we learned that Gucci Mane somehow made a buttload of money even though he was sor…
We continue exploring the Sosa phenomena, the segregation of Chicago, and the societal forces behind the violent lives of the young people on the South Side. Later, we catch up with Young Chop, who explains what he's done to succeed, and he introduces us
Hip-hop production was built on having to get up and dig through crates at record stores, but how can you dig for new music when your favorite record stores have closed? Today, many producers have turned to YouTube to solve this problem.