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.
Meet DeepBeats, the rhyme-writing computer algorithm.
The music video for "B Minor" pairs Kid606's drony, ambient music with geometrical animation by artist Jeanette Bonds.
Born out of the ashes of post-World War II, Germany came with one of the most original and influential genres in musical history, Krautrock.
The producer talks the Simpsons, emoji fashion and her Coachella squad.
When the heavy metal band came by the VICE office, they managed to only kill like six people.
The video has been deemed pornographic thanks to Uganda's new, conservative-leaning anti-pornography laws.
It seems someone has been caught dusty-handed with HYBYCOZO's designs.
In part one of this three-part series about South African electronic music, we learn about the importance of regionalism in the rise of genres like broken beats, qgom, Shangaan electro, and kwaito.
Meet Prayers, the pioneering electronic/industrial duo that formed in 2013 to make "cholo goth" music.
Skrillex is launching a satellite, so we talked to him about the final frontier.
The solo project of Long Beach-based Cameron Stallones has created a strange world of psychedelic mathematics and electronics that somehow still sounds organic.
Britt Daniel sourced questions from the Walkmen, Sleater-Kinney, Deerhunter, and others, too.
In part one of this three-part series about South African electronic music, THUMP learns about the importance of regionalism in the rise of genres like broken beats, qgom, Shangaan electro, and kwaito.
The experimental electronic artist—who just released her second album Platform—invited us over for dinner. As she made stir-fry, we tried to find the source of her bizarrely beautiful compositions.
Australian wool farmers are burning their I Killed the Prom Queen shirts.
A candid look at the inner workings and anxieties of the Brooklyn-based electronic-pop duo, whose sophomore album dropped today.
THUMP caught up with one of the documentary's stars, DJ Spoko, to learn more about the future of the South African dance music movement.
We Are Your Friends, indeed.
We talked to Sean Hape on the phone from Sydney about landing the role, the growing cult of his character, and the only thing that will endure the apocalypse: nü-metal.
The return of the mini-movie clip has us remembering the golden age of movie/music crossovers.
Floating Points and Four Tet and Burial and more in this electronic music primer.
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.
Stream the 26-year-old's debut mixtape higher. in full and watch the premiere of his video for "exhale."