The debut album from the Berlin-based musician mixes voices against tyranny with hip-hop beats.
Meet the woman behind all of those experimental shows you keep finding yourself witnessing at Manhattan Inn.
Hopscotch, a new experimental opera in Los Angeles, bends every convention of what you thought an "opera" should be—and that's exactly why I liked it.
Hailing from Seoul, South Korea, Keith Ape made hip-hop history with the international hit "It G Ma." In this episode of Noisey Raps, we follow him and his crew as they get to know the US.
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.
Teen idol or teen tearaway? After growing up as an icon to his adoring audience, what's it really like being Bieber?
Three years after playing their first show, the band came back to talk about growth, friendship, and Ego Death.
Members of the Iranian band recount the loss of lead singer, Ali Eskandarian, and the release of his posthumous book, Golden Years.
Their music might be different, but both Adele and Grimes are redefining what it means to be a woman in pop music in a very similar way.
It's not hard to become an EDM DJ. All it takes is a bit of practice, a few contacts, and above all, good marketing. That doesn't make you a musician.
He also crushes cans with his teeth, burns $20,000, and starts fights on talk shows.
Thirty-five years ago, Raquel Welch sued over her contract and her acting career imploded.
The hippie home of Phish and Bernie Sanders is home to a ton of artists across different genres as well as a growing range of labels, venues, and even a vinyl manufacturing plant.
"I wanted to go from being a grown-ass man-child to being a grown-ass man."
Starting in August of 2010, Kanye West spurred on his comeback and teased his new album with a series of weekly releases, creating a unique type of mixtape for the blog era. We look back at all of it.
An interview with Claire Boucher about her evolution, Art Angels, and how the media ruined Grimes.
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 our pursuit of seeming like well-cultured individuals, maybe we all got a little carried away in deeming these to be super profound.
Shawn Rudiman, Lauren Flax, Nick Catchdubs, and Kevin Aviance are on the bill for this Saturday's panels at the VICE HQ.
In this episode of Broadly Meets, we talk to the recording artist about survival, her new mixtape, and her old flame.
The Baltimore rapper's song "Bank Rolls" became a breakout hit and an unlikely anthem for a city in the spotlight. Now he's looking at what comes next.
We talked to Madchild and Snak the Ripper about their explosive feud, and got Pimpton, Tre Nyce, and Organik to weigh in.
Spoiler: It's about a drum competition or something.