Hazy memories from Melbourne's ultimate indie party.
The Christian hip-hop producer has been found guilty of a Sydney boy's 'pogo stick' murder.
Not one of these bands had the Gallagher brother's talent, but it didn't stop the UK music industry rushing to crown them as the new kings of Britpop.
VICE travels to Bolton to meet Blackout Crew, the stars of working class Northern England's most popular music scene: Donk.
Gareth Jones is the subject of episode two – a genuine pioneer who has worked with everyone from Depeche Mode and Nick Cave to Interpol and Mogwai, here he unveils his latest collaboration with singer-songwriter Emmy the Great
Gareth Jones is the subject of episode two – a genuine pioneer who has worked with everyone from Depeche Mode and Nick Cave to Interpol and Mogwai, here he unveils his latest collaboration with singer-songwriter Emmy the Great Coming to
Together for the first time UNCUT and UNCENSORED, VBS presents Donk, an hilarious look at what happens when you drive a Blur fan up to Wigan and throw him a nightclub ful
The series kicks off with Sheffield's foremost beatmaker Toddla T.
The series kicks off with Sheffield's foremost beatmaker Toddla T, who aside from being a globetrotting DJ, remixer and BBC Radio 1 presenter, lists Roots Manuva and Tinchy Stryder as artists he's produced. Here he joins forc
A six part documentary series showcasing a selection of the most exciting producers in the world, using the Red Bull Studio London as a creative hub. In each episode, the process will be documented as each producer collaborates with an artist of their
The second video from OFF! is for their track "Darkness."
"Black Thoughts," the third video released from OFF!, includes a cameo by Raymond Pettibon, the painter responsible for penning all of the band's album artwork.
The fourth and final video from OFF!'s First EP is the 60 second song, "I Don't Belong," and stars actual denizens of LA vocalizing the song's countercultural lyrics.
If you were to encounter any notable person operating in the fields of art, music, fashion, technology, media or science during the last 15 years, chances are they would have a story to tell about Russell Haswell.
The good, the bad, and the puke-worthy music of the month.
Ahead of his return to Australia in January, we speak to Mac about the art of the love song, something he gets close to perfecting on his latest mini-LP 'Another One'.
The Melbourne band recently returned from a European tour with their buddies Totally Mild. Judging by their Instagram account it looked like a lot of fun.
The much loved electronic trio are returning home for a one-off, multi sensory show.
Kendrick Lamar has a close relationship with his hometown of Compton, the small city in South-Central Los Angeles with a big reputation.
Consuming our body weight in cheap beer and yellow foods with the party punks.
Mike Watt's contributions to the much underappreciated world of the bass are staggering. If you've spent any amount of time around the instrument or someone who's played it, you're probably familiar with him.
Intrepid VBS periodista Nick Gazin spoke with Birmingham-born, Atlanta-raised rapper Gucci Mane.
The Gregory Brothers are the people who turned YouTube stars Antoine Dodson and Paul Vasquez (aka Yosemitebear, aka hungrybear9562, aka "the double rainbow guy") into unintentional, successful pop singers.
The English actor Matt Berry is best known for his roles in the Channel 4 sitcoms The IT Crowd and Garth Marenghi's Darkplace, and for possessing the most seductively insincere voice this side of The Simpsons' Troy McClure.