A conversation with the Icelandic artist about moving on, both emotionally and technologically.
In honor of the late Shawty Lo, let's look back at two of his collaborations with Lil Wayne.
Just a few months after two members scored the breakout Netflix show, the Austin synth quartet is prepping the release of a new LP.
The critically acclaimed indie band new LP Pretty Years is the best of their career. Now it's time for the world to listen.
"I feel like a 16-year-old again... I've realized what really matters."
The iconic spot at 704 W. High St. has an oddly rich history in Urbana, IL.
EMA, Suzanne Ciani, and more pay tribute to a man who tried to change the way humans interacted with their instruments.
El Paso is embracing its border identity and building a new sense of community with festivals and more inclusive booking.
The Brooklyn artist's new blisters is an avant garde five-song EP that swells and glistens. How did he get here?
Brush up on your knowledge of the major electronic genres with this comprehensive guide.
Vampire Weekend's Rostam and The Walkmen's Hamilton have made an excellent, tenderly titled LP, I Had a Dream That You Were Mine.
"I realized while I was in university that I didn't really want to write about other people; I just wanted to write music."
The hardest working psychopath in show business is back.
The New York rapper is coming home early, Noisey confirms. His 75-year sentence has been reduced.
The chart-topping EDM duo's comments in a new Billboard cover story raise questions about a new flavor of dance-music masculinity.
Birdman and Cash Money are drawing the case out as much as they can, a tactic that can be used to encourage the plaintiff to settle.
It feels like a break in the clouds, where a group in charge of an important decision finally made one that is representative of the current UK climate.
Now that the bubble's burst, a group of newer producers are bringing live instrumentation and the energy of rock music to the dancefloor.
In this episode of VICE's Autobiographies, we meet up with the introverted Philly-based musician before he plays a hometown gig.
With the planet's gaze having moved on from the Olympics, Rio's neighborhood rap circles remain a vital venue for protesting police violence.
The Honey Soundsystem's parties at Folsom Street Fair bring a little bit of dark room drama to Bay Area dancefloors.
For almost two decades, the outspoken punk frontman has been trying to get people to pay attention to police brutality. Now they're finally ready to listen.
At the Boom Festival, a biennial gathering held near the Spanish border last month, about 100 volunteers committed to round-the-clock care for people using drugs. I was one of them.
The Chicago experimentalist is ready to expand your ideas of SaveMoney and of consciousness itself.