Festivals don't have to be terrible for the environment.
There are no sets, no backup singers, just a girl, her guitar, and the weight of crosses the Memphis singer-guitarist seems too young to bear.
There were many tributes to "The Purple One" last night, but this may be the best.
Oakland-based DJ and environmental activist The Polish Ambassador explains how music fans can give back to the planet.
Prince is dead, and that sucks, but what he leaves behind changed us forever.
The gender-fluid icon galvanized our puritanical country while celebrating the fabulous freak, the defiant outsider, and the dark dandy.
Prince didn't hate the internet, but he believed artists should be paid.
With her new album HOPELESSNESS, the artist formerly known as Antony Hegarty wants to use dance music to save the earth.
The indelible pop icon passed away on Thursday at the age of 57.
His body was found in his recording studio, Paisley Park.
"This is really more than just an album; it's about a movement. This documentary is meant to give the world a closer look at TC's story and what I'm trying to do with this album."
According to the band, the police, and the gas station, the answer is no. But the world can still dream.
Read the lengthy and extended interview with the UK rapper from NOISEY London, airing on April 19 at 10 PM EST on VICELAND.
We spoke to an expert to find out why techno and joints are such an ugly pairing.
NTS changed the way the world thinks about radio, while staying true to its London roots.
Ahead of NOISEY London on VICELAND, we look at the most exciting artists in the scene right now.
Jazz artist Jaimeo Brown breaks down the power of work songs, which have an influence that extends from the plantation to the trap.
Reports of EDM's death have been greatly exaggerated.
Hey! Ho! Let's Go: The Ramones and the Birth of Punk sums up the best and worst about punk in 2016.
Skepta talks his upcoming record Konnichiwa, tells some stories about Pharrell, and his relationship with Drake.
Meet Roman Shamov—the drink-slinger with a colorful past as a drag queen, puppet vocalist, television actor, and breathing workshop guru.
We made an infographic to show what windup monkeys and Daft Punk have in common.
We spoke with the prolific guitarist about making his debut LP Become Alive and playing Hall & Oates in the club.