A Capellaypse Now.
"This was aggressive aggressive! Ian ruled with an iron fist. What he said won and he made sure it did."
One of our favorite VICE contributors is having an event at the Museum of Modern Art in NYC on May 17.
German musician Tom Diabo died in 1986 at the age of 30, after battling brain cancer for seven years. Decades later, his music is finally receiving the wide release it deserves.
The mysterious new re-issue label has just dropped videos from Alberto Mondo, Tony Primo and Spanna N The Werx.
My three months living in the famous loft with the artist who created the iconic Ramones logo.
What do Brodinski, Zola Jesus, Bobby Brackins, and more think of their impending 27th birthdays?
The album is slow, psychedelic, and sure to inspire both spiritual feelings and a deep desire to go outside and look at trees.
In his latest book, Michaelangelo Matos meticulously recreates the overwhelming, epic story of dance music in America, and invites us all to join in.
It's from an experimental collage of songs produced using a Tandy DeskMate computer between 1992 and 2002.
Now watch all 90 minutes of Beverly Hills Cop and forget this ever happened.
The 21-year-old rapper is on the cusp of his highly anticipated debut Summertime '06. How did a kid from a broken home who tangled gang life get to this moment?
"Intelligent people have become apathetic."
They've given us their full album, according to their ability, for us to post, according to our need.
How did a senior citizen from Kentucky become beloved by Drake, the face of Dimepiece, and an ambassador of cool?
The video is grotesque in the best way possible.
The man credited only as "L.T.B." never recorded another bar after being featured on one of the most popular songs of the 90s.
They talk about live shows and maybe starting some online beef.
We need to talk about their press shot.
The Oscar-nominated filmmaker was allowed unfettered access to the Nirvana singer's archives, stitching together an unflinchingly intimate portrait of a man.
The Burning Man Facebook page has been gloriously invaded by trolls and they want to know if your chakra is gluten-free.
If you've trawled the depths of YouTube for old DJ Screw videos, you've probably come across DJ Smokey. He remixes a lot of old Three 6 songs, like this track, "I Can Get Ignorant Part 2," which samples "Psychopathic Lunatic."
France Camp follows in the footsteps of Black Lips and Thee Oh Sees—they know they don't need to reinvent the garage rock wheel, and instead play with established genre tropes in clever ways.
A year after Boosie's five-year stint in prison, the rapper preps his sixth record, Touchdown 2 Cause Hell.