The Tampa band wanted us to call this article "Grand Marketing Failure."
The wave of gentrification has swept across the city, uprooting not just clubs but entire communities, at such a rapid pace you'd be forgiven for forgetting what the luxury apartments you walk by daily used to be.
We get nosey with the mercurial English singer.
The infamous tour documentary got a rare screening in New York this week.
Treat everyone on the dance floor as if they've been diagnosed with Ebola and are bleeding out of every orifice.
After 25 years of working on the record, the Los Angeles-based composer talks 'Dark Matter,' his new release made of samples of pulsars and other sounds from the vacuum of space.
Matt Sweeney's conversation with the icon continues.
"There are women who are going to be playing this type of music. Now let's look at them for more than just that."
How America's favorite lip-synching video app is disrupting the way music marketing works.
Watch their new video and learn a thing or two from Chicago's best space thrash Rambo obsessives.
On this episode of Daily VICE, we sit down with the musician to talk about how he aims to create social change through his music.
On this episode of VICE's Autobiographies, the songwriter explains how she started out studying as a sound technician student and eventually became the lead singer of a successful touring band.
Bowie named the scrapped project after a little-known South Side subculture.
The Suffolk county rapper shows us his hometown.
Tom Krell steps into the light with his fourth album, Care.
Women may appear in his songs less like actual people and more like cautionary tales, but that doesn't mean we can't heavily relate to his themes.
Roddy Bottum, Billy Gould, and Mile Bordin look back on their game-changing, pre-Patton 1985 debut.
The founding member of iconic NYC hardcore act the Cro-Mags talks about his new memoir, hanging out with Warhol and Joe Strummer as a teenager, and why it's improbable that his band will ever reunite.
New projects from Mick Jenkins, Ty Dolla $ign, and Kaytranada top this week's list.
The Chicago rapper discusses spreading love with his new album, The Healing Component.
In this second episode of Q&As w/ KTB the twin sisters discuss their intense creative partnership and finally being comfortable in their own skin. And that's just the start.
Some critics might say the fish choruses are "a little derivative of Eno's Textures."
The elusive singer details his inspirations, shares his new single "Bullets in the Street and Blood," and announces his upcoming album, My Love Divine Degree.
Matt Sweeney sits down with the guitarist (and childhood idol) at the legendary Electric Lady Studios.