"When it comes to race relations, he's like an old-school segregationist; when it comes to foreign policy, he's like an old-school napalmist; when it comes to women's issues, he's like a frat house rapist..."
On this episode of Daily VICE we meet up with DJ Khaled during his tour with Beyoncé to find out how he became a social media sensation.
You're gonna read two nerds talking about smooth jazz and you're going to like it.
Rudi got in a bad mood, because we weren't over the fence yet and Alice Cooper had already started playing.
There's more to life than Kanye West, or Drake, or even—hear us out—Beyoncé. This has been a year of great music, and some extremely dope albums have slipped under the radar.
Could WikiHow turn you into a super producer in just eight steps?
Growing up, I felt I had two distinct incompatible identities. But I found refuge in the music of weirdos like PJ Harvey.
From Tennessee to Illinois to California, attorneys are telling festival-goers how to avoid arrest and advising them about what to do if they do end up in cuffs.
Porcelain (Visual Memoir) is a guided tour of the electronic music icon's favorite former haunts.
Learn just how brazy his life really is.
The punk poet talks last meals, crying all the time, and reading every day.
On this episode of Daily VICE, Obsesión tells us how they've used music as a tool to publicly critique social issues in Cuba for the past 20 years.
Known today mostly as a one-hit wonder and a rock history footnote from the hair metal era, Twisted Sister's story of slow rise and rapid fall shows how fleeting fame can be.
Last night, Bane played to over 2,200 people at the Worcester Palladium. We asked fans and musicians alike whether or not it will be the band's last.
Mr. Zone 6 live, in concert.
Five years and five surgeries later and The Kills are back with a new LP that includes a homoerotic song about Putin, meanwhile the pair are closer than ever.
Lebanon embraces more casual nightlife as a proxy war and travel ban impacts the bottom line of the country's ultra-luxurious clubs.
Already a big star in Europe, now this Belgian singer's making waves Stateside. While her music may be upbeat, through her songs she tackles her battle with depression head on.
With their self-titled debut album, the band captures the unpredictable thrills that have already made them a live favorite and much-hyped new act.
I went to Field Day, the coolest festival of all the music festivals, to try to understand what it means to be cool in a post-hipster, post-ironic reality.
When you're there, you're family. Except in this case when you're on a date with a rock band.
Emotions ran high as the LGBTQ landmark played host to mourners, activists, and speakers with competing agendas.
The singer made his American television debut, and his fans made the show a living hell.
Nightclubs are the community centers for LGBTQ people; what happened this weekend won't destroy that.