What does Kenny G think about democracy, anyway?
While it's still possible to stumble across a gem, the majority of valuable Lebanese-pressed vinyl has been eaten up by connoisseurs.
The MOFO icon has coined her own genre - "NeoProblemCoreGaze"
Because I am bad at dancing and Kiesza is very good at dancing, she agreed to teach me the moves from "Hideaway" at the original location of the video, a street in Williamsburg a few blocks from the VICE office.
Community Records allowed us to premiere Caddywhompus's latest track, "Entitled." Listening to the song is both depressing and invigorating.
The Canadian producer recently teamed up with Helmi and Division Paris to take his hugely popular track "Bugatti" from your local DJ's turntables to the big screen.
Iggy Azalea connection and TV show aside, T.I. is the king because he's still the incredibly gifted lyricist he has always been. He remains the sonic template for the current era of rap.
And you can listen to it for free.
R. Stevie Moore has released more than 400 recording projects since 1968. The latest addition to his storied catalog is a single called "Everybody Is So Ignorant," and you can listen to it right here.
The producer, who's rubbed shoulders with both the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and some of the hardest drill rappers in Chicago, breaks down his best beats.
We weren't sure what happened in the music video for iRAWniQ's "ALIENPU$," so we asked Oscar winner and former child star Tatum O'Neal to explain what the heck was going on.
Known for its corruption and inherent fallibility, dance music's most notorious popularity contest still has influence even though its credibility is non-existent.
Soon, hundreds of bands will flock to New York to play the CMJ Music Marathon. Most of them are made up of ambitious young musicians with talent and dreams, but some of them I just made up. Can you tell the difference?
In the last four years, the Japanese government have been waging a war on dance culture, but the kids in the underground club scene have no intention of stopping.
A razor sharp mix and conversation with Sydney duo Lady Shave.
Welcome to nu-kawaii, a world inspired as much by Japanese pop culture as it is by art and the internet.
Born from working-class Egyptian DJs, electro chaabi—a combination of electronic beats, traditional chaabi music, and revolutionary undertones—blows most new music out of the water.
In Jones's own words, this new track embodies "the idea of growth and taking power in your own hands. There are people who complain about things. And then there are people who sit back, observe, and change what they don't like."
Booking agents dominate the electronic music industry and serve as the gatekeepers of any aspiring artist's career—and on average, women make up less than 8 percent of artists on agents' rosters.
It's been 14 years since "Because I Got High" became the marijuana anthem. Now, Afroman is releasing a new version—and it's about weed legalization.
Their music video has the country in an uproar.
Black Sabbath frontman and music legend Ozzy Osbourne sits down with his son, Jack Osbourne, for a chat. He says that his 20-year-old self shouldn't have done drugs and kids don't know what "jamming" is.
The Sugar Mountain curators talk about the lineup and new site for the 2015 festival.
The virtual musician's co-creator doesn't describe her as an icon, but rather "an event."