Tampa is traditionally known for its party music, but the city’s new scene focuses on something else it knows well: pain.
"Remastered" is a celebration of the comeback of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater and the evolution of its timeless soundtrack.
We check in with rising Gender Fluid Hyper-Pop star Dorian Electra and ask them to take us on a in depth tour of their one of a kind closet.
Kurt Vile and Courtney Barnett are a dream pairing, who very well may have one of the best albums of 2017 with the 'Lotta Sea Lice.' In this edition of Guitar Moves they meet up in the desert with Matt Sweeney to show him their style of shredding.
In an exclusive interview with VICE, Jae talks about his solo project, the problem with perfection, and finding himself again through music.
On 'Thicker Than Water,' the Washington, D.C. artist reveals the true meaning of the ancient proverb: Family is who you chose.
The Atlanta singer chatted with VICE about her latest project ‘Ry Ry World’ and how heartbreak often feels like death.
Watch Yeek’s spacey new music video for “Freaky (RGB)”.
The Danish musician draws inspiration from a 2000-year-old bog body, and her own life.
The humble producer makes galaxy brain music for everyone.
The live-streaming platform has become a lifeline for DJs during the pandemic. Does Twitch care enough to make it last?
According to women and former collaborators who spoke to VICE, and a new lawsuit, the EDM star abused his fame and power to build a complex web of secret and manipulative relationships.
We broke down the three most common types of contracts an artist might sign today, offering a window into how the “bad deal” isn’t an anomaly—it’s by design.
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What do car assembly, Fiesta dinnerware, and fans have in common? They’re all made by people whose names we will never know.
In a divorce, who gets custody of the embryos?
There are only five people in New York capable of fixing antique jukeboxes. Unless they can find someone to carry on their line of work, it might go extinct.
“I’m done doubting myself. I want everybody to be done doubting themselves.”
The Chilean singer-songwriter writes visceral songs drenched in mezcal and heartbreak, and it's made her one of the biggest stars in Latin music.
The shapeshifting songwriter and family man returns with ‘The Ballad of Dood and Juanita,’ the freest and most fun full-length of his career.
This is the reality of live music in a pandemic. Full vaccination is the best way to protect yourself and others.
Pressing plants can't keep up with unprecedented demand, and big box chains are selling LPs now, resulting in devastating delays.
John Hinckley Jr. has been posting original songs and covers to a YouTube page since November 2020.
October is the perfect time to throw on some Slowdive and sink into weird, blissful, nostalgic melancholy.
She says 'Miss Anthropocene' is about making "climate change fun"—and she can't stop talking about her hopes for an AI-driven future. But she might just be playing with our perceptions.
The paper can be in direct contact with food, helps lessen agricultural waste, and provides more livelihood to farmers.
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How the trending artist finds inspiration in her day-to-day life.
This is your brain… on Glastonbury!
After an 11-year hiatus, we sat down with the North West London trio to speak about their reunion tour and how they view their legacy today.
Talking To Musicians About Music
The Scottish duo talk their debut record and what exactly "crunch pop" is.
The band opens up about being called a beach band and how the internet is ruining our lives.
The singer-songwriter talks her new album, shifting styles, and the challenges of a public image.