In an Authenticity-Obsessed Culture, Are Sleaford Mods the Real Deal?
We caught up with Sleaford Mods in Sydney to chat working class origins, the smokescreen of social media and egos in the music industry.
'They're Psychopathic': I Regretfully Let ChatGPT Write My Questions for Thundercat
"Did you like the cat questions?" "Like the cat questions? No."
For d4vd, Making Sad Music for Fortnite Compilations Turned Into Full-Blown Stardom
d4vd found fame on Soundcloud and TikTok with songs like "Here With Me" and "Romantic Homicide". Now he's playing his first Sydney show.
'People From My Hometown Need Water To Drink': Mdou Moctar Has More on His Mind Than Music
“I build wells with my own money but it’s not something I put on the internet because I do it from my heart."
One of NZ's Biggest OnlyFans Stars Went From Working at Subway to Owning A House At 19
"You’re in a man’s world and you’re always going to be harassed, objectified, or sexualised no matter what you do. So you might as well profit off of it and monetise it when you can.”
I Went Rollerskating With Ethel Cain
We caught up with Ethel Cain on the tail end of her European tour to talk about love, dating and cannibalism. You know, just girly things.
'There's No Other Rapper Doing Geopolitical, Communist Rap': An Interview with Ghais Guevara
"I can't sit and just talk about what’s specifically going on in my neighbourhood because it's always connected to what's going on in other places.”
I Spent a Soothing Day in Nature With Alex G
Every music nerd's fave spoke to VICE about faith, pop music and fucking around and finding out.
'You Get Too Big and They Cut You Down': YUNGBLUD on the Trials of the Internet
"The world is so angry right now. And you've got to remember that the person – no matter famous or fucking not famous – is going through shit."
Dréya Mac: Bigger Than TikTok
The 22-year-old rapper and Noisey cover star has reached viral fame in just two short years. But she’s only just getting started.
I Took Pale Waves On a Date to the Pubs and Goth Shops of Camden
Ahead of their third album, the Manchester rock band and I chatted about jealousy, maturity and pasta.
Tierra Whack on Being the Weird Black Kid
"I just didn’t believe it. I was in denial that people followed me. It was a good feeling. People watch, people do care, I do have an influence."