Life Advice From Slowthai, Logic1000, Tasman Keith and The Beths
"Try not to be a c--t."
Metallica's New MasterClass Will Teach Your Band to Shred
The metal gods will share their tips for rock success, from songwriting and riff-making to cultivating a deep relationship with a fanbase.
The Walkmen's Walter Martin Couldn't Care Less About Being Cool
VICE talked to the songwriter about his decades-long career in music, and how the death of his best friend influenced his new album, 'The World at Night.'
Dave and Stormzy Are Up for Some Prestigious Songwriting Awards
They've been nominated for the UK's Ivor Novello awards, alongside acts like Everything Everything and Sampha.
Daaaaayum: This Track From Kendrick Producer Bekon Is a TUNE
After contributing to eight songs on 'DAMN', the once-backstage collaborator releases his debut single, "Cold As Ice."
Taylor Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do" Is as Basic as Taylor Herself
The expert music theory behind why her comeback single doesn't at all slap, especially compared to her strongest tracks.
Talking "Sway" With Bic Runga
The New Zealander's 1997 hit was so good it appeared on ‘American Pie’ AND ‘American Reunion’.
Why Do We Look Down on Pop Stars Who Don't Write Their Own Songs?
The art of curation can impact storytelling just as much as songwriting – but why does it pick up less respect?
A Conversation with Mount Eerie's Phil Elverum on His Devastating New Album
Following the death of his wife and co-creator Geneviève, Elverum discusses raising their child, the terrifying political future, and 'A Crow Looked at Me.'
Here's the Music Theory Behind Why Lorde's Songwriting Is Objectively Kickass
Let's get nerdy about the the mixolydian mode.
What Happens When Gun-for-Hire Songwriters Try to Go Solo?
It worked for Sia and Bruno Mars, but what about the women trying to break out on their own today?
Revisiting the New Radicals Song That Taught Us How to Navigate the Future
In 1998, “You Get What You Give” captured the true essence of intention, purpose, and adulthood.