How a group of greasy-haired rich kids ushered in a renaissance for the New York rock scene by LARPing its iconic past.
On the 20th anniversary of modern rock's most seminal album, VICE spoke to its producer, publicist, journalists and the guy who shot the "arse cover".
Sanders declared the event New Hampshire's largest political rally ever. It also may have been the only one to ever feature crowd surfing.
From (Sandy) Alex G to Ariana Grande, an impressive, iPhone-filling roster of talent has embraced Sanders' democratic socialist platform.
The Strokes, Brockhampton, Mitski, the 1975 and more fill out the rest of the New York fest's 2019 edition.
NYC-return, The Strokes’ labelmate Hammarsing Kharhmar and filmmaker Wanphrang Diengdoh debut an OST for the latter’s film, and the results are evocative and drenched in the sounds of the Khasi Hills.
What your perception of the album cover, from the New York band's 2001 debut, says about you.
Alex Turner just wanted to be one of The Strokes, and he's trying his best to become one.
On Matt Wilkinson's Beats 1 show, he talked about their 'beef,' and 00s indie oral history 'Meet Me In The Bathroom.'
Maybe the 2000s give us a rock renaissance or maybe they just gave us a bunch of leather jackets.
Let's be honest, the year was a dismal one for music in the UK—propagated by marketing execs who had discovered cocaine and Hoxton.