Joel Benjamin

Music

We Asked People the Weirdest Fantasies They Have While Listening to Music

“I would imagine screaming the lyrics over this cliff edge, hurling all the anger at my family and friends below.”
Daisy Jones
2.1.19
Important Questions Raised By...

People with Synesthesia Tell Us Why Rae Sremmurd Makes the Most Colorful Music

"I want to listen to this song on repeat in a sensory deprivation tank, but I'm worried it might break my brain?"
Daisy Jones
11.16.18
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The Guide to Getting into Yeah Yeah Yeahs

It's 15 years since the New York trio's debut album signalled a guitar music revival. Their output, across four albums and three EPs, isn't all the crashing art-punk of the early years, though.
Tshepo Mokoena
4.30.18
VICE UK Is 15

NME Created an Indie Scene Out of Thin Air in 2002 and Made It Stick

Former NME mag staff tell us how how they made so many people care about The Strokes, The Libertines and other "The bands".
Alexandra Pollard
11.27.17
Obsessive Tendencies

Marilyn Manson Pushes You to Lean Into Your Fears Like No One Else

He's observed the horror around and within him, and stepped right inside it on album 'Heaven Upside Down'.
Daisy Jones
11.1.17
Interviews

James Murphy Knows He's Not Getting Any Younger

The LCD Soundsystem frontman talks fatherhood, brawls and his obsession with British music.
John Doran
10.9.17
Fandom Week

Being a Britney Spears Stan Means Understanding Your Fave Is Human

What you learn about femininity and sexuality from growing up while Britney did.
Lauren O'Neill
9.28.17
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An Anxiety Expert Explains How to Make Panic Attacks Your Bitch

I spoke to the man who helped me rethink my anxiety in the hopes that he can do the same for you.
So Sad Today
6.29.17
so sad today

How to Not Cure Your Panic Attacks

The things that have helped me the most in the midst of severe panic attacks have not been attempts to "cure" the attacks, but to reframe the narrative of what I'm experiencing.
So Sad Today
6.2.17