Rank Your Records
Scott Devendorf Ranks the National's Stormy Rock Records
Ahead of their new album 'I Am Easy to Find,' the band's bassist reflects on their moving music, which has shown up on arena stages and in MMA movies.
Pittsburgh's Rap Scene Is Wounded But Optimistic
Following the deaths of two of the city's most prominent exports, Mac Miller and Jimmy Wopo, rappers like Benji. and My Favorite Color are doing their best to pick up the pieces.
TikTok Has Created a Whole New Class of Influencer
While the app's stars might have millions of fans, they're not making nearly as much money as their contemporaries on YouTube.
Holly Herndon's New, AI-Spawned Album Is Full of Humanity
For 'PROTO,' the artist and her collaborators built an AI that was trained on their voices. The music it produced is eerie at times, but it's full of life.
The Story of the DIY Publication That Kept Bands on the Road for Decades
How 'Book Your Own Fuckin' Life' helped countless punk bands tour in the pre-internet era.
'Fusion' Food Is Finally Moving Past Cheeseburger Wontons
A new generation of chefs wants to take “fusion” beyond a punchline.
How to Debase Yourself and Get Free Food From Chain Restaurants at the Same Time
I have discovered the holy grail of free food—a technique so ridiculous and easy that anyone can do it.
Oobah Butler's Guide to Faking Your Way to the Top
Read an excerpt from the VICE writer's new book, 'How To Bullsh*t Your Way To Number 1: An Unorthodox Guide To 21st Century Success.'
A Handy Guide to Navigating the Endless Rules of Polyamory
Or; why dating someone who already has a partner might be a bad idea. But maybe that was just what happened to me!
This Is Why California Will Keep Burning
One massive utility company is responsible for many of the wildfires and dozens of deaths. Can we make our infrastructure stop killing us?
The Stories You Lose When Your Refugee Family Splits Itself Up
After her entire family fled Iraq, my grandmother stayed behind because she didn't want to give up on the country she loves.
Election Season Is Boom Time for Indonesia's Exorcists
Legislative candidates spend a fortune on their campaigns. When the majority of them lose the race, their savings and their sanity, exorcists step in.
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