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Oneohtrix Point Never Wins Soundtrack Award at Cannes Film Festival

The producer created an original score for the Robert Pattinson film 'Good Time.'
Britt Julious
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Hear a New Oneohtrix Point Never and Iggy Pop Collaboration

"The Pure And The Damned" appears in the trailer for a feature film called 'Good Time,' which Daniel Lopatin composed the soundtrack for.
Alexander Iadarola

Heidi's Love for Prince Knows No Bounds

The Jackathon founder talks strip clubs, shoegaze, and keeping it underground on the BBC on the latest episode of Rave Curious.
Joshua Glazer
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Red Bull Music Academy Announces 2016 Montreal Lineup with Björk, Theo Parrish, Tiga, and More

This year's program includes live performances, lectures, and artist workshops, and goes down Sept. 24 to Oct. 28.
Max Mertens

Jim Jarmusch Shines a Light on Working-Class Artists and Iggy Pop

We caught up with the veteran filmmaker at Cannes to talk about his two newest films, the poetic 'Paterson' and the Iggy Pop and the Stooges documentary 'Gimme Danger.'
Brandon Harris

This Crude Canadian Zine Was into Punk Before It Existed

Started in the summer of 1971, "Denim Delinquent" covered the angry young bands that the high-minded rock press refused to touch.
Tony Rettman
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Even Iggy Pop Is an Arca Fan Now

The Stooges' icon spun a track by the boundary-pushing producer on his BBC Radio show.
Colin Joyce

How 'Trainspotting' Made America Realize that Electronic Music Matters Just as Much as Rock

Remembering that time when Underworld's "Born Slippy" helped set the stage for the 90s dance music moment.
Joshua Glazer

Here's How David Bowie Fans Mourned at His Former Berlin Apartment

Aday after his death, fans gathered at his former flat at Hauptstrasse 155, Schoeneberg, Berlin to grieve.
Vincent Bittner

Photographer Mick Rock Looks Back at Ziggy Stardust's Takeover of the Universe

We talked about the life and legacy of David Bowie with the man who served as his personal photographer during his some of his most creative years.
Drew Millard

Rediscovering San Francisco's Punk Scene in a Box of Old Negatives

John Roberts documented the Bay Area's pre-AIDS, post-Hippie era, but until recently he thought all of his photos had been lost forever.
John Roberts, Text by Joseph Bien-Kahn

Hey New York, Come Celebrate Music Photographer Mick Rock with Two Events This Week

One of the most iconic rock photographers ever is having a gallery show in Tribeca and an hour-long conversation at the Ace Hotel with two other rock documentary heavy-hitters, Bob Gruen and Legs McNeil.
VICE Staff