rock and roll

10.17.17

Little Richard’s Traumatic Black, Queer Childhood Helped Mold Rock 'N' Roll

The musical legend continues to grapple with an identity that promoted freedom in rock music.

7.20.17

This Teen Took Candid Photos of the 70s' Biggest Rock Stars

Photographer Brad Elterman relives his glory days of shooting David Bowie, Joan Jett, Bob Dylan, and KISS.

3.24.17

Why Do We Assume Good Musicians Are Good People?

Chuck Berry's death has reignited familiar questions over how far critics should go in the impulse to conflate a musician’s work and character.

3.22.17

Remembering Chuck Berry and His Extremely Complicated Legacy

He was as much of an American icon as he was a black one, but his legacy has always been complicated.

3.18.17

Chuck Berry, Rock and Roll Icon, Dead at 90

The man who many people attribute the creation of rock and roll to has died.

11.27.16

Partying with John Waters in 1970s Provincetown

This is the story of the summer photographer Nan Goldin and writer/actress Cookie Mueller spent with eccentrics like Philippe Marcade and John Waters.

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8.10.16

We Saw Skrillex Open for Guns N’ Roses and It Made Us Believe in America Again

What do Axl Rose and Sonny Moore have in common? We went to the band's Houston show to find out.

6.27.16

Halifax's Adam Baldwin Wants Better Mental Health Awareness in Canada

The former Matt Mays sideman speaks on his solo debut and the benefits of being rock 'n' roll.

8.20.15

Inside The Festival Girl's Journey to Document Modern Day Hippie Chicks

Together with photographer Jay Blakesberg, 'Hippie Chick' celebrates 35 years of women at music festivals.

4.15.15

VICE Exclusive: Listen to Everclear's New Song, 'Sugar Noise'

Everclear's pop-grunge twang is present on their new album, but the new songs feel a little rougher around the edges and a little more grown up.

1.30.15

25 Things You Should Start Doing Now That You’re 25

Here's how to grow up without being a dick about it.

12.10.14

Bobby Keys Was History's Hardest-Partying Saxophonist

I spoke to Joe Ely, a friend of the late Rolling Stones horn player, about their time in West Texas's honky-tonks and their legendary escapades fueled by booze and little white pills.

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