Jill is a social media producer at VICE and a contributor at Noisey. Her favourite Davids are Bowie, Byrne, and Lynch.
Provocateur Hubert Lenoir Burns Down His Past
Quebec’s rising glam star talks about rebirth, controversy, and shares the rebellious music video for "Tôn hotel," the highlight of his debut album 'Darlène.'
How Music Communities Can Survive Their Leaders' Alleged Misconduct
Directors at Toronto's Wavelength concert series and Ottawa's Arboretum Music Festival have stepped aside, leading to questions about how these scenes can move forward.
Dilly Dally Almost Died
The Toronto band nearly broke up after their breakout ‘Sore.’ Out of the ashes comes their new album ‘Heaven,’ the group's most dynamic work yet.
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The Guide to Getting into Roxy Music
Featuring Bryan Ferry and Brian Eno, Roxy Music’s melodramatic yet undersung art rock paved the way for punk, new wave, and decades of music to come.
The Charlatans' Tim Burgess, MBV’s Debbie Googe Join Forces on “Many Clouds”
Burgess talks working with My Bloody Valentine’s Debbie Googe, his upcoming album 'As I Was Now,' being label boss at O Genesis, and 'Twin Peaks.'
Tell Depression to Fuck Off with Lonely Parade’s “I’m So Tired”
The post-punk trio’s first single with Buzz Records tackles mental health with dark humour and melodic, contagious math-rock energy.
This Simpsons-Gorillaz Mashup Is Better Than Mouthwatering Steamed Hams
NPCarlsson’s “Feel Good Inc.” remix of Principal Skinner and Superintendent Chalmers’ iconic “Steamed Hams” is an unforgettable luncheon.
We, Ah, Talked to Jeff Goldblum and, Uh, It Was Excellent
The reverse-character actor mmms, uhs, and oohs about Thor: Ragnarok, Jurassic Park, Isle of Dogs, jazz, meeting Quavo from Migos and stealing donuts.
This 80s Depeche Mode Doc Starring Teen Fans Was the First True Reality Show
"Wow, a bunch of people that have really cool haircuts, wear eyeliner and wear all black? These are my people. They facilitated that acceptance."
It's the Time of Year to Bring Back “Nine Inch Noëls," the Best Twisted Christmas Carol for NIN Fans
Head like a ho! ho! hole!
The Year Musicians Left the Stage for the Timeline and Opened Up About Mental Health
Social media has become a valuable platform for drawing the circle of conversation about mental health and our pop stars much wider.
The World Sucks So Canada Is Making 80s Pop Again
During these dark times, saxgasms are what we deserve.