Nicholas Krgovich Returns with "Rosemary," a Cheery Heartbreak Ballad
The first single from the Vancouver singer-songwriter's new album, 'OUCH,' seems breezy at first. And then it doesn't.
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On "Still Clean," Soccer Mommy's Sophie Allison Is Lonely but Not Fearful
Listen to the latest single from the 20-year-old singer-songwriter's excellent upcoming album, 'Clean.'
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Hak Baker Subverts What a British Folk Singer Can Be
The Londoner makes what he calls "g-folk" and talks at 100 miles a minute, jumping from excitement to irritation to laughter.
Kali Uchis Is Ready for Her Global Domination
In this Noisey Next video, the Colombian singer explains her rise from photo-obsessed college kid to global star.
Keaton Henson Only Wants to Be Honest With Himself
"I try and take the things that we all find really unpleasant and show them in all their unpleasantness."
Leonard Cohen Taught Me the Value of Patience: Tiga Remembers the Iconic Canadian Artist
The DJ/producer on his personal and musical relationship with the late Montreal singer-songwriter and fellow Virgo.
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Bob Dylan Doesn't Need a Nobel Prize
The winner never pleases everyone, but it's at least a chance to remind the larger public that serious literature exists, and to give one person a nice boost in book sales.
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How Malika Tirolien Finds Solace in Jazz
At last month's Montreal International Jazzfest, the talented singer-songwriter won fans over with her blend of jazz and Caribbean influences.
VICE Exclusive: Watch Maïa Vidal Nearly Drown in Her New Music Video for 'The Tide'
Check out the new video and read our short interview with the singer-songwriter, who's releasing her third full-length in the fall.
We Went Skateboarding With SOAK
Northern Ireland’s most promising singer-songwriter tried to teach me how to kickflip while I quizzed her about skate culture and sacrificing the social pleasures of teenage life for touring.
Los Angeles Police Department's New Single Is Loving and Gentle
Unlike the actual LAPD, Ryan Pollie's work is thoughtfully nuanced and slow, much of it about the fleeting security of love.