Josh Terry

New music

Bandcamp Is Giving Artists 100% Commission Again

Here are five you can support today.
Josh Terry
2 days ago
New music

Flo Milli's Classic SWV Sample and 13 Other Songs Hotter Than This July

July was a month of problematic music news and posthumous albums from Juice WRLD and Pop Smoke, but music prevailed anyway.
Kristin Corry
Leslie Horn
Josh Terry
Ashwin Rodrigues
7.31.20
Features

Congress Can Save Independent Venues if It Wants To

“The Save Our Stages Act is a critical lifeline,” said Joe Shanahan, the founder, owner, and operator of iconic Chicago venue Metro.
Josh Terry
7.31.20
Features

It's Going to Take a Lot of Luck for Live Music to Come Back Safely

As independent agencies lobby Congress for coronavirus relief, bookers are in a constant state of rescheduling tours for the artists they represent.
Josh Terry
7.23.20
New music

Dehd's New Album Will Make You Miss Going to Shows

'Flower of Devotion' is bursting with life and tangible energy on record, but it’s the kind of music that’s best experienced live.
Josh Terry
7.15.20
Features

Most Independent Music Venues Will Die If They Don't Get a Bailout Soon

We talked to the National Independent Venue Association (NIVA) about why without government relief, their entire industry is in jeopardy.
Josh Terry
7.15.20
Features

Hosting Concerts During a Pandemic Puts the Future of Live Music at Risk

Though artists like Chase Rice, Chris Janson, and DaBaby are playing shows, an epidemiologist told VICE why that's a bad idea.
Josh Terry
7.7.20
New music

The Union of Musicians and Allied Workers Just Made a Comp to Support Immigrants

The newly formed union put out ‘Exitos Varios,’ a 15-track LP from essential underground artists, just in time for Bandcamp Friday.
Josh Terry
7.3.20
TV

'Upload' Is Like 'Black Mirror' With Really Bleak Jokes

The pitch-black satire about a Silicon Valley-made digital afterlife is scathing, entertaining, and seems self-aware it's on Amazon.
Josh Terry
7.1.20
Essays

Bubba Wallace Is the Beginning of a New NASCAR

The sport knows its audience is becoming younger and more progressive. If it’s truly committed to inclusivity, its future will look like Wallace.
Josh Terry
7.1.20
Features

Concerts Are Canceled, So Musicians Are Heading Back to Risky Day Jobs

Artists who lost touring income are returning to their service industry jobs amid rising coronavirus cases. "Everybody is scared," one told VICE.
Josh Terry
6.30.20
Objectively Correct List

Noname's Response to J. Cole and 12 Other Songs We Loved This Month

While much of the industry was shaking to keep up with the revolution, artists like Noname, City Girls, and Shamir continued to make the music we wanted to hear.
Kristin Corry
Josh Terry
6.26.20
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