Regardless of your stance on Black Out Tuesday, it's clear that the music industry is plagued by inequality. That has to change.
We check in with rising Gender Fluid Hyper-Pop star Dorian Electra and ask them to take us on a in depth tour of their one of a kind closet.
Adam Devine explains why he’d definitely be the first to die in an alien invasion.
BigKlit, a young rapper out of Brooklyn, is known for her no-f*cks-given attitude and rage-filled flows.
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There are only five people in New York capable of fixing antique jukeboxes. Unless they can find someone to carry on their line of work, it might go extinct.
What do car assembly, Fiesta dinnerware, and fans have in common? They’re all made by people whose names we will never know.
In a divorce, who gets custody of the embryos?
“As soon as I found [the goth] community… it really surprised me at how much of it stemmed from Black culture.”
Massachusetts' Berniepalooza tapped Worcester's DIY scene to mobilize support in one of the most economically marginalized areas of the state.
The story behind the song by little-known R&B singer Gloria Barnes that's at the center of "Home," the lead single off Caribou's 'Suddenly.'
Composers Wade MacNeil and Andrew Gordon Macpherson told VICE about entrance music, fandom, and pairing horror movie sounds with heartbreaking moments.
Fear of the future can feel paralyzing. VICE talked to Sophie Allison about her new album that feels anything but.
The 'Dreaming Lucid' singer interlaces English and Spanish lyrics to tell highly personal stories of despair and escape.
The newly formed union put out ‘Exitos Varios,’ a 15-track LP from essential underground artists, just in time for Bandcamp Friday.
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.
From Chloe x Halle's evolution on 'Ungodly Hour' to Teyana Taylor's 90s-inspired 'The Album,' R&B has kept us grounded amid chaos.
OutKast's André 3000 and Big Boi have been longtime nominees, but other suggestions span from Dolly Parton to Oderus Urungus of GWAR.
They raised $1 million for Black Lives Matter in one day, but BTS fans have been mobilizing the BTS Army for a variety of other causes, too.
The video for Tay Zonday’s song went viral a decade ago, but many people didn't realize it was a powerful anthem about institutional racism.
She says 'Miss Anthropocene' is about making "climate change fun"—and she can't stop talking about her hopes for an AI-driven future. But she might just be playing with our perceptions.
Acts like The Replacements, Pearl Jam, and now R.E.M. have decided to tinker with the past. But they’re not rewriting history—just presenting it from a new angle.
After starting the decade testing the limits of shock with Odd Future, the rapper’s journey to mellow and sincere has been even more radical.
The Arizona band's new album 'Love Is Dead and We Killed Her' gives mid-aughts alt-rock a fresh coat of Manic Panic.
The writer behind Cardi B's "I Like It" and other bangers is ready to top the charts under his own name.
The most exciting new voice in the R&B revival grew up in a Christian church that forbade him from listening to music. With his debut album, 'Painted,' he's turning his pain into song.