The 100 Best Albums of the 2010s

How do you narrow an entire decade of genre-breaking music down to a list of 100 albums? It's an impossible task, but we did it.

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Summer Walker’s Canceled Tour Proves Social Anxiety Is Deeply Misunderstood

The backlash the R&B singer faced when discussing her mental health issues sparked a conversation on the misconceptions of anxiety. We asked a cognitive behavioral therapist what social anxiety looks like in the internet age.

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Noel Gallagher Says Liam’s Tweets Are the Reason Oasis Won’t Reunite

In the past decade, Liam's taken to Twitter to call his brother "a fat fuck," "SHITBAG," "a PRICK," "Mr. Kiss Arse," and, uh, other things.

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Why Your Favorite Alt-Rock Legends Are Remixing Their Old Albums

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.

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Fishbowl Freestyle with Taylor Bennett

Taylor Bennett gives us his best bars based on random words from our fishbowl.

Ari Lennox Draws Her Self Portrait

Ari Lennox draws her self portrait.

Project Genius: The Story of 03 Greedo

We sit down with one of rap's most promising talents, 03 Greedo, who's meteoric rise was cut short due to drug trafficking charges.

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Grimes Is the Artist of the Decade

No artist has challenged our assumptions about what pop music can be like Grimes.

My Chemical Romance Is the Artist of the Decade

The band dominated and influenced rock throughout the 2010s—even though they were inactive for most of the decade.

Jack Antonoff Is the Artist of the Decade

Love him or hate him, Antonoff’s prolific production work makes him one of the most notable artists of the 2010s.

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Clams Casino on 'Moon Trip Radio': "It Sounds Like Music to Be Alone To"

VICE spoke to the New Jersey producer about his latest solo release and how fatherhood has changed his approach to making music.

11 Artists on Covering John Cage's '4'33"'

Mute Records is celebrating its 40th birthday with 58 covers of Cage's trailblazing piece of silent music from artists like Lee Ranaldo and Maps.

Peter Hook Is on a Mission to Play Every New Order Song—Without New Order

In New Order and Joy Division, he wrote some of the most iconic songs of the 80s. Now he tells VICE what it's like to share them with the band that dumped him.

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Neon Indian’s New Song Tackles Life as a Mexican Immigrant in Trump’s America

Alan Palomo's new ode to growing up on the border is a political turn for the chillwave group—and it slaps!

Here's the New Song From The National's Matt Berninger and Phoebe Bridgers

The duo recorded "Walking on a String" for Netflix's 'Between Two Ferns: The Movie,' which is out now.

Justin Timberlake's New Music Will Lean Heavily on Black Artists, Again

The 'Man of the Woods' singer appears tired of the woods; he just announced forthcoming collaborations with SZA, Lizzo, and Meek Mill.

Noel Gallagher Says Liam’s Tweets Are the Reason Oasis Won’t Reunite

In the past decade, Liam's taken to Twitter to call his brother "a fat fuck," "SHITBAG," "a PRICK," "Mr. Kiss Arse," and, uh, other things.

Song Teasers Are Useless

Taylor Swift is releasing her ‘Cats’ single tomorrow. Want to hear just one line from it? You’re in luck.

Kacey Musgraves and Willie Nelson's 'Rainbow Connection' Cover Is So Pure

The two performed the song made famous by 'The Muppet Movie' Wednesday night at the 2019 Country Music Awards.

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Why Your Favorite Alt-Rock Legends Are Remixing Their Old Albums

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.

Tyler, The Creator Is the Artist of the Decade

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.

Wilco Haven’t Just Endured, They’ve Gotten Better

'Ode To Joy’ cements their legacy as the greatest band of our time.

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Forever Warped: On the Beach, at the Tour That Refuses to Die

It was "a funeral where everyone could keep hanging out." For now.

Know When to Dance Like a Woman, and Look Like a Man

When Millennium Dance Complex opened in the 90s, the world of hip-hop had very specific visions of how men and women should look and perform. Two decades later, a lot has changed.

Pittsburgh's Rap Scene Is Wounded But Optimistic

Following the deaths of two of the city's most prominent exports, Mac Miller and Jimmy Wopo, rappers like Benji. and My Favorite Color are doing their best to pick up the pieces.

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Doll Skin's Joyful Pop Punk Is the Future

The Arizona band's new album 'Love Is Dead and We Killed Her' gives mid-aughts alt-rock a fresh coat of Manic Panic.

Puerto Rican Hitmaker Jhay Cortez Doesn't Need American Hip-Hop’s Approval

The writer behind Cardi B's "I Like It" and other bangers is ready to top the charts under his own name.

Lucky Daye Is Turning His Traumatic Religious Upbringing into Hope

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.

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