New music

Unknown Mortal Orchestra Faithfully Cover David Bowie's "Oh, You Pretty Things"

Recorded for a Sirius XMU session, it stays true to the original, right down to the apocalyptic undertones.
Alex Robert Ross
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Here's an Inexplicably Long Video About the Weird New Bowie Statue

The Starman's been immortalised in the English town of Aylesbury, where he debuted his Ziggy Stardust alter ego onstage.
Noisey UK Staff

Young Thug Is Glam Rock

Glam rock tended to get at sociopolitical issues in a circuitous way, rather than through overt, topical songwriting. Sound like anyone you know?
Paul Thompson
New music

Harry Styles Is Brooding on New Track "Sweet Creature," Because He Broods Now, OK?

It's an acoustic guitar-led, Fleetwood Mac-influenced love-in.
Lauren O'Neill
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Jimmy Fallon Does Good Bowie Impression, Brings In Nile Rodgers and Harry Styles for Live “Let’s Dance”

The Chic legend and former One Direction star helped Fallon with the coast-to-coast live intro.
Alex Robert Ross

The Last David Bowie Left on Earth

A year after Ziggy Stardust ascended, we track down the David Bowie impersonator who is still dedicating his life to the Thin White Duke.
Annalies Winny

How Artists Are Remembering David Bowie, One Year Later

Also, new David Bowie songs and a music video dropped over the weekend.
Beckett Mufson

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Putin apparently wants Microsoft out of Russia, a US gas price hike is expected after a deadly pipeline explosion in Alabama, Assad plans to rule Syria until at least 2021, and more.
VICE Staff
stream of the crop

Stream of the Crop: 10 New Albums for Heavy Rotation 10/22

New albums from Lady Gaga, D.R.A.M., Leonard Cohen, and American Football top this week's list. And the NBA starting makes us a little sad.
Alex Robert Ross
Noisey News

Listen To "No Plan," One of David Bowie's Three Last Recordings

Recorded with the Blackstar band, it features on 'Lazarus Cast Album,' out October 21.
Alex Robert Ross
Behind The Lens

Photographer Steve Schapiro on the Magic of Shooting David Bowie

He first shot Bowie in 1974 and in his new book, Schapiro reveals never seen before snaps. Here he discusses capturing an icon and Bowie's ability to truly be himself frame after frame.
Joseph Henry Staten
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Watch an Official Animated Video for David Bowie's "I Can't Give Everything Away"

Oh, Bowie. To hear your voice once more, it sounds like magic.
Noisey Staff