The genre-defying, multi-talented Canadian songwriter is the king of quarantine releases.
The pandemic has left musicians who perform underground without a place to do what they love—and, in turn, without a sense of purpose.
With touring on hold, artists have become increasingly dependent on music and merch sales, which means they're also relying a lot on the USPS.
Jacob Collier and ‘The Tonight Show’ booker Julie Gurovitsch tell VICE how the pandemic has forced musicians to get creative.
“The Save Our Stages Act is a critical lifeline,” said Joe Shanahan, the founder, owner, and operator of iconic Chicago venue Metro.
As independent agencies lobby Congress for coronavirus relief, bookers are in a constant state of rescheduling tours for the artists they represent.
We talked to the National Independent Venue Association (NIVA) about why without government relief, their entire industry is in jeopardy.
Though artists like Chase Rice, Chris Janson, and DaBaby are playing shows, an epidemiologist told VICE why that's a bad idea.
Artists who lost touring income are returning to their service industry jobs amid rising coronavirus cases. "Everybody is scared," one told VICE.
Joe White and Tom Russo talk about the making of the Melbourne band's bright and adventurous sophomore LP, 'Sideways To New Italy.'