The VICE Guide to Right Now
It's Messed Up These People Are Kissing a Car for 50 Hours, Right?
Under capitalism, there is no distinction between work and humiliation.
A Conversation with Rude Kid About the Future of Grime on Mainstream Radio
"Grime is no longer a niche genre, it’s just simply: good music."
DJ EZ Thinks You Should Get Off Your Computer and Back Into the Club
He is currently in the middle of a US tour.
A Love Letter to Kisstory, the Radio Station Keeping the Great British Night Out Alive
Because listening to Flo Rida "Low" with a bright blue alcopop is as much a part of the tapestry of British nightclubs as the Hacienda.
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The Twisting and Industrial Evolution of... Noise-Hop
Tracing a path from 80s New York all the way to 'Yeezus', via the invaluable contributions of Public Enemy, Death Grips, Dalek and more.
Pirate Radio Turf War, Raids, and Raves: Looking Back at the Early Days of KISS FM
We talked to founder Gordon Mac and former DJ Lindsay Wesker about how their station—run illegally out of a Walthamstow tower block through the late-1980s—informed a generation of music-lovers.