record labels


German Label Prophecy Productions Wants to Conquer the American Metal Scene

The extreme metal-focused label just opened a new U.S. office, a daring move in a changing industry. Will their gamble pay off?
Kevin Stewart-Panko
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast

The Music Industry's #MeToo Movement Has Been Systematically Silenced

On today's episode of 'The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast,' Noisey's Andrea Domanick discusses the industry's hidden underbelly of sexual harassment.
VICE Staff
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast

The Untimely Demise of Beloved Indie Rock Label SideOneDummy

Noisey writer Dan Ozzi discusses the legacy and loss of SideOneDummy Records on today's episode of 'The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast.'
VICE Staff

The Dollars and Desperation Silencing #MeToo in Music

Sexual misconduct is built into the foundation of the music industry. Our data and the stories of over two dozen women show how culture and labor conditions create a perfect storm for abuse.
Andrea Domanick
It's Lit

Metal Blade's Brian Slagel Looks Back at 35 Years of Metal Domination

Read our interview with the legendary label founder, and check out an exclusive excerpt from his new book on the wild, triumphant history of Metal Blade Records.
Alex Deller

This Record Label Is Literally Creating Its Own Universe

We talk to IHC 1NFINITY founder Franki Chan about its surreal cinematic vision and the crazy year leading to the video premiere of Mark Redito's "So Many Things to Tell You."
Andrea Domanick

The Infamous Story of Noise Records Comes to Life in a Revealing New Book

Read our interview with author David E. Gehlke, and enjoy an exclusive book excerpt about Noise's infamous dealings with Celtic Frost
Sarah Kitteringham
Noisey News

Soulja Boy Dropped Every Artist From His Record Label

"And thanks for blessing me to see the snakes and remove them from my life. Needed that."
John Hill

Meet the Next Generation of Female Record Label Bosses

We spoke to Nightwave, Madam X, and Timanti about how they're taking on a male dominated industry at its own game.
Kamila Rymajdo
Internet Exploring

The Founder of the Pirate Bay Plans to "Bankrupt" the Music Industry with His New Art Project

His "Kopimashin" is designed to make 100 copies of Gnarls Barkley's "Crazy" every second, or about 8 million copies a day.
Kyle Kramer
short circuit

New Streaming Company Electric Jukebox Targets People Who Still Listen to CDs

A new UK streaming company is trying to win over people who still listen to CDs.
Victoria Turk

I Applied For An A&R Position At Ed Sheeran’s New Record Label

But the loveable red head has yet to call me back.
Tom Hutchins