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The Noisey Questionnaire of Life
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Noisey Questionnaire of Life with Tyla Yaweh

Tyla Yaweh answers the most important questions in life.
The Noisey Questionnaire of Life
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Noisey Questionnaire of Life with Tank and the Bangas

Tank and the Bangas answer the most important questions in life about New Orleans, Ariana Grande, and Crawfish Boil.
VICE Raps
13:29

ONEFOUR: Australia’s First Drill Rappers

Onefour are Australia’s first drill rappers. Rapping about knives, violence and prison, their music is getting attention from all over the world.
VICE Meets
14:39

The Casteless Collective : Singing Songs of Social Justice

VICE meets The Casteless Collective, an ensemble Dalit music band from Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
Street Performances
4:40

We Went Busking With Eric Andre AKA BLARF in NYC

Taji helps artists like Blarf get ahead with promotional outreach in the streets of NYC.
Indonesia Riot
14:03

Indonesia's First All-Trans Girlband: AMUBA

VICE meets with AMUBA, Indonesia's first all-trans girlband, and learns about their struggle to build a music career in a country where the LGBTQ community is so maligned.
Noisey Specials
3:50

On the Road with PUP

PUP is known for being constantly on the road. This summer they will be playing to some of their biggest crowds ever. We joined them on the road as they began touring their third album, 'Morbid Stuff.'
VICE News Shorts
2:35

Arthur Russell, Low and Mary Ruefle: Here’s What Yannis from Foals Is Currently Obsessed With

Known for their euphoric crowd-surfing performances, the Oxford-based band is not playing it safe in 2019.
Bong Appétit / Extra Scene
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Tumbling Kief & Smoking Chillum

In this extra scene from BONG APPÉTIT: COOKOFF, Chef Miguel and the Dank Duchess school the judges' lounge on advanced methods of cannabis consumption.
VICE Self-Portraits
2:22

Self Portrait: Rita Ora

Rita Ora stopped by VICE Asia to draw herself and her alter-ego.
The VICE Questionnaire of Life
2:40

The Questionnaire of Life: Rita Ora

Rita Ora visited VICE Asia to answer some of the hardest and most important questions in life.
Daily VICE
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Grandma Techno Captures Detroit's Rave Culture

76-year-old Patricia Lay-Dorsey AKA Grandma Techno has been taking photos at Movement festival in Detroit since 2005. We talk with her about her new photo book and how today's dance music culture mirrors the ‘60s.
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