i-D Meets St. Vincent
During her recent trip to Australia, i-D spent the day with Annie Clark at the Sydney Opera House. Between exploring empty theatres, backstage secrets and quiet corners we caught up on the latest incarnation of her musical doppelgänger St. Vincent.
From SoundCloud to Success with Post Malone
Since releasing his five-time platinum single “White Iverson” on SoundCloud, Post Malone has exploded to pop stardom. At just 22, he's already toured with Justin Bieber and written for Kanye West.
12-Year Old Fidget Spinning Rapper Matt Ox
Noisey Raps with Matt Ox.
Back & Forth
Josh Homme x Rob Delaney
Two of our favourite people on the planet, QOTSA frontman Josh Homme and comedian Rob Delaney shoot the shit about everything from Mark Ronson to ZZ Top.
Berlin's Longest Running DJ on the Birth of Techno in 1989
In the second episode, DJ Westbam leads us through a vivid music scene that went from Punk to Electronic and united a progressive youth on the dance floor.
VICE News Tonight
Diplo thinks this Syrian wedding singer will be EDM's next star
VICE News talks to Omar Souleyman who went from being a wedding singer in Syria to rocking international stages, to working with Diplo.
VICE News Tonight
Phoenix breaks down how they composed “J-Boy”
Phoenix breaks down a song from their new album, Ti Amo, released June 9th.
Noisey Mental Health
No Smoking in The Booth: A Film About Skunk, Grime and Mental Health
As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, Noisey presents No Smoking in the Booth - a documentary about skunk, grime and mental health, with Boy Better Know member Jammer.
DJ JAZ and the Church of Episco-Disco
In the first episode of THUMP Profiles, THUMP travels to JAZ's home in Charleston, South Carolina to catch a sermon behind the altar (and the decks), firsthand.
Dead Things, the Death Penalty, and Flirting with Black Metal with Kvelertak
We met up with Norwegian heavy metal phenomenon Kvelertak at their show in LA, and spent some time exploring one of Hollywood's darkest corners - the Museum of Death.
Get Out Of Your Own Way: Anarchy & Peace with Penny Rimbaud of Crass
The 73-year-old artist, poet, and activist Penny Rimbaud founded the most influential anarcho-punk group of the 20th century in Crass, along with Steve Ignorant.
Footworkin' in Tokyo
THUMP heads to Japan to track down the vibrant local community of dancers and DJs who've embraced footwork, Chicago's most breakneck-paced style of music and dance.