Suicide is on the rise, especially among young people. Tonic dug deeper than the statistics to find out why.


The Prodigy's Keith Flint Has Died at 49

The musician was found at his home on Monday morning.
Noisey UK Staff

Saro's "Sky Doesn't Blue" Visual Is a Stark, Dark Pop Reckoning with Loss

The rising LA singer takes on the demons of a friend's suicide in the first of a video series from his 'Boy Afraid' EP.
Andrea Domanick
festivals 2016

Desert Daze Is a Strange Trip of a Festival, and It Kicks Ass

The weekender is a mental and physical escapade to the sand-y confines of a prehistoric enclave.
Eve Barlow
Noisey News

Kid Cudi Has Checked into Rehab for Depression and Mental Health Issues

"I deserve to have peace. I deserve to be happy and smiling. Why not me?”
Phil Witmer
festivals 2016

Desert Daze Adds Godspeed, Toro Y Moi, S U R V I V E, and More to 2016 Lineup

Plus, a tribute to Suicide's Alan Vega.
Andrea Domanick
Ku pamięci

Arcade Fire's Win Butler Covers "Dream Baby Dream" in Honor of Late Suicide Frontman Alan Vega

Vega died peacefully in his sleep on July 16, at the age of 78.
Noisey Staff
festivals 2016

Announcing Desert Daze 2016 with Suicide, Brian Jonestown Massacre, Deerhunter, and More

The fifth year of the psyched-out desert jaunt returns for an expanded three days at a new location in Joshua Tree October 14 - 16.
Noisey Staff

Watch Kehlani Give a Speech to Her Crowd About Mental Illness

"Please don't try it. Don't do it."
John Hill
Presented By Vinyl

After All These Years, Alan Vega Is Still a Ghost Rider

We talked to the legendary Suicide singer about the 70s, working with Alex Chilton, and painting.
Peter Holslin

People Would Boo, And I Would Scream Back At Them: "I Hate Your Fucking Guts!"

Reflecting on 45 of Suicide, one of the most fearless live acts to ever walk on planet Earth, with Alan Vega and Martin Rev.
Holy Shit

Watch Powell's Video for "Insomniac" Featuring Steve Albini's Voice and Emails

Big up, Steve.
John Hill
Deep Ass Questions

A Brief History of the Drum Machine in Rock Music

Does the drum machine represent the decay of Western Civilization, or the irreversible march towards progress? We investigate.
Peter Holslin