What It's Like to Party in a War Zone
For the first episode of 'Big Night Out' on VICELAND, host Clive Martin travelled to the People's Republic of Donetsk to see how people let off steam in the midst of an ongoing war.
It was once called "a piss-poor youthquake that will soon go out of fashion", but new rave set a precedent for everything that's going on right now.
From Cambridge student shit shows to basement metal nights, fetish clubs to indie discos, he spent three years drinking through various subcultures.
It seems almost anybody, or any brand, can suddenly reboot themselves as a swagged-out standard bearer of cool.
Just three years ago, there was a palpable sense of fear in the British media about the horrors Lads were capable of. Now, they've all but disappeared. What happened?
The New York ballroom scene has spread to a European incarnation that mixes straight, gay, black, white, men, women, young, and old. Photographer Ewen Spencer has been following its parties.
Capitalism, classism, and a forced sense of quirkiness are colliding on the streets of the UK capital.
Famed foodie Jay Rayner and rapper J Hus tell us all we need to know about the changing face of the UK capital.
Clive Martin and Faze talked grime, fashion, drugs, and clubs in a few of London's tackiest shops.
What is "Instagram house"? You know what I mean: Producers remixing Ed Sheeran tracks with steel drums, pan-pipes, and 4/4 beats in a way that sounds just like the last day of your vacation.
If your Facebook feed looks anything like mine, it's getting overrun with normal people using weird image macros to bitch about "haters," "cheaters," and "whores."
How London and other cities have replaced raves with dire yuppie parody.
London is a city that exists permanently at the end of its rope. It's the last metropolis in a sinking country on a starving continent, an island within an island oozing out into the Home Counties like an unstoppable concrete oil spill.
Tracing the origins of London's newest and most annoyingly infantile youth tribe.
In the never-ending circle pit of bad decisions and splitting headaches, these two Italian films have been there to steer me through.
I spent a night seeing what London nightlife looks like for tourists. As it turns out, it's full of tacky pubs and overpriced transportation.
Ibiza is a place that looms large in all our imaginations, the sun-kissed, beer-drenched rock in the middle of the Mediterranean where all our hedonistic dreams can come true. But what is it that makes people come back year after year to the same tiny isl…