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.
People say subculture is dead, but they just need to look at the new tribe of teenagers wearing bucket hats and shotter bags, throwing parties in disused depots and inhaling a lot of laughing gas.
From Cambridge student piss-ups to basement metal nights, fetish clubs to central London indie discos, he spent three years drinking through Britain's various subcultures.
Case in point: Lewis Hamilton, who has adopted cool like an Action Man outfit with the help of a trained team of professionals.
Just three years ago, there was a palpable sense of fear in the 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.
'Artisan' coffee shops are profiteering cynics dressed up in fake, post-beatnik, counter-cultural swagger.
They've got the internet raging over the demise of the beautiful game, but they're just a symptom of bigger issues threatening the sport.
Jay Rayner and J Hus tell us all we need to know about the changing face of the capital.
Clive Martin and Faze talked grime, fashion, drugs and clubs in a few of the capital's tackiest shops.
Take a boring pop track, add steel drums, pan-pipes and a 4/4 beat and voila: you have Instagram house, a genre of music that sounds like the last day of your holiday.
Marco Materazzi managing Elano deep in Tamil territory; Jon Arne Riise bringing his spectacular ginger foot to Delhi; Lucio succeeding Robert Pires as the star man in the hippy paradise of Goa. What more could you want?
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 UK cities swapped raving for a dire yuppie parody.
An XI made up of the league's most weird, fascinating, depressing and terrifying players.