There's a mixer, crossfader, two turntables, and even effects.
In an attempt to bring the focus back to the music, some club organizers have started to create drug-free rave nights based on positivity and community.
This morning, Michael Bloomberg says he won't run for president, a US air strike in Somali has killed 150 al Shabab fighters, Nike has withdrawn its sponsorship of Maria Sharapova after she failed a drug test, and more.
Robbie Wilde has sensationally been labeled the "Deaf DJ," but he's out to show that his talent goes way beyond what his ears can and cannot do.
In this weird, dreamy drug quest by Tyler Boss, our young hero ventures out to buy some pot with a friend, which ends up being much more difficult than they anticipated.
We Skyped with French director Mia Hansen-Løve about her "low-key epic," her brother Sven of the DJ duo Cheers, and how to film a good club scene.
We talked to founder Gordon Mac and former DJ Lindsay Wesker about how their station—run illegally out of a Walthamstow tower block through the late-1980s—informed a generation of music-lovers.
We talked to several South Sudanese-American artists about how they went from refugee camps in Africa to runway shows and Kanye West videos in Manhattan. Throughout this week, we'll publish their stories.
Thanks to global warming, summer 2013 lives on, giving Vito Fun more wiggle room to make people take their clothes off. But back when it actually WAS summer, Vito took a lot of pics and lived up to his surname. He sent the photos to us, and we decided to
Hey, how's your baby doin'? What kind of music is it listening to? Kidz Bop? The Wiggles? Well, that might be fine for some people's kids, but if you really loved your baby, you'd be dropping $200 to send it to Baby DJ School.
Wirginia Szmyt, aka DJ Wika, is a 74-year-old who can mix tracks on a pair of laptops better than most 20-year-olds with shitty attitudes who think they've mastered Serato. Wirginia's been a fixture of the senior-citizen party scene in Warsaw for more tha…
To Whom It May Concern,
First off I would just like to address the team at Vice and tell you how great I think your brand is. I have…
When Vice called me last month with an out-of-the-blue offer to fly to Paris and interview the Kaiser himself, Karl Lagerfeld - creative director of the $10 billion Chanel empire, the house of Fendi, and his own eponymous line - I jumped at the chance.
Sonideros are commonly described as the club DJs of Mexico. Towards the end of the 1950s, they began to liven up neighbourhood dances, block parties, and popular salons in Mexico City.
With the Italo-disco revival still in full swing, it was only a matter of time before one of the scene's most colourful characters resurfaced to bask in all the acclaim. We're talking about Nick Glider, the playboy DJ.
It's always a treat to hear Aphex Twin DJ, especially in unusual places. He never disappoints.
I dj and perform with DAMN, am a music consultant, produce, remix, and edit material for fashion wankers and corporate winkies alike and I co promote the Bang Gang with my good friends.
Kate Wax had a job once. She sold sports shoes in a shop in Geneva but hated it.
It's tough being gay - especially when you live in Derby. Just talk to Brooks about it.
Fuck spinning vinyl records when you can spin paper, rubber and glass instead.
The unsung heroes of music.