We chart the birth, death and unlikely resurrection of British TV's most unhinged chaos merchant.
On the 20th anniversary of modern rock's most seminal album, VICE spoke to its producer, publicist, journalists and the guy who shot the "arse cover".
DJs, producers and the scene's major players tell the full story of dance music's most divisive genre.
We spoke to founders, staff, bands, fans and writers about the boom and bust of All Tomorrow's Parties, the UK's most left-field festivals.
How a low-budget film set on a council estate became one of the best alien films ever made.
How a horror about vegan goblins, written and directed by Italians, filmed in Utah with a largely Mormon cast, became a cinematic sensation.
From punk and disco, through the ecstasy and acid house years, up to gangster door staff, people pulling guns and the club's eventual closure.
Fifteen years after 'Deal Or No Deal' arrived on British screens, we look at how opening boxes captivated a nation.
"There might have been some police questioning over a loud explosion we made in a field."