Volume 9 Issue 2
It seems that more and more the next wave of innovative North American techno producers are calling one particular city their home: Montreal.
Tidbits - The Race Issue
Previously owned exclusively by black people, two-ways are rapidly killing cell phones as the most convenient way to talk to people.
Skate Or Destroy
Aaron Dilloway, John Olson, and Michael Troutman live together in Ann Arbor, skateboard every day, and play in a band aptly named Violent Ramp.
Beats And Rhymes
Your man J-Live is finally dropping both his original debut album and a new one very close to each other. The Best Part, originally supposed to be released a couple years back on London, and recently bootlegged, is finally seeing an "official...
Boots and Braces
The right is back. All over Europe right-wing groups are receiving support they haven't seen since Le Pen.
When I was twelve, my stepfather (Scott Bivans) beat my mother to near death. He liked to drink.
Vice Fashion - The Race Issue
Photos by Sprague Hollander
Time Has Come Today
Last year The Yeah Yeah Yeahs played their first gig. Singer Karen O came out slicked down in oil wearing only heart-shaped pasties on her breasts, and the band played so hard they blew headliners the White Stripes off the stage.
Its been almost three years since Roger Troutman, funk pioneer and leader of Zapp, was killed in a murder/suicide by his brother Larry.
Angry White Hardmen
Why is everyone so scared of Africa?