Volume 9 Issue 8

  • Vice Fashion - The Death Issue

    Photos by Danielle Levitt, Styling by Signe Yberg

  • Plastic Jocks

    In the mid-’90s, New Jersey indie rock was in danger. The shoegazing movement started by those self-absorbed snaggletoothed Brits across the pond turned the scene into a bunch of bratty hipster suburbanites. Enter the 3.5 Megabytes.

  • I'm Not Crazy

    Cage grew up just like every other kid in New York. He was into rapping, stealing, jocking girls, and lying. Eventually the usual petty shit led to some bad luck, and the bad luck led to probation.n. The judge insisted that one more fuck-up would get...

  • Bosom Buddies

    Everyone has a different opinion of the guy who did Kids with Harmony Korine.

  • Never Mind The Dogtown

    To make a long story short, Mark Rogowski-a.k.a. Gator, a.k.a. Gator Marc Anthony-is a man who became rich and famous as a pro skater starting in the '80s and is now 10 years into a life sentence for the brutal rape and murder of a woman he barely knew.

  • My America

    Here's another group of people I'd like to see go back to where they came from: this generation's Luddites. According to the dictionary, a Luddite is "one who opposes technical or technological change." It comes from Ned Ludd, an English laborer, who...

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  • By Design

    Zeitergeist. Victorian patterns soon haunting a coffee-table book near you. Patterns are the shit. After years of cold, hard lines and over-teched fliers covered in arrows, the electronic-music scene is showing that it's ready for some tricked-out...

  • Beats and Rhymes

    Jazze Pha is the future. Peep game. One of the most highly anticipated groups in recent memory, Slum Village have hit you off with not one, but two different projects to sink your teeth into.

  • Vice Pictures

    Photos by Leigh Ledare

  • Electric Independence

    You have to check out the latest release from Montreal’s Intr_version label called Entropy by Tomas Jirku. You may remember Jirku from his amazing releases on the Force Inc. and Substractif labels.

  • Electric Independence

    You have to check out the latest release from Montreal’s Intr_version label called Entropy by Tomas Jirku. You may remember Jirku from his amazing releases on the Force Inc. and Substractif labels.

  • Mussolini Is Dead

    Damon Che is the drummer in Bellini. He used to be the drummer in Don Caballero, indie kings of strange time-signature instrumentals. If "Don Cab" sounded like a genius band stuffed in a sack and thrown down a flight of stairs, Bellini sounds like an...