rave

Drugs

The Rise and Fall of 'Red Mitsubishis': the Pill That Terrified Australia

In the 90s they were the pinga of choice. By the early 2000s they'd become public enemy number one.
Sam Nichols
3.5.19
Australia Today

These Politicians Are Throwing A Pro-Pill Testing Rave in Melbourne

They expect and accept you'll probably get on the gear.
Gavin Butler
10.25.18
Australia Today

Of Course Julian Assange Was a Rave Freak in the 90s

Twenty years ago, the WikiLeaks founder was a mysterious raver who went by the name of Prof.
Gavin Butler
9.18.18
Australiana

Adelaide Is a Paradise

A grand ode to being young and gacked in the Himeji Gardens.
Angela Skujins
9.11.18
Street Food

What It Takes to Feed 900,000 Sweaty Ravers

"Some take drugs, others get heat stroke, but all of them have to eat."
Katinka Oppeck
8.23.18
Internet

People Can’t Stop Taking Photos of Their Glittery Butts

To find out who started the #glitterbooty trend on Instagram, we called up some “glitter artists.”
Allison Tierney
5.19.18
the vice interview

Goldie Thinks Thom Yorke Is an Alien, Probably

The jungle pioneer talks urination, school pranks and the New World Order.
Tom Connick
1.30.18
Interviews

Why Has Fatboy Slim Invited Me To His House To Eat Paper?

He’s been DJing for more than two decades, so we talked about a lot besides that.
Oobah Butler
8.15.17
Inside Outsider

Which Is Sicker: Melbourne Shuffle or Sydney Gabber?

Trick question! They're both sick and I'll tell you why.
Mahmood Fazal
6.28.17
music video

[Premiere] What Happened When 30+ Strangers Were Asked to Dance for a Music Video

The music video for Portuguese producer and DJ Moullinex’s track, "Love Love Love," turns a casting call into a celebration of dance culture.
Kevin Holmes
5.17.17
Film Festivals

A Magical Coral Orgy Took Over Miami's New World Symphony Hall

Soundtracked by Animal Collective and guided by moonlight, ​Borscht Diez brought virtual reality, a psychedelic opera, and a coral sex party to the Frank Gehry-designed building.
Monica Uszerowicz
3.2.17
Stuff

Clive Martin Remembers Three Years of Big Nights Out

From Cambridge student shit shows to basement metal nights, fetish clubs to indie discos, Clive spent three years drinking his way through various subcultures.
Clive Martin
1.24.17
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