Sheffield

politics

Sheffield's Youngest Ever Mayor Is Everything Middle England Hates

Magid Magid wants more young people to get into politics.
Daniel Dylan Wray
5.29.18
Features

The Rise and Fall of Gatecrasher, the UK's Spiritual Home of Trance

The life and of Sheffield's most legendary institution, as told by those who lived and loved it.
Stacey Sampson
9.22.16
thump exclusive stream

If You Rinsed Zelda Growing Up, This New Lean Low Tune Is for You

"Zelda's Werkout" is from forthcoming EP of the same name.
Alexander Iadarola
8.11.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

How One Phone Toppled a British Family's Prison-Run Drug Ring

The group, including three generations of one family, ended up with 72 years of prison time among them as a result.
VICE Staff
7.2.16
Photo

Meet the Man Documenting the Changing Face of Migration in One UK City

Jeremy Abrahams picked up his camera and started taking photos of the people who've made Sheffield their new home in each year since 1945.
Ellie Bramley; Photos: Jeremy Abrahams
6.4.16
Stuff

We Made the Rounds with a Whippits Dealer

Before the UK's Psychoactive Substances Act makes his business too risky to pursue, a British nitrous oxide dealer invited us to accompany him on his rounds.
Ethan Shone
3.31.16
imprints

Imprints: Central Processing Unit

Founder Chris Smith's label carries on Sheffield's proud electro heritage.
Gary Suarez
12.14.15
DJ Q

"I Am the Originator" — In Conversation with Bassline King DJ Q

We spoke to bassline's biggest name about Niche, Sheridans, and the legacy of his seminal track "Fear."
AJ Dickson
11.12.15
Stuff

How the British Army Spread Rumors of Black Magic and Witchcraft in 1970s Northern Ireland

They wanted to smear paramilitary organizations and scare kids into staying indoors.
Yann Desfougères
10.4.15
VICE vs Video games

The Virtual Reality Arcade at Sheffield’s Doc/Fest Made My Head Spin

I'll never look at playground swings the same way again.
Jonathan Beach
6.26.15
travel

Touring English Working Men's Clubs Before They're Lost to the Past

They need to break out of the booze 'n' bingo mold if they want to survive this generation of drinkers.
Daniel Dylan Wray
4.30.15
rule britannia

What Happens to a Family When Their Child Is Struggling with Severe Mental Illness?

The story of Sally Burke and her 13-year-old daughter Maisie, who has been placed in a psychiatric ward 118 miles away from home.
VICE Staff
4.27.15
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