The VICE Guide to Right Now

The 'Crazy Rich Asians' Sequel Is Already in the Works

The film, featuring an all-Asian cast, has dominated the box office in its first week in theaters.
River Donaghay
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Trump's 'Amazing' North Korea Summit Brought Dennis Rodman to Tears

"It's a great day."
River Donaghey
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The Shed, London's Fake No.1 Restaurant, Just Got Debated By Lawmakers

Our important journalism having an important effect on the world.
VICE Staff
High Seas

We Asked an Expert Why America's Naval Vessels Keep Crashing

A veteran guided-missile destroyer commander weighs in on the latest US navy accident—and what it means for the North Korea situation.
Matt Taylor

Here's 17 Record Stores You Should Visit Before You Die

From Canada to Singapore, our guide to the top destinations for vinyl aficionados.
Corinne Przybyslawski
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Darker Than Wax's Valentine's Day Mix Serves Up Soul From Singapore to New York

Co-founder Funk Bast*rd tells us why there's "no fixed criteria" for the international label's success.
Corinne Przybyslawski
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Someone Dressed up as Marshmello and Played a Set at an Established Singapore Club

There are pros and cons to being an anonymous producer.
Alexander Iadarola

The Lost History of Singapore’s Secretly Influential Drum and Bass Scene

The untold story of how a few DJs took the sound from sweaty storefront raves to the Lion City’s biggest clubs and back again.
Nisa Kreems and Hidzir Junaini

What It's Like to Be Young and Gay in Singapore

It's a country where "any act of gross indecency with another male person" is still punishable with two years of prison.
David Allegretti

The VICE Morning Bulletin

This morning, authorities around the world open investigations after the Panama Papers leak, the Democratic candidates agree to a debate date, Facebook launches a new photo tool for blind people, and more.
VICE Staff
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Singapore's SWTLKR Swaps Gloss For Minimalism On His New EP

4-Track Departure EP Out Now
Michael Scott Barron

Meet the Director Bringing Homoerotic Theater to a Censorship State

Stanley Kubrick's film was banned in Singapore until 2011. Now a new stage play is pushing the boundaries even further.
Robert O'Connor