1990S

The Noisey Guide to

The Guide to Getting Into Pet Shop Boys

One part fist-pumping synth-pop, another part celestial balladry – here's everything you need to know about Britain's most enduring duo. 
Sean O’Neill
4.19.19
Noisey Hitlist

Georgia Is Back with a Euphoric, Late-Night Dance Sound

The drummer-singer-producer's “Started Out” sits somewhere between 80s Chicago house and what you might stick on an Uber AUX at 4AM.
Daisy Jones
11.1.18
Op-Eds

How Social Media Changed The One-hit Wonder

The format has fallen to the wayside in the past few years. But should we be mourning its demise or celebrating?
Harry Harris
7.25.18
Interviews

A Chat with the ‘Hey Arnold!’ Composer Who Folded Jazz into 90s Childhoods

How 66-year-old Jim Lang went from touring with the Pointer Sisters to soundtracking the Nickelodeon show about "football head."
Josh Baines
1.9.18
Culture

'Extreme Ghostbusters': When the Franchise Gave a Shit About Me

A look into how the 1997 animated cartoon did diversity the right way.
Noel Ransome
5.8.17
international women's day

The Rise and Fall of the Ladette

How women taking their clothes off and getting shitfaced were celebrated and shunned in the space of just a few years.
Louise Donovan
3.8.17
News

What the 'Big Issue' Taught Me About Journalism

In its heyday, on a tiny budget, the maverick magazine sold by homeless people became an eye into Britain's soul.
Max Daly
10.23.16
Remembering Things

What Happened to All the Iconic Dance Singers of the 1990s?

From N-Trance's "Set You Free" to Alice Deejay's "Better Off Alone", these soldiers guarded and unleashed positivity. But where are they now?
Tom Rasmussen
10.5.16
Stuff

How 90s TV Shows Got Drugs Hilariously Wrong

From 'Saved by the Bell' to 'Beverly Hills, 90210,' it was a brutal decade for realistic drug use on TV.
April De Costa
5.5.16
the chosen ones

Inside the Strange, Psychic World of Indigo Children

VICE investigates the secret world of Indigo Children, a select group of people who are said to possess extraordinary sensory talents, but who critics say suffer from ADD and ADHD.
VICE Staff
4.13.16
Photo

Brutal Brawls and Broken Bottles: Unseen Photos from the Golden Age of Greek Hooliganism

Greek hooligans share photos from the most brutal brawls they attended in the 1990s.
Pavlos Toubekis
3.16.16
London

Can Damien Hirst Recreate 90s Hedonism with a Pharmacy-Themed Restaurant?

The artist recently relaunched Pharmacy, an exhibition-cum-restaurant that served “Voltarol Retarding Agent” cocktails. It shuttered when the Cool Britannia hype died in the noughties, but chef Mark Hix is on board for a new reincarnation.
Josh Barrie
3.10.16
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