Slaves

Art

We Visited Slaves' Laurie Vincent in His Brighton Studio

Ahead of his art show opening in Hoxton tonight, we went to talk to Laurie about his paintings.
David Hudson
8.10.17
Photos

Why It's Naive to Think Musicians Should Keep Out of Politics

How protesters and bands at London's anti-Theresa May protest felt about the "stick to the tunes" view.
Chris Bethell
7.3.17
Noisey News

Your Favourite Bands Are Doing A Charity Covers Show to Benefit Refugees



Wolf Alice, Swim Deep, Years & Years and more are teaming up for the one off London gig.
Lauren O'Neill
11.18.16
Premieres

PREMIERE: Slaves New Video for "Take Control" Will Get You Fired Up

The UK punk duo are back with a new song and, yes, it's angry AF.
Noisey Staff
9.7.16
Stuff

The New 'Roots' Proves That Slave Narratives Are Still Important

The reboot of the seminal TV classic doesn't break new ground the way its predecessor did, but that doesn't mean it's not worthwhile.
Brandon Harris
6.15.16
On The Road with...

Tiny Dicks and Big Ideas: I Went on Tour With Slaves

The punk duo have left a trail of rage in the UK, but how would they cope in the USA – where nobody really knows and nobody really cares?
Mischa Pearlman
4.18.16
thump news

Chase & Status and Slaves' New Track is Nowhere Near as Important as They Think It Is

"Control" is as meaningful as the black and white video accompanying it...which is not very.
Josh Baines
2.25.16
Stuff

A Guide to Living in London By Someone Who's Lived in London for Two Months

Spoiler: you're going to hate it.
Lauren O'Neill, Illustrations: Lew Currie
11.7.15
The Noisey Guide to

How To Explain The Mercury Prize Shortlist To Your Dad

Where does this year's Mercury nominations leave the poor dad who's just looking for someone to tell him it's ok to spend £10 on a Ben Howard CD for the car?
10.16.15
Premieres

Watch Slaves' New Video for "Sockets" Exclusively on Noisey

Is this the alternative Saturday night anthem we've all been waiting for?
Emma Garland
7.29.15
Premieres

Mike Skinner and Jammer Turned the Punk Venom of Slaves' "Cheer Up London" into a UK Rap Monster

All that punk venom is still there, but now it's spurting out in slow motion.
Noisey Staff
5.12.15
Premieres

PREMIERE: Slaves - "Hey"

Directed by Roger Sargent, the video tells the story of a man coming undone on a night out.
Ryan Bassil
9.11.14
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