sub.culture

News

A Brief History of 'Incel', the Misogynistic Group Allegedly Cited By Toronto Van Attacker

Alek Minassian has been charged with 10 murders. Before the attack began he allegedly posted his support for Incel and praised mass murderer Elliot Rodger.
Mack Lamoureux
4.25.18
Nightlife

Inside the UK Revival of Disco Polo, Poland's Most Divisive Music Genre

A big night out a Polish pub in west London.
Kamila Rymajdo
4.23.18
publishing

How One Magazine Transformed Subculture Forever

We spoke to Paul Gorman about 'The Face', the peerless youth culture magazine that made London cool again.
Hydall Codeen
1.9.18
The VICE UK Census

The VICE UK Census: Goths

Interviews with members of the UK's longest standing subculture.
Angus Harrison
10.20.17
Juggalos

Juggalos Descended on the UK, and Things Didn't Go to Plan

The annual Juggalo Weekender at the Southport holiday camp ended in tears.
Henry Jacobson
9.11.17
dress code

I Tested the Harrods Dress Code By Dressing Like a Complete Idiot

I wanted to see which subcultures Harrods would discriminate against: Mods? Beach bums? Cyber punks?
Oobah Butler
7.5.17
drinking

How Your Job and Music Taste Affects What Booze You Drink

A conversation with Dr Thomas Thurnell-Read, a drinking expert.
Jak Hutchcraft
1.29.17
Art

Go Beyond the Basquiat You Thought You Knew at a New UK Exhibit

Opening this September, 'Basquiat: Boom For Real' is the late artist's first major exhibit in the UK in over 20 years.
Abby Ronner
1.20.17
Interviews

Never Mind the Sex Pistols... It Was The Damned Who Pioneered UK Punk

Forty years after “New Rose”, we sat down with Dave Vanian of The Damned to dissect subculture, originality, and why punk is better off dead.
Biju Belinky
11.21.16
Longreads Or Whatever

Camden! A Jewel in London's Cultural History – But What is Its Future?

We spoke to the last punks in Camden about whether the borough has succumbed to holidaymakers and housing projects, or if its spirit still lives on.
Oobah Butler
11.10.16
Levi's® Music Project presents Estates of Mind

The DIY Ethos of Grime is What Makes It Britain's Most Important Youth Culture

Britain has always been full of isolated young people who are bored of being bored and who are determined to make the country a more interesting place.
Noisey Staff
11.4.16
Stuff

What It Was Like to Grow Up Skinhead in the UK

We had a chat with photographer Gavin Watson about his new book, 'We Were Here 79-89'.
Biju Belinky, Photos: Gavin Watson
9.28.16
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