The Immersionism Issue

The Immersionism Issue

Hooligans: A Formula for Self Destruction

I accompanied Ukrainian hooligans to fights from September 2012 to August 2013.
Andrew Lubimov
11.2.14
The Immersionism Issue

Electric Independence

This column is called Electric Independence because by and large it's all about electronic music, most of which is released on small and not-so-small independent labels. If you're into the stuff that's written about here then you probably like to think...
Piers Martin
12.1.05
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Stalking For Beginners

I decided to pick a random stranger and stalk the shit out of him. Just for kicks. Here's what happened...
Mary Secret Mysterypants
12.1.05
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Back Of The Tram

It's pretty cool that we have trams in Melbourne. The only other place I'm aware of that has trams is San Fransisco and after doing a cursory Google search, it appears my knowledge is extensive. Taking trams rules over taking buses because they don't...
Ben Stern
12.1.05
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Hell On Earth

Simon Reeve is a real-deal immersionist. Back when the rest of the media was blowing our collective mind with hard-hitting coverage of the world wide web and blowjobs, Reeve was looking into why a bunch of Araby-types decided to park a bomb beneath
Eddy Moretti
12.1.05
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Tidbits

<b>THE HIPSTER</b><br>After getting bored of simply putting out records and magazines and blah blah blah, <i>Vice</i> decided it was time to hit the road-literally-and make their own motorbike. It's called
VICE Staff
12.1.05
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Don't Have To Live Like A Refugee

To walk into the Red Cross hurricane evacuation shelter at the Baton Rouge River Center is to be assaulted by rapid-fire hand sanitizer. The Americorps chick with her hemp necklace and plug earrings pumps a slick, sick-smelling glob on your palms at...
Moe Tkacik
12.1.05
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Immersed In Spunk

I started working as a writer after dropping out of high school in the 90s. Back then there was nothing to it, the demand for cute, teenage fags who new at least sort of basic grammar was at an all-time peak and the internet had everyone pouring money...
Tomas Hemstad
12.1.05
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Skinema

See that girl on the left side of the box cover? Her name is Felix Vicious. I interviewed her last January at the AVN convention in Vegas, a trade show for the adult industry where they showcase all the newest titles for the year.
Chris Nieratko
12.1.05
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Dos & Don'ts

We were at a shitty party in Paris where it was so uncomfortable everyone vacillated from putting their hands in their pockets to crossing their arms and bobbing back and forth going, "So?" Then this little guy got up on the turntables and put on some...
VICE Staff
12.1.05
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Friendly Fire

The Flaherty/Corsano consists of, strangely enough, Chris Corsano and Paul Flaherty. They are a fireball of free jazz ferocity and splutter that spits out from nothing more than a drum kit and saxophone. No bullshit posturing here, these guys just rip...
Brother Banshee
12.1.05
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Cult Classic

No matter what they tell you, everyone has typed their own name into a search engine at some point to see what comes up. For most, it's a disappointing exercise in discovering just how irrelevant we are. For Vashti Bunyan it was a different story. She...
Martin Doyle
12.1.05
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