VICE UK Is 15
Mash-Ups, Bad Haircuts, the New Rock Revolution: 2002 Was a Load of Shit
Let's be honest, the year was a dismal one for music in the UK—propagated by marketing execs who had discovered cocaine and Hoxton.
VICE UK Is 15
Investigating The Libertines Alley, a Piece of Dying Musical History
Jeremy Corbyn, Certified Bro, Opened For the Libertines Over the Weekend
Plus, Wolf Alice want you to register to vote, so you probably should.
Important Questions Raised By...
What Do Today’s Teens Honestly Think About the Greatest Indie Hits of the 2000s?
"The people I know are more likely to listen to Stormzy than The Rakes"
The Ghosts of London Past (AKA, The Libertines) Played a Secret Gig in London Last Night
The likely lads are becoming less of a band, and more of an old myth that crawls out of London's back alleys thrice yearly to perform "The Good Old Days."
Looking Back into the Sun: How #IndieAmnesty Gave a Second Life to a Forgotten Genre
If the indie amnesty hashtag taught us anything, it’s that plenty of us are bound by the experience of simply being young and alive between 2003 and 2008.
Alert! There’s an Epidemic of People Confessing to Their Darkest, Dirtiest Indie Secrets
"An ex-girlfriend cheated on me with a Zuton."
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance
Watch The Velvet Underground’s John Cale Perform "White Light/White Heat" with The Libertines
Behold! The superband you never knew you always wanted.
we saw this
I Went to See The Libertines in Nottingham to See if They Still Mean Anything in the Age of Thinkpiece Pop
The rakish idealistic boys of yesteryear have become the portly realistic men of today.
We Saw Drake, D’Angelo, and Die Antwoord in an Abandoned Airfield in Poland
Here's what went down at this year's Open'er Festival, where everyone enjoys everything.
Longreads Or Whatever
A Look at Pete Doherty's Time at a Thai Rehab Facility
Through pictures, videos, and an interview with the founder of the Hope Rehab Center, we understand Pete's most promising recovery.
The Awful Legacy of the Libertines
As you’re probably aware by now, this week marks the tenth anniversary of one of the most influential moments in our shared history—the release of the Libertines’ semi-seminal debut album, 'Up the Bracket.' Let's surveying the wreckage of the album's...
Clive Martin and Kev Kharas