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Saturday, 30 October 2010


"A African male who knows that he has a huge penis that can hit all night and keep a female comin back fo more."

   Heads up - you may not want to watch this when your parents are around. But you sure do want to watch this when your mates are around, as this will blow your mind.

   VBS travels to Tampa, Florida – home of America’s fastest growing fetish: interracial swinging. It’s a scene run by a mysterious gangbang crew known as The Florida Mandingos.

   Our guide is Art Hammer, the founder of the Florida Mandingos, a group of “discreet, professional, educated, intelligent, physically fit, drug and disease free, well-hung black gentlemen, age 24-45, that specialise in hot, intense, nasty gangbangs for couples/females who love big black dicks and black dick fantasies!”


(Watch out for the first part - coming next week on and come along to the EVENT: Crazysexy VICE "Jamaican Me Crazy" Mandingo SCREENING/Swingers Party that is happening November 8th at The Alibi, Dalston, to celebrate its release. Q&A with the makers of the show, Andy Capper, Alex Miller and William Fairman.

Friday, 29 October 2010

Are You an After Hours Athlete?

PUMA and VICE bring you The After Hours Athletics: a night of games, late night revelry and DJs, with hosts, our dear friends, House of Hot Breath.

The Old Blue Last
10 November

On the 10th November After Hours Athletes takes over The Old Blue Last from 8pm-12pm for a night of games, music and booze, hosted by the very hilarious House of Hot Breath. See below for a taster of  WHAT IS IN STORE...

Video DartsAthletes throw darts at a video projection of a selected music video: when the dart hits the board the DVD is paused and contestants gain points depending on who they have speared.

Table Tennis Beer Pong
Does this need an introduction? The yanks out there will know...

The concept is simple: sing karaoke on the crosstrainer. There’s a calorie counter attached and whoever burns the most calories is the winner. Can you beat the record: 54.7 calories to Iron Maiden's Run To The Hills. If you can your prize will involve 5,000 calories.

The Handbag Heavyweights
Two ladies stand together back to back, each holding out a handbag filled with something heavy, at arms length. This is a test of strength and stamina: whoever drops their arm first is the loser.

The Pizzaface Challenge
This is a re-work of the classic cereal box game, using a stack of six pizzas. Each athlete has to bend down and pick up a piece of pizza without using their hands. After each round a pizza box is taken off the stack and it gets lower. People have been known to take their clothes off during this event


Is Tropical

   Little is known about the enigmatic London three-piece Is Tropical, other than that they are one of this year’s most hotly tipped bands. For over a year now they have been wowing crowds with their mysterious live shows, their faces covered by masks and cloaked by self-made video projections. Formed in 2009 the band consists of Gary Barber, Simon Milner and Dominic Apa, plying their trade in lo-fi dance anthems and raw pop, effortlessly changing their soundscapes mid song.

   They wouldn’t reveal much about their censored After Hours Athletics, but revealed that the most athletic thing they have ever done after a gig is climb a mountain in Scotland…

O Children

   Rising from the ashes of now defunct band Bono Must Die, O.Children have been invoking the raw darkness of acts such as Bauhaus, Sisters of Mercy and Joy Division for over a year. Named after a Bad Seeds track, the band fronted by Tobi O’Kandi and joined by Andi Sleath (Drums), Harry James (Bass) and Gautier Ajarrista (Guitar) have been described by the Guardian as ‘Early Bunnymen distilled through Billy Idol schlock’ and are at the forefront of today’s Goth rock scene. Their debut album was released in July and over the summer they played their first festival season, playing to the gargantuan crowds of Glastonbury, Lovebox and Latitude, further cementing their legendary live reputation. They claim that their greatest after hours victory was destroying everyone at pool in Efes, Dalston, where the shoot took place, and the most athletic thing they have ever done after a night out was drag racing in a 1978 Plymouth Sundance at a house party once. Does that count?



   KASMs are a Dalston based post-punk quartet. The group formed in late 2007 and have cited several origin stories for the band, the two most popular involving an argument between all four members by a Dalston cashpoint, and a chance meeting after being thrown off a dancefloor for aggressive dancing.

   The band are famed for their rowdy shows: abusing the audience, numerous scissor kicks, occasional backwards rolls and even more unhinged after parties. One particular incident in France included fireworks, scantily clad 17 year olds and some heinous acts committed in a portaloo.


   Primary 1 is the one-man electro pop brainchild of Joe Flory. Originally from the UK Joe spent his childhood moving around soaking up influences from Norway to Singapore whilst still taking in what little British music he could. Influenced by acts such as Basement Jaxx, Cassius and De La Soul Joe decided to come back to his spiritual home in the UK to study Film at University. Having impressed cult DJ Erol Alkan, Primary 1’s first single ‘Hold Me Down’ was released on Alkan’s Phantasy Sounds record label.
  He’s just spent the summer touring all over the UK, including a gig at Glastonbury, and keeps a meticulous comic strip diary detailing his rather bizarre tour experiences with added illustrations. Highlights include watching a man complete a giant 6x6 rubrix cube in under a minute and smashing a window in his studio and convincing all his friends that a ghost did it.

After all that how can you not be tempted to click here and sign up to your victory?

Wednesday, 27 October 2010

Gaspar Noé's 'Enter The Void'

I'm a huge fan of Gaspar Noé. His movies may not exactly be pleasant to watch but it truly does what cinema is meant to do.

Watch the trailer for his most recent movie:

Declaration of war.

This little kid loves Justin Beiber. We all know that there's far more people to hate him but he's planning to put it all to a stop in the belief that 'he doesn't deserve to die because of his musical tastes'...Well if its Justin Beiber you do. They've already had two people arrested in the US for threatening to kill JB Fans. Get a life you dicky assholes.

Have a watch

Saturday, 23 October 2010

Featured Songs playlist by CREEP

Featured Songs playlist by CREEP

Party at the Laundrette

Phillip Hill organises and invents guerilla raves which are taking over east london at the moment. "This is FLASH: it's naughty. It's nice. It's 'Glamour' in the style of Kerry Katona... It's DIY with claws on...IT"S UR RAVE AND U MAKE THE RULES. PARTY!"
Check it out...

Thursday, 21 October 2010

All Shot On A Mobile Phone

Check out this video shot entirely on a mobile phone..

Warpaint's new Album

So here's a treat for you Warpaint fans out there (somewhere...) - listen to the whole album for free one week before it hits the stores. I haven't yet met anyone who's a massive fan of them, but I sure am. Perhaps if you listen, you will be too..

Wednesday, 13 October 2010

Hungary Kids Of Hungary

Signed to EMI, are the indie-four piece from Australia whose myspace states : 'We're not hungry or hungarian - we are a band, we're Australian and quite full from dinner, thank you. ' I go to meet keyboard player and vocalist, Kane Mazlin, to erm.. find out more.

Friday, 8 October 2010

Dr Martens 50th anniversary - VICE

To celebrate 50 years of Dr. Martens we are putting on a pretty special party on Friday 29th October in a secret East London venue. The booze will be cheap, very cheap, and the tickets are FREE. Visit the Dr. Martens 50 Facebook page and stick your name down to register for a pair of tickets. Easy enough.
Here's the link to the event:

Thursday, 7 October 2010

Big Deal – Thirteen (Big Star cover)

Lurking somewhere amidst the dirty streets of London, are the mysterious duo: ‘Big Deal’ who obviously would claim to be a big deal. That’s a pretty big statement considering their 114 friends on their MySpace page. Maybe that’s the beauty of it, one might think, as you listen and discover how mesmerising and deeply personal it is. The gentle caressing of the strings combined with fragile female vocals allows you to experience an intense moment of calm. You find you are hypnotised under the song’s folksy spell, a beautiful place, where all your troubles and worries are forgotten. Perhaps their ‘fuck it’ attitude has a reason behind it because you know what…they are going to be a big deal. Just you watch.

Dr Martens party this Friday

Dr Martens Spitalfields & Bangers & Mash Present...
We Are One FREE Mini Festival & Afterparty
Darwin Deez Live - Daisy Dares You Live - CocknBullKid Dj

'We are One' at Spitalfields is a FREE mini festival that celebrates the first anniversary of Dr. Martens pop up shop in the market. A collaboration with London's number one mashup night Bangers & Mash, Dr. Martens are giving people the chance to see Darwin Deez Live, Daisy Dares You Live, The Milk Live, plus DJ sets from CocknBullKid totally FREE on Friday 8th October at Old Spitalfields Market from 6pm-8pm.

For your FREE e-ticket, please RSVP to

This will be followed by an afterparty at All Star Lanes on Brick Lane, with DJ sets from Darwin Deez, CocknBullKid, James Theaker & Emily Rawson. Email for guestlist requests to the afterparty, or info and press enquires on either event.

T: 020 7434 3669

One-off Events:
Halloween at All Star Lanes Brick Lane Saturday 30th October
Bangers & Mash Vrs Crazed Cabaret NYE at All Star Lanes Brick Lane 31st December

93 Feet East 1st & 3rd of month

Barfly 1st of month
Jazz Café 'Wild Style' 2nd of month
333 3rd of month
Queen Of Hoxton Friday 22nd Oct

PlayStation® Game Runners – Next level street gaming

PlayStation believe the best games are played as a group. That's why they've set up Game Runners - an experimental project where PlayStation, members of the public and young people from diverse backgrounds come together to create social games.

The project has been developed by PlayStation and Hide & Seek with a team of 8 initial Game Runners who PlayStation have picked to train as game designers and work to make the games relevant

For those of you down in London this Friday (8th) here are 4 reasons why you should come down to the final Game Runners event:

1. Play a monster sized version of Blocks (game rules below)
2. Between 5.30-6pm you can win a PS3 and PlayStation Move start up kit
3. Watch End of the Line graffiti artists.
4. The whole event is presented by urban street dance queen Kimberlee Jay

We'll be at: Friday 8th October 12 noon - 8.30pm. Elys Yard, The Old Truman Brewery,Hanbury Street London E1.

RSVP at the facebook event:

Wednesday, 6 October 2010

Punk is not dead at Paris Fashion Week

 Beth Ditto at Paris Fashion week with JPG whose collection focuses on heavy makeup, fishnet tights and leather. 

Chez Balmin plays around with safety pins, metal studs and skintight jeans in his collection

Balenciaga's collection has to be my favourite of all with its assortion of cropped trousers, varnished leather, men's shirts, oversized houndstooth patterns and tailored blazers.
 Ghesquière's collection experiments with trends arising from the ones mentioned above. In particular it pinpoints the dark prints and 'different' footwear.


oOoOO - Burnout Eyess

oOoOO aka Christopher Dexter Greenspan has once again revived the Goth in all of us through his staggeringly prodigous new track, ‘Burnout Eyess’. The song lures you in with its resounding bass line, mimicking a heartbeat – your heartbeat that is as you begin falling for these phenomenal mix of sounds. Whispery rattles are followed with drawn-out, murky vocals at which point the flood of notes send shivers down your spine. If that doesn’t leave you in a warped enough daze, tears blistering your eyes as you feel emotionally at one with the mysterious sounds, then the closing cries of ‘I want to stay just like this’ will do just that. oOoOO is unquestionably someone to keep a watchful eye on, and it won’t be long before you’ll start spreading their name…as well as running the risk of sounding like you’re in the midst of sexual intercourse.

Listen Here:

Tuesday, 5 October 2010

Groezrock festival

Vice has always been about sex, drugs and rock & roll, particularly rock & roll of the punk and metal variety, the heavier and smellier the better. Where are you going to find sex, drugs and smelly music in a greater concentration than at a festival? That’s right: nowhere. So, VBS strapped on it’s novelty beer bong hat and decided it was time to document the best that European punk and metal festival circuit has to offer: Groezrock.

Vice UK’s James Knight was sent to the legendary Belgian punkstravaganza to meet both the bands and the festival goers who make Groezrock the only festival in Europe that Bad Religion call home.

If you want to know why Agnostic Front’s Vinnie Stigma likes wearing wooden clogs around his New York apartment, what Pamela Anderson has to do with why Sum 41’s Derrick Whibly is bummed at the guys from Lit and the inside scoop on Pennywise’s new line up then you’re only going to find out about it right here.

On top of finding out what makes the average Belgian punk festival go-er tick, blagging their way on to tour busses to plunder bands riders and interviewing everyone from Rise & Fall to The Mighty Mighty Bosstones we also got a bunch of exclusive live footage of Bad Religion, Pennywise, The Bronx, Agnostic Front, Glassjaw and a cast of thousands.

Check it out here:

Charlie Le Mindu

Following his naughty show at London Fashion Week (see previous posts), I did a bit of research on his other designs. I must say, they're pretty darn good.

Have a look for yourself: