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A nightclub is kind of like the human body: sure, it’s important to have a heart/brain/functioning vital organs and whatnot, but all of those parts are useless without a skeleton to hold them together. That’s why the third episode of VICE’s Discotecture series focuses on “The Space.”
Back when we were young, our idea of fun was linking Gameboys, smoking cinnamon sticks, and hoping that the weather would be nice enough over the weekend that our parents would drive us to Six Flags. Nowadays, kids are breaking into buildings, graffitiing walls, terrorizing subway patrons, and–if you’re 20-year-old glitchstep prodigy Unicorn Kid–making music that sounds like the Gameboys games they’re barely old enough to remember.
Sure, being asked to work overtime is usually a huge bummer, but when your job is to be the ambassador for those whirlwind hours between last call and not knowing where or who you are, it’s really hard to complain…
Just when you thought 60′s French avant-pop couldn’t possibly get any cooler…
With a voice the polar opposite of her surname, Claude Violante’s emotive electro occupies the intersection of dreamy and danceable.
This week on VICE’s dance club doc series Discotecture, we get a sneak peek into the ever-evolving future of nightlife by first looking back at its history.
Everyone’s got something to say about Skrilly’s distinctive brand of EDM, but you’d be a sucker to write off his label imprint, OWSLA, as a one-wub pony.
Blank Capsule’s spacey industrial disco Pre Party Jamz mix tape is perfect for rooftop summer after hours soirées til the sun comes up.
Sure, your knowledge of nightlife might not extend far beyond which door guy is the most forgiving, which bar has the most painless drink specials, and which club will blast Toto’s “Africa” if you ask nicely, but VICE‘s new series Discotecture takes you behind the velvet rope with some of the most pioneering minds in […]