VICE Shorties

The Books You Should and Shouldn't Read About Sheep Ranchers

​'BALLS DEEP' host Thomas Morton takes us inside his library once again to show us the books that he was reminded of during his time spent with sheep ranchers in central Nevada.
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We Got Kicked Out of a Trump Campaign HQ

Trump's official campaign notices our BALLS DEEP crew following around Trump campaign volunteer Ralph Case at the new campaign HQ he's helping set up and kicks us out.
Balls Deep / Clip

Who Is Thomas Morton? At The Airport

Don't approach Thomas Morton at the airport.
Balls Deep / Clip

Who Is Thomas Morton?

Who is Thomas Morton and why did we give him a TV show?
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Celebrating MANANA in the City of Music

We head to present-day Santiago de Cuba, where MANANA festival took place back in May, to see how dance music’s path through the decades has resulted in the scene’s most vibrant moment.
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The DJ's Who Turned Cuba's Economic Turmoil Into a Movement

In the economically devastated early 90s, DJs like D'Joy de Cuba, Wichy de Vedado, and DJ Jigüe, found catharsis in a new community of parties, clubs, and sounds.
SUB.Culture / Clip

Meet the Pioneers Who Inspired Cuba's Dance Music Scene

In the early 1960s, oscillators, Moog synths, and dusty old tapes helped to cultivate an electroacoustic movement in Cuban music.
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SUB.Culture: Cuba

We delve into how a group of pioneering musicians in the early 1960s created an electroacoustic movement that coupled modern equipment with more traditional Cuban styles.
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Hinter den Kulissen von Londons hedonistischer, polyamoröser Einhorn-Bewegung

Als das Leben des charismatischen Ex-Alkoholikers Shaft beim Burning-Man-Festival auf den Kopf gestellt wurde, erkannte er, dass er eigentlich ein Einhorn ist.

British Columbia: PK Sound

In the final episode of SUB.Culture British Columbia, THUMP talks to the mad scientists behind PK Sound. Then, we talk to the mover and shakers about the future of electronic music and why the aftershocks from this west coast bass hub will be felt fo

British Columbia: Vancouver's Bass Music Roots

In part 1 of SUB.Culture British Columbia, THUMP explores the history of bass music in Vancouver and how it has exploded over the past few years.
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LARPing Saved My Life

We meet Jon Gallagher, a LARPer with Asperger's syndrome, and see how LARPing helps him make friends, learn social skills, find work, and in many ways, saves his life.