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Rock legend to croc legend

By guest editor Richard Caldwell

Richard Caldwell connects the dots linking Lemmy with the world of monster crocs, both real and mythological.

Hit and run with Richie Ramone

By R&H poet laurette Owen Jenkins

Richie Ramone chats with Owen Jenkins about his latest album and much, much more to boot.

Is this the best video ever?

By man of few words Taciturn Lipsaresealed

It claims to be but is it? You be the jury!

Dalí's incorruptible moustache

By guest editor Richard Caldwell

Surrealist painter's tache still intact after 28 years in the tomb.

Rotten on the Rake

By Radio Afera's James Shanahan

PiL's John Lydon talks music, books and footie with Radio Afera's James Shanahan.

Slow and pretentious

By film editor and alien abductee Gert Stonkers

Gert Stonkers reviews '16 Years of Alcohol'.

Stiff little interview

By R&H poet laureate Owen Jenkins

Jake Burns of Belfast punk legends Stiff Little Fingers speaks to the R&H's Owen Jenkins on the eve of their upcoming UK tour.

Happy St Valentine's Day!

By muso tosser Dirk Spangler

Here's Joy Division, Leonard Cohen and the Smiths.

Deadpool dead good

By fortean editor Raven Akki

Raven Akki's just watched 'Deadpool' and he reckons it's some bleddy smart film, meht.

Vive the Vibrators!

By Steve Auto of Point Blank Poznan

Steve Auto caught up with punk legends the Vibrators when their 40th Anniversary tour hit Poznan in Poland this past February 2.

A natty natter with Roddy Radiation

By R&H poet laureate Owen Jenkins

Roddy Radiation talks about his time with the Specials, his current band the Skabilly Rebels, David Bowie and the recent death of John Bradbury.

The time I saw... the Cramps

By executive editor Wolfgang Bang

Cramps frontman Lux Interior died seven years ago today (4/2/09), so in his honour Wolfgang Bang recalls the time he told him to get his bell end out.

Everything's AOR

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

This week's single of the month is 'Everything's AOR' by Half Man Half Biscuit.

Ace of Dance

By chief hack Ignatius Rake

Lemmy and Bowie, a musical tribute.

Trampoclaus

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

Is coming to town...

What is all this Star Wars bollocks?

By pretender to the Swedish crown Lomgard Uttatoss

Pretender to the Swedish crown Lomgard Uttatoss ain't impressed by all this Star Wars bollocks.

Rancid revisited

By Steve Auto of Point Blank Poznan

Some love 'em, some hate 'em. Steve Auto on US punks Rancid.

Kids in America

By eternal editor AC89

This week's karaoke classic is 'Kids in America' by Lawnmower Deth.

Men With Beards (What Are They Hiding?)

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

This week's single of the month is 'Men With Beards (What Are They Hiding?)' by Kunt and the Gang.

The life of a superstar poet

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

It's not easy being a superstar poet, as Belfast comedian Marcus Keeley reveals in this well smart vid. Seriously, it's flippin' ace.

Are you a twat?

By Prof Leonid Tagnuts

We've teamed up with Camborne Universty to develop this amazing psychometric test that will answer that question scientifically and for certain.

Cross of Iron

By executive editor Wolfgang Bang

Wolgang Bang on 'Cross of Iron', the best war film ever made. Fact.

Ween are back!

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

News flash: Ween to reform with upcoming gigs in the States.

Horsemen in the mix

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

Love music and shit-hot mixing? Then check this night out.

RIP Phil Taylor

By executive editor Wolfgang Bang

The R&H pays homage to Phil 'Philthy Animal' Taylor, legendary drummer with Motörhead, who died this past Wednesday (11/11/15) aged 61.

Practical Lovers

By guest editor Richard Caldwell

Richard Caldwell on the loving impracticality of Practical Lovers.

After the Clash

By Steve Auto of Point Blank Poznan

If you like your punk, you may have heard of the Clash. But what happened after they spilt? Steve Auto's on the case...

It was 40 years ago today

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

That Sex Pistols played their first gig at Saint Martins College or whatever it was called back then.

RIP Dickie Hammond

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

The R&H pays homage to Leatherface guitarist Dickie Hammond, who has died aged 50.

A bit of a Dü

By Steve Auto of Point Blank Poznan

Steve Auto's back from the pub and he's whapping on some Hüsker Dü.

Avril Lavigne's weird teeth

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

She may be shit but is Avril Lavigne also a shapeshifting alien?

Surf sounds from space

By Steve Auto of Point Blank Poznan

Steve Auto gets abducted by Man or Astro-Man?, ETs sent to Earth to play surf music.

Straight Outta Compton

By official R&H reporter David 'Papi' Duke

If you see Papi Duke down the cinema, he won't be there to watch 'Straight Outta Compton'. Here's why...

(I'd Go the) Whole Wide World

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

This week's single of the month is '(I'd Go the) Whole Wide World' by Wreckless Eric.

Rocket of Shit

By R&H professor Mr Swellmons

Someone shat in a subway and you won't believe how beautiful it looks!

David Bowie, the truth

By music editor Nicky Liar

Nicky Liar blows the lid on the real David Bowie.

Send more robots

By Steve Auto of Point Blank Poznan

Steve Auto appraises And None Of Them Knew They Were Robots and offshoot band Send More Paramedics.

Stranglehead at the Sweden Project

By St Austell editor Turd Lemsip

Turd Lemsip reviews Motörhead and the Stranglers live at the Eden Project in Cornwall.

You're Gonna Miss Me

By eternal editor AC89

This week's karaoke classic is 'You're Gonna Miss Me' by Radio Birdman.

Jockstock this July 25

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

Clear your diaries for the Jockstock punk all-dayer.

Lovers Rock

By chief hack Ignatius Rake

'Lovers Rock' by Tommy McCook is a flippin' ace album. Fact.

The legendary Leatherface

By Steve Auto of Point Blank Poznan

Steve Auto pays homage to Leatherface, a band you really ought to know better.

Hypocrisy in the Democracy

By muso tosser Dirk Spangler

Check out Selftitled's new single then watch them for free this Saturday.

Running Wild

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

Watch the ace new vid for 'Running Wild' by Drenge.

Anarchy Tit squirts war!

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

New 'New Banksy' declares war on old 'New Banksy' with Macedonian tit scribble.

Old "New Banksy" bites back

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

Old 'New Banksy' fires back at new 'New Banksy' with 'stunning' portrait in Greece.

New "New Banksy" emerges

By religious affairs/football editor the Reverend Marcus Trepanning

New shining light in world of street art hits St Austell.

"New Banksy" shows Cock Face

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

Legendary street artist gets cock out in St Austell.

Farewell, the Cornwall Coliseum

By chief hack Ignatius Rake

Work has begun on the demolition of the Cornwall Coliseum, a once great gig venue reduced to a stomach-turning eyesore.

Every Day I'm Drinking

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

This week's single of the month is 'Every Day I'm Drinking' by Russian nutjobs Little Big.

More gems from Drenge

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

We've just listened to Drenge's new album 'Undertow' and it's very good indeed.

Mad Professor still mad

By culture editor DJ NRG Raver

Dub legend Mad Professor thwarts claims he's sane with mental gig in Poznan.

Virtual Trouser gets an urge for offal

By culture editor DJ NRG Raver

Grab your Joy Division oven gloves because Virtual Trouser's off to Merseyside and the wonderful world of Half Man Half Biscuit.

Steve's Problem

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

The R&H talks to Mike Lars White, the man behind the hit short film 'Steve's Problem'.

Hit Them Again

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

This week's single of the month is 'Hit Them Again' by Aussie punk pioneers Radio Birdman.

Camborne to be Wild

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

Get your motor running because it's time for some more hot rhymes from Cornish rap legend Leonard Weather.

Jaz on Bono

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

Killing Joke's Jaz Coleman lets rip on that jumped-up little tosspot out of U2.

Bad Reputation

By wendy clitoris Wendy Clitoris

Wendy Clitoris berates the state of youth today. Music from Bass Drum of Death.

A game of thrones

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

Ever wondered what the queen or Obama looked like taking a dump? Well, Italian artist Cristina Guggeri is here to help...

French Disko

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

This week's single of the month is 'French Disko' by Stereolab.

Meanwhile in Japan...

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

Ladies and gentlemen, be upstanding for the world's first 'Idol noise band', the truly glorious BiS Kaidan.

Bono spelt backwards

By society editor Wolfgang Bang

Wolfgang Bang pays tribute to everyone's favourite tosser.

Prince's purple plums

By music editor Nicky Liar

Fruit, veg and otters: Nicky Liar blows the lid on the true story behind Prince's 'Purple Rain' LP.

Tarred and Feathered

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

This week's single of the month is 'Tarred and Feathered' by Cardiacs.

Guru Josh was right


1990's time for the guru.

S Club 7 eaten by dogs

By Guru Josh (no relation)

Recently reformed pop sensation torn apart by terriers.

Yarmouth Five-O

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

This week's single of the month is 'Yarmouth Five-O' by Splodgenessabounds.

The best interview ever

By chief hack Ignatius Rake

Love him or hate him, Johnny Rotten tells it how it is in this classic 1977 interview with Dutch TV.

Thurston Moore's big pile of gash

By Paul Scholes of Manchester United (no relation)

Shit gig. Great review.

Feargal Sharkey 'best dressed punk'

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

Undertones singer named best dressed punk by gobshite London taxi driver.

Happy birthday, Jello!

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

The R&H pays homage to punk legend Jello Biafra, who turns 56 today.

Racist Boyhole baptism shocker

By society editor Wolfgang Bang

Boyhole baptised, sins flushed away as appalling racial slurs and other PR disasters cause religion to 'feature strongly once again' in boyband's contract.

Something Better Change

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

This week's single of the month is 'Something Better Change' by the Stranglers.

Lost in Music

By eternal editor AC89

This week's karaoke classic is 'Lost in Music' by the Fall.

Graveyard Drug Party

By Steve Auto at Point Blank Poznan

Like your music raw? Then check out Poz-based Graveyard Drug Party. They f--king rock!

L'Homme Pressé

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

This week's single of the month is 'L'Homme Pressé' by Noir Désir.

Boyhole plugged good and proper

By society editor Wolfgang Bang

Embattled Boyhole team up with animatronic pervert; Chelsea now 'a war zone'.

I Bin There

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

This week's single of the month is 'I Bin There' by Cornish punks the Vendettas.

Shit lyrics: the Bangles

By pretender to the Swedish crown Lomgard Uttatoss

Why do pop types think it's OK to write shit lyrics?

Scrotum 'discovers' Sleaford Mods

By resident hipster Archibald Scrotum

Hoxton hipster Archibald Scrotum gets northern grit between his teeth when he hears Sleaford Mods.

Under the Skin

By R&H reader Mr Swellmons

Mr Swellmons seeks light relief from Scarlett Johansson and he is not disappointed.

Respect

By eternal editor AC89

This week's karaoke classic is 'Respect' by the Wolfgang Press.

When Scrotum met Dildo

By resident hipster Archibald Scrotum

Archibald Scrotum chats with Justin Dustbin, the man behind Ventriloquist's Dildo, the coolest folk vibe generators in all of Shoreditch.

Bill Drummond comes to Brum

By guest writer Tony Appleby

He co-founded the KLF. He burnt a million quid. And now he's kicking off a 12-year world art tour in the West Midlands. Tony Appleby meets up with Bill Drummond for the R&H.

Straight to anal

By society editor Wolfgang Bang

A straight-to-anal director's cut should be cinematic law worldwide, says Wolfgang Bang.

Zardoz, Connery's crowning glory

By society editor Wolfgang Bang

Wolfgang Bang reviews John Boorman's 1974 sci-fi/fantasy clusterf--k 'Zardoz'.

Brighton Breakfast

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

Supine Orchestra release sneak preview of forthcoming album and it is good. It is very good indeed.

Boyhole squirts back

By society editor Wolfgang Bang

Vitriol squirted from Boyhole at gender rivals GirlBait.

Justin Bieber to draw Batman

By our friends at New Comics Day

Overpaid Canadian children's entertainer Justin Bieber to re-examine Caped Crusader, New Comics Day reports.

GirlBait auditions underway

By culture editor DJ NRG Raver

All-girl version of Boyhole announced in yet another flash of inspired money-grubbing pop world originality.

Cocteau Twins video shocker

By muso tosser Dirk Spangler

Cocteaus' new single "radical departure from past"; video leaves audiences "stunned".

RIP Bob Casale

By chief hack Ignatius Rake

Devo guitarist and keyboard player Bob Casale has died.

Golden Brown

By eternal editor AC89

This week's karaoke classic is 'Golden Brown' by the Wurzels.

Patrick Chase exposed

By culture editor DJ NRG Raver

Crime-fighting drum & bass duo Chase & Status unmask daytime TV host as drug-fuelled love rat hypocrite.

Double O Doo

By society editor Wolfgang Bang

Wolfgang Bang reveals the alarming truth behind the James Bond film franchise.

Stay Free

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

This week's single of the month is 'Stay Free' by the Clash.

Leonard Weather

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

A new name has emerged that will shake the world of hip hop to its core. Forget NWA and Daddy Mac. Ladies and gentlemen, Mr Leonard Weather.

RIP Sid Vicious

By eternal editor AC89

In a special Karaoke Classics , the R&H pays tribute to Sid Vicious, who died 35 years ago yesterday.

Wasted/Rise Above

By chief hack Ignatius Rake

To celebrate the New Year, we've got two, yes TWO, singles of the month for you this week and both from the same band! That's right, it's 'Wasted' and 'Rise Above' by Black Flag.

Happy birthday, Frank!

By chief hack Ignatius Rake

The R&H pays tribute to Frank Zappa, who would have turned 73 today.

Student Wankers

As requested by R&H reader Dr X

This week's single of the month is 'Student Wankers' by Peter and the Test Tube Babies.

Stone Roses Scouse shocker

By staff writer Stafford Wrighter

WORLD EXCLUSIVE! Stone Roses not from Manchester.

Johnny Was

By poetry editor Godfrey Hardcore

This week's single of the month is 'Johnny Was' by Belfast punks Stiff Little Fingers.

Three Scouse gangster flicks

By film editor and alien abductee Gert Stonkers

Alien abductee Gert Stonkers reviews 'Going Off Big Time', 'The Crew' and 'Shooters', three very different Liverpudlian gangster films he stumbled across on YouTube.

Two films that piss on Green Street

By film editor and alien abductee Gert Stonkers

Alien abductee Gert Stonkers reviews 'The Firm' and 'Cass', two football-thug-themed feature films that micturate all over that crap with Elijah Wood in it.

Edna Gumball robbed of Turner Prize

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

Essex artist loses out as UK's top art gong goes to French woman.

Gabrielle

By eternal editor AC89

This week's single of the month is 'Gabrielle' by Ween.

Cockney Thug still at large

By culture editor DJ NRG Raver

Dubstep-loving East End criminal vows to plug Boyhole "good and proper".

Sugar, Sugar

By eternal editor AC89

This week's karaoke classic is 'Sugar, Sugar' by legendary LA punks the Germs.

Thatcher exhumed

By culture editor DJ NRG Raver

Virtual Trouser digs up the Wicked Witch with a little help from the Pogues.

You are not a photographer!

By chief hack Ignatius Rake

Fancy yourself as a bit of hot shot with the old click-click? Well, you might want to check out the YANAP website before setting yourself up as a pro.

Mamma Mia

By eternal editor AC89

This week's karaoke classic is 'Mamma Mia' by UK discopunk sensation Gabba.

RIP Lou Reed

By society editor Wolfgang Bang

Lou Reed, sadly not related to Ollie, dies aged 71.

I Will Survive

By eternal editor AC89

This week's karaoke classic is 'I Will Survive' by UK punk band Snuff.

Typical bloody Hollywood

By society editor Wolfgang Bang

Wolfgang Bang reviews 'Rush', a new film "based on a true story" about 70s racing drivers James Hunt and Niki Lauda.

The same old chords

By muso tosser Dirk Spangler

Ever wondered why so much pop music sounds the bloody same?

Moon Over Marin

By lyrics expert Daryl Terr'd

This week's single of the month is 'Moon Over Marin' by the Dead Kennedys.

Swing for the Crime

By society editor Wolfgang Bang

This week's single of the month is 'Swing for the Crime' by the Saints.

Bob Owler and the Brummie Moths

By Wendy Clitoris

Psychedelic super group set to take world by storm.

Cock of Ages: This is Spinal Crap

By society editor Wolfgang Bang

Wolfgang Bang has just watched 'Rock of Ages'. He wasn't too impressed.

Virtual Trouser tramps to Drenge

By culture editor DJ NRG Raver

Crack open the cans! It's time to go tramping to the music of Drenge.

Boyhole spit lubed!

By society editor Wolfgang Bang

Friction avoided between members as punk opening slammed by record company execs. A lot.

Lips like bacon

By musicological food expert Keith Burtons

Is this the best bacon/mouth lyric ever?

Marlena Shaw

By fashion editor Kok Wang

Kok Wang talks soul.

"New Banksy" drug shocker

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

Street artist implores people of St Austell to "smock wed evey day".

Glastonbury bollocks fair

By society editor Wolfgang Bang

You can shove your tepees up your arse, says society editor Wolfgang Bang.

Bop Helium Bar

By society editor Wolfgang Bang

This week's single of the month is 'Bop Helium Bar' by the Wierdos, an absolute classic in every way.

Banksy unmasked!

By street art expert Daryl Terr'd

World Exclusive! The R&H reveals Banksy's true identity.

Boyhole "will not split"

By society editor Wolfgang Bang

Teeny-bop boy-band sensation Boyhole have scotched media claims of a break-up. New album out now.

Virtual Trouser says coal not dole

By culture editor DJ NRG Raver

You might not have liked Thatcher much but her monetarist policies certainly got the country's musicians off their arses.

Volcano Enema

By muso tosser Dirk Spangler

What do you get if you cross a Scouser, a Mexican, a Pole and a bloke from Burkina Faso?

Justin Bieber seized by Gestapo

By society editor Wolfgang Bang

Tour of Poland, the Low Countries and France now in doubt.

Does Morrissey matter?

By society editor Wolfgang Bang

Piqued by a poster for a Mozzer convention in Dublin, we asked skate punk Wolfgang Bang what he thought. This is what he said...

"New Banksy" does a face

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

Street artist steals hearts with latest portrait. One woman dead.

Common People

By society editor Wolfgang Bang

This week's single of the month is William Shatner and Joe Jackson covering Pulp's 'Common People'. And yes, it's well classy.

Black Funky Metal

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

Supine Orchestra are back with a jaunty little ode to Norwegian black metal. Watch it here today!

Johnny Are You Queer?

By society editor Wolfgang Bang

This week's single of the month is Josie Cotton's 'Johnny Are You Queer?' from 1981.

The genius of Edna Gumball

By arts editor Quentin Darling-Pseud

Genius is an overused word but when it comes to Edna Gumball no other adjective screams so loudly, gushes art ponce Quentin Darling-Pseud.

One Direction: up your jinker!

By society editor Wolfgang Bang

Boy band One Direction have released a mash-up of Blondie's 'One Way or Another' and the Undertones' 'Teenage Kicks'. Wolfgang Bang ain't happy.

"New Banksy" hits Lisburn

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

New "New Banksy" piece 'Cock and Norks' set to challenge accepted notions of gender. Bus station dynamited.

Fudge painting

By eternal editor AC89

Do you or have you ever been tempted to paint with fudge?

Virtual Trouser gets rutted

By culture editor DJ NRG Raver

Back in 1962, who would have thought that four lads from Rutland, England's smallest county, would set the world alight? Ladies and gentlemen, the Rutles...

Chas and Dave not dead

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

Rumours that cheeky Cockney music duo Chas and Dave had disappeared into the abyss have been scotched by news that they are now advertising trains in the East Midlands.

I am the unknown Beach Boy

By music editor Nicky Liar

The Beach Boys' 1966 album Pet Sounds is one of the defining records of the 1960s. And it's all thanks to Nicky Liar.

Troll Hunter: A fiver well spent

By society editor Wolfgang Bang

Majestic fjords, murderous monsters and dark humour: Wolfgang Bang reckons Troll Hunter kicks big hairy buttocks.

Found: The worst song ever recorded

By chief hack Ignatius Rake

Japan has produced some damn fine bands in its time. Sadly, it has also produced Etoile-Radiant or possibly just Etoile. Either way, they are shit.

Ralf, Florian and Nicky

By music editor Nicky Liar

A quick blast of Kraftwerk sends music editor Nicky Liar back to 70s Germany and a chance meeting on a train to Düsseldorf.

"New Banksy" strikes again

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

This time it's cocks.

Another Cassetteboy classic

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

With all that athletics bollocks about to kick off in London, Cassetteboy has issued his own welcome to the Great Wen speech via the gob of posh hair-freak mayor Boris Johnson.

Is this the most ludicrous film ever?

By film editor Gert Stonkers

Elijah Wood running with the West Ham Inter City Firm? Do me a favour!

Virtual Trouser lynches the landlord

By culture editor DJ NRG Raver

They're doubling up the rent so Virtual Trouser's off to steal people's mail with the Dead Kennedys.

Hacks hacked off by Roses

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

In news you probably won't read elsewhere, the Stone Roses have angered snappers thanks to a 'rights grab clause' within their latest photo release form.

A hard drive hard to pigeonhole

By toe-tapping hack Ignatius Rake

Some bands are easy to categorise as sounding like someone else. Not so Frank's Hard Drive, whose debut EP has just been released on Half Eaten.

Virtual Trouser fites dem back

By culture editor DJ NRG Raver

Bread in the oven bakin'! Virtual Trouser eats with its gun, sleeps with its gun. It even cleans its teeth with its gun.

Supine is sublime

By toe-tapping hack Ignatius Rake

Good news for music lovers: Half Eaten has just re-issued Supine Orchestra's debut album. And jolly nice it is too.

What's logic got to do with it?

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

Inane lyrics have claimed another life following a shootout with police.

Virtual Trouser knows the score

By culture editor DJ NRG Raver

Big fish, little fish, cardboard box. Yep, that's right, it's time to get your whistles out as Virtual Trouser goes old skool raving.

Lisbon artist "new Banksy"

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

A Portuguese street artist has been hailed as the "new Banksy" despite an obvious lack of talent.

Virtual Trouser burns a million quid

By culture editor DJ NRG Raver

It's grim up north so Virtual Trouser's all bound for Mu Mu Land with the KLF. But what time is love?

Virtual Trouser fights war not wars

By culture editor DJ NRG Raver

Where next, Columbus? Virtual Trouser goes sheep farming in the Falklands with sugary sweet popsters Crass.

Virtual Trouser gets rapping

By culture editor DJ NRG Raver

Yo, J-Roc, get off the motherlovin' sofa 'cos Virtual Trouser's gonna fizzle its jizzle all over a skizzle. Or something.

Virtual Trouser drops out

By culture editor DJ NRG Raver

It's time to watch the dog melt as Virtual Trouser heads back to acid-drenched 60s America, man.

Virtual Trouser goes cosmic

By culture editor DJ NRG Raver

Strap yourself in 'cos Virtual Trouser's gonna blast you off into space with Lemmy and the gang.

Virtual Trouser raves on

By culture editor DJ NRG Raver

If you can't make it to the next Naked Trouser night, don't worry because Virtual Trouser is here!

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