Tinder is Killing the Live Music Scene Says Club Promoter

Back in the olden times people would often congregate at local drinking establishments in order to court prospective suitors, a tradition older than time itself. Nowadays the young 'uns prefer to avoid all that hassle and do it on their phones, a habit that one Aussie club promoter says is killing live music. Read More >>

The Ways Modern Secret Societies Use the Internet to Hide in Plain Sight

Secret societies are as old as time, and they sure as hell aren't going away any time soon. But in an internet age where privacy is harder than ever to come by, secret societies face all kinds of new challenges. And Matt King has seen some of their newest tricks first-hand. Read More >>

London Eye Partying Like it’s 2012 With 30 DJs and Live Streaming Light Show

30 of the glass pods up on the London Eye will be rocking and shining once more tonight, as some sort of musical stunt illuminates the big wheel and fills it with DJs to celebrate London and the UK's clubbing and DJ scene. Read More >>

Cheeky Bristol Nightclub Claims to Be a Restaurant With Only Eight Forks

A nightclub in Bristol, which registered as a restaurant to obtain a licence to sell booze, was recently found to actually only own eight knives and forks, despite claiming to cater for up to 700 people. Were customers being encouraged to bring their own knives to the party? Read More >>

If Going to a Party Was Like Playing a Video Game

Let's face it, for some gamers, going to a party is harder than playing a video game. And for partiers, playing video games is harder than partying. So what if we combined the two worlds and made a video game just for partying? It'd be a lot tougher than you think. Balancing getting drunk, meeting people, hanging with your friends, finding someone to hook up with and having a good time... without making mistakes. Read More >>

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This Hilarious Video Shows What It’d Be Like If Girls and Blokes Swapped Roles In a Club

Blokes always say women have it easy -- they just stand there at the bar, looking pretty, while the gormless chaps have to make the move and lay out the dosh. But really, it's not that simple, as this awesomely cringe-worthy role-reversal video shows. Ouch, do blokes really act like complete nobs like that? Yeah, probably. [YouTube via Mashable] Read More >>