Damian Abraham Talks to Suroosh Alvi About Vice's Punk History
For the new episode of 'Turned Out A Punk', the two talk about how VICE went from self-professed “punkzine" to a multi-billion dollar media juggernaut
by Byron Yan
Jan 7 2016, 8:10pm
Punk ain’t dead, baby. Fucked Up's Damian Abraham sits down with VICE co-founder Suroosh Alvi to talk all things punk and Vice on his podcast Turned Out A Punk. They speak on Vice’s roots and it’s Canadian punk parallels, record labels and the legacy of the company. Alvi also talks about defying odds and his commitment to building engaging content. Listen below.
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