in beirut, clubbing is its own kind of democracy
Local promoters, punters and record store owners give their take on the thriving scene.
meet the female and non-binary djs diversifying berlin's dance floors
No Shade — a DJ collective, club night, and training program — is transforming Berlin nightlife one rave at a time.
le palace was the studio 54 of paris
The legendary nightclub was patronized by aristocrats, punks, workers and an LGBT community seeking what we would now refer to as a 'safe space.'
this photographer is celebrating london's queer nightlife in all its glory
Lukas Viar's intimate polaroids and Instagram account @queer_photo_archive capture London's constantly evolving LGBTQ scene — and show you where the best parties happen.
roxy lee shoots the wonderful and wild people of anal house meltdown’s pride party
Make this anal house a home.
photographing the beautiful faces of wut? club's pride party
This is what went down at WUT? CLUB's big Pride special. 🌈
sydney’s yung brujo is djing for cultural survival
Latin, British, fragmented, and political — Yung Brujo creates dancefloors that speak to multiculturalism.
better living through chemistry: celebrating 30 years of iconic club night shoom
Shoom, the club that launched acid house and raving in London, marks its 30th anniversary with a special celebration on 8 December. Here founder and DJ Danny Rampling explains how one tiny south-of-the-river club night sparked a pop-culture revolution.
aurora halal is keeping everything in its right place
Following debut shows in Australia and New Zealand; promoter, producer, and fine artist Aurora Halal chats to i-D about balance, raves, and her constantly evolving artistry.
homoelectric is manchester’s bespoke misfit paradise
Twenty years into its heritage, Manchester’s Homoelectric is enjoying a pleasing renaissance inside a three-storey Salford warehouse. Of course it is.
“it’s better than any nightclub in london” - the story of hull’s legendary nightclub, spiders
Nested between a bunch of warehouses and factory units in one of east Hull’s industrialised zones, lies a club that has woven itself into the fabric of Britain’s nightlife culture. Here, we peek behind the web during its 1984-90 heyday.
new gen, new geography: how london’s queer nightlife has rebuilt itself
London’s LGBT spaces are disappearing, leaving an underground queer culture to materialise in place of what had become a stagnant, homogenised scene.
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