inside glasgow's underground after-hours party scene
In the second of our Global Street Style documentaries, i-D crosses the border into Scotland to meet the young people carving out Glasgow's underground scene. Discontent with the current political climate, they are artfully rebelling, reclaiming the city and throwing after-hours parties in office blocks, warehouses and abandoned spaces.
We meet candyfloss-coiffed Mobo, the creator of a police-targeted after-hours party called Incognito, to discover the origins of the night, join a group of forward-thinking students at the Glasgow School of Art, and hang out with activist-skateboarder Fletch.
In this love letter to inner-city Scottish misfits, we discover more about the ever-changing Glasgow skyline, and the ripple effects of regeneration on Glaswegian youth culture.
Assistant Producer Kate Villevoye Talent Producer Declan Higgins Global Executive Producer Eloise King
Director of Photography Jack Reynolds Additional Camera Henry Lockyer Sound Recordist Graham McCormick Runner/Driver Jay Delves Editor Paul Frankl Colourist George Dutton Sound Mix Matt Cheney Script Editor Matthew Whitehouse Narrator Leala-Rain Shonaiya
Production Manager Lauran Clark Production Coordinator Rosa Harris Edmonds
Music Juju - Sunshine Juju - Mobile Suited Sega Bodega - Spook Inkke - Peekapop Sega Bodega - High As Air (Instrumental) Sega Bodega - Tantarantana Dead Bart - Armox Jasper James - Sneaky Mia Dora - Raw Kiss
Commercial Creative Director Bunny Kinney VP of Production, Commercial & Digital Bree Horn Production Executive Shelley Hurley Researcher Stephen Isaac-Wilson Junior Researcher Lily Rose Thomas
Head of Post Production Daniel Elias Post Production Manager Tom Lynch Post Production Administrator Laura Davidson Post Production Coordinator Regina Lemaire-Costa
Music Supervisor Alex Benge Music Coordinator Bonnie Reilly Rights & Clearances Cristina Lombardo Studio Manager Polly Williams Senior Designer Rebecca Boyd-Wallis Designer Tristan Cluett
Special Thanks Lesley Booth @ Glasgow School of Art, Gary Mackay @ SWG3, Maryann King @ Mr Ben Retro Clothing, Strathclyde Partnership for Transport, 'Tartan Armies' courtesy of Vice News, Karen Tillotson, Greg Feldwick, Andy Musgrave, Keith McIvor