raff law, tommy gold, rocco ritchie and more celebrate london's creativity with shoho house

We take a trip behind the scenes with some exclusive photos from Friday night’s SHOHO HOUSE.

by Tish Weinstock
27 February 2017, 1:15pm

On Friday night, Raff Law, Daniel Mould and Max Clarke's brand new creative collective, Something to Hate On, started in collaboration with their three best friends, came together with Aftr Mdnt to present SHOHO HOUSE, the first big event launching the collective and the last event to take place at the Soho Revue before it gets demolished next week. For the last two weeks, some of London's brightest young things, including Cosmo Pyke, Schac, Rocco Ritchie, Tia O' Donnell, and Iris Law, have been busy transforming the gallery space into their own underground den of creativity, occupying its corners with installations and leaving their graffitied marks on its hallowed walls. On the night, Tommy Gold from NTS radio was there to provide some tunes, followed swiftly by Henry Skeng from Channel One Sound System, The Illustrious One and a handful of live DJs. With over 500 people attending, many of them leaving the VLONE party to come, it's safe to say it went off. 

Read: Something to Hate on is a brand new platform dedicated to showcasing the work of London's coolest young artists.


Text Tish Weinstock
B&W photography Louis Patten
Colour photography Michael Herrera

iris law
cosmo pyke
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rocco ritchie