pxssy palace just made the ultimate pride mix
Desi beats, cunty pop and vandalised edits to help you live your best queer life.
our rules, our roof: this short film celebrates the impact of pxssy palace for queer people of colour
“It’s more than just clubbing. There’s no reason why the dancefloor can’t be educational.”
this black queer art show is changing the landscape for future generations
BBZ BLK BK: Alternative Graduation Show held space for ten recently graduated black queer artists to reclaim their time and re-contextualise their experiences.
listen to this queer art soundscape mix by bbz
Ahead of next week’s BBZ BLK BK Alternative Graduation Show.
meet the alternative art graduates transforming the normative art world
In May, collectives BBZ and sorryyoufeeluncomfortable called on submissions from queer womxn, trans and non-binary artists of black ancestry for their new art show. Meet the ten artists selected to appear in the BBZ BLK BK: Alternative Graduate Show.
calling all queer womxn, trans and non-binary artists of black ancestry! this new show wants you
BBZ BLK BK: Alternative Graduate will platform 10 artists who have recently graduated from a UK-based institution at Peckham’s Copeland Gallery this July.
listen to our super sexy v-day megamix from queer music crew bbz
A solid hour of sultry sounds from some fire femmes.
there’s going to be a black girl festival in london
Save the date.
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.
an intimate portrait of a young couple in love
Ronan McKenzie captures Nadine Davis and Tia Simon-Campbell, the beautiful founders of all-inclusive club night BBZ <3
revisit your teenage bedroom this weekend as we team up with bbz at afropunk
Get in the mood for the nostalgic My Yard installation with a mix by BBZ. One for the bedroom DJs, black neeks, conscious yutes, bashment studs, trans youth, brown punks, road femmes, jungle heads, and Channel U man-dem.
what does london sound like at night?
BBZ, NTS and Boiler Room are each shaping the capital's nightlife in their own unique and innovative way. We meet the geniuses behind the platforms.