Loraine James channels anxiety into something you can dance to
The London producer has just released her groundbreaking new album ‘Reflection’ on Hyperdub.
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The Latinx queer femme collectives shaping the future of Miami nightlife
In a city where the parties stayed as full as the Covid wards, a new generation adapt to the times and look to a more inclusive future.
Vegyn’s new EP is club music for people who secretly hate clubs
The London producer discusses moving to Los Angeles and hiding spells in his playful Tarot-inspired new EP, ‘Like A Good Old Friend’.
Rave is eternal with Danny L Harle’s euphoric Harlecore
That and all the best new music this week in one playlist.
Tyrell Hampton's ultimate muse is New York nightlife
The photographer tells us how sneaking into parties and snapping candid photos of celebrities informed his signature style.
From punks to club kids, Maripol documented 80s New York after dark
The Studio 54 club icon and “Queen of Polaroids” photographed Bianca Jagger, Debbie Harry, Grace Jones, Sade and more.
The government just announced a £250 million package to save UK nightclubs
But is it too little too late?
New York's DJs on the chaotic future of clubbing
“When this is over I hope to see more Black and brown kids in spaces like Nowadays, Good Room and Public Records. I want to see more intersectionality between different scenes.”
The London-based collective celebrating East and Southeast Asians in music
With their Lunar New Year parties, livestream events and record label, Eastern Margins showcase music from the diaspora for their global community.
7 of Grace Jones' most iconic outfits
The 80s icon’s singular, ground-breaking looks paved the way for gender-fluid styling.
The exhibition channelling our nostalgia for nights out
‘The Time We Call Our Own’ celebrates the communities, cultures and creativity that make nightlife so special.
A leaked report reveals what British nightclubs could look like post-coronavirus
It doesn't look good, friends.