“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.
five places to party at this new year’s eve (if you actually want to have a good time)
Want to see in 2017 without the fear of post-party regret? Make like the smart clubbers and read our guide to clubs you may never have heard of, but should have partied at.
the clubs that changed simon reynolds life
To celebrate the launch of his new book Shock and Awe: Glam Rock and Its Legacy, revered music journalist Simon Reynolds shares the parties that have inspired him the most.
the australian club with bright ideas about making the dance floor creep free
With nightlife under threat in London, it's time to look for new ways to preserve club culture — and earlier this year i-D Australia unearthed a solid plan.
ministry of sound announce m25 all day festival
The iconic London nightclub celebrates 25 years at the heart of British club culture with an urban countryside all-dayer.
the death of australia’s lesbian party culture
LGBT culture is accepted in Australia now more than ever, but lesbians still remain marginalised when the mainstream interacts with queer identity.
new yorkers donate $11k for care of nightlife star domonique echeverria
The party promoter was hit by the J Train in accident last week that left her seriously injured.
listen to the debut track from the artists behind anal house meltdown
And catch the first club play of Death Drive by Eddie Peake, Prem Sahib and George Henry Longly at the Chapter 10 and Anal House Meltdown party on Saturday.
is london nightlife dead? no! it's just being reborn
As more iconic pubs and clubs close their doors for the final time, i-D Culture Correspondent Princess Julia investigates the past, present and future of nights out on the capital.
party for your abortion rights at vogue fabrics tonight
Work It, Polyester and more are pro-dancing, pro-girl zines and pro-choice at the None of Your Business fundraising party tonight.
UK club closures are out of control
Nearly half of the country’s nightspots have closed in the last 10 years according to a new report.
fabric will live to see another messy sunrise
The London club will remain open, despite facing closure due to drug-related deaths.