meet the female and non-binary djs diversifying berlin's dance floors
No Shade — a DJ collective, club night and training program — is transforming Berlin nightlife one rave at a time.
i-D is throwing a party at manchester’s warehouse project
Pusha T, AJ Tracey, Flohio, Slowthai, Clams Casino and more will be playing.
photos from the queer night everyone's talking about
Roxy Lee shoots the fabulous faces of London’s newest, cult, queer party, Adonis.
this photographer is celebrating london's queer nightlife in all its glory
Lukas Viar's intimate polaroids and Instagram account @queer_photo_archive capture London's constantly evolving LGBTQ scene — and show you where the best parties happen.
roxy lee shoots the wonderful and wild people of anal house meltdown’s pride party
Make this anal house a home.
photographing the beautiful faces of wut? club's pride party
This is what went down at WUT? CLUB's big Pride special. 🌈
is london’s west end nightlife racist?
According to numerous allegations and anecdotes, yes.
lgbtq+ club metropolis gives us hope for london’s nightlife
The former strip club is being relaunched as a much-needed addition to a limited after hours circuit.
why are we so suspicious of suits on the dancefloor?
Suited and booted or suited and booted out. We explore the politically charged history of the suit in clubbing.
better living through chemistry: celebrating 30 years of iconic club night shoom
Shoom, the club that launched acid house and raving in London, marks its 30th anniversary with a special celebration on 8 December. Here founder and DJ Danny Rampling explains how one tiny south-of-the-river club night sparked a pop-culture revolution.
“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.
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.
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