what it's like to rave on a greek island
See photos from the 'Nature Loves Courage' festival, which presents an alternative to the dark and gritty techno monoculture.
inside poland's 90s rave scene
A new exhibition in London celebrates the unique era in Polish culture when communism collapsed and an explosion of free parties and electronic music erupted in its wake.
meet 'tight', the female-run platform showcasing kyiv's underground music scene
From drinking with Nastya Muravyova to lecturing on the state of music criticism, this trio are creating content beyond the dancefloor.
nobu is japan's maverick techno dj
The legendary founder of Future Terror shares his photos of Japanese raves.
meet the woman behind l.a.'s first weed rave
Michelle Lhooq talks about about creating an inclusive space, ethical consumption, and raving stoned.
a glimpse of seoul’s pulsating rave scene
"No one knows what will happen tomorrow, after the loud music has stopped."
meet the faces of tbilisi's legendary techno club
Nearly six months after the 'rave revolution' that made Bassiani famous, i-D spoke to the young ravers about their hopes for the future.
a hard house meets acid and techno mix, from polish producer vtss
Before you hit the club tonight, warm up with an hour of pure rave.
yoshi flower's 'american raver' is the pledge of allegiance gone goth
The Detroit-raised artist talks Lana Del Rey, the Republican Party, and the nostalgic value of Ford Motors.
angelwave is the euphoric future of moscow's rave scene
Teens in Russia's capital are rejecting the darkness typically associated with electronic music, donning all-white streetwear and dancing under showers of feathers.
a comprehensive video history of rave culture
Take a trip back to Frankie Knuckles’s Chicago warehouse parties, Britain’s most notorious weekender, and early-90s New York institution NASA with the ultimate playlist of documentaries, alarmist news segments, and as-it-happened camcorder footage.
documenting the traveling ravers, clubbers, and hippies of the late 80s and early 90s
Matthew Smith’s images document the UK's outsider youth movements at the end of the Thatcherism in all their mud-caked, pill-soaked bliss and righteous anger.