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DJs share clubbing memories in new photobook, Quarantune 02: Last Entry 3am

It's the second instalment in the series documenting nightlife culture

Music and photoblog Quarantune has released the second instalment of its photobook series, documenting DJ and nightlife memories.

Following on from the now sold-out Quarantune 01: Music, Memories and More, Quarantune 02: Last Entry 3am is a 100-page, limited edition snapshot of DJ culture, featuring the likes of DEBONAIR, Heléna Star, Jyoty and more.

According to Quarantune founder Niamh O'Connor, particular emphasis has been "placed on emerging talent to broaden the horizon for promoters and celebrate club culture while some countries have no plans to reopen nightlife anytime soon."

As with the first installment, the work of a diverse array of photographers is key to the photobook. This time around, the book showcases the work of photography by Alexander Petsavas, Chidera David Chukwujekwun, Dan Comerford, Mariana Vasquez Matamoros and many more.

Once again, Quarantune has teamed up with SCOOP Foundation to equally share the profits: "It's important we continue supporting a charity close to us", Quarantune explains in an official press release. SCOOP is an Irish NGO that works in displaced person's camps in the Middle East and in Direct Provision Centres in Ireland.

Buy the book here.