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Author Graeme Armstrong offers a candid look at the scene and lifestyle that came with it

A new documentary chronicling Scotland's rave culture is available to watch on the BBC iPlayer.

Originally broadcast on the BBC on 24th August, 'Scotland The...

Restrictions on outdoor venues were lifted last week 

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced that nightclubs in Scotland will be allowed to reopen on Monday 24th January. 

Ms Sturgeon confirmed in a statement...

Outdoor event restrictions to be lifted in Scotland next week

Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced that the country’s clubs will remain closed until at least 24th January, in an attempt to help curb the...

There’s a clever simplicity to Terminal V’s Easter all-day festival: three rooms, three pulverising soundsystems and an impeccable line-up of house and techno. The location...

The film charts the scene in and around the area's Ouseburn Valley

A new film about the '90s rave scene in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne has been released.

'The Kick, The Snare, The Hat & A Clap' is an independent...

The Belleville Three, Carl Craig, Lee Scratch Perry, Plastikman and Orbital are on the soundtrack... 

The 1990s UK rave scene is at the centre of a new film, 'Beats', which has been produced by Hollywood legend Steven Soderbergh and directed...

Three decades of Trade: celebrating 30 years of boundary breaking LGBTQ+ raving

The fierce LGBTQ+ party Trade was the UK’s first legal after-hours club event, opening at 3am and closing at 9am. It laid the groundwork for a new on-and-on party culture, while its sexual and gender diversity was a forerunner for today’s queer club scene. As it celebrates its 30th anniversary, and prepares for its 24-hour birthday party at Egg London, Joe Roberts speaks to some of its regular DJs, designers and founder Laurence Malice about Trade's boundary-breaking legacy

It’s Sunday afternoon, 16th March 2008, and the dancefloor of Turnmills is packed with dancers in varying states of undress. Watching over them, grinning maniacally...

From the birth of acid house and the free party scene, through the era of super clubs and into the digital age, flyer design has...

Floating Bstrd is the illustration guise of Marko Vuleta-Djukanov, the Serbian artist who rose to prominence with work for the likes of Vladimir Ivkovic, Lena...

It will be the 'Sandstorm' producer's Scottish festival debut 

Darude will headline 'The Ultimate 90s Rave' festival in Scotland. 

The 'Sandstorm' producer's set at The Royal Highland Centre in Islington will be...

DJ Mag's new Solid Gold series revisits and examines the ongoing significance and influence of electronic albums throughout history. In our latest edition, DJ Mag regular...

The rope bridge spans a wide ravine that fades into darkness as it drops. On one side, under skies choked by smoke being belched from...

Featuring classic rave anthems from the likes of The Prodigy, Joey Beltram, LFO, Inner City and Orbital...

The official soundtrack for forthcoming UK rave culture film 'Beats' is available to stream now.

Produced by Steven Soderbergh and directed by Brian Welsh (whose...

It's out in UK and Ireland cinemas next month...

The trailer for a new UK rave culture drama called 'Beats' has been unveiled ahead of its release to UK and Ireland cinemas on May...

Scottish producer shares debut Futureboogie release...

Austin Ato's new EP 'Music Will Save The Day' is next in line for Bristol's best-loved disco/house label Futureboogie.

Austin Ato is the latest project...

We troll him about his hatred of EDM...

Uncompromising, passionate, and very opinionated: Dave Clarke is the man John Peel famously dubbed the Baron of Techno. As one of the consultants for the...

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A new survey by the Night Time Industries Association (NTIA) has revealed that UK clubs have seen a 26% rise in their total operating costs...