DJ Paulette has announced the release of her first book, Welcome To the Club: The Life and Lessons of a Black Woman DJ.
The work will give a candid insight into the 30-year career of DJ Paulette, confronting the exclusion, misogyny, racism and classism she has had to battle along the way as a Black woman in the dance music industry.
The book will include contributions from other influential names including Sonique, Smokin Jo, Norman Jay MBE, Gilles Peterson MBE, Dave Haslam, Jaguar and Jamz Supernova.
A new book of '90s London club photos will be published later this year.
The forthcoming book, While You Were Sleeping 1998-2000, is the latest project from photographer Ewen Spencer, who took photographs for club culture magazine Sleazenation in the '90s. In total, the book compiles 111 images of London's diverse nightlife landscape between 1998 and 2000.
Avicii's biography has been published.
Initially set for release last year, Tim - The Official Biography of Avicii was written by Swedish journalist Måns Mosesson, who was given unique access to Tim's own notes, as well as interviews with the producer's family, friends and colleagues.
A new book celebrates legendary Glasgow club The Arches.
Announced last November, Brickwork: A Biography of The Arches is an oral history by two of the club's former employees, novelist Kirstin Innes and comedian David Bratchpiece.
A new book documenting the European rave scene from 1997 to 2005 is available now.
Dirty Dancing, published via electronic label Klasse Wrecks and Berlin design studio We Make It, is Italian photographer Mattia Zoppellaro's self-described "homage to the iconic faces, makeshift dancefloors, soundsystems and hairstyles that have come to symbolise the legendary movement" captured during the free rave scene's golden era.
A new book documents Europe's free party scene.
Taking in 1997 to 2005, Dirty Dancing is Italian photographer Mattia Zoppellaro's self-described "homage to the iconic faces, makeshift dancefloors, soundsystems and hairstyles that have come to symbolise the legendary movement."
A forthcoming book will celebrate some of hip-hop's most influential producers.
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.