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While You Were Sleeping 1998-2000 will be published in March

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...

Running for six weeks in September 2022, the project is a response to the "dissapearance of the Irish nightclub"

A new pop-up club is opening in Dublin, conceived by a collective of architects, event producers, and club creatives — Temporary Pleasure. 

The as-yet-unnamed venue...

I-Boat, Macadam, La Machine Du Moulin Rouge, Rex Club, Le Petit Salon, and Le Sucre are all involved in the campaign

French nightclubs have launched an initiative aimed at securing cultural status, in an attempt to mirror Berlin's decision to recognise venues in a similar way. ...

The book takes "a retrospective look at the significance of clubs as experimental fields and protected spaces"

A new book explores the history of club culture across Africa and Europe from 1960 to 2020.

Titled Ten Cities, the new 500-page book aims to...

Dancefloor experiences meet stems, loops and original music in emotive ode to rave

Local Action, the London-based label we ran an in-depth feature on this summer, and producer-cum-audio visual artist Sim Hutchins have launched a new interactive...

Ricardo Villalobos, Marcel Dettmann and Modeselektor are among the names involved... 

The history of Berlin club culture is explored in a new exhibition, fittingly entitled No Photos On The Dance Floor! Berlin 1989 - Today.

Taking...

The ClubTogether map aims to chart the historical progression of dance music...

A new project collecting memories from clubs, rave and various parties over the last few decades has been launched.

ClubTogether is gathering people's memories to...

The show will take place 25th April at London's fabric nightclub...

The history of club culture is to be chronicled and celebrated in a one-night-only exhibition at London nightclub fabric.

The show, cataloguing the social and...

Nastia discusses club culture, home and family in a candid new interview...

In a brand new interview with Telekom Electronic Beats, Ukranian DJ and Propaganda Records boss, Nastia, has spoken about her relationship with clubbing culture and...

Alexander Shulgin, the first person to synthesize MDMA, dies

Red Bull Music Academy's Club Culture archive

To coincide with Red Bull Music Academy’s second takeover of the EDF London Eye a celebration of UK club culture from the past 30 years, Red Bull Music Academy have teamed up with Google+ to create a rather unique website that encapsulates the most legendary UK club nights of the past and present which in itself will be played out over the London Skyline in the 30 pods paying homage to the movers and shakers of UK club culture.