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Lee Scratch Perry in his studio

Dalston-born photographer Dennis Morris became friends with the legendary Lee "Scratch" Perry while shooting in Jamaica in the '70s — a close connection that lasted until Perry's passing last year aged 85. Here, Simon Doherty speaks with Morris about some of the moments he captured of the roots and dub reggae visionary

Dennis Morris has been a photographer since he was a nine-year-old child growing up in Dalston, east London. After learning the basics from a man...

New exhibition documents the evolution of music photography

A new exhibition exploring the evolution of music photography is coming to New York City this summer.


Studio Stage takes over the Pace Gallery in...

Castlemorton 1992: photographing the Illegal rave that changed UK dance music forever

2022 marks the 30th anniversary of the biggest and the most infamous illegal rave that ever took place: Castlemorton – a week-long, 20,000-person party deemed so anarchistic that it shook Middle England to its core. Here, photographer Alan Lodge tells his story of capturing a week changed UK dance music forever

It started on a particularly sunny bank holiday weekend, on the 22nd May 1992. A ramshackle convoy of vehicles, which served as the rag-tag homes...

SHERELLE’s BEAUTIFUL label and AIAIAI partner on new initiative for Black and LGBTQI+ artists

SHERELLE's BEAUTIFUL label and the Danish audio firm AIAIAI are partnering on a new initiative aimed at supporting Black and LGBTQI+ artists, comprising free workshops...

Photographer Stuart Linden Rhodes, known mononymously Linden, spent the ‘90s capturing the queer clubbing scene in the north of England on his camera. Now his...

Throughout the 1990s, Stuart Linden Rhodes was a teacher by day and a writer and photographer covering the north’s gay clubbing scene at night. In...

Tony Davis’ visceral photography doesn’t just capture what the UK’s early ‘90s rave culture looked like, it also manages to conjure up what it felt...

Photographer Tony Davis’ adult life has been dedicated to chronicling culture surrounding Northern Soul all-nighters, football terraces, football casuals, free party collectives and acid house...

40 of London’s most iconic nightclubs and venues have been photographed during lockdown

A London club photography project titled Let Us Dance has been launched to raise awareness of the impact COVID-19 has had on the nightlife industry, and...

Marie Staggat and Timo Stein visited over 40 of Berlin’s clubs between April and December 2020

Berlin clubs shut during the coronavirus pandemic have been explored in a new book, Hush.

After briefly reopening last year with strict social distancing and...

The book features a foreword by Terry Farley

A new book featuring photos of '80s Ibiza has been published.

Titled Ibiza ‘89, the new book captures the spirit of nightlife in the White...

Charting two decades of techno at Hart Plaza

A new Detroit photo exhibition has opened at the Robert and Mary Ann Bury Community Gallery, celebrating 20 years of Movement Festival. 

'2000/2020: Celebrating 20...

The book contains hundreds of images from the group's career

Beastie Boys will be the subject of a new book from Spike Jonze.

The Oscar-winning director, who has a long-standing partnership with the hip-hop outfit...

Radio Slave, Marcel Fengler and more will play at the event next month...

Berghain bouncer Sven Marquardt is to present some of his photography in an exhibition on New York's Wall Street next month.

The 13-hour event, called...

The exhibition also features live music from Prurient...

Berghain’s beloved bouncer Sven Marquardt has debuted a new photography exhibition at Georgian techno club, Khidi.

Marquardt’s work as a photographer has become well known...

Expect queues... 

Martin Garrix has announced an ADE pop-up store at X BANK in Amsterdam next month. 

Running from 18th to 21st October, the day before the...

Note— it's not this picture... 

A portrait of Calvin Harris is now hanging in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, as the Edinburgh institution pays tribute to the country's biggest electronic...

DJ Mag North America was on the ground at RHA Festival 2018 for all the beachside house vibes, pummelling techno beats and sun-drenched good times...

DJ Mag North America spent this past Memorial Day weekend under the near-summer sun at our first-ever trip to RHA Festival, a new boutique festival...

Earlier this month, DJ Mag North America headed to Pa’l Norte for the first time ever. Taking place in Monterrey, the capital and largest city...

A new photo exhibition in London is giving an inside look into the glory days of Chicago disco and funk...

In the ‘80s, Chicago birthed house music, the world-renowned movement that’s kept us dancing and smiling for more than three decades. Chi-Town also gave us...

The Hoxton Gallery will display images of Novelist, BBK and more...

Vicky Grout, one of the UK's leading Grime photographers, will be showcasing her finest work at The Hoxton Gallery this weekend. 

Taking place from 5...

Could this be the end for the sea of cameras in front of the stage?

Apple has been granted a patent for technology that could be used to stop attendees of live events from using their iPhone camera to film...