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 no dancing rules, nightclubs in Berlin have remained shuttered since April 2020.
A new venue is set to open in Leeds early next year.
Testbed, a 10,000 square foot industrial space, is located on the Southbank at the edge of the city centre and will host arts, community, and electronic music events as well as corporate conferences - taking on a similar function to Manchester’s Depot Mayfield or London’s Printworks.
Green Valley has been devastated by a cyclone that swept across Southern Brazil on 30th June.
The Brazilian club have released a statement confirming they were among the thousands affected by the cyclone that hit the state of Santa Catarina this week. No staff were injured, but the club's outdoor structure was badly damaged and material losses are still being calculated.
A socially distanced music venue is opening in London later this year.
One Night Records, set to launch in October, will serve as an "immersive music event and venue", with all aspects of One Night Records designed to adhere to social distancing guidelines. According to the website, masks must be worn at all times on site, increased ventilation has been built into the venue, and drinks and food will be ordered from a 'drive-thru'.
“Dance is a big part of my expression as a DJ,” says Juba. “I dance behind the decks, and want people to dance very hard when they listen to me play.”
Responses to a new survey by the Night Time Industries Association indicate that many UK clubs, bars and music venues are wary of reopening while social distancing measures will be required.
130 UK businesses responded to the survey, answering questions surrounding the challenges they have faced while under lockdown, and concerns about reopening with social distancing measures as lockdown is eased.