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.
Berlin's Senate Department for Culture and Europe is set to trial indoor events to assess the safety of reopening clubs using antigen testing.
In a press release from the Senate earlier this month, it was confirmed that nine indoor events would be held at a number of different venues across Berlin during March and April, to examine the practicality of using coronavirus antigen tests to restart the city's culture sector.
A shortage in nightclub security staff could stop venues from opening their doors later this year.
As the UK gears up to reopen the hospitality and nightlife sectors, following Prime Minister Boris Johnson's announcement that nightclubs across the country could be reopened as soon as the 21st June, a shortage in security staff could potentially prevent nightclubs from reopening in the coming months.
A new documentary on the power of dance music, Where Love Lives, is out this week.
The Cause has revealed plans for a two-day opening party in June.
Tottenham institute The Cause, which has remained shuttered since last March due to the coronavirus, has announced a marathon opening weekend set to take place in June.
Taking place across multiple indoor and outdoor areas, the opening parties will take place on Friday 25TH and Saturday 26TH June, with a host of "ace selectors" yet to be announced.
Berlin clubbing won’t be back to normal until end of 2022, says the city's Club Commission.
Speaking with Deutsche Presse-Agentur, chairwoman of the Berlin Club Commission and CEO of club Gretchen, Pamela Schobeß, said that she is anticipating a period of two years before clubs in Berlin can continue normal programming.
She added that the city's nightlife institutes were "the first to be closed and the last to be allowed to reopen," and kick-starting the clubbing economy "cannot go from zero to one hundred" without the continued support of federal and state governments.
The global live events industry lost over $30 billion worldwide this year, according to Pollstar’s 2020 end of year review released on 12th December.
The report, published by the trade publication for the global concert industry, used data from pre-pandemic first quarter growth to demonstrate “what might have been versus what was” for the live events industry, if the coronavirus crisis had not happened.