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 online project based on clubbing memories to coincide with his new EP, ‘Club Love’.
Noel Gallagher has spoken about the impact of growing up in Manchester, and the impact of acid house and the Haçienda on his life.
A new documentary exploring rave and acid’s impact on ‘80s Britain is coming to BBC Four next Friday, August 2nd.
Everybody in The Place: An Incomplete History of Britain 1984-1992 is from Turner Prize-winner Jeremy Deller, and features rare and unseen archive materials, while uprooting “popular notions of rave and acid house, situating them at the very centre of the seismic social changes reshaping 1980s Britain.”
Paul Woolford’s new music video is a nostalgic love letter to the golden age of rave, made to accompany the fittingly uptempo piano bomb 'You Already Know', featuring Karen Harding on vocals.
The Leeds-based producer is no stranger to celebrating halcyon days gone by, and has employed the services of director Joe Wilson— known for work with Bicep— to realise the comic, if bittersweet, story of one lone dance disciple acting out the stages involved in getting ready for, and then getting sweaty in, a warehouse party.
London's Saatchi Gallery will host the first major exhibition on rave culture and acid house this summer.
Comprising art, audiovisual installations, photography and more, Sweet Harmony: Rave | Today will present "an immersive retrospective exhibition devoted to presenting a revolutionary survey of rave culture through the voices and lenses of those who experienced it." It runs at the Chelsea contemporary art gallery from 12th July to 14th September.
Glastonbury makes its return today after a fallow year, bringing the likes of The Chemical Brothers, Stormzy, The Black Madonna and many, many, many more to Worthy Farm. There's one name on the bill, however, that doesn't seem to fit in: Klaus Blatter.
A new project collecting memories from clubs, rave and various parties over the last few decades has been launched.
Acid house pioneer DJ Pierre is celebrating 35 years of DJing with 35 remixes of ‘Acid Track’.
The iconic cut, produced by Pierre and the late Earl Smith Jr. AKA Spanky, is credited as being the first ever acid house track and, now, it’s getting a raft of reworkings by some of the most prolific producers on the circuit.