Anna Morgan will release her new track 'Armada Stylo' next week, as part of the upcoming 'ARMADASOUNDS' compilation from Mexico City collective Bldsmx.
The story of rave and ecstasy in the UK has been explored in a new BBC Podcast.
The podcast, entitled Ecstasy: The Battle of Rave, will be online from the 11th September, and will present a deep dive into the emergence of rave and ecstasy into the UK in the late '80s and '90s, through factual and dramatised episodes.
Illegal raves held across the UK during the bank holiday weekend have resulted in fines and clashes with police.
It's reported that police were called out to various events in London, Leeds, and elsewhere, where fines up to £10,000 were issued. In Norfolk, bottles and cans were thrown at police sent to seize equipment and nix the event.
The Haçienda is taking over London's Tobacco Dock on Easter weekend next year.
Spread across the sprawling labyrinth of Tobacco Dock, legendary Manchester nightclub The Haçienda and LWE will host an all-day party on Good Friday, 2nd April.
Featuring three popular nights from the club, Nude, Hot, and Flesh, each event will host respective rooms. The full line-ups and set times are set to be revealed in the coming months.
An illegal rave in the French region of Lozère attracted nearly 10,000 people last weekend, before being shut down, and temporarily locked down, by authorities.
An unlicensed boat party on New York’s Lower East Side was shut down in the early hours of Sunday morning, 2nd August.
Shortly after 1 AM on Sunday morning the Liberty Belle party boat set off from its dock at Pier 36 in Lower Manhattan. Over 170 guests are estimated to have been aboard the boat, which can normally hold up to 600.
A new podcast delving into the history of ‘90s UK rave culture has launched.
R.O.A.R: The '90s Rave Podcast is hosted by journalist Tom Latchem and former DJ Chrissy Richards AKA Cris.E.Manic, and is “dedicated to telling the amazing history of the Decade of Rave through the eyes who made it so special.”
West Yorkshire Police shut down an illegal rave of roughly 200 people at the Kirkstall Valley Nature Reserve in Leeds on Monday night.
Visitors reportedly waded through the River Aire shortly after 7pm on Monday night. Police were called to the scene and three arrests were made as a sound system and DJ equipment was confiscated.