An inquest has ruled the death of Fantazia co-founder Gideon Dawson as drug related.
The rave promoter is thought to have succumbed to health complications stemming from a 'cocktail of drugs', including morphine which he was prescribed after breaking a number of ribs.
He was found dead in his Cheltenham, UK home on 14th April 2019, aged 51.
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’.
Berlin techno collective SYNOID will throw a four-day rave next weekend.
The SYNOID weekender will be held at Griessmuehle, one of Berlin's beloved music venues in the Neukölln district.
The party will run from 19th July to 22nd July, with music from Rebekah, Regal and Clouds.
SYNOID have welcomed the likes of I Hate Models, Kobosil, Lucy, Marcel Fengler and Truncate to previous events, at venues such as Berlin's Tresor and Closer club in Milan.
Police were called to shut down an illegal rave in Norfolk last Saturday (6th July).
The call was made by a member of the public at 7:30pm on Saturday, after an event page for the rave was advertised on Facebook.
Despite the call being made on Saturday evening, Norfolk Constabulary did not arrive at the rave until Sunday at 3:45pm, when the party was shut down.
There were around 600 people present at the rave, which was in the Massingham Heath area of Kings Lynn in Norfolk, and specially-trained support teams arrived to seize equipment.
A road sign in Essex was spray prainted yesterday in honour of The Prodigy's album, 'Music For The Jilted Generation'.
In a video posted by The Prodigy's official Twitter account, a hooded figure can be seen spray painting the rave-punk collective's famous ant symbol beside the numbers 1994, the year of the album's release.
Lone has announced a new EP on his Ancient Astronauts label, with 'Abraxas' due to drop on 2nd August.
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.
A new study has shown that over 3.7 million over 45s in Britain go raving at least once a week.
A protest rave is taking place in Berlin this Saturday (25th May) to rally against planned extensions of the city’s A100 highway.
According to the organisers, activist group Aktionsbündnis A100 stoppen, continued plans for the A100’s extension through Treptow, Friedrichshain and Lichtenberg threaten several popular local cubs including ://about blank, FIPS, Osthafen, Polygon, Else and Wilde Renate.
The official soundtrack for forthcoming UK rave culture film 'Beats' is available to stream now.
Produced by Steven Soderbergh and directed by Brian Welsh (whose previous credits include 'Black Mirror'), the film is set in Scotland during the summer of 1994 and follows a pair of friends as they get to grips with the free party scene of the time before they separate as adulthood awaits. In the process, the film's writers Brian Welsh and Kieran Hurley offer a gripping look back to early days of the UK's rave scene.