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Castlemorton 1992: photographing the Illegal rave that changed UK dance music forever

2022 marks the 30th anniversary of the biggest and the most infamous illegal rave that ever took place: Castlemorton – a week-long, 20,000-person party deemed so anarchistic that it shook Middle England to its core. Here, photographer Alan Lodge tells his story of capturing a week changed UK dance music forever

It started on a particularly sunny bank holiday weekend, on the 22nd May 1992. A ramshackle convoy of vehicles, which served as the rag-tag homes...

New research from the University of Kent "has identified prosocial behaviours and bonding amongst people who attend raves"

Raving and psychedelics create “meaningful social bonds”, a new study has found.

In new findings published in Frontiers in Psychology, as part of a research paper...

1,000 people were asked the question...

Almost two thirds of people who "party or used to party" believe you're never too old to stop raving, a new survey has found.

Surveying...

Cox, Joseph Capriati and Pleasurekraft are all set for San Francisco's Midway...

Carl Cox has locked the first names for his Burning Man fundraising rave.

Set for San Francisco's Midway on 22nd March, the event - which...

Prepare to get nostalgic...

A website offers the chance to delve into a "living history" of the mid '90s rave scene.

Rave Archive is a dedicated online hub that...

Over half of Brits experience goosebumps during live entertainment, and those that do are higher achievers, according to a new scientific study ...

People who experience goosebumps during live entertainment form stronger relationships, are higher achievers and are happier and healthier than those that don’t, according to a...

We've been saying it for ages... 

Raving helps you live longer, a study has claimed, backing up DJ Mag's entire outlook on everything. It comes just month's after research by Deakin...

Brought to you by the bastions of science and logic, Currys PC World...

A new study which has been conducted by Currys PC World reckons you are too old to go clubbing when you're 37.

37 percent of...