Around the world, LGBTQ+ bars are closing. In a new book, writer Jeremy Atherton Lin reclaims these institutions from the rubble by tracing their legacy as spaces of solidarity and sexual expression.
Photographer Janine Wiedel remembers visiting the UK's major ferry port in 1989, where she immersed herself in a world that often felt frozen in time.
Photographer Maripol reflects on NYC's vibrant downtown club scene, where she shot everyone from Debbie Harry, to Grace Jones, to Madonna and Sade.
In our latest film series, we meet organisers that are pivoting during the pandemic and finding novel ways to take action.
Photographer Libuše Jarcovjáková spent years capturing Prague’s underground party scene, exposing a new perspective on life behind the iron curtain.
While E&C has played a pivotal role in London’s dance music and club scene, its contribution is often overlooked. Why?
In the new film Beats, director Brian Welsh travels back to 1990s Aberdeen to tell the story of rave culture – why it mattered, and how it got torn apart.
Despite most clubs in the city being whitewashed and shuttered with harsher licenses, a host of rebel collectives are fighting back.
In the past year alone, 79 hotels were given the go-ahead for construction – often at the expense of cultural spaces. We speak to the people fighting back.
London’s declining traditional venues are surviving by providing a home for threatened alternative nightlife, from live music to LGBTQ parties.
Despite an onslaught of club closures, and an uncertain future, people are still throwing their weight behind London nightlife.
He was a veteran of the Madchester scene in the '80s, now, in his new book Life After Dark, iconic DJ Dave Haslam is looking back to where our clubbing habits started.