Photographer Vinca Petersen recounts how the free party scene became a vehicle for civil disobedience and defiance of authority.
A new video released to mark the return of Homobloc aims to reaffirm the importance of queer solidarity and community.
In our latest film series, we meet organisers that are pivoting during the pandemic and finding novel ways to take action.
There’s a thriving rave community in any major UK city, and photographer Aiyush Pachnanda spent three years documenting Cardiff’s from the inside.
At 15, Simon Burstall made two discoveries that would change him forever: photography and raves.
From 1990 to 1995, Tree Carr roamed the country documenting her psychedelic adventures on a disposable camera.
Kings Cross has a proud record of political resistance. While its past is a complicated one, the progressive spirit remains – you just have to know where to look.
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.
This week, the Tate Modern is celebrating the aesthetics of the country’s rave scene, with an evening of films focused on the movement‘s key figures.
A new documentary explores the rise of acid house culture in northern England; drawing parallels between Thatcher’s Britain and the Tory-inflicted austerity of today.
Partying for free and getting smashed in a field was a rite of passage in 1990s Britain. Then the police came in and tried to spoil the fun – but people are still raving.
theprintspace photo lab and youth culture picture agency PYMCA collaborate on Lost in Music, the most comprehensive exhibition of club and dance culture images ever.