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French queer party promoters La Toilette have been the subject of criticism after going ahead with a party at a refugee squat last weekend. The Parisian squat is home to 225 refugees mostly made up of families with young children. Punters paid €26 each for tickets to the unlicensed event but had no idea what they would […]

A Keith Flint memorial has been unveiled in Hackney. The mural, which sees the late Prodigy frontman depicted mid-performance, has been created to mark World Suicide Prevention Day 2021. Street artist Akse worked on the tribute in partnership with the music and mental wellbeing festival Headstock. The pair have previously collaborated to create a mural of Joy Division’s Ian Curtis for World Mental Health Day […]

A new documentary is exploring Newcastle’s 1990s illegal rave scene. The Kick, The Snare, The Hat & A Clap directed by Susie Davies, looks back at Newcastle’s 1990s free party and warehouse scene. The film pays particular focus to events that took place on Ouseburn Valley, an area on the city’s eastern outskirts, that have seen significant change and […]

Early 2000s Ibiza is the party scene Brits want to revisit most, according to a new poll. Gathering data from 41,814 music fans, the survey found that four in 10 felt nostalgic for the Balearic island’s club culture in the noughties. Ibiza at the turn of the millennium came above 1980s rave/acid house (26%) and 1990s jungle and drum ’n’ bass (21%). The poll was […]

Radiohead are releasing a new record of unreleased tracks, and some reissues of old favourites. Releasing the new triple LP in autumn this year, both ‘Kid A’ and ‘Amnesiac’ will both arrive on ‘KID A MNESIA’ along with ‘Kid Amnesiae’ featuring some unheard songs recorded around the same time as the classic records. Radiohead teamed up […]

Jimmy Brown, UB40’s drummer, claims that MI5 were closely monitoring the band for fears that they were planning a socialist revolution. Speaking to The Guardian, members of the band opened up about the political side of their career, Brown saying: “MI5 were tapping our phones, watching our houses. All sorts. “We thought, ‘Haven’t they got criminals […]

The CEO of Iterable, the $2 billion email marketing startup, has claimed that he was fired after using LSD during work hours. Justin Zhu claimed that he was let go after microdosing LSD in order to improve his focus before a meeting in 2019. According to Bloomberg, co-founder Andrew Boni announced Zhu’s firing over email last […]

Ibiza will be on the UK’s green travel list by the “end of June”. A ‘traffic light’ system will determine which countries are safe to travel to this summer and The Mirror reports that Spain will be on the green list in under two months. The traffic light system is due to be unveiled shortly in order […]

A vote in favour of Berlin clubs becoming cultural institutions opposed to entertainment sites was passed by an overwhelming majority yesterday, May 5, by the Berlin Building, Housing and Urban Development committee. The vote will be taken to the federal government tomorrow, May 7, for final consent. If the new law is passed, clubs will […]

A new study shows that 26% of UK festivals with a capacity above 5,000 have been cancelled this year due to a lack of government-backed insurance amid the pandemic. The UK government have so far failed to provide insurance for large scale events, meaning many are now uncertain over their future with the pandemic still […]