death of London nightlife
How the multigenre group turned the sound of London's changing club scene into an effervescent album.
How do you react when half of a city's clubs close within a decade?
If the capital's club culture is doomed to die, it won't go down without a fight—or, in this case, a marching rave that we attended in London.
If all we're going to have left are cafes, new-build housing developments and shopping complexes, we may as well turn those into the next super-club.
I spent the night riding the new 24-hour Tube and found London's community spirit hiding in its carriages.
We spoke to photographer Adam Friedman, who took club photos in the days before everyone with a phone could take a good photo.
Why has Hackney said that new nightclubs are "not considered appropriate"?
The Joiners Arms is closing down this time next week. To celebrate its 18 years of flying the rainbow flag, we photographed some of the London venue's best-dressed regulars.