Anna Codrea-Rado is THUMP's News Editor. She also writes features about nightlife culture, with a particular interest in drugs and harm reduction.
Everything You Need to Know About Ketamine
A doctor explains what ketamine is, why people use it to party, and how to be safe while taking it.
When Drugs Fuck You Up Forever
Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder is a condition that can leave drug users experiencing hallucinations for the rest of their lives.
Stop Calling Ecstasy-Related Deaths Overdoses
Inaccurate terminology and reporting can actually be dangerous.
THE LOOKING GLASS ISSUE
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Microdosing
In the first installment of THUMP's new column on drugs and nightlife, they spoke to an expert about the benefits of taking tiny quantities of acid.
Never Forget These 10 Clubs That We Lost in 2016
From Dance Tunnel and Space to the Paradox, here are ten club closures that stung the most.
The xx Announce New Album and Share Track, “On Hold”
The band’s third album, ‘I See You’ will be out on January 13 on Young Turks.
Boiler Room Weekender Attendees and Performers Accuse Police and Security of Racially Targeted, Heavy-Handed Tactics
Festival attendees spoke out against the actions taken by law enforcement and Split Rock Resort staff.
Depeche Mode Announce New Album Produced by Simian Mobile Disco’s James Ford
The influential British electronic band will also tour next year in support of “Spirit.”
Iconic London Club Fabric to Permanently Close After Losing Its License
At a hearing in London local authorities revoked the 17-year-old venue’s license following two drug-related deaths.
SFX Isn't Selling Beatport After All
The restructuring of the webstore "dramatically improved its profitability" so SFX has decided to hang on to it.
Check Out These Amazing Photos of a Record Store Made Out of Lego
Illustrator and artist Chris Cooper modeled Brick Town Records on one of his favorite stores in Los Angeles.
The Little Known Story of Pulse, an Orlando Nightclub Founded on Love
Club patrons and nonprofits partners shared their stories about a venue that touched so many people.