Catch Nadia Rose, Bossman Birdie and More at Our London Party This Weekend
A doc introduced by Big Narstie, karaoke hosted by Julie Adenuga and DJ sets from Blue Daisy will also take over the Rooftop at Ace Hotel.
Noisey UK Staff
Could Magic Mushrooms Bring About a Rural Raving Revival?
It's easy to forget that the rural raves of old were powered by a distinctly fungal fuel.
Have 20 Years of Leeds' Unity Day Free Party Actually Brought Anyone Together?
After some unrest – and the burning down of a pub – in Leeds' Hyde Park 20 years ago, the community decided to start an annual event to prove that people there weren't so bad.
An Interview With My Uncle Gaz About Pills, Thrills and the Old Bill
"I remember parties of ours where the police put their blue lights on for us to add to the lighting effects."
We Asked 90s Ravers What They Think of Today's Illegal Party Scene
Do they think this is a bold new illegal rave movement our just the next generation copying them?
Britain at Night
LOCKED OFF: Can Partying in a Field Ever Count as Political Resistance?
Is there anything more we can learn from Britain's illegal rave scene, or is it just another generation of kids taking drugs and dancing?
We Spoke to the Ravers Who Battled Police in a Field in Lincolnshire Last Weekend
There is a real anger in the UKTek community after unreported aggressive action from the law.
The Beginning of the End for Britain's Illegal Raves: Remembering the 'Battle of the Beanfield'
Thirty years ago today, a convoy of new-age travellers – including men, women and children – on their way to a free party at Stonehenge were savagely beaten by 1,200 cops.
Frankie Mullin, Photos: Alan Lodge
How UK Ravers Raged Against the Ban
The 1994 Criminal Justice Act is responsible for the club culture we know today.
Frankie Mullin, Photos: Matthew Smith
Photographing the UK's Free Party Raving Crew
Molly Macindoe spent the late 90s with her camera at raves.
Photos: Molly Macindoe, Words: Bruno Bayley
A Petition to Legalise Free Parties in the UK Has Almost Hit Its Target
I spoke to the teen who's trying to overturn the anti-rave act.
Swiss Lips Are Throwing a Month-Long Party and You're Invited
Oh, and it's all free and you can bring your own booze.