An Ode to the Pacemaker, the Failed Portable DJ Device That Never Made It
We dive into the past, present, and future of the 2007 gadget that's somewhere between a proto-smartphone and musical Tamagotchi.
Honey Dijon Is Not Here for All You Bros
"It can’t all just be: let’s do some pills and get some gak and go to a party and try and shag girls."
We Made a Dancefloor Dictionary So You Don't Have to Call Everything a Banger
You'll never struggle to describe music again!
This Is the Best Book You'll Read About Queer Nightlife This Year
Peter Ackroyd's 'Queer City' is a powerful reminder of the importance of pleasure.
Ketamine Is Actually the Least Fun Drug
So why is it becoming so popular in clubbing?
Here's Every Lame Dance Music Festival You'll Go to This Summer
From the swanky and the salubrious to the grim and grotty, here's every possible weekend you'll have between now and September.
[Premiere] What Happened When 30+ Strangers Were Asked to Dance for a Music Video
The music video for Portuguese producer and DJ Moullinex’s track, "Love Love Love," turns a casting call into a celebration of dance culture.
We Spoke to the Artist Carving Massive Ecstasy Pills Out of Limestone
Daniel Davis has been sculpting stone pingers since British rave's golden era.
Does It Matter That Nightlife for Queer Women in London Is Kinda Dead?
The LGBTQ clubs we have left are still primarily considered spaces for gay men—and that's not changing anytime soon.
When Did House Music Become So Cheeky?
The UK took a genre built on gospel and stuck it on a Money Supermarket advert.
Is Weed a Good Club Drug?
In this week's edition of Debate Club, we ask if pot is good for going out—or better suited for comedowns.
Dance Music Needs an Ed Sheeran
The megastars of EDM are untouchable, super-rich elites. We need an everyman.