A new photobook captures the Haçienda at its prime.
Published via IDEA, photographer Peter J Walsh's Rave One! is a journey via various photos taken within the walls of the legendary Manchester venue between 1982 until its closure in 1997. The infamous nightclub is considered by many as the birthplace of acid house, and Walsh captured the club at the peak of its popularity, before the police cracked down on the venue.
Music and photoblog Quarantune has released the second instalment of its photobook series, documenting DJ and nightlife memories.
Following on from the now sold-out Quarantune 01: Music, Memories and More, Quarantune 02: Last Entry 3am is a 100-page, limited edition snapshot of DJ culture, featuring the likes of DEBONAIR, Heléna Star, Jyoty and more.
Wu-Tang Clan have revealed details of a brand new photobook.
Legendary hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan have announced plans for a new, exclusive photobook titled Wu-Tang Clan: Legacy, which the outfit are calling “the biggest and rarest book in the history of hip-hop”.
A new book featuring photos of '80s Ibiza has been published.
Titled Ibiza ‘89, the new book captures the spirit of nightlife in the White Isle’s golden age, after Time Out's former nightlife editor, Dave Swindells, spent a week on the island.
Featuring images shot at Ku, Amnesia, Pacha, and Cafe del Mar, the photobook features over 100 photos from Ibiza during its time of peak hedonism, with some famous faces enjoying the clubs, including Culture Club frontman, Boy George.
A new photo book documents the 1990s Berlin techno scene.