Clubs and alternative nightlife have been subject to a numerous amount of threats over the past years, may it be gentrification and the urge for spaces, socio-cultural pressure (for instance in Tbilisi) or on a […]
David Wouters and Anders Marc of Fast Forward reflect on Copenhagen’s techno scene
Photo: Kunstfort bij Vijfhuizen by Simon Trel The concrete bunker of UNESCO world heritage Kunstfort bij Vijfhuizen will be the outpost for an unusual and intimate event and exhibition taking place on the 19th of […]
In club De School, I see Nicole standing in front of the DJ booth in the basement, dancing like it’s her last evening. She’s 50 years old, but nonetheless the person who’s raving the hardest. […]
Joining forces, Moreno and Evgenia breathe new life to dance performance
Dorus van Lieshout on transforming festivals
IGNOTA is playing in Russia’s most underground clubs, performing in Berlin and Eastern Europe for the first time and taking people on a ritualistic adventure with his dark ambient music at Club Basis, Intercell and illegal raves in Amsterdam. We meet up to talk about darkness, his music and its relation to psychology, emotion and social welfare.
With increased control and fading privacy, the underground rave scene is suffering all over the world. With the help of blockchain, organizations Omsk Social Club and !Mediengruppe Bitnik are reviving the underground rave scene with a new form of rave: the crypto-rave. Cadence Culture speaks with Omsk Social Club, about this new rave-revival.