Druglink article 2014 – Ten and you’re out: Dance culture by Peggy Whitfield

Ever more restrictive club regulations has seen a return of unlicensed raves..

Illegal raves and free parties have been a ubiquitous part of British life since the late ‘80s. Free parties were born out of the acid house musical movement and the so-called second “summer of love” in 1988, coupled with the explosion of MDMA as a recreational drug, free parties could be found in all corners of the British Isles…

Ten and you’re out: Dance culture (PDF)