70% of ravers hate phones on the dancefloor according to a new study, confirming what we all knew anyway.
According to ComRes research commissioned by Eventbrite, the vast majority of British adults find it irritating when other people are taking pictures or recording videos during live performances. 69% would support 'more than minimal action' to minimise the disruption devices cause.
Anyone would think it was Christmas, what with the current vibe— mayhem, chaos and hopes pinned on wish-list dreams. Brexit aside, here are the top 30 UK club events for the last time this year.
Charitable venue The Cause has an incredible offering to kick London off— Skee Mask's album is one of 2018's best, he's playing with our recent interviewee Bruce and Manchester one-to-watch Afrodeutsch.
Brickworks is a new 8,000sq ft club in Manchester, which will officially open on Friday 30th November with a Tribal Sessions & Haus22 party headlined by Neapolitan techno type, Deborah De Luca.
The two-roomed space boasts vaulted ceilings and archways, and sits beneath one of the city's most historic Victorian shopping destinations, the Grade II-listed Barton Arcade.
These are the top UK club events in November 2018. And they're very strong indeed.
London sees Loose Lips on top with mind-blowing future-first stuff via labels UVB 76 and Voitax— Pessimist, Makaton, Cressida b2b Paàl all on the bill.
If there were arguments as to whether the UK’s regional cities were undergoing an electronic renaissance then this month settles it.
Fabric is set to relaunch Room Three with a huge new soundsystem, it has been confirmed.
The warmer months are about to become distant memories, but despite HBO recently unveiling the new 'Game of Thrones' teaser we're not quite ready to say "winter is coming", with a handful of outdoor sessions still inbound.
Not least the beloved Field Maneuvers, FLY Open Air, Mint Festival at a brand new location, experimental newcomer Cosmic Roots (with De School resident Elias Mazian amongst others), the first ever Diynamic Festival and upmarket Festival No.6's final instalment for the foreseeable future.
Canal Mills is being forced to close due to property development, with the final session set to take place on New Year's Day 2019.
The venue in Leeds, West Yorkshire, opened six years ago and quickly earned a reputation for big names and big production in an 18th Century industrial building. Alan Fitzpatrick, Bicep, DJ Hype, Artwork and Todd Terje are amongst those appearing in the final autumn-winter run, with Hot Chip's Alexis Taylor playing a Prince set on 1st December with disco legend Nicky Siano also on the bill.
In:Motion has confirmed its Autumn line-ups, opening with 24-hours of music spread over the course of one weekend.
The ninth season of the Bristol series kicks off on Friday 28th September at Motion, with a focus on beats, breaks and bass music featuring David Rodigan, DJ Zinc, Redlight, Friction, Macky Gee and Uncle Dugs.
Saturday 29th September then involves an impressive list of house and techno names including Amelie Lens, Jackmaster, Floating Points, Midland, Joy Orbison and Blawan. A new courtyard will be open from 3PM, with sets running through until 7AM.
The nights might be creeping in but that doesn't mean summer is anywhere near over, as the Top 30 UK events in August 2018 go to show.