RAVE AGAINST THE MACHINE

In 1994 Rave split in two directions:  the clean and the dirty.  Illegal raves were shut down under the eery Criminal Justice Act, with the threat of sound systems being imprisoned, and organisers of parties being marched off equally quietly.  The new dawn of sanitisation came with the nation inventing tax-happy alcopops; rave went safely indoors, away from pagan sunrises, into a world of government … Continue reading RAVE AGAINST THE MACHINE