Pics or it didn’t happen: how photographers are capturing nightlife
We caught up with three photographers in London, Barcelona and New York to talk about the importance of documenting and preserving the essence of nightlife
“I feel like I’m living rather than existing”: how accessibility changes can enhance live events
Two leading disability rights activists share advice for venues on how to create an equitable and inclusive culture for disabled fans
Designing for difference: how live events are adapting for neurodiverse fans
With up to 15% of the UK’s population thought to be neurodiverse, it’s vital that promoters and venues find ways to make going out more accessible – we caught up with those in the community leading the charge
How The Pickle Factory became east London's favourite neighbourhood club
Two of the team members behind The Pickle Factory talk east London, dance music trends and what sets the venue apart
Meet Amy Oldham, DICE's VP of Content for Europe with plenty of industry tales to tell
Discover how she turned her love of live music into a career.
Thinking queerly: talking safe spaces with Kremwerk
The booking team behind Seattle’s queer mecca Kremwerk talk safe spaces and what you can do to create inclusivity.
Sid the Cat: how LA’s best indie music promoter stays consistent
We caught up with Brandon, Sean, and Kyle from Sid the Cat to talk about what makes a great show, community spirit and why consistency is key.
Live In Dallas are the music management duo that treat their artists like family
Based in Barcelona, Miguel Robres and Fernando Yáñez have built a gifted roster, and helped keep the Spanish indie scene alive during lockdown.
Venue boss Jake Farey talks passion, survival and what makes a perfect space
With over a decade of industry experience, the man behind Peckham Audio, Bermondsey Social and Desertfest tells his story.
An interview with Antoine Bisou, the man behind France’s most unique parties
The boss of microqlima records tells us about his move to live streaming, and why he'll always stay independent.