‘Underground’ Collective

‘Underground’ Collective
Innovation

London’s been experiencing quite a few ‘underground’ social events recently. The summer of 2004 was especially a highlight. There’s always been The Circle Line party, and then there was the...

Guy Brighton
  • 20 november 2004

London’s been experiencing quite a few ‘underground’ social events recently.  The summer of 2004 was especially a highlight.  There’s always been The Circle Line party, and then there was the ‘Join Me’ collective roaming the streets helping the needy all for the cause of doing a good deed. Then we have the Damp Assassins project – a collective of people using video messaging to allocate their next victim of water pistol rage in the Summer sun.  More recently we have seen the introduction of Pillow Fight London having happen just last month outside of St Paul’s Cathedral.  But the one that seems to be getting the most attention of late is Mobile Clubbing.

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