We mentioned the bubbling of a re-emerging rave culture before - now the New York Times picks up on the UK scene.

We mentioned the bubbling of a re-emerging rave culture before – now the New York Times picks up on the UK scene. They say:

if you happen to be in London these days, there are signs that something like rave is stirring again. “The first time around, rave really seeped into the mainstream,” said Carri Mundane, 26, a designer who was a child during the first rave scene but kept the fliers amassed by her older brother. “The music was in the charts, and everything just became a little bit more psychedelic.”

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