DjH Podcast: Session Victim

In this month’s podcast Session Victim, Hauke Freer and Matthias Reiling, reflect on Hamburg’s Mojo Club, the transcendental nature of DJing and which bass guitar they’d like to be buried with. » Listen

Normski shot the stars

Everybody knows Normski. » Read more

Clubbed: a visual history of UK club culture

The book features logos, posters, photography, stickers, tickets, menus, cover art, signage, lanyards, fonts and, yes, flyers from the last 35 years. The deluxe hardback features a dazzling collection of never-before-published materials and a specially commissioned editorial from Bill Brewster. The highly-produced cover features diamond dust mimicking a dark and ethereal club environment. » Buy

Judy Weinstein made dance music count

Judy Weinstein more or less invented the workings of dance music as we know them. She’s a powerhouse of the New York dance industry, a fixture behind the scenes since the days of disco. » Read more

NORMSKI: Man with the Golden Shutter

Normski was a vital witness to the period known as the Golden Age of Rap, when big US artists like Run DMC, LL Cool J and Public Enemy started to play in the UK. » Buy

DjH Podcast: Zakia Sewell

Zakia Sewell is a club DJ, NTS radio presenter at NTS, but also a radio documentary producer, with shows ranging from the Sabar drummers of Senegal to the history of UKG. We chat with her about her start at Honest Jon’s, how you define taste and how to stay connected to your DJ roots.  » Listen

Can't Stop Won't Stop

Can't Stop Won't Stop is a powerful cultural and social history of the end of the American century, and a provocative look into the new world that the hip-hop generation created. » Buy

Norman Jay has his groove rare

A history of London clubs through the lens of Norman Jay’s life.  » Read more

Ibiza '89

Dave Swindells’ images of Ibiza in 1989, which express the joy, freedom and wonder of 80s ravers. » Buy



Every month Bill Brewster delves deep with the biggest names in dance music.