Thatcher's War on Acid House | VICE United States

Thatcher's War on Acid House

Rave  Acid House UK NME

A Brief History of the Smiley Face, Rave Culture's Most Ubiquitous Symbol

Rave At The Cave flyer, c. late 80s One of the early Acid House nights in South London. It was soon closed by the police as part of Operatio...

Rave At The Cave flyer, c. late One of the early Acid House nights in South London. It was soon closed by the police as part of Operation Dica (acid spelt backwards) Further info HERE

Thatcher's War on Acid House | VICE United States

Thatcher's War on Acid House

1988 An acid house party was a type of illegal party typically staged in warehouses in 1987-89. In the UK, the most famous illegal party promoters were Genesis'88, Sunrise,  Due to the association of illegal party drugs such as MDMA (ecstasy)  law enforcement attention has been directed at the rave scene in many countries.Energy. Eventually the acid house parties morphed into the modern rave scene

Thatcher's War on Acid House

Acid House Fashion

Acid House Youth Culture Photos by PYMCA - Vintage By Hemingway Celebrating 5 Decades of British Cool

I-D Magazine - December 1987 - Acid House Fever    scizims:

“i-D Magazine:The Happy Issue, December 1987 / January 1988 Iconic cover design, pre-empting the Second Summer of Love of 1988 and the explosion of Acid House ”

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