Love them or hate them, mobile phones have become an inescapable part of modern day clubbing. After Annie Mac brought the topic up in an interview by saying mobile phones are ruining the clubbing experience, clubland is once again embroiled in a raging debate as to whether it's acceptable to use your phones on a dancefloor.
We all know the types, people with their flash pointed in the sky towards the DJ, Snapchat hungry dancers filming every second and people grabbing track ids with Shazam on the sly (sorry).
But what if there was a world without phones in the rave. You know, like the 90s. What if 2018 was like that, no phones, no worries, just music. Well dream no more as we've conjured up a world where that's a reality (kind of).
This is what raves look like without mobile phones, and to be honest, we like it.
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