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Quarantune 02: Last Entry 3am is a 100-page memoir of club culture

It features DJs documenting their clubbing memories

  • Gemma Ross
  • 10 May 2021
Quarantune 02: Last Entry 3am is a 100-page memoir of club culture

The second instalment of the Quarantune series, Quarantune 02: Last Entry 3am documenting decades of dancefloor memories from a behind-the-booth perspective has been released.

The 100-page photobook dropped via the music blog Quarantune, a platform that highlights club culture from around the world through photography, features and interviews.

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The book, which comes after their first edition: Quarantune 01: Music, Memories, and More released in December 2020, recounts club stories from DJs across the globe, as well as memoirs from journalists and photographers.

50 artists are featured in this edition, including Anetha, Annabel Ross, DEBONAIR, Heléna Star, Ireen Amnes, Jyoty, Rebekah, Sally C and Kikelomo.

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The book was curated by DJ and journalist Niamh O’Connor, who wanted to mark the changing times since the release of Quarantune’s last edition. She said: “I wanted to create a tangible glimpse of [artists] work before I refresh and rename Quarantune later this year.

"The book is not only about showcasing multifaceted talents in music but also celebrating the photographers responsible for documenting these snapshots in time. We’re so thankful to everyone who contributed their art and helped get this project over the line.”

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With every purchase of the book, 50% of the profits will go toward The Scoop Foundation - funding their campaign ‘SCOOP Ed’ which helps young refugees from Ireland to Iraq in their education, with a particular focus on teaching music production.

O’Connor said on the book: “This edition shines a light on both emerging and established talents and grassroots communities in dance music. I love discovering more about the people responsible for cultivating dance music and diverse scenes worldwide.”

The limited-edition photobook is available to buy here.

Gemma Ross is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter

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