Lost In Music Charts Over Three Decades Of Club Photography

A journey from acid house to grime via drum & bass, trance and everything in between.

These amazing photos show how dancefloors have changed through the ages

Lost In Music is an amazing traveling photography exhibition that displays a huge collection of jaw-dropping photos from clubbing culture. Selected from over 50,000 applicants, the exhibition acts as a visual timeline from acid house to grime via trance, drum and bass and everything in between.

Including submissions from renowned photographers such as Dean Chalkley, Elaine Constantine, Dave Swindles, Jocelyn Bain Hogg and many more. Some of the subjects in the above gallery will be more than familiar to you with Fatboy Slim, Paul Oakenfold, Frankie Knuckles and David Morales making appearances.

The exhibition will be touring the country beginning in East London next month and will be the subject of a new film from photography documentary crew, Full Bleed.

You can watch the trailer for the film above and find more of their films at the Full Bleed YouTube Channel.

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Written by Matthew Francey

29 Jan 2016