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An observation of clubbing culture from the creators of the Devil's Dandruff - Guardian Guide column. This book is a study of the varied species that inhabit British nightlife culture. From Venue Owner to DJ Agent to Hot Dog Merchant to Cloakroom Girl, the infamous characters on the clubbing scene are displayed in all their glory.
DEVIL'S DANDRUFF is written by Neil Boorman and Daniel Pemberton. Neil Boorman, as well as being the founding promoter of infamous East London club 333, gained notoriety as the publisher of influential fanzine Shoreditch Twat and later as the editor of style and culture magazine Sleaze Nation. He is the publisher of London's newest and most stylish magazine, Good for Nothing. Daniel Pemberton, the former nightlife editor of i-D, writes for The Idler, Wired, and the Daily Telegraph, and is also a composer and DJ. Illustrator Elliot Thoburn has been producing iconic flyer artwork for 333 for three years and is a regular contributor to Loaded the Guardian and FHM.