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Now that the world seems to be opening up again, we at BROTHER have been keeping our eyes peeled for some exhibitions we want to put our mits all over and we think we found one: Electronic at The Design Museum. A whole experience dedicated to dance music and the rave scene? You can definitely count us in.

Running until February 14th, 2021, the exhibition is a celebration of dance club culture. Considering we’ve largely been without it since March, it could not come at a better time. A deep dive into electronic music from Kraftwerk to Chemical Brothers, it’s more an experience than an exhibition, taking us down sweaty memory corridors we never thought we’d miss quite this much.

In short? Those of us who are really missing the club scene, get your tickets fast. It might be the closest you’re going to get in  a while.

All images credit: owned by The Design Museum. 

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Brother started life out as a market stall with one belief. Universal style. One collection, one vision. Not for him, not for her; for everyone. A totally genderless lifestyle brand fusing fashion, music and culture, we were born.

From Netil Market, to Club Brother to online, we’re consistently growing in a good way. We believe in challenging stereotypes, heralding the individual and blurring the lines between music, fashion and subculture.

Brother: A universal brand for universal people.



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