A selection of images from Molly Macindoe's recently published book, 'Out of Order,' appears in The Guardian newspaper. Here's the introduction to the first image (not the one above):
In the summer of 1997, Molly Macindoe was taken to her first rave with a friend connected to the Crossbones sound system. Immediately hooked, she spent the next decade documenting the leading exponents of the free party scene and their network of friends as they travelled around scouring cities for derelict buildings to turn into spontaneous raves lasting for days. One rave in this Hackney building lasted for 13 weeks.