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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

Video artist Rebecca Salvadori presents her most recent films documenting and exploring contemporary rave culture: Final Sheffield, Inside Fold, and Desert Rave. The three films that make up Rave Trilogy were live-streamed on No Bounds Festival's Facebook page and are now available to view online – see below.

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Folk Train

A surreal combination of folk bands, music lovers, alcohol and regular commuters on a packed and ageing Northern Rail carriage, with a Peak District pub as the destination.

Record Junkee

A music shop and record store near Sheffield’s Moor Market, and also home to a 150 capacity venue and bar. They’re inspired by the inclusive ethos that bred the best acts from the city’s past – from original bassline to post-punk and back again.

Cafe Totem

From sweaty gigs in their basement to club nights that take in everything from cheesy pop to classic rock, Cafe Totem is a hub of musical activity. Their busy schedule of events includes an array of emerging touring artists and homegrown talent.

Picturing Sheffield: Views of a City

Explore three of the city's lost landmarks – the divisive 'Egg Box', the beloved Tinsley Towers, and the iconic Kelvin Flats – in this trio of films created by Museums Sheffield.