Cyber gang led by former rave promoter dubbed the ‘Acid House King’ are facing years behind bars for plundering £1.25m
Tony Colston-Hayter, 48, formerly dubbed the Acid House King, is facing years in prison for masterminding a cyber gang which stole £1.25million from a Barclays branch in Swiss Cottage, North London.
Thatcher's War on Acid House
There was a time when plugging in a record player in an abandoned building brought a police response more appropriate to the assembly of a nuclear device. Whatever rattled the establishment about rave culture, in their own warped way they had a point...
Classic ‘90s rave culture movie Human Traffic is getting a sequel - Fact Magazine
The follow-up is being written by its original writer and director, Justin Kerrigan and BAFTA winning producer Sally Hibbin is also on board.