We’ve picked out a few of our favourite Boiler Room sets to celebrate their SS22 collection.
Boiler Room are better known for capturing dancefloor moments rather than designing clobber but their latest collection ‘Utopia’ demonstrates that they can do both.
Its is an evolution from the sort of merch they were previously known for, boasting interesting experimentation with textures, prints and graphics. Unsuprisingly the visual langugae references rave, but its done in a way that feels futurist rather than nostalgic.
What really establishes Boiler Room as a serious contender in the rave wear market is the consideration for fits and fabric. Everything from the tees to the trousers are custom made with comfort in the dance in mind and at a price point that won’t break the bank. As referenced in the accompanying shoot, the spiritual home of the collection will be in the green fields of festivals this summer.
To celebrate the collection we’ve linked a few of our favourite Boiler Room sets below.
A recent hour of groovers from Butter Side Up resident and Manchester native Matthew Neequaye
King Krule sprays bars over some of his own leftfield beats under his rap alias, a rare gem.
A glimpse inside The White Hotel and an animated crowd fuelled by Peach’s wicked selection.
Mala serves a potent dose of the classic dubstep sound.
Boiler Room’s recreation of the classic episode of Tony Wilson’s The other side of midnight
An hour of expertly mixed housey garage from the Hessle Audio bossman.