This one is for you rave junkies out there. It might not be readily apparent today, but in the not-so-distant past, raves were something that took place out of the eye of the public, underground. Have you ever wondered exactly how the rave scene jumped from its subterranean beginnings to its very public position of today? Never before has that history been so intimately or thoroughly compiled as it is in "The Raver Stories Project," a new book that is now available to order on Amazon. The book is an assembly of different firsthand accounts compiled and edited by dance music photojournalist Michael Tullberg, so it's sure to be a good read. The variety of different stories in the book should be as eclectic and wide as the rave scene is itself—from the iconic Electric Daisy Festival to the VIP room at Ministry of Sound London to the desert waste of Burning Man. You can definitely catch us poolside this summer with a copy of "The Raver Stories Project" in hand, and we hope it makes it onto your reading list as well!