Category Clubs

South London Soul Train, Bussey Building, 5 January 2013

Down an alleyway, through a courtyard, up two flights of stairs in Peckham is a space in an old warehouse where people come from far and wide to blow off steam. Tonight the promise of soul has brought everyone, from art school hipsters and local Rastafarians to middle class mums who heard of the place […]

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Shake It!, Loft Studios, 2 July 2011

Shake it is the latest night from electronic geniuses Magda, Layo and Bushwacka. Loft Studios is an amazing venue and has an outdoor courtyard and a cool indoor loft space, which overlooks Kensal Green cemetery. The music is pumping dirty beats in the main room and carried on into the adjacent darker loft space, which […]

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DJs at The Lexington, 10 June 2011

After the bands pack up and the entry price is reduced to nothing, a different side of The Lexington emerges. Downstairs it’s retro rock, played loud enough to dance to, but largely ignored by this sophisticated middle-class crowd of young professionals. At this point, their focus is getting drunk and having shouted conversations. The playlist […]

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How Does It Feel To Be Loved?, Canterbury Arms, 4 March 2011

We’ve been to How Does It Feel’s Cavendish Square edition before, so there are certain things we know to expect tonight. The Cavendish Square venue (The Phoenix) is an elegant basement with textured wallpaper, a decent-sized dancefloor and a well-stocked, if slightly expensive, bar. How Does It Feel’s DJs play “indie pop, northern soul, Tamla […]

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