It's taken less than eight months for Control to make the poll, but it's no shock. More like a NASA space station than a club, its two arenas, seven bars and mezzanines — spread over 25,000 square feet — are wired with some of the most cutting-edge engineering known to clubland.
Home of the first-ever Geodome, a giant overhead vault with hexagonal video mapping, LED walls and wild visuals, it's dressed head-to-toe with Funktion One technology, while its many steel walkways and upper levels make for the clubbing equivalent of Quasar.
Catering for everyone from big room junkies to underground nuts, Jamie Jones, Nervo and Mistajam have all been booked for the first part of 2014. Leed's Control — the work of Jim Albentosa, who also owns The Warehouse — is a superclub in the truest sense.