Rex Club is a Paris institution. Founded by famous French DJ, Laurent Garnier back in the early ‘90s, you’d be hard-pressed to find a Parisian club kid — or even a European house and techno head — who hasn’t spent a night at the Rex. The home of high profile residents including Dyed Soundorom, D'Julz and Ivan Smagghe, Rex Club has always had its finger planted firmly on the pulse thanks to its ubiquitous founder and his two-decade-long career.
Fan of Garnier or not, Rex Club is the place to be for local and international big name bookings — there’s everything from stadium techno to shuffle house on the Rex’s dynamic bill — with upcoming shows from Detroit legend Derrick May plus Acumen’s label Time Has Changed, as well as the five-year anniversary of epic French party series and record label, My Love is Underground.
Layout wise the club is minimal and chic — we’d expect nothing less from the Rex Club’s central Paris location — with banks of speakers nestling in the ceiling and along the dancefloor space, that stretches the length of the club from booth to bar. Say no more, if you’re in Paris, a night at the Rex is essential.