Marco Carola's party Music On has locked in another London date this month at Electric Brixton.
Having already rocked Electric Brixton earlier this month and just last week, the techno don returns to the capital once again for the the final date this Friday (April 21st) where Carola will be joined by Neverdogs.
Speaking about playing London for the third time in a month, Carola said: "London has always been the kingdom of music. Playing here is always a challenge for me."
12 people have been burned by a “noxious substance” while attending London nightclub Mangle E8 in the early hours of this morning (Monday 17th April).
The nightclub was evacuated and London Fire Brigade and London Ambulance services were called to the scene, when patrons came into contact with an acidic substance inside the venue.
Studio 338 has announced it will reopen in June with an all-new garden setting on the club’s original Greenwich site.
The much-loved London club suffered extensive damage in August 2016 thanks to a fire that saw 70 firefighters from London Fire Brigade attend the venue on Tunnel Avenue, and resulted in the tragic death of a Studio 338 staff member as he tried to dampen flames on the club's roof.
Marco Carola has announced he'll be bringing his famed Music On party to London's Electric Brixton for three dates this April.
The techno don will return to London on Friday 7th April, then the following Friday (April 14th) and then again on April 21st.
Line-ups have still to be fully unveiled but you can expect the likes of Paco Osuna, Marco Faraone, Neverdogs and more to be announced in the coming weeks.
London's 51st State Festival has announced this year's line-up with Masters At Work, Derrick Carter and Todd Terry all leading the charge.
The festival has booked over 70 artists spanning the worlds of house, techno, disco, dubstep and UK garage for the one-day festival on Saturday 5th August at London's Trent Country Park.
Elsewhere, the festival has secured performances from Dimitri From Paris, disco icon Evelyn "Champagne" King, Barbara Tucker, DJ Sneak, Norman Jay MBE, The Basement Boys, Ultra Naté and many more.
London is getting a new arts and music space courtesy of the London College of Creative Media that’s expected to open this September.
Their will be a new 200-capacity venue, dubbed The Music Box, housed in the building's basement which is located on London's Southbank.
The main purpose of the new space will be for study, practice and performance for LCCM students, but the organisers have said they will also host three gigs and club nights per week, which will be open to the general public.
Let's Go Swimming welcomes OCTO CHAMP to their fast expanding fold, for the fourth release on the flourishing London-based imprint.
'Not Quite Here Yet' is an impressive four-tracker of dreamy disco and melodic house, and we're premiering one of the track's from the EP, titled 'Rent', right here, right now.
Pick it up on wax or in a digital format via the Let's Go Swimming site.
DJ Harvey will play an exclusive four-date residency at London's Ministry of Sound kicking off on Saturday 8th April.
Subsequent dates will follow seasonally throughout the year — with dates in summer, autumn and winter – forming Harvey’s exclusive UK DJ dates for 2017.
At each gig Harvey will not only be playing all night long in The Box, but will be curating the line-up for the entire club and providing guest DJs to compliment his creative approach.
The UK government has released a new whitepaper focused on fixing the country’s current housing crisis, and buried away in the annex is a spot of good news for music lovers.
London welcomed a new chapter in its clubbing history when Printworks opened last weekend.
The monstrous new multi-room, multi-purpose venue in Canada Water saw Seth Troxler b2b The Martinez Brothers b2b Loco Dice play Printworks’ 2,500-capacity main room at its inaugural party on Saturday 4th February, but it was the wider meaning of London’s new mega venue opening that was more exciting for the London club scene.