Owned by Layo and Mr C, there are few clubs that receive as much impassioned care and informed attention as The End, and its burrowed subterranean cavern remains one of the globe’s finest forums of electronic music as a result.
From Buzzin Fly’s fourth birthday to FWD vs Rinse FM’s dubstep roadblocks, The End has continued to shine over the past year and remains the only place in England you can catch Laurent Garnier go at it all night. A killer venue. End of.
“The End is run by people that love this scene and are as passionate about their venue as we are about the music,” explains Harlem Nights’ Steve Lawler. “Every aspect is looked after and it combines with one of the best atmospheres in the world.”