An interactive map, created using data from Resident Advisor, charts the decimation of London's club scene spanning from 2005 to the present.
The map, which was created in association with London-based innovation firm Nesta, illustrates how many clubs and music venues have closed in the last decade.
"The map reveals that, during this ten-year period, parts of London traditionally known for their nightlife experienced high levels of closures, with a trend of clubbing moving from the West End to the north and east of the city," says Nesta's John Davies.
Ever been stuck in a foreign country and not known where to go crate-digging? Us too! Well, with the Record Store Traveller Map you'll never accidently have that problem again.
Created by Marcus Maack of recordstores.love, the map charts the best record shops across the globe, from Kristina Records in Dalston and Pie & Vinyl in Portsmouth, through HardWax in Berlin and YugoVinyl in Serbia, to Mabu Vinyl in Cape Town and way beyond.
Remember the Techno Traveller Map?
Ever been stuck in a foreign country and not known where to rave? Us too! Well with the Techno Traveller Map you'll never accidently have that problem again.
Created by Matthieu Rodrigues, the map charts the best clubs for house and techno across the globe from Phonoteque in Uraguay to Temple Nairobi in Kenya, The Observatory in Vietnam and a of course the likes of New York's Output, London's Ministry Of Sound and more.
Rodrigues is encouraging users to submit ideas too, so if your favourite club is missing, help a fellow raver out!