This weeks curated round up of the nightlife in London, including mainstream and low key events:
By XERA VERA (@thexeravera)
The regular drum and bass club night in East London.
Radar 018 – Mez, Grandmixxer, Polonis and LUCY bring you a night of grime.
The Queens MC Pharoahe Monch delivers his live show in an intimate setting.
This months edition brings DJ/Producer Michel Cleis. A moody and intimate venue with smoky world electronic music, a great choice if you can get onto the guest list.
DJ Count Sizzles Top 40, a night featuring the tracks which made him. Free entry.
Moody Electronica in Haggerston.
Electronic music till 6am in celebration of the festivities.
L-Vis 1990 headlines, a leading figure in electronic music for the past decade.
Led by Enchufada label head Branko, expect sizzling world dance music, everything from Gqom and afrobeats all the way to trap and techno.
Music from Warehouse Music Label. Groovy house and tech/disco.
Leeds’ premier feminist and queer inclusive dance night, an after party for AWOMENfest, a feminist arts festival.
Party in a Caribbean bakery to disco, funk and tropical beats, fun music for fun people.
Free DJ night in the renowned gallery following from Playback festival, showcasing some of the capitals hottest up and coming DJs supporting the headliners. Expect strong electro-visuals.
Smoky house beats from Daphni till 4am.
Day into early evening from electronic stalwart Daniel Avery in Bethnal Green’s historic York Hall.
11 hours of groovy techno. Can you last till 6am? Its also free.
A touring night from Giegling and Krankbrother record labels, returning to London in a unique venue never yet used as a club space. Live set and DJs till 2am.
Upstairs at the Haggerston, a free club night exploring dance floor oddities from every angle.
All night with the finest african, brazilian, disco and modern soul, getting deeper as the night goes on. Free entry.