Printworks has locked its full programme for spring 2020, with names such as Eric Prydz, Annie Mac, Rudimental and DJ Koze set to play the London venue.
A new 3,500-capacity club has opened in Bristol, Area 404, run by the crew behind the legendary Boomtown Fair, a former Best of British nominee festival.
The venue launched last weekend, kicking off with a huge Halloween party featuring Croydon rapper Nadia Rose, Special Request, dub heroes Trojan Soundsystem, techno-ist Edetto and d&b head Mutant Dance.
"Will they, won’t they" has very much been the UK vibe for the past few months. Fear not, though, socio-political unrest notwithstanding, there are still some quality parties set for the coming weeks across the UK.
Berlin Club Commission is hosting a European Club Night on the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Wall.
The momentous and fittingly celebratory event is set for Saturday 9th November, and will feature crews from more than 27 nations taking over venues across the city.
Andy C has announced his Xmas Party at Printworks in London.
The mammoth gathering will take place on Saturday 7th December, running from midday to 11PM. The drum 'n' bass goliath has lined up an enviable guest list for the occasion featuring icons of the scene and fresh upstarts alike.
Standout billings include b2bs from DJ Storm and Bailey, Mark XTC and Northbase, Nicky Blackmarket and Ray Keith, Unknown Error and Contakt, and Randall and Dillinja. Legendary sparring partners Ed Rush and Optical will also team up in the booth.
A new 300-capacity club, Dryad Works, is opening in Sheffield this weekend, with the first party set for Friday 18th October.
The space, which is located in Parkwood Springs, will host a drum 'n' bass and dubstep all-nighter, with SpectraSoul, Halogenix, Tephra & Arkoze, Displace and Headroom all set to play alongside MCs Visionobi and Sur-T. This follows a soft launch hosted by Pretty Pretty Good which involved Midland, Dr. Rubinstein and Roi Perez.
It has been a month of difficult decisions for many. Not least the DJ Mag team, who had to try and figure out how to rank events in order of importance for what’s looking like the strongest month for UK clubs we’ve seen in some time.
Brighton club The Haunt has revealed significant expansion plans.
Last week we reported the venue would close at the end of August after the landlord decided to change the use of the space. The news was broken by More Human Than Human, a regular party at the address.
Bound for hell in a homemade vessel the UK may be, but at least this month gives us plenty of opportunities to go out dancing.
Half the country might be heading to a field this month, and half the country’s cities are hosting weekenders. But that doesn’t mean the top UK events in June 2019 don’t involve clubs, too.