Exil Zurich, Guide & Review
Disco club in Zürich, Switzerland. DJ club nights & live music in a glitzy nightspot with plush lounge, disco balls & outdoor area. The Exil club is a music club that pays full attention to excellent live music. Because of the excellent service and the carefree atmosphere, the club is an oasis in the west end. Carefully curated concerts and parties featuring national and international bands and DJs. The music club, Exil, regularly attracts guests with great live music and upbeat parties in the west of Zurich. This is ensured by an excellent sound system, a long bar, and motivated organizers who carefully select top national and international acts and bring them to Zurich. In summer, the covered outdoor area is ideal for getting some fresh air and musing on the concert currently on stage.
And if there is no live band performing, the Exil is a popular nightclub featuring DJs. Located between a carwash and a theatre, Exil brings night owls into a different world. The interior décor fits the industrial surroundings: Under its oversize disco ball, everything in the club is dedicated to live music, from indie rock to electro-pop, reggae, rap and soul. Depending on the concert, the crowd of dancing people includes head-bangers, hipsters or hip-hop fans.
The fleecy carpet contrasts with the shiny, smooth surface of the artificial resin, while the relief surface of the matt walls is covered in a shiny varnish. The differently colored, exchangeable curtains define the stage area, which is ideally aligned towards the audience. The bar made of massive oak beams sets the tone. Behind it, the metal curtain creates unexpected light reflections. All conversion measures on the ground floor address the spatial acoustics and create excellent, harmonious sound conditions.
The smoking room adds a contrast with its Bordeaux colored carpet. From the mysterious, dark world on the ground floor, one descends to a surprising array of bright, neon-colored rooms one floor below, with monochrome abstractions that create a completely unexpected spatial experience.