London has a vibrant social life and the techno scene is thriving too. These nightclubs attract large crowds who are followers of the music genre. The venues provide a platform to the biggest DJs and performers as well as emerging talent. If your idea of a good time is a rave night with flickering lights and relentless booming music, then check out our list. We have shortlisted clubs that play entrancing music as well as ear splitting beats because London has one of each. The descriptions will tell you which one is the right choice for you.
We have considered all clubs in London and have come up with this top 7 shortlist of places that play techno music. So you don’t have to. Whichever club you want to go to, just click on the listing window to check our access options, whether you’d like discounted entry or a big bottle service night out, we have you covered.
Without further ado:
1. Union London
If you are looking for a great time then look no further than Union. It is one of the most popular clubs in Vauxhall and known for being open till late. The venue hosts parties each week and the dance floor is raving till the a.m. Techno fiends are recommended to visit this place on Friday nights when they have the Wrong! Marathons.
2. Corsica Studios
Located just a short walk behind the shopping center in Elephant and Castle in London, Corsica Studios is a venue which has been divided into two neat spaces; one space for hosting live music, events and shows, and a smaller studio situated right next door. With a capacity of just 350 people at a time, this venue is a popular space for hosting all kinds of events and shows along with regular club nights.
3. Fabric London
The Fabric club is one of the pioneering clubs in London which started back in 1999. It boasts Europe’s first bass-loaded body sonic dance floor, three sound systems and two different stages for live acts. Renowned artists and DJs from across the world come and play at the club to create a unique experience for locals and tourists alike.
Located on Cowper Street in London, Xoyo Club is an old night club which has been refurbished to create this highly aesthetic, artsy night club. This night club has won awards for being one of the top nightclubs in the world, so you can guess the immense popularity of the venue! The night club is spread over two floors, the main underground room and a smaller space upstairs known as the Green Room.
Phonox is the newest joint in the Brixton area and it has already made a name for itself. They have stuck to the basics and perfected them. The club has a total capacity of 550 and the best sound system in the business. The DJs are known for playing extended sets of Techno music. They also focus on House music which is the second choice for techno lovers.
Even though Koko is located at a venue that prides itself on having very punk roots, the entire look and décor of Koko are completely paradoxical to its location. Everything about Koko; from its dome exterior to its red and gold interiors, velvet curtains and a semi-circular stage, exudes so much beauty and elegance.
7. Studio 338
After its multi-million pound refurb, Studio 338 has transformed into one of the hottest, hippest and most sought after night club venue in London. Who would have thought that Greenwich would have created such hype with its night club venue, but here it is; Studio 338.specific dress code is needed to enter the club. However, the age limit for entrance is 18 and above
The techno music scene is growing rapidly and there will be more clubs worthy of being listed here soon. For now, these are the best options and will surely be worth your while. Get your black outfit ready and put on raving shoes to match so you can have the night of your life.
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