Where Is There To Go Clubbing In London?
As a DJ and Promoter I have played and been clubbing at some of London’s biggest Nightclubs like Ministry of Sound, The Coronet, Scala, Sound, Rainforest Cafe, On & On (now called Piccadilly Institute) and Moonlighting Night Club and been behind club night brands like Bubblicious and Etiquette Ladies Go Free. As a result I constantly get asked where is there to go clubbing in London or can I recommend a good club to book a birthday/VIP Table. Noticing a gap in the market and that nowadays people are spending more and more times on their smartphones a team of us have come together and developed a mobile phone app called London Club Nights available for free on the Google Play & App Store. If you enjoy clubbing then this is the App for you.
So the weekend is fast approaching and you are looking for a good Urban Music party to go to in London, download the London Club Nights App – Your No.1 Guide For The Best R&B, Hip-Hop, House, UKG, Afrobeat & Dancehall Parties & Concerts In London. Currently listed are some great parties at venues like Shaka Zulu Club Camden, Konnect Club Victoria, Gilgamesh Club Camden, My Place Club Earls Court, Proud Cabaret Camden, Boujis Club South Kensington, The Mayfair Club Mayfair, Libertine Club West End, Qube Project Victoria plus many many more. New events are uploaded weekly.
The App boasts some great features
● You can search events by music genre, age or table/birthday package, fast and easily through the app
● Buy discounted tickets, be the first to find out about exclusive parties in London, call the Promoter to discuss your requirements or simply just browse forthcoming events
● Submit your names for Guest List to exclusive members clubs & celebrity parties
● Share exciting events with your friends via Twitter and Facebook and add these events to your diary and favorites list
● Get directions to venues through the in app navigation feature, so you never get lost.
● If you are a Night Club Promoter you can upload your club night easily through the app and sell/keep track of your ticket sales
Maybe you are not going clubbing you can mess around with the other features.
● Upload last week’s clubbing pictures
The App looks slick and is easy to use, search club nights by music genres with the click of a button, buy tickets with just a few clicks and navigate to a venue with just one click.
After listening to our feedback we will be introducing the following features in the forthcoming moths.
● YouTube video
● Instant Messaging
● A Blog & Forum
● A UK music page for artists to upload their tracks and video.
so what are you waiting for download the App today! London Club Nights App – Your No.1 Guide For The Best R&B, Hip-Hop, House, UKG, Afrobeat & Dancehall Parties & Concerts In London.
Search London club Nights on Google Play & App Store or click on the links below
Android users click here
IOS users click here
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Finally got round to reviewing this album, never been a Justin Bieber fan don’t think I can name any of his previous songs or albums, always though his music was too poppy/commercial for me but it was the 2nd release from Purpose, Sorry that drew me in and now that I have been drawn in I am hooked! This Dancehall influenced track is catchy and I am feeling the various remixes featuring Mr Vegas and Lumidee, I have the track on heavy rotation in the clubs and on my weekly radio show. It has been years since I have listed to an album and can honestly say I like most if not every single track, the last album I can credit for this was Mary J Blige – My Life Album.
There is something for everybody on this album like the Dance/House music influenced tracks What Do You Mean and Where Are U Now to the Dancehall influenced track Sorry and Ballad track Love Yourself. Incidentally those are some of my favorite tracks off the album I am also really feeling No Pressure Feat. Big Sean, I love big Sean’s rap on this track ” You supposed to be my uno, Yoko Ono Oh no, round two again We’ve been fighting more than Ryu and Ken”. Check out the full Justin Bieber track list here
I am definitely now a BELIEBER and not ashamed to say it, I am not sure if I will listen to his previous albums but if you think I should, please let me know what album I should listen too. I think Justin Bieber has truly come of age on this album and I hope he carries on and blesses us with some great albums in the future, is he the next Justin Timberlake in the making only time will tell!
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Another Friday afternoon so I jumped on Pulse88 Radio 88.0fm/www.Pulse88.co.uk for my weekly radio show (1pm-3pm) this week i went on until 4pm. Had a lot of new music to play this week like Yo Gotti feat. Nicki Minaj – Down In The DM (Remix), Tinashe – Ride Of Your Life, Tinashe – Ride Of Your Life, Drake – Summer Sixteen, Rihanna feat. SZA – Consideration, iSHi feat. French Montana, Wale & Raekwon – We Run, Rihanna feat. Drake – Work, Future – Wicked, Rick Ross – Dope, Bryson Tiller – Don’t, Tory Lanez – Say It & Fabolous – Doin It Well plus many many more. Please sit back, relax, enjoy the show and please leave comments and share!
UK Garage Saturdays At Far Rockaway Shoreditch every Saturday. I saw the promo material for this weekly event all over the internet. This event has had guest DJs, MCs & performances from the likes of DJ Spoony, Donaeo, MC Versatile, Bushkin, Luck& Neat to name but a few.
Although I am a R&B, Hip-Hop, Trap & Bashment DJ, I was heavily into the UK Garage scene, many of the DJs, MCs and Artists I booked for some of my Club Nights (Bubblicious, Blushed & Etiquette) and I played along side many of them on Pirate Radio Stations like Y2K 90.6Fm and Dejavu 92.4Fm. So this event appealed to me, when I eventually got the hook up (free Guest List) I was excited not only because I like the scene but also because I have never sampled Shoreditch’s night life for some strange reason. I was initially told that Far Rockaway was like a pub, as I am not a fan of pubs was initially on a bit of a downer.
Anyway it’s Saturday night and I arrive outside the Far Rockaway club, all around me the streets are buzzing I feel like I am in the West End or Camden. After talking with the Bouncers who I found rather polite I meet up with my contact and we enter the club.Far from the venue being like a pub it was a cool stylish bar, well lit, clean toilets and spacious. I liked the Retro Ghetto Blasters that decorated the DJ Booth and the Skateboards that decorate the ceiling. Check out the venue here
The atmosphere was lively and the vibe felt good. I must admit the music (DJ and Host) was on point, be prepared to hear some UKG Classics. The crowed was a mixture of UKG Connoisseur (Old School Ravers ) a few tourists and people that frequent the Shoreditch area. Overall I had a decent night I will definitely go back, especially on key dates like Valentines, Bank Holidays, NYE and for Guest DJs/Live Performances.
If you would like to buy tickets for Garage Saturdays you can buy them via the London Club Nights App: