Labba Labba Labyrinth

Original post here –   We spoke to Joe Wieczorek, promoter of the legendary Dalston club night. Joe Wieczorek is feeling a bit rough. The man behind Labyrinth, one of rave era East London’s most respected clubs, is recovering from a mate’s 60th. Wieczorek is an odd name for someone with such a south London… Continue reading Labba Labba Labyrinth

Stagedive Massive

Oi oi Love how the roadie just pushes one of them FUCKING hard. Great band, great venue. Whether or not it’s a shame you can’t do this type of thing at gigs is probably 50/50. Senseless Things greatest moment and also


Shout to all the Whirly Crew.   Ony those that haven’t been knock it. Remembering the club that began in 1981 as a collaboration with the Association of Humanistic Psychology to encourage “anyone who enjoys dance as a means of self-expression”. Source: Why I Felt Loved at Whirl-y-Gig, London’s Longest-Running Club Night | VICE | United… Continue reading Whirl-y-Gig

Top 5 Lost London Nightclubs of the 90s

  The 88to98 guide to the top 5 lost London nightclubs of the 90s that are now closed This week, Boris Johnson has been considering a decision that will affect the future of London’s most famous nightclub. If the Mayor grants planning permission for a huge development of flats opposite Ministry of Sound, club bosses… Continue reading Top 5 Lost London Nightclubs of the 90s