London, United Kingdom
Club / Indoor & Outdoor / XS – 200-500
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With techno beats and extended sets, new Brixton venue Loki will kick off its clubbing journey on November 2nd.
Run by the crew behind vibrant pub Fox & Firkin, the south London venue found shelter in the former premises of the Medussa nightclub on Barrington Road.
Embodying a boiler room vibe, London’s Loki promises a focus on electronic beats. Everything from melodic techno and dance beats to bubbling acid will blast through the nightlife hub’s speakers.
The electronic temple already bagged the industrial appeal, as its home translates into a former railway station that has been pretty much unaltered since the 1980s’.
Loki will land on London’s nightlife map on November 2nd when the management will organize a private lunch.
The music hub will open its doors to the general public on November 4th, when electronic hero Bluetoof and London-based artist Softi will take over the audio decks. On November 10th, the Loki nightclub will host an all-vinyl party with an entry fee of just £1.