Out with the old, in with the new. That’s the way London’s club scene has been moving recently with the closure of Turnmills, The End, The Cross, The Key and Canvas in recent months.
For a while it seemed like there was nowhere new for London’s electronic music fans to congregate, but then the people behind Fabric opened Matter, and from this weekend Shoreditch will have a new dance spot in the form of the Cube.
Cube is located at 55-61 Tabernacle Street, and from the looks of things, its owners hope to mop up some of the more clued-up London clubbers with a musical policy of nu disco and indie dance.
Best of all, Cube is free to get into.
With a lighting system modeled on Studio 54 in New York and Paris Paris (look at the Cube’s groovy lighting system above!) the club is located in the basement of the Tabernacle Bar and will host disco and leftfield promoters like Crispin Dior and Ben Rymer, East London duo Lou and Nova, and Blitz Club.
The Cube will be open from 9pm - 2am most night, and expect a soundtrack of discofied funk to get deep to.
Labels: Cube, London clubbing, Shoreditch