In light of recent London club closures, such as Crucifix lane and Vibe bar, a hidden new gem called Work.London has popped up in Chapel Market (Angel).
Launching this weekend, this 110-capacity venue — with a slick cocktail bar upstairs and a classy basement downstairs — is to host top London promotions, DJ live streams and super exclusive industry parties with high profile dance talent on Thursday, Fridays and Saturdays.
Perfect for an afterwork drink or intimate club nights, the likes of Sam Divine, Saytek, Barber and Copy Paste Soul are announced for July alone, with promoters such as Rhythmatic, Cubism, D-Vine Sounds and Egg LDN all involved.
Opening night is this Friday 3rd July, with Better Looking Disco, a new monthly party from the Better Looking Half duo — who've made a splash as DJ Mag Sessions residents at Egg LDN and sets at Fabric, Patterns Brighton and Angel Dust's Mystic Summer festival.
Saturday will welcome leading london promoter Jim Warboy with Sabojaq, an exclusive Dalston party also featuring Venice Calypso and Joe Roberts.
Plus on Friday 24th July, a very special D-Vine Sounds showcase featuring Sam Divine + friends will stream live via DJ Mag TV (7pm - 9pm) with the party continuing until 3.30am.
Here's what Work.London has up its sleeve for July...
Friday 3rd July | Better Looking Disco Launch Party w/ Better Looking Half + Friends
Saturday 4th July | Sabojaq w/ Jim Warboy, Venice Calypso, Joe Roberts + more
Friday 10th July | Love To Funk w/ Organic Phunk, Peeping Tom + more
Saturday 11th July | Rhythmatic 8th Anniversary Tour w/ Scott Kemp, Adriano + more
Friday 17th July | Cubism w/ Saytek (live), Copy Paste Soul, Barber & more
Saturday 18th July | Daytime Enterprise w/ TBA
Friday 24th July | D-Vine Sounds w/ Sam Divine, Curtis Gabriel, Timmy P + more
Saturday 25th July | Egg LDN presents The Great Escape warm-up party w/ TBA
Friday 31st July | CTC Bar Sessions w/ TBC
Saturdat 1st August | Angel Dust rooftop afterparty w/ TBA
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