Local Action has announced its 10th anniversary party, which will take place at London's Corsica Studios on 26th March 2022.
Corsica Studios is launching a new weekly party.
From 7th January 2022, Small Talk will see the London club place a curatorial focus on residents, homegrown artists, as well as some international guests.
Dancefloor Recall, a photography project based around London nightlife, is to host an exhibition event at the city's Corsica Studios.
The project, which is the work of photographers Heather Shuker and Fran Hales, was birthed amid the closure of clubs in the UK during the COVID-19 pandemic, and revolves around a series of portraits captured outside London clubs. Shuker and Hales hoped to capture various human relationships and connections that started on the city's dancefloors with the project.
Hyperdub is celebrating its Ø events with the launch of a new book, 'Zero', which is the first to come from the label's new publishing imprint, Flatlines Press, and is set for release on 12th October.
Corsica Studios has launched a fundraising competition.
Previously serving as a karate dojo, dry cleaners and gambling den, beloved South London nightclub, Corsica Studios, is the latest club to suffer the impact of the COVID-19, after remaining closed to the public since March.
“In my high school class, I was the only person that was openly against the regime,” says Nazar. His family fled Angola for Belgium before he was born: his father, a general in the opposition army, was targeted by the Angolan regime during the civil war. Growing up in Belgium, he was seduced by electronic music. When he and his family moved back to Angola, to be reunited with his father, they faced a different reality.
While 2019 refuses to go quiet into that good night — check this month’s top UK club picks for proof — some of us have already been thinking about what comes next.
A new year and a new decade are almost upon us. Just before either really kicks in, though, we have some work to do. Or at least some serious partying to get stuck into, with New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day just weeks away.
Mr. Mitch will release his new EP, ‘Need More Fashions Friends’ this Wednesday, 22nd May, via his own Gobstopper Records,
Announced at the beginning of the month, the two-tracker finds the Boxed co-founder crafting a sound that is tailor-made for the party’s dancefloor in Room 2 of Corsica Studios. The title track is a perfect embodiment of “techno dancehall” style the London DJ/producer has been highlighting for some time, with tough, bassy urgency weaving marvellously with the syncopated, buoyant rhythms of dancehall. Check it out below.