Drum And Bass Clubs In London

A fan of the heavier things in life? Prefer your Andy C, Sub Focus and Goldie to TayTay, Bey and JT? Fortunately for you, this city's nightlife scene is a varied one with places to suit all music tastes. Whether you're looking to rave till the early hours in an underground den or you want to catch some of your favourite artists at one of the capital's best party spots, you'll find it all here in our definitive guide to drum and bass clubs in London. 




The Rocksteady

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The Rocksteady is an East London powder keg of potent cocktails, live music and midnight antics. Venture to the Dalston bar and club for some delicious drinks followed by an epic session of drum and bass from a line-up of talented up-and-comers and well-versed DJs.

Brixton Jamm is a unique and unrivalled music venue set in the beating heart of South London. With space for nearly 600 people spread over two rooms and bars, this beauty has seen a wave of extraordinary artists come through their doors, including Hot Chip, Adele, Basement Jaxx and Congo Natty.

The Bussey Building

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Something of a Peckham institution, The Bussey Building is a multi-level party palace and live music venue, busting out all types of hits from a bunch of different genres. Keep an eye out for their themed club events and prepare to dance till you drop - or until 6am.

Fabric

17 user reviews 4

Fabric is renowned for hosting some of the biggest names in dubstep, house and grime. Head to the Farringdon club for a night of explosive beats from their resident DJs or hit them up for a live gig from legends such as Chase & Status, JME and Craig Richards.