Drum and Bass Clubs in London
Get down to some heavy beats in London with DMN’s collection of Drum and Bass Clubs. If you like your bass heavy and hard, there really is nowhere else to look for a definitive guide to this legendary aspect of the London music scene.
Last updated on 19th April 2017
Next to Big Chill Bar, Cafe 1001 is one of most prolific venues in Brick Lane putting acts on every night in two big rooms. Expect unsigned indie-rock bands and nu-jazz collectives on week days - drum & bass, techno and house DJs on the weekends.
Fabric is always near the top of the list with all things related to house music. And for Drum and Bass nothing’s changed. With some of the genres biggest stars from across the globe, Fabric is a mainstay in the London Drum and Bass scene.
Based under the arches, a few minutes away from Elephant & Castle tube station, they also play host to some excellent club nights. They highly recommend going if you want a big night out and want to hear new up and coming DJs or great bands with a friendly crowd…prepare to get messy! Opening times and prices vary depending on the night and event.
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 2 rooms and bars, this venue has been the electrifying scene for a dizzying number of extraordinary artists from a variety of music scenes.
East Village is a very popular club in Shoreditch and a safe bet for Drum&Bass and Dubstep in London. It's fairly small but spread over two floors and proudly invites guest DJs from around the world to blast their beast of a soundsystem. They play house, techno, drum & bass, dubstep, electro and hip-hop.
Great Suffolk Street Warehouse is a massive rave space in Southwark, managed by the London Warehouse Events Crew. This car park bound by big arches is usually split into 2 or 3 different music rooms where you can lose yourself raving till the morning light. You can find here drum & bass, dubstep or house and techno events.