Dubstep Clubs in London
South London is where it all started for Dubstep and there has been an explosion in popularity for the unique music style in recent years. London is a vibrant scene for serious dub-heads as well as lighter Skrillex fans as many London clubs throw severe bass trembling bashes nowadays. Here is the list of the Dubstep clubs in London dubbed the kings and queens of dub.
Last updated on 7th November 2017
XOYO is a dance and dubstep club in Shoreditch with a hipster crowd and mind-blowing DJs. In the mix of up-and-coming music producers and world famous artists from different genres, they enjoy throwing down a dirty baseline coupled with mad light shows. Keep XOYO in mind the next time you're looking for a dubstep club in London.
Corsica Studios is a cool music focused club with new DJs who are spot on trend with new electronic sounds. Look at their events and you should find some beats that rocks your boat. Chew the Fat is one promoter for Corsica Studios to follow.
East Village is a very popular club in Shoreditch and a safe bet for 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.
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 one of the biggest and most ambitious clubs in London for electronic music and on their hall of fame are some of the legends of Dubstep as well. So keep an eye on this London dubstep club for superstars such as Skream, Benga, Plastician, Skrillex etc.
Jamm Brixton is a large venue holding up to 600 people which puts on cracking club nights with the freshest DJs and performers out there. Amongst the high profile house, Garage, Bass Music, Hip Hop, Bashment and RnB there are excellent dubstep nights where you can rave until the early morning at this south London party club.
Koko is London's most popular venue for Live Indie, Alternative and Electronic music located in Camden. This venue, which used to be a BBC theatre, has the capacity to host 1000 revelers for every event. Club NME takes over on Friday nights with live bands playing till about midnight and then DJs playing the latest indie and electro anthems.