Went here in the dead of summer to listen to the famed septuagenarian DJ - who was indeed legendary. I wore very little clothing (you can wear whatever you want to a place like this) & still sweat my ass off. Had a blast, enjoyed the music and the drinks, and loved the gang of bachelor party pirates who took over the dance floor at around 2am.more
This place is AWESOME.
71 Years old DJ...that plays some awesome reggae mixes~
Great music, good crowd~ what more could you ask for? =)
I went last weekend...BUT apparently it's his last night....and he will play one last night for a New years eve party~ not sure if this place will still remain popular after that DJ leaves~~ or if it's popular even when he doesn't play~ I would go just...more
Was walking back from Churchill's Arms a pub right around the corner of this place and saw the door to this place going into the basement with music that sounded like live music coming from downstairs.
Outside there was a group of 20something people smoking and talking about the last band.
Being the closet hipster that I am. I decided to investigate further, it was a p,leasant surprise.
A few weeks ago I was at a little festival at the Notting Hill Arts Club. The venue is just a short walk from Notting Hill Gate tube station, but the entry is easy to miss if you do not know exactly where it is.
Notting Hill Arts Club is smaller than I expected. It is a nice little concert venue with two areas, not really two different rooms. One area has the stage and the other area the...more
The name of this bar/club makes you think you need to dress up and be on your best behavior. Really, it's the complete opposite. Grungy meets hippie chic meets Euro hipster. Wear whatever you damn well please and be prepared to stand in line if you get here after midnight (and trust me, you don't want to be here before midnight).
If you enjoy partying in a cement basement with exposed pipes...more