Cyberdog is a trance music and cyber clothing shop in Camden.
Cyberdog specialises in bright, fluorescent dance clothing, sometimes featuring flashing lights. Whether you're a clubber or a space cadet, you're sure to find the clobber to suit here. The shop also specialises in rave accessories such as glowsticks and other UV-responding items.
Cyberdog began as a small market stall in the early 1990s mostly selling goa trance items and has since moved to fill this large underground space in The Stables Market, located in Camden Market.
The rave-wear and toys are divided into four categories: Kawaii, Neon Clubwear, 2090's (or Futuristic), and Cybertronic. Within these sections, you can find clothing, jewellery, shoes and rave-toys.
Venue Details & Map
Chalk Farm RoadLondonNW1 8AH
- +44 (0)20 7482 2842
- Public transport:
- Chalk Farm, Underground
Top 5 reviews of Cyberdog
This is one of the Camden Market must see gems. Cyber Dog seems to be a popular spot for tourists to explore the three layers of this crazy cool cyber racer shop. The initial entrance you see the two giant robot, and as you enter and see all the novelty items, the music is booming like a warehouse party. Go down the video game projected escalator into the second lower level of the shop where... more
Amazing! That is the only word that can describe this shop! It is a must visit even if you think you are to old... Just dare yourself and step in...
The shop is full of everything flashing, when I say everything I mean everything... ;-) more
The minute you walk in your ears attacked by dance music, not the North American EDM kind but more English raver style. It was nostalgic for me to hear these beats cause at one time in the 90's in Vancouver this was a trend. The problem is that I would rather hear this in a club at full volume rather than a retail store. I get it that you guys are trying to create the rave feel but in a... more
Love this place! Wonderful set up, very fashionable staff and merchandise!
Great Trance world products! more
Honestly I don't get the hype.
The clothes are really cool designs but very cheaply made and overpriced. They have some cool latex and harnesses on the ground floor but the toys down there are priced ridiculously high compared to getting the exact same thin at Ann Summers or Lovehoney. The lighting with the neon and uv is pretty cool but to me the blaring music is just aggravating and adds... more