The Buffalo Bar is great and my favourite venue in London. Great sound, no rip-off prices, friendly staff, awesome bands.
© Andrew Brackenbury
Time Out says
Posted: Sat Jan 5 2013
Located literally next door to Highbury & Islington tube station, underneath the Famous Cock Tavern, this veteran basement venue – its 'cosy' 150 capacity providing barely enough room to swing a microphone lead – is probably best known for its long-running club nights Goonite, Dead Or Alive, Club Fandango and Guided Missile, all of which run along alt.rock/pop, electro and mutant punk lines and attract dedicated crowds. Another regular (every third Saturday) draw is garage-psych/freakbeat night The Cave Club, run by Rhys 'Spider' Webb of The Horrors.
What's on at Buffalo Bar
Pop and rock, Clubs
HDIF's Ian Watson delivers a wonderfully twee mix of indie pop, northern soul, Motown, girl groups and '60s heartbreak with guest DJs for each date. The night has now moved back to its original home, the Buffalo Bar, and you can expect the basement bar's...