Corsica Studios


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    Corsica Studios Elephant Road
    SE17 1LB

What's on at Corsica Studios



Bardo Pond

Shoegaze, Psych and garage rock

  • Critics' choice

Staples of Philidelphia's psychedelic scene since 1991, Bardo Pond craft long, lackadaisical jams that blossom into noisy guitar freak-outs. Their latest album 'Peace in Venus' was one of their most accessible yet, and they've also taken to covering tracks...

Bardo Pond

Gazelle Twin


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Brighton's Elizabeth Walling is Gazelle Twin, whose divinely eerie, slightly gothic, sumptuously unsettling electronic sounds and enigmatic persona make up a terrific package. Her haunting debut album 'The Entire City' suggests a mix of The Knife, Björk...

Gazelle Twin


House music, House, techno and electro, Techno music, Clubs, Disco

Now firmly settled in its new home at Corsica Studios (after the closure of London Bridge club Cable in 2013), the Sunday party that caters for night owls and the the hardcore clubbing fraternity is back and stronger than ever. Starting when other clubs...

  1. Sun Sep 21
  2. Corsica Studios
  3. adv £15, early bird £10
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One of our hot tips for 2014, Kelela Mizanekristos makes thoroughly seductive, minimal R&B that's made her and her 'Cut 4 Me' mixtape a favourite on the blogs. She jets in from LA tonight for a rare London show.

  1. Tue Nov 4 – Wed Nov 5
  2. Corsica Studios
  3. £9
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Tief presents Beats in Space 15th Anniversary

House music, Techno music, Clubs

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Tief's love for deliciously deep house (via post-dubstep, techno and acid tinges) collide with Tim Sweeney's Beats In Space radio show crew for a meeting of musical minds to be reckoned with, also celebrating BiS's 15th anniversary. Top of the bill isMr...

  1. Fri Sep 26 – Sat Sep 27
  2. Corsica Studios
  3. £17
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Trouble Vision

House, techno and electro, Clubs, Disco

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Trouble Vision has established itself as one of the prime nights for classy, leftfield house and techno shenanigans, covering everything from slick 4/4 to sweaty warehouse rave to cosmic disco. It attracts a cool, party-hungry crowd who are always up...

  1. Fri Oct 3 – Sat Oct 4
  2. Corsica Studios
  3. £8-£17.50 adv
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Joey Dyer

Wow...just wow. Seeing 6am after a night at Corsica is like seeing the first sunrise...


Corsica Studios is arguably one of London town's great (and unsung) venues. The fact that it is slightly off the radar is probably a benefit, as without wanting to sound like a snob, unlike it's famous neighbour up the road (MoS) it attracts a more discerning, partisan crowd. I've been to a couple of D&B nights and a couple of techno nights, all very good. My only criticism would be the last techno night I went to a few weeks back, which was a multi collaboration of various promotions, which meant the venue made use of a neighbouring building to accommodate. This space was by far the most popular, which meant queueing for entry, and once inside was the hottest place I've ever been! Don't let this put you off though, I think that was a rarity. Come and sample the much heralded, but hard to find essence of London's underground dance music scene, you will not be disappointed. One last point. Whoever in the management of this venue is responsible for the sound system spec, which cannot have been cheap (full fat, full price) deserves a medal. It's the one thing that medium / small venues tend to shirk on. Not at Corsica; This is one of the best (if not the best) sound systems in London. Tony Andrews would be proud of what He's done to the elephant


when you leave at 6, you suddenly realise that you've been in another universe for 8 hours.