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Posted: Sat Oct 20 2012
Spread over two rooms and with around 600 capacity, this air-conditioned venue was a welcome addition to south London's live music scene when it first opened and worships in an extremely broad church, hosting DJ/club nights, comedy and jam sessions, as well as community-based events. It's a popular venue for after-show parties from the Brixton Academy around the corner and local lads Alabama 3 host a regular club night here.
What's on at Jamm
Clubs, House music, Garage, Grime, Funk, Hip hop
Grit your gold gnashers to a debauched mix of hip hop, garage, rap, grime and UK funky. Or if you don't want to get your fillings rattled, there's soul, funk and reggae to kick back to. Free entry and an own-brand bottle of voddie if you can prove all...
Drum 'n' bass and dubstep, Clubs
Drum'n'bass with Shockone, Commix, Culture Shock, Original Sin, Teddy Killerz and Frankee, with MCs Maksim MC and HypeMan Sage. Room Two features Unconscious Collective, Mistabishi, Tenebris, Flare, Grimez, Mucho and Baffed.
Drum 'n' bass and dubstep, Clubs, Urban music
- Critics' choice
This semi-regular Brixton night offers dark, progressive dubstep, drum 'n' bass, garage, grime and hip hop, with a range of cutting edge and new underground producers manning the decks.
House, techno and electro, Clubs, Techno music
A Made Up Sound spins techno and house, with support from Alex Smoke and Jon Convex, plus Slugabed, Tokyo Hands, Eloq, Lockah, Grinel and Tim Parker in room two.