Having smashed it Leeds, it’s the first time Londoners get to enjoy this new bass night. Sticky Feet aims to offer an affordable alternative for mid-twenties ravers to the rising costs of mainstream clubbing. For £7, enjoy all the dubstep, D&B and bassline you can eat, as well as a voluminous set of party props and a 24-hour tube stop right outside.
The Garage. Fri Nov 17.
Night Thing: Awesome Tapes from Africa
The novelty of Brian Shimkovitz’s project – aka gathering together cassettes of obscure African music and DJing with them in clubs – continues to grow in popularity, as his set at this weekly party shows.
Jazz Cafe. Fri Nov 17.
Little Gay Brother
After a storming first party at new home Omeara in August, anything-goes crew Little Gay Brother are back at this sweet, newish London Bridge venue. As with all their inclusive, extrovert and amazingly fun parties, LGB’s strong troupe of dancers and performers drag the fun away from staring at a DJ and right on to the floor. Get involved.
Omeara. Sat Nov 18.
New Business: Fort Romeau
Guys, it’s Q4 – surely the most festive quarter in the fiscal calendar. To celebrate, the management gurus at New Business have headhunted Fort Romeau to play at the perfectly formed Pickle Factory from start to finish. Set your brains to ‘out of office’ and let’s party.
Pickle Factory. Sat Nov 18.