Go out and stay out all night. Here's your essential party schedule for this weekend...
If you didn’t quite manage to dance yrself clean at LCD Soundsystem’s reunion gigs this summer, then head to this night of live covers by Galaxians and DJs combing through the DFA back catalogues. Camden Assembly. Fri Oct 7.
Dalston’s finest is throwing back to ’80s rave culture with a birthday featuring breakbeat originators 2 Bad Mice plus Paul Woolford’s murky alias Special Request. The Nest. Fri Oct 7.
Head to the eighth anniversary of house/disco/garage party Trouble Vision. They’ve got one of the world’s best underground disco DJs in situ: Chicago’s Derrick Carter. Corsica Studios. Fri Oct 7.
Infamous Burning Man soundcamp Ooligan Alley is known for throwing parties on a Boeing 727. Now they’re bringing the Nevada spirit to London with a house and techno night featuring 3D laser projection and a psychedelic circus. Electric Brixton. Sat Oct 8.
Little is known about DJ HAAi. She kept a low profile during her two years filling the dancefloor at Ridley Road Market with Motown, Northern soul, Afrobeat and reggae sets. This is your first chance to see her as Phonox resident. Special unannounced guests are promised. Phonox. Sat Oct 8.
In August, Club 338 burned to the ground. The team behind the venue’s now opening new joint The Bridge. The soon-to-be ‘hub of electronic music’ is hosting a party to help raise money needed to reopen the old venue and support Fabric’s campaign. Trevor Jackson plays. The Bridge. Sat Oct 8.
For more after-hours fun, check out more London clubs.