Established in 2010, this excellent Shoreditch venue quickly cemented itself as one of the most on-point clubbing spaces and gig venues in London, thanks to a booking selection that ignored genre and simply focused on quality. Scores of London's hippest punters and party-lovers flock to XOYO every weekend to hear the latest DJs, producers (and – on weekdays – bands and singer-songwriters) do their thing over the club's two floors. XOYO has run a regular residency series since 2014, asking top DJs (Eats Everything, Jackmaster, The 2 Bears, Simian Mobile Disco) to curate the club's Saturday night programme for three-month slots. The series proved extremely successful and 2019 brings yet more awesome selectors to whip up the crowds. There seems to be no stopping XOYO, and that's a fine thing indeed.
The scene surrounding clubs in Shoreditch is large and super diverse. From the impressive roof terrace at the Queen of Hoxton to the inimitable rock nights at alternative music mainstay, the Old Blue Last, Shoreditch clubs have something to offer even the most seasoned clubber. For hip, hedonistic hang-outs, have a ganders at Time Out’s guide to clubs in Shoreditch.