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Newest Review: ... arenas were closed off with temporary metal fencing and there wasn't the usual traffic jam of ecstatic giggling ravers in the foyer area. It was eerily quiet except for the skeleton rattling sub bass that was emitting from the main arena, which was where we all raced like ants to our queen. Drum and Bass God, Ray Keith, was halfway through his set and there were about fifty people in a room with a capaci ty of just under a thousand (it appeared that most of that fifty were on the guest list). It was pretty bare to say the least although it provide... more
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by - written on 09/10/01, updated on 09/10/01 (Very useful, 64 readings)
Nex Level@The Que Club, Birmingham - 22/09/01 It looked to be an absolutely awesome night of drum and bass with a list as long as your arm of legendary DNB DJs like Ray Keith, Andy C, Brockie and so it goes on. It was to be all nighter (10pm-6am) in celebration of my best friend's 21st birthday and as it got closer there was an almighty build up of excitement and enthusiasm, I thought someone was going to explode, namely myself (ok, a bit of an exaggeration). Being a regular at Flashback, an underground dance event also held at the legendary Que Club, I was sure that Nex Level would prove to be just as good, if not better. The venue is superb containing: ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/08/01, updated on 14/08/01
Now I am not the oldest person going out clubbing any means, I am barely legal in fact, however I have been going for quite a while, I have been going to the same club every Friday for about 10 months, as it is the only place in my rubbish town of Chester that plays the music that I want to hear. But it is recently that I have been looking round and thinking ‘my god I am old’. Going out in the evening has almost turned into a teen fest, the club I went into on Thursday night I think I was probably the oldest person in there. And some of the girls around were as young as 14-15. I ask you what is going on with society. Now I realise people ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/01, updated on 14/07/01 (Very useful, 114 readings)
If you really like your hard/progressive house/trance then you will love this place. The rush of euphoria i got the first time i went was phenomenal, and drove me back there again. You arrive at the location after crossing the M62 on a narrow private bridge and down a country road, it feels like you going to an unknown rave or something. This location is great though as it means you dont get any of the lager lads falling out of the pubs which would if in an urban location. Its held in a hall hidden in the trees just visible from the car park where there is already an atmosphere building as clubbers meet up with other clubbers. There is nothing special in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/06/01, updated on 23/06/01 (Very useful, 34 readings)
Club M (formerly the Whitehouse) is situated on Newmarket high street and is quite difficult to miss. It is a converted theatre and the steps up to the entrance make the place look quite grand. Once you enter the club you are faced with the reception area, which doubles as a chill out room later in the night, and as they don't close the front doors it is certainly chilly. The choice you are now faced with are the toilets, the staircase down to the basement that is room 2, or 2 doors that both lead into the main room. If you go through either one of these doors you enter the main room from behind the DJ box, one door one side, the other for the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/05/01, updated on 22/05/01 (Very useful, 42 readings)
Hello! I'm writing about Camden Palace again. I know I love the place but this is one club night to check out. It's called Frantic and the music is hard house/ Nu NRG Trance. Quality top DJ's and an amazing atmosphere. I went on Saturday May 12th and it was brilliant. The DJ’s playing were Andy Farley, Matt Clarke, Phil Reynolds, Spencer Freeland and many more top Hard house DJ’s. I took one of my friends who had never been clubbing in London before. She’d never even listened to the music before and she loved it. She told me “You’ve converted me! I’m going clubbing all the time now!” And before you ... Read the complete review
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