“Brighton’s newest and most exiting club promoters”
“Brighton’s reputation for diversity and excitement in the world of clubbing continues to stand. If you are wanting to experience the edges of electronic, house, techno, disco and dubstep, here is a lowdown of Brighton’s newest and most exciting club promoters to look and listen–out for.
With the recent closures of Life, Digital and The Tube, many have reason to think that the seafront clubs of Brighton are not what it used to be. Walk along the beach at night and you might well be overwhelmed by the clatter of high-heels and droves of bieber-style trendy’s. Yet beyond the bright lights of Coalition, dark places still exist. I am of course referring to The Volks, a club that is home to established promoters The Mine, who remain unique as the regular providers of dubstep. The Mine has successfully reclaimed the genre – none of that fluffy, commercial, big synth kindof stuff that currently prevails. Instead, expect to hear the original sounds of early, minimal dubstep.”