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Anna wrote a review Jan 2020
Montreal, Canada5 contributions1 helpful vote
This place is certainly not everyone’s cup of tea - but if you love techno and dark room myserious room kind of vibes deffo the place to go. Big big plus for lovely terrase. Had a great time!
Date of experience: January 2020
Mark H wrote a review Nov 2019
London, United Kingdom86 contributions65 helpful votes
12eur entry and 3.50 door fee... plus you can’t wear a jacket Inside and it’s 2eur if you left something in your coat: save your time and your money and avoid what is certainly one of the worst clubs in europe.
Date of experience: November 2019
1 Helpful vote
Kristina wrote a review Nov 2019
Helsinki, Finland4 contributions1 helpful vote
If you enjoy dancing to a techno/house music, then you can consider going to this club. It was quite an average club, however, you won't hear any international or club music in here. This place has its own atmosphere and might be suitable for some people. The entrance fee is quite high and drinks too. However, the terrace is very lovely and you can chill out there in between your visit. …
Date of experience: November 2019
bitterspine wrote a review Apr 2019
London, United Kingdom11 contributions26 helpful votes
Great line up and soundsystem. But drinks are kind of overpriced and it really puts me off when the cloakroom staff attempts to charge me extra €2 for taking out my charging cable .
Date of experience: April 2019
2 Helpful votes
Yadron wrote a review Jan 2019
Southern Finland, Finland129 contributions47 helpful votes
We waited for 20-30 minutes outside on New Year's Eve in the wet rain and cold wind, paid 10€ to get in, 3.50€ to leave our jackets (this is also NOT optional in Finland, you Have to leave your stuff and even if you don't, you have to pay) and then discovered the CLUB WAS EMPTY. THERE WAS NOBODY INSIDE. The dance floor and the two, yeah TWO, bars were absent partypeople for hours. We arrives just before midnight. I heard there was supposed to be two events in here that night, but I saw nothing.The place was shabby, dated, and dark. A Happy Joe (275ml, made by Hartwall) cider was 6.90€ which to me, having been in Dublin Ireland for the past 4 months, is ridiculously expensive for an appetizer sized, very light drink. The place has long stairs up, and I don't think it's wheelchair accessible (there was a ramp outside though?) - the toilets upstairs definitely are not from what I saw (maybe the accessible toilets are someplace hidden). The dance floor had a ramp on one side. The bouncer was very friendly and so was the rest of the staff in my experience. The bouncer by the front door also notified me that my cellphone was about to fall out of my pocket when I was taking my leave, so he probably saved my whole new year! Thanks man. All in all the club manager needs to check themselves with how they let people in. I know it's cool to have a long cueue and it gives your club a popularity status but it's a damn hoax. The DJ wasn't bad but this "industrial club" is more "haphazardly thrown together of cheap leopard print chairs nobody wants and mananged like it is a hot rave club". The soundsystem was NOT superior to any regular club at this stage. The lights were a damn joke. A few red flashes. They also had real live fire (candles) on the dance floor, how is that a good idea with even one drunk person around let alone a hundred? Not coming back obviously :) Thanks for the experience though.…
Date of experience: January 2019