PublishedWed, 8 Sep 2010, 12:00
- The temporary club will open its doors later this month with a headlining set from Man Like Me.
Counter Culture have announced their plans to create a temporary art space under London Bridge Station, set to run for 99 straight days from September 24th to the end of the year.
The 700-capacity venue is being billed as a "pop-up" club, boasting two rooms equipped with Funktion One rigs. Though many more artists have yet to be announced, much of the program has already taken shape. The opening party features a full live set from London tykes Man Like Me, who'll bring their cheery garage and grime-infused pop to the club's main room, while Rumours will offer a miniature '80s disco elsewhere in the space. Friday 1st October will be one for fans of scuzzy electro-house, with sets scheduled from Hijack, Mumdance and Starsmith, while Stenchman and Chef will bring their heavyweight dubstep selections for Sublow and Swagger's bash the following week.
Zombie Disco Squad and Dirtybird's Christian Martin will play the first in Counter Culture's series of Jackmode parties at the start of November, while future events will see the likes of Lee Mortimer, Punks Jump Up, The Japanese Popstars and the Freestylers grace the decks. Stay tuned in the weeks ahead as many more artists have yet to be announced.
Tickets for Counter Culture's programme of events can be had right here on RA Tickets.