New venue opens in London


Written by James Ratcliffe
25 Tuesday 25th February 2014

Studio 338 is set to change the recession hit London clubbing landscape for good, launching the first and only all night terrace for over 1,500 revellers. Spacedub present an explosive first line-up featuring house legend MK alongside techno pioneer Kevin Saunderson and more. Taking place on Saturday March 1st, in Greenwich.

Studio 338 will reinvigorate and cement London's position as the worlds number 1 clubbing city by offering a bright green shoot to the nightlife landscape. The venue will provide an eclectic mix of electronic and live music events, the venue offers the very best through its multi-functional space, acute emphasis on visuals and the unrivalled VOID soundsystem which is fitted throughout. Studio 338 has seen a multi-million pound investment, the new terrace sets the scene for balleric brilliance as clubbers are able to experience the best electronic DJs in the world from sun set to sun rise. Away from the main terrace, a tropical paradise lounge space will provide party goers with a space to unwind and take a breather from the action.

Studio 338 opens its 2014 season with the delectable MK, having recently hit the UK number one spot with his rework of Storm Queen’s ‘Look Right Through’. As an artist who champions house music, MK has become a much-loved DJ with his heart set on making clubbers dance. Widely regarded as one of the most important figures on the dance scene, Kevin Saunderson will also be playing Studio 338’s opening with a party set that is sure to keep the party moving.

Music Director Dan Perrin said:
'Studio 338 is the most exciting thing to happen to London's Underground music scene in many years. A large scale new place to party with a totally unique all night terrace, amazing sound throughout and a fantastic program. It gives me itchy feet just thinking about the Summer here!'

Studio 338 will be launching a full season of events in the coming weeks.
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