B London is something all new and music-centric for the West side of the capital. Now open to the public, with its chic industrial style, the venue launches in earnest with a run of events featuring Dan Ghenacia, Adam Ten, Keinemusik’s Reznik (in collaboration with Perplex London), Mita Gami, Paul Oakenfold, and Carl Cox who plays for a charity night in support of The Baobab School in Nairobi, with more to be announced.
B London has put a huge amount of thought into making the space a perfect place for DJs and dancers. It boasts a five-ton concrete DJ booth in the heart of the space, especially catered toward visiting vinyl selectors – a rarity in West London – as well as a world class and professionally tuned D&B sound system throughout.
Situated at the site of a former West London celebrity haunt, the compact space now features low level strip lighting and diffuse neon lights, as well as walls adorned in graffiti by renowned artist Josh Colwell aka JXC. It is all set up for the music to be centre stage each night, with additional membership options offering discounts and exclusive benefits for the B London community.
Celebrated French house master Dan Ghenacia, who is one third of Apollonia, plays on 31st March and is sure to go deep into his A-grade collection. Mita Gami is up on April 7th, a Boston born and psychedelic house innovator who serves up sensory soundtracks, while Reznik of Keinemusik association plays on April 21st, an artist renowned for his unique sense of groove and spirituality. Paul Oakenfold plays on April 15th, then Israeli’s pioneering talent Adam Ten on April 28th, before UK legend and global star Carl Cox brings all his considerable know-how, years of techno innovation and globe-trotting DJ travels to the dance floor on May 25th, to raise money for The Baobab School in Kenya.
31st March – Dan Ghenacia
7th April – Mita Gami
15th April – Paul Oakenfold
21st April – Reznik (Keinemusik)
28th April – Adam Ten
25th May – Carl Cox
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