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Thursday, 25 May 2017

Eight new UK clubs you need to know!

Eight new UK clubs you need to know!
- It hasn’t been the easiest few years for the UK scene — to put things mildly. From Sankeys and The Roadhouse in Manchester, to Dance Tunnel, Plastic People and Shapes in London, The Club in Paisley to Glasgow’s legendary Arches, the list of fatalities is long and distinguished.
Thankfully, though, there have been some glimmers of hope, too. Fabric is open again after an admirable fight for survival, and firing on full cylinders like it never went away. Meanwhile, Salford’s Islington Mill, a key northern hub for everything from topless techno to LGBT events, recently came out on top following a major license battle. The good news doesn’t end here, either.