A new nightclub called Glam is opening in London this summer.
DJs booked to play the opening run of parties include Armand Van Helden, Tony Humphries, Louie Vega, David Morales, Dave Lee, Moodena, Michael Gray, Jeremy Healy, Brandon Block and Allister Whitehead.
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The new venue is hosted in the spot that previously held Shoreditch’s Club Aquarium, and is a venture of Aquarium founders Paul Nelson and Carl McCormick, with a focus on “high-end design, plush decor, and an authentic, heartfelt house soundtrack”.
The press release notes: “It will be flamboyant and full of the disco dazzle that made Studio 54 such a cult spot, but always with a no-nonsense, proper house soundtrack.”
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Carl McCormick says: "I cut my teeth at the always beautifully designed and luxuriant Renaissance with its world-class DJs, and I'm not gunna lie, it's a huge inspiration for what we are doing with Glam. The club is just what everyone needs right now - something that's high-end, super special in every way, but never too stuffy or elitist. We're proudly going against the grain and redefining the glossy glam of the 90s with a contemporary soundtrack.”
Glam opens on June 25, with house heroes booked weekly for the foreseeable.
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Find out more at glamshoreditch.com.
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