The “new hub for underground electronic music” is located in east London.
The team behind London’s Studio 338 club, which was destroyed by fire last month, is launching a new venue called The Bridge.
As Mixmag reports, the venue is located in Bow, east London, and is described as “a new hub for underground electronic music.”
The team hasn’t revealed much about the venue or who will be playing there, but a promo video posted to the club’s Facebook page offers a very limited preview of the venue’s interior and soundsystem.
Previously known as Roka, The Bridge’s opening comes shortly after the team’s Greenwich club Studio 338 was destroyed by fire on August 8. One of the club’s employees, Tomas Ceidukas, died in the blaze.
Despite the team’s new venture, they have stated that Studio 338 will reopen in the future. A party to raise funds for the re-opening and Ceidukas’ family will take place at London’s Koko on September 17.