Clubs — 10 November 2011
Cheap beats: free or a fiver or less (11-13 Nov)
Andrew Hung (photo credit: Damian Cugley

There’s a number of affordable options in clubland this weekend.

Friday has three freebies: at Junction Room on Kingsland Road, you can consume disco courtesy of the prolific Pete Herbert; up the road at the Baby Bathhouse, there will be more of an Italo flavour at Ali Renault’s album launch party; and at the Big Chill House, DJ Food and Andrew Hung (Fuck Buttons) will deliver a great blend of beats and bleeps.

Over the weekend there are also a few nights costing a few pounds. On Friday, tickets for Now Then Records Label Launch with Cocoon’s Simon Baker are £4; Saturday’s Manchester HomoElectric migration to Dalston headlined by Luke Unabomber costs £5 in advance; and Sunday’s Fuse at 93 Feet East with Italian electronic don Davide Squillace is £5 all day on the guest list.

Savage Pony
Friday 11 November
21.00-03.00

Junction Room
578 Kingsland Road
London E8 4AH

Transport: Dalston Kingsland

Magic Waves
Friday 11 November
21.00-02.00

The Baby Bathhouse
125 Church Street
London E8 4AH

Transport: Dalston Kingsland

44
Friday 11 November
20.00-02.00

The Big Chill House
257-259 Pentonville Road
London N1 9NL

Transport: Kings Cross

Now Then Records Label Launch
Friday 11 November
20.00-05.00

Nomad London
58 Old Street
London EC1V 9AJ

Transport: Old Street

HomoElectric
Saturday 12 November
22.00-03.00

Shacklewell Arms
71 Shacklewell Lane
London E8 2EB

Transport: Dalston Kingsland

Fuse 150
Sunday 13 November
15.00-10.30

93 Feet East
150 Brick Lane
London E1 6RU

Transport: Aldgate East / Liverpool Street

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Ian Cholerton mostly writes on music and clubs but willingly strays into other territories. Having called Dalston home for the past few years, he recently moved to Crouch End. He cried when The End shut down but new flames like XOYO have helped him to recover. His dj site is www.djcholly.com.

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