The Tobacco Dock car park, has already become of the most talked about hubs in London’s underground circuits. Having already been christened by the likes of Adam Beyer, Mr. G, Nina Kraviz, Scuba, Mathew Jonson and more; the space has created many unforgettable moments. Suiting the harder and more pumping styles, the sound travels with a real industrial feel, creating the ultimate techno mecca.
Having made the journey from the venue’s central quadrant- down an arched brick tunnel, you will reach the entrance to the car park; and never has the prospect of walking into one seemed so exciting! As a wave of sound the side of your face, a few flickers of light will catch your sight, and you’ll be immediately drawn towards the front. Seeing the crowd your feet will start to twitch, as you begin to get swallowed up into this techno dungeon.
Already the talk of the town in techno circles, this will be the perfect setting for Pan-Pot and the Second State at LEAF Club on 7th March. Modeselektor will also be stepping up at this event, and they’ll be special guests in the car park.