The UK’s freshest party scene has launched a record label.
The Greenwich nightclub, Studio 338, is branching out having launched its own record label and is ready to serve up some brand new parties.
The club space in Tunnel Avenue Boord Street, North Greenwich opened its doors in 2014 and has played host to hugely popular parties including Sankeys, Space Ibiza, and Cafe Mambo.
Release LDN was launched as the nightclub’s new label, and it is kicking off with a new EP of club-ready techno from music producer and DJ to watch, Syncia.
Studio 388 continues to roll out a huge list of events across its indoor, garden and terrace space.
From tomorrow to September 23, Studio 338’s parties include Bedrock Summer, Zamna London, Heaven After Dark and Lovejuice among others.
Tickets can be brought on https://www.studio338.co.uk
Picture: Studio 338 club night Picture: Vision Seven
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