new club – mode opens in west london
12 Acklam Road, nestled in Westbourne Park, has seen it’s fair share of nightlife. Starting out as Acklam Hall before becoming Subterania and then Neighbourhood before again transforming into Supper Club, the spot is now set for a new lease of life as Mode.
Mode opens it’s doors on 4th April. Dedicated to Notting Hills heritage and burgeoning arts scene, MODE will showcase a series of one-of-a-kind art works, from world-famous street artists such as Obey Giant to Andrew Cross, who has lifted MODEs exterior to showcase a series of unique 3D LED mapping graphics. A multi-faceted venue, Creative Director Robin Collings co-founder ofShangri-La has created a space for hedonistic escapism.
The venue has been decked out with a custom built, fully charged VOID Soundsystem (featuring the first VOID Stasys X:air in Europe and the first club in the world to utilise the VOID Tri-motion DJ Monitor system), a DJ booth featuring 4 Pioneer CDJ 2000 decks, 2 Technics 1210 vinyl decks and a DJM 900 Nexus set up and RMX 500 effects unit, creating a sonic experience that towers well above the normal standard found in London’s sprawling mass of venues, the first extreme sound-system to be fitted in a London Club.
For more info, check out the Mode website.