End of clubs as we know them?

http://m.vice.com/en_uk/read/ten-ways-to-improve-clubbing-in-2014

Its not too often that I will ‘cut and paste’ another bloggers post into my own, but I must admit when I read this I have nt agreed with someones comments so much for a long time. Just like the pub trade, the club trade is in danger of dying.  I am lucky to belong to a  social circle which includes underground dj’s which hold their own nights.  The cost of the nights are reasonably priced, alcohol is cheap at around £2/£2.50 and the music is always great.  The venues are carefully selected usually just outside of the city, ensuring we don’t get trouble makers coming in off the street.  It’s no surprise that the organisers are also responsible for holding free parties in the area.  It’s these people that know how to keep the spirit alive. You can turn up, dressed in whatever you like, dance however you like and do whatever you like, as long as you want to party and have a good heart.  Not like majority of city mainstream clubs where if your face does nt fit then you are not getting in.  Not that I would be bothered, as usually these are the clubs where the bouncers are like something off Judge Dredd which causes the ultimate ‘on edge’ atmosphere and you cant get into the toilets because they are full of people checking themselves in the mirrors.

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