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Clubbing Capital: Los Angeles

by Akhil Kalepu

Jul 29, 2016

Exchange, Los Angeles, California © Tony Nungaray | Flickr

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California is more respected for its rave scene, but Los Angeles has plenty of clubs that cater to everyone, from downtown warehouse veterans to the Hollywood celebrity crowd.

 

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The Echoplex

Not many tourists find themselves in East LA, but residents of Silver Lake and Echo Park seem to love the nightclub/live music venue. The marquee has a diverse array of performers with something interesting going on almost every day.

 

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Exchange

The enormous club has four floors and 25,000 square feet of space, serving as a venue for DJs, live bands, private parties and fashion shows. A recent renovation brought the former stock exchange to modern times with a Funktion One sound system and a 200-square-foot LED screen.

 

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Sound

Underground dance can be hard to find in this city, but Sound fills the void with their philosophy of combining cutting-edge technology with a carefully curated lineup of performers.

 

 

Avalon

Avalon is one of the city’s biggest and oldest clubs, known for its Spanish colonial exterior and its history as a theater and live music venue that once hosted The Beatles. Today, it’s popular for the superstar DJs it pulls, as well as being a late-night party spot thanks to a 24-hour liquor license.

 

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