The quest for beats and bass. This is the story of a young, suburban dweller's first foray into London’s underground drum-and-bass scene.
In this semi-autobiographical, guided tour-tale, Paul Cree takes you on a journey through London’s vibrant city-centre, past old nightclubs and record shops, while telling you about his first trip to the legendary End nightclub.
Music produced by W. Scott Cree.
Nelson's Column, Trafalgar Square, China Town, The Hippodrome, Bar Rumba, Madame Jojo's, Soho Square, Centre Point, The End
You'll get to Embankment station via the District line and Northern line tubes. There are also plenty of busses, which stop at Charing Cross station; it's just a short walk from there. When you come out of the exit, you should have a park on your right and a Starbucks in front of you.
Places to stop along the way:
There are plenty of coffee shops and bars etc along the way.
Best time of day:
Early morning or afternoon when it's a bit quieter.
Keep an eye out for traffic as you will be crossing some very busy roads. The streets are also likely to be packed with people so take care when walking.
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