Dubai’s Analog Room Secures Own Venue
It’ll be open six nights a week
Amazing news coming out of Dubai: after seven years of throwing parties in various spots around the city, homegrown and much-loved club Analog Room has secured its own venue.
While keeping its exact location under wraps for now, the new venue – which will boast the Analog Room name – is scheduled to open early August. An online post by Analog Room founder Mehdi Ansari, who also DJs under the alias Shemroon, stated it would be open six nights a week.
In recent years, Analog Room has held parties in Stereo Arcade, Industrial Avenue, Story Rooftop Lounge and The Q Underground. Past guest have included Ben UFO, Nobu, A Guy Called Gerald, Patrice Scott, Terrence Parker and Moritz Von Oswald.
Always championing underground culture in Dubai, Ansari is also director of MUTEK AE and staged a regional version of Montreal’s famed audio-visual festival for the first time in 2017.
More news on Analog Room’s new home as soon as we have it.