Saturday 24th March saw UK production trio, the Disciples, head to Roxy for an epic evening of cool vibes, great clientele and epic music.
In my opinion, I have to say that Roxy is one of the best nightclubs in Prague. It wasn’t always this way, as it did once have a bit of an infamous reputation but the club is now clean, safe and enjoyable at all times. The drinks aren’t overpriced and the ambiance is pretty relaxed, given the great location, late finishes and big names coming to perform here. Walking around the club, relatively sober at 03:00, I felt safe and relaxed, enjoying the good music on offer and cool people in the club.
Michael C kicked the evening off and was already getting the crowd hyped when I arrived. He is no stranger to Roxy, being the resident DJ, performing his progressive house style on a regular basis and helping with the event production. Michael C lists Depeche Mode, Mike Oldfield and Daft Punk among his musical influences and you can certainly hear the different styles collaborating well.
“Definitely one of the best performances this year. The whole club was buzzing, everybody was really enjoying the music, even before Disciples came out and smashed it. Awesome night” – Roxy Regular
The crowd were responding well to Michael C, and the club was filling up by the time Disciples entered the room and cranked it up a notch. They came in confidently and took over from Michael C, cranking up the collective mood of the crowd. People were dancing, getting carried away with the music and cheering when their favorite Disciples track started.
“Definitely going back to Roxy for more gigs in the near future. I think Disciples were awesome. I’m downloading the album in the morning!” – New Disciples fan
The Disciples were absolutely epic, and whilst I would never have considered myself a die-hard fan of theirs, I reckon I’ll be the first to buy tickets if they decide to come back to Prague. On this performance and the reception they received, I’m guessing they might be back here before too long.
Check out some shots from the evening:
Needless to say, it was a top class event and well worth the entry fee. Roxy is a safe, cool and positive environment where you can hear some original music in an awesome venue. I would absolutely recommend heading to events here. It is undoubtedly one of the best clubs in Prague for music.
Take a look here for the upcoming events at Roxy:
FRI 30/03/2018 – 23:00
The German deephouse / techno producer & ME is known globally and has worked with some huge artists on epic collaborations. His sets were revered by fans all over the world at festivals like BPM, DGTL or Sonus.
WED 02/05/2018 – 20:00
The broody brass band, composed of the seven brothers of renowned jazz trumpeter Phil Cohrana plays for the first time in Prague its mixture of jazz, funky, afrobeat and hip hop.
WED 27/06/2018 – 19:00
One of the most striking rock bands of the last two decades of the Black Rebel Motorcycle Club is heading to the Prague at the end of June. The San Francisco band survived the turbulence of recent years, and at the beginning of the year released the eighth studio album Wrong Creatures. Tickets will be on sale from Tuesday 20 March (15:00).