The End

West End Boys: Layo & Bushwacka! and Mr C of The Shamen fame take you back to the beginnings to the End.

In 1995, Mr C and Layo Paskin created two arches of dancefloor joy, with high quality sound and an innovative DJ booth in the middle of the dancefloor. Some of the world's most legendary nights thrived right here in London's West End, from Hawtin’s Plus 8 and Minus parties to Layo and Bushwacka’s Olmeto. There was drum ’n’ bass (Ram Records, Renegade Hardware, Swerve); polysexual technodisko (DTPM); UK garage (Twice As Nice); indie-electro (Trash); dubstep (FWD>>); breaks and bass (Chew The Fat); techno (Subterrain, Bugged Out, Cocoon) and so much more. And there was a mighty fine dance bar upstairs in AKA, too.