From the team behind London’s Field Day festival, a new venue is coming to the East End, at a time when the city has seen many of its cherished clubs close in the past few years. On 15th September, XOYO will open it’s doors in an old printing works on Cowper Street, just off Old Street, for the first time. The space will hold up to 800 people, and as John Burgess of Bugged Out! says, “ XOYO couldn’t have come at a better time for club promoters. Bugged Out have been roaming the city in search of somewhere to lay our hat since The End closed and this venue has a great location, a unique layout and is the right size to put on big events whilst retaining the intimacy we always need for our parties.” Bugged Out! begins a new residency on 18th September and launches the Suck My Deck C.D mixed by Friendly Fires at the same time. Ticket for the night are priced £12.50 are available here . Possibly even more exciting is XOYO’s potential as a live gig space. Promoter Tom Baker says, "I am really excited about hosting Eat Your Own Ears gigs at XOYO, London has been crying out for a new multi-room venue.” With a main room of 450 capacity, it’s also the perfect size to see acts like Mount Kimbie, James Blake, Ramadanman, Dan Deacon, No Age, Xiu Xiu, James Yuill and We Have Band, all of whom will be appearing soon. We’ll keep you informed.