The venue is one of the only standalone clubs that is solely dedicated to uplifting the country's electronic music community and artistry.
Resident Advisor has named Sydney/Eora's Club 77 as their club of the week.
The Darlinghurst institution now joins a strong list of amazing clubs recognised by the editorial site, joining names including Shenzhen in China, Bogart House in Brooklyn, Soup in Manchester, Venue MOT in London and many more.
Resident Advisor recognised the longstanding establishment by describing it as one of "Sydney's most iconic and longest running venues, Club 77 continues to endure as a vital hub for local nightclub culture. Club 77 is a progressive platform for the city's best parties and club nights, collaborating with like-minded promoters, artists and DJs."
"From the heady ‘90s and ‘00s through to the crippling lockout law era, they’ve endured as the city’s bastion of electronic music. This year the club celebrates new beginnings, relaunching as Sydney’s ultimate late-night dive bar, nightclub, and safe space for freedom and expression."
Club 77 is a small beacon of representation of the global dance scene in Sydney. The venue is one of the only standalone clubs that is solely dedicated to uplifting the country's electronic music community and artistry. 77 has an emphasis is on club music and the community it embraces, one that forms on the dance floor. Dance floor's are the most critical part of undergrounds dance music's history and its position in the wider music sphere, it is a melting pot of culture, politics and people, a space for anyone to engage in escapism.
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