B Zlatoustinsky per. 17
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||walk out of the metro, walk up Pokrovka, take first left Show Route
Propaganda is one of the first and better clubs in Moscow. Popular among clubbers and expats (especially house parties on Thursdays), chill-out crowd (quality electronic music on Tuesdays and Wednesdays), and gays (ChinaTown parties on Sundays), it manages to be popular and "alternative" at the same time. Recently (March 2007) they launched regular nu rave parties every Friday, which attract huge crowds with glowsticks and colorful outfits.
Fingathing in Propaganda club, Moscow
During the daytime, they serve tasty food and sell relatively cheap drinks. Meals start at $5, fresh juices - $3, beers - $3-$4). After 11, the tables and chairs are taken out, and what looked like a chill-out cafe is transformed into a bustling night club. The crowd cools down only by 4-5am.
To give you an idea about the kind of music they have there, among their previous guests were DJs from Ninja Tune, Compost, Grand Central, and major UK house labels.
The club's interior is very casual and nice, there's an open space at the dancefloor, as well as more intimate corners on the first floor.
On weekends a lot of people come to meet and get together, so if you go on Friday or Saturday it might remind some kind of dating gathering.
Text by WayToRussia.Net