he design of the “radio” leaves no doubt. Inspired the legendary CBGB club in the New York complete with bathroom graffiti, original press cuttings on the walls documenting great moments in rock history.
You know that a place is cool when James Murphy of LCD soundsystem pops in for a surprise DJ set after a gig in Tel Aviv. Radio aspires to be a stronghold of the overnight culture without compromising quality music, original content, and user-friendly atmosphere. Due to its rising popularity over the past few years it does get way too full of an “average” crowd on weekends so we’d recommend you check out Pasáž, Deli or Block club if you’re feeling like hitting the dance floor. Musical content is the highlight of the “radio”. Every evening leading Tel Aviv DJ’s play indie rock and indietronica, updated classics alongside Punk and Garage.
Shadal St. 7
Opening Hours: 8pm-very late