05/04/15: The buff and the bold were out in force as Brüt rocked London for a supercharged bank holiday blowout on Easter Sunday.
Taking in an amazing array of rampant attractions, three cavernous arches of beefed-up proceedings saw a mass of hairy hunks, dirty dudes and cuddly cubs going pec-to-pec on the packed dancefloors for one of the wildest parties of the Easter break. Top rankin’ action at the decks saw the likes of Alan X, Tom Stephan and Louis Lennon slammin’ down enough booming anthems in the main room to get the whole place swirling like a sea as the QX contingent threw our hands to the heavens under raking red lights. Next door, the mashed-up retro pop, dance and R&B bangers kept on coming with burly blokes taking on headstrong homos for booty shakin’ antics into the dawn. Elsewhere, the expansive bar played host to a man-sized Sunday social as the throng took a break from the dancefloor crush. Meanwhile, the upstairs chill lounge provided a wide-screen view of all the sensational shenanigans below as London’s hottest new mega-party made its mighty mark on the scene through ‘til super-late!
The Steel Yard, 13-16 All Hallows Lane, EC4R 3UL
Words by Chris John
Photos by Mark Storey