The Electrik Warehouse Club Liverpool (formerly Krazy House) - 3 Floors, 3 Bars, 3 nights! This converted warehouse blasts the best of the themes, Indie, Rock and cheeeese for the old 80's lovers!
Indie is the second floor and once you're in, you're staying! You can't like indie and not go here; it's one of the main clubs for indie in Liverpool, so once you've been Arts Club and Zanzibar Club you have to come here to complete your night to top standard.
A mass of students and local Liverpool people so you're in for a treat! In a simple way, I quote my good friend and say it's "ITV's Funhouse for the over 18's."
As someone who is aiming to be there in 2020 so I can say I have been there in 4 different decades (Ageing with the same lack of grace that I "dance" with lol), I have to say that the changeover to being the Electrik Warehouse has been a series of highs and lows that would make a rollercoaster at Alton Towers jealous. I won't comment on the Medication nights because those are not aimed at a bloke in a long black coat and black hat and to my knowledge they don't have anything resembling a rock element to their nights. The Saturday nights used to incorporate a rock and metal area where the old pool room used to be but that has gone as of about 4 weeks ago (at time of writing). Room 2 (K2) does play a decent quality of music (I'm 42 in the middle of November and it's perfectly acceptable to me) but what is just lazy and unprofessional is to play certain songs more than once in the same night. No matter how good "Mr. Brightside" or "She's Electric" are, no song should get a second airing on the same night. If we'd have done that at the Cavern at the turn of the century, we'd have been hauled over the coals at least and out of a job at worst. (Now some of you know why I follow the lights when I am tracking the beat of a song...) I know some of the DJs that work there have a history with the place and some don't but to people with a love for rock, indie, metal etc the EW, K, whatever you want to call it, is as iconic as the Cavern is to Beatles and 60s music lovers. Both places had toilets that would make E.coli recoil at the turn of the century too but I digress. Would I prefer the return of the metal room? Sure I would but there are probably 500-600 other people there on a Saturday that could care less. Cue Spock's "Needs of the many" speech. All I will say on that point is that sometimes change for change's sake can sometimes do more harm than good. The door staff are always good to me and look after everyone to the best of their ability. They long since realised I am daft as a brush! The bar staff do a great job. Last Saturday, they did very well despite it being like the Alamo at about 2am or so (I can only comment on Room 2/K2). Please read this as a positive review overall because almost every experience I've had in the last year and change has been good. There are enough "keyboard warriors" out there who will complain about the place not being exactly as they want it be or exactly as they remember it so I've no need to add to that. I am sure the Swan Inn will appreciate the extra business (Hi Chris!) from those who want metal exclusively. Until then, enjoy the Electrik Warehouse for what it is instead of moaning about what it's not.
Dark, dingy and the floor is every so sticky - but so much fun at the same time.
The Krazy House can only be described as unique. Many people who you would follow the "alternative" life-style can be found here, and it's because in The Krazy House people can just simply be themselves without being judged.
Yes it's filthy, yes it's dirty, but it can be damn good to. If you plan on visiting this place, just a tip, wear clothes that you don't mind getting ruined.
You pay an entry for : Krazy house does not have enough staff, the bathrooms are filthy, feet stick to the floor. The sound is lousy. The horrific treatment of maids. They have no complaint form. I do not return even if someone paid me to enter. Not recommended.
It's crazy man
This place ROCKS!!!
I love the krazy house. why? Because I'm aloud to be me!
It's vast, dark, dingy and full of students and Morrissey-esque school kids but it's all so much fun! Worth a trip - just don't wear your best clothes!