This week SubCulture followers were treated to the stunning Nina Kraviz for a mere £2 extra on the entry as part of the SubClub 25 celebrations. Rammed most Saturdays anyway, the turn out for the night was beyond impressive, everyone pressed together trying to get a glimpse at the DJ booth. The vibe was electric and united though, a team effort to show adoration for Nina resulting in two different people handing over roses and a million awed glances. The Russian beauty played a flawless set that had the Kraviz fans and SubCulture veterans on the floor for the entire night. Her mixes had it bang on, and the visible work she was putting into the set is worth noting. Having seen Kraviz earlier this year at Arena in Berlin, I can assure you that although keeping to her sound, the bass vibrating through the SubClub floor couldn’t have worked better with her minimal techno/house set. Keeping the crowd on the edge for the whole night playing tune after tune, including, of course, ‘Ghetto Kraviz’ and showing us just why she’s renowned for those dance moves. However, not to be dismissed are residents Harri and Domenic who closed for the night, feeding through some 90’s euphoria vibes until the lights came on. There might not have been so many glossy eyed stares coming from the dance floor but they kept the crowd on a massive peak until the extended 4am closing time, giving no shortage of evidence that the SubCulture night is a worthwhile Saturday night out, even without Nina.