Armando Records and its ‘décor’ shows Bogotá nightlife as its grungy, carefree best, with plenty of bare stone and not much else in terms of interior design to speak of. Instead, the focus of the club is on a large terrace complete with sloping roof to keep clubbers dry. It’s crowded, to say the least, and there’s not much room for throwing shapes; here, it’s more about drinking than dancing. Drinks-wise, it’s about no-frills beer, while the music rock is, indie or sometimes even indie-rock (admittedly, it’s not too versatile). Throw on a pair of ripped jeans and check it out.