It seems, after Guildhall Walk has owned the weekend club nights so far this year that, you’ll be spending your Friday and Saturday night in Albert road this week.
Tonight, of course, is It’ a Sin. After the last instalment, the first of 2012, Spikey Mark and DJ Lemon showed that they are going to carry on playing a great mix of retro. Pre-year-2000 party anthems and classic tunes, from 1950s rock ‘n’ roll to ’90s indie, Britpop and dance, via all that was good, or shockingly bad, from ’80s pop and power ballads.
As always, the best part of It’s a Sin is that entry is completely free.
Read Steady Go sees a return tomorrow night. Hipshaker are teaming up with Right Track Scooter Club for the grooviest ’60s soul, rock, ska, pop and scooter rally classics night in town.
The Hipshaker residents will be on hand as well as DJs Nelly, Biggles and Jo. There will also be a live performance from Ska’d For Life.
Doors open at 9pm and tickets cost £5 in advance and on the door.
Oceana in Southampton are putting on a special version of Fuzzy Logic on Wednesday night in aid of the end of the January exams.
One of the UK’s biggest student nights present the Full Moon Party featuring exciting games, cheap drinks and some of the best music around, including the best in mainstream dance, electro, r ‘n’ b and indie.
Admission costs £4.50 if you book online at oceanaclubs.com or £6 on the night.
Finally, head down to The Registry on Thursday night as they are putting on a jam-packed version of their popular night Church Gone Wild.
The all-request disco features all the best latest indie and alternative from Florence and the Machine to Friendly Fires. The night also features all the beautiful gloom of Deaf Club and epic dream-pop from Jimmy Stuart.
Entry is free and most drinks are £1.95 all night.
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