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While this weekend will see the likes of CeeLo Green, Example, Pete Tong and Steve Angello grace Portsmouth to perform at Mutiny Festival, there will be plenty going on if you’re not attending.

It’s great to see plenty of fresh and established faces from Portsmouth also performing at Mutiny such as acts from The Renegade Project, Beats and Swing and Love Amplified.

If you’re attending Mutiny however, tonight Techno For An Answer presents Diemnox at Shack Bar and Kitchen maybe the perfect build-up for those who enjoy bumping techno and driving tech house beats. From 9pm, residents JAB (Cliquee and Brad Hill) will be joined by Diemnox residents Continue=High, Raw Constant and Wizard G MAN.

It’s free until 1am with more details at facebook.com
Of course for those who love alternative music, DJ Pete Scathe hosts Wolf Cub Club at The Edge of The Wedge tonight. It’s the usual free entry from 11.15pm until 2am, more details at facebook.com
If you’re a drum and bass fan stuck at home tonight, be sure to tune in to the Banksy and Dunn Drum and Bass show on Qbase Radio from 7.30-9.30pm (108fm or qbasefm.co.uk) as Elsta and Vinyl Richy (the founders of Murky Drum and Bass) take over as part of a warm-up for their next event.

On Sunday, The Old Barn will once again be presenting their mini day/night festival, Progress, with a smorgasbord of DJs alongside Chameleon Collective from 3pm – 1.30am. Serving up three rooms to choose from, including plenty of driving progressive beats in The Old Barn, a selection of dub, ambient and chillout cuts being played in the outdoor BBQ from 3pm until 8pm and reggae, dancehall, ska and jungle being played in The Old Barn by DJs from Chameleon Collective; including Tom Mayhem and Jut Phipps and Prince Brandon.

Pre-sale tickets cost £6 from oldbarnmilton.co.uk

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