Club Scene – September 13, 2013

Clubbers to help ‘give a kid a quid’ appeal

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A personal favourite of mine returns tonight. If you like house and techno music, then Swanky Sessions is where you need to be.

From 10pm the Swanky team take over the upstairs of Drift bar in Palmerston Road.

As always, the focus is on local talent rather than big money headline acts. This time they have put together a mouth-watering line-up.

The Kemp brothers headline proceedings with support from super-talented Soul Status, Dan Smith, Brad Hill and Dirty Dandy’s very own resident Jack Higgins.

If you like things more commercial then downstairs offers the best in chart and popular party music with DJ Marco.

Entry prices vary, so arrive early.

Tomorrow night you do not want to be anywhere else other than the brand new Astoria Club.

The venue formally known as Pure has had a multimillion pound refit and boasts a clubbing experience like no other.

Love Amplified have taken full control of Saturday nights and will be bringing you the biggest names in the world of electronic dance music.

For the first of many, they have drafted in Hot Creations co-founder Lee Foss.

This guy is hot property at the moment with worldwide bookings and a schedule that only sees him play in the UK two more times this year.

Supporting him on the night will be residents DJ Abbo and the Business Partners.

Doors open at 10pm and will not shut until 5am.

Tickets are £10 and are available from the Rokii shop in Southsea or online at residentadviser.co.uk .

Last but not least, Tuesday nights are back in fashion for clubbers as Concrete Music take over the Registry from 9pm until 3am for their third birthday celebrations.

Along with the birthday decorations, you will enjoy the sounds of house, techno, disco, garage and bass music all night long.

Brace yourself as it could get messy and arrive early as this is always a sell-out.

Admission is £7 on the door.