Tribes DJ at LJR’s

THIS WEEK IN 1988: Nightclubs refuse acid house parties

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Camden’s very own indie rockers Tribes will be making an appearance in our city this week.

The rag-tag four-piece has gone from prodigious debutant slots opening for idols The Pixies to relentless grassroots grafting around the UK’s finest dives. They’ve been christened ‘The future of rock ’n’ roll’ by The Mystery Jets, a sentiment chimed by everyone from NME to Radio 1′’s Huw Stephens and Zane Lowe, the latter of whom named their debut single his Hottest Record In The World.

The much-acclaimed band will hit Little Johnny Russell’s tomorrow night for a special DJ set. Expect songs from their influences Nirvana, The Pixies, Pavement and REM as well as some of their own tunes and your requests.

It is advised to get there early to ensure entry. Admission costs £3 and the night will run until 2am.

The alternative music DJ and Pompey icon Pete Scathe will be back at the Edge of the Wedge tonight for a special night of Ozzy following the Blizzard of Ozz gig at the Wedgewood Rooms.

Music ranges from classic rock through to heavy metal, punk, and alternative anthems and the night attracts a hardcore following of dedicated alternative music lovers.

Doors open at 10pm admission is, as always, completely free.

Also tonight is a night that seriously draws the crowds as Pure present Remix to the Nineties.

This one does exactly what it says one the tin: a pure 1990s playlist covering all genres from Blur to the Spice girls. Their main aim is to keep you on the dance floor all nightlong.

Doors open at 10pm and last entry for the club is at 1am. Entry is free all night.

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