Halloween was a big one this year, Discreet’s Even Stranger Things party smashed it at The Pyramids as they were all sold out for their last event. What a great note to end on too!
Kicking things off this weekend on the tech house front, Zeal Movement will be teaming up with After Hour Events to present headline DJs Mirko Di Florio and Maze and Masters at The Lounge and Theme, Southsea.
As usual, Zeal will be bringing the heat with top notch tech-house sessions from 9pm until 3am. Zeal resident DJs will be joined by After Hours residents alongside like Gary Wood and LJ Arthur in room 2. Tickets cost £7.50 with more details at facebook.com
Tomorrow night, Trash Arts will be hosting an evening for Don’t Hate, Donate at The Edge of The Wedge, Albert Road. Don’t Hate, Donate focus on gathering and transporting aid for refugees, giving them food, clothing and shelter. This fundraiser is for a new warehouse for donations for transportation. The evening will feature a plethora of acts in live music, film and poetry from 6pm until 1am including as Nu Rhetoric and Frankie Dear Drop Dead. For more details visit facebook.com
Also Saturday night is the return of underground disco collective COR – Civilisation Of The Rough – at the Coastguard Studio, Southsea. They are set to return with a series of intimate parties bringing soulful house and disco vibes. Doors open from 8pm until 2am, tickets cost £5 from cordisco.co.uk
Next Thursday, Portsmouth’s house music icon Shadow Child (Food Music) will be headlining Concrete Thursday at The Astoria, Guildhall Walk.
His sets are dripping with dark, bass-filled vibes and if you didn’t manage to catch him at Mutiny Festival this year, I recommend you do so now! Doors open from 10pm until 2am followed by an after party until 5am. Tickets cost £5 as a student or £6 as a non-student, more details at facebook.com