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While many have probably spent most of their money pleasing the other half this week for Valentines Day, there are plenty of events going on for those who are single and for those couples who’d rather party instead.

Kicking things off this week, tonight, fresh promoters Elevate Sounds will be hosting a night of house and techno at The Old Barn, Milton. The line-up will see a bill up-and-coming DJs in our local scene including Flatline, Drift, Lista, Howman, Piramyd and MCB. Entry will cost £5 and the doors will be open from 7pm until 1.30am. More details at facebook.com

On the drum and bass front however, Ransaked Records will be hosting a free night of pure underground jungle/drum and bass vibes at The Cueball Club in Fratton. The line-up will see MC ODOB joined by DJs Replay, NuOlogy, Baker, High T, Altex, Havok, Foreman, Zork and Nooch. Expect plenty of dark rolling tunes as the DJs takeover! Free entry from 8:30pm until 2am. For more information, visit Ransaked at facebook.com

As usual, DJ Pete Scathe will be hosting Wolf Cub Club at The Edge of The wedge as well tonight presenting his usual flavour of indie and alternative hits in his DJ sets. Entry is free from 11pm until 2am with more details at facebook.com

Tomorrow night, Concrete Music return to Portsmouth for their second outing of the year at Envy nightclub, Guildhall, as they present their headliner AJ Tracey – an exciting new grime artist from west London.

Doors open from 11pm until 3am and AJ Tracey will be joined by Concrete residents as well as his tour support – this is a big one for Portsmouth’s grime scene!

Tickets cost £8 for students and £10 for standard entry. More information can be found at facebook.com

On Saturday, Rhythm of The ’90s will be performing a huge gig at The Pyramids, Southsea. With support from DJ Lemon, The Machete and Blackfoot Circle. Entry is from 8pm until 2am and tickets cost £20. Expect quite the show with more information at facebook.com

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