Club Scene with Sam Cherry

This weekend looks to be an exciting one as a wide array of artists are coming to take Portsmouth!

Friday, 24th February 2017, 3:23 pm
Updated Wednesday, 1st March 2017, 9:35 am

Tonight, DJs Lemon, Katt Pearson, Spikey and Ethan Owen, aka It’s A Sin take over The Wedgewood Rooms, Albert Road, with their fun blend of sinful pop anthems.

With these DJs expect feelgood tracks and a fun time. Doors open from 10.30pm until 2.30am, entry is free. More at

On the independent record label front this weekend, rising house and techno label AILA Records will be releasing house/techno DJ Brad Hill’s Bringing People Together EP. The EP will feature two soulful originals and two remixes courtesy of Natural Keys and Broken Beats (me!).

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On the tech-house front, tomorrow Love Amplified brings another huge name to Portsmouth as they present Bump N Hustle at Envy, Guildhall Walk, with headliner Sonny Fodera; an Australian-based house artist/DJ who rose to success with releases on established labels such as Defected and DirtyBird.

Joining Sonny will be Bob Povey, Jon Coomer and Soul Divide.

Standard tickets are £12 and students are only £6. Doors open from 10.30pm until 5am. Tickets from Fatsoma at

Tomorrow night at The Old Barn, Milton, promoters Progress take over with DJ sets focusing on progressive electronic music.

With promises of plenty of fresh and melodic beats, the line-up will see Andy Halsey b2b Ryan Bushell, Simon Bridgen and Holyghost from 8pm until 1.30am. Tickets on the door cost £3 from 8pm and £5 after 9pm.

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Monday night will see rising 22-year-old solo artist Laurel at The Edge of The Wedge in Albert Road. Temples Of Youth support, doors be open from 8pm until 10.30pm and tickets cost £7 from