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THIS WEEK IN 1988: Nightclubs refuse acid house parties

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It’s been another busy weekend in Portsmouth – my team, The Renegade Project, held our Clive Henry warmup takeover at Shack Bar in Albert Road, thanks to our special guests Latecomer.

Tonight It’s A Sin take over The Wedgewood Rooms, Albert Road with top-notch anthems stretching way back to the ’50s, up to modern indie and pop hits. Supporting the Sin DJs will be local vinyl legends Funk Klub playing funk, soul and everything in between in The Edge of The Wedge.

Doors open from 10pm until 2.30am, free as usual!

Tonight we also have promoters Digital Pollution back again with twisted breaks and hard-hitting techno beats at The Old Barn in Milton. The line-up consists of DJs Jake, Turbo Dan, Rambo, Mitz, Kilsea and Holy Ghost. Doors from 8pm until 1am, £3 on the door. More details at facebook.com
Tomorrow will see the return of one of Portsmouth’s biggest female house DJs, Liz Cornick, alongside one of the founders of PunchFunk Records, Simon Blann at Shack Bar, taking over an entire evening with deep and soulful house goodness! Free entry from 8pm until 1am, for more details visit facebook.com
Speaking of which, Liz, Latecomer and The Renegade Project B2B (ADG, Broken Beats – myself, Flatline and LA-TO) will be supporting at one of the biggest house nights to grace Southsea this year, Magic Brains Productions presents Clive Henry next Friday, April 29 at The Loft, Albert Road.

Clive Henry boasts huge feats during his 20-year career such as founding record label Low Pressing and becoming a resident DJ with Circoloco in Ibiza, landing him residencies at the likes of DC10 and stages worldwide.

Magic Brains Productions will be giving all proceeds from the event to the charity Missing People.

Tickets cost £5, doors will be open from 9pm until 1am. Definitely not one to miss! More details at facebook.com