Club Scene for April 12, 2013


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Club 8 starts everything off tonight with what is fast becoming their most popular night, 212.

If you are still unsure about what this night is about, it’s simple – two floors, one club and £2 drinks.

Mainstay DJ-A is back. Since 2005, he’s worked alongside and warmed-up for some big names like Tim Westwood and N-Dubz.

His remixes and mash-ups have even made the air on BBC Radio 1Xtra.

This week, he’s joined by DJ Dafo, solo outfit that thrives off producing and DJing the best in grime, garage, electro, break and hip hop.

He has worked with Artful dodger, So Solid, N-dubz and Dizzee Rascal.

Put your names on the Facebook guest list and you’ll get free entry before 10.30pm.

Otherwise, entry costs £1 before 10.30pm, £3 before midnight and £5 after.

Tomorrow night, Amplified Sessions returns to the Wedgwood Rooms with another solid line-up.

Born in 2007 as the brainchild of DJs Daniel Back and Craig Abbot, Amplified started out as an intimate monthly party for friends, fans and regulars.

Word spread quickly and Amplified’s reputation grew from strength to strength to become the popular night it is today, throwing some of the biggest and best parties on the south coast.

Previous acts have included Dave Spoon, Pete Tong and Example so, trust me, these guys know their stuff.

Tomorrow night their guests will be Jessie V, Abbo and The Business Partners.

Despite coming together only fairly recently, The Business Partners look more than comfortable taking control of the dance floor with their huge, bassy, tech-house style.

A string of successful gigs in the south saw them rise up the ranks to join the Amplified boys at the legendary Ministry of Sound under Defected in the House and Joris Voorn Presents.

Tickets cost £10 and are available on the door or at The night runs from 10pm until 3am.