From 9pm until 3am, expect plenty of hefty tech-house beats from As-One, DJ Biggs, Faith, Harley, Stanley Hood, Brad King, Gilo, Jack Jennings and Mojan. The dress code is '˜dance with the dead', so make sure you get involved in the post-apocalyptic theme. Expect it to be a busy one! Tickets Â£6Â from residentadvisor.net.
Meanwhile over at The Kings on Albert Road, Southsea, tonight BPM Alchemy will host techno event The Kings and the AlchemistsÂ from 8pm until 1am with DJs Andrew Robertson, Scott Stoneage, Tony Shelton and Markus Saarlander. More details at facebook.com.
Tomorrow in the drum and bass scene, Fractured DnB return to The Barn in Milton to present Fractured + Locals which will see a large collaboration with various drum and bass DJs back-to-back in the mix from 8pm until 3am.Â The line-up includes Stubzy b2b Grunt (Lo-Wave), Zork (Ransaked) b2b Spinzee (OHM), Disruption b2b Luke Loud (Surface), Mota b2b RJM (OHM), Banksy (Beats and Swing) b2b Havok (Ransaked) and B2 b2b Cloaker (Lo-Wave). Entry is onlyÂ Â£3 all evening. Expect plenty of rollers and neurofunk! More details at facebook.com.
Over at The Wedgewood Rooms in Southsea tomorrow, Beats and Swing return with Beardyman.Â Known for his quirky comedy and improvised electronica/beatboxing performances, Beardyman has become a festival favourite! Support is from Jacks and Wesley Brown. Tickets cost Â£16, from 8pm until 11.30pm. More detailsÂ at wedgewood-rooms.co.uk.
Meanwhile back over at Tiger Tiger, LMSUK Media present grime/hip-hop DJ Charlie Sloth of BBC Radio 1 fame. Soon to be starting his new show with Apple Music on Beats Radio, Charlie Sloth has become a big name in the scene. It takes place from 9pm until 2am, ticketsÂ cost Â£16. More details can be found at facebook.com.