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27 Jan 12 The three Cs of clubbing: Concrete, Carnage and Chrome

Published on Friday 27 January 2012 07:59

The end of the month is here and, I have to say, it’s been a very promising start to the year.

We’ve had student spectaculars, all-out raves and alternative anarchy and the coming week sees more great nights to see-in February.

Breakneck and Concrete are teaming-up tomorrow night for a raucous rave to end all raves at the Wedgewood Rooms.

Chosen by Mixmag as one of Britain’s 30 best student nights, Concrete has been bringing big names in UK bass to Portsmouth for a few years now and their resident DJs will be joining Area Zero (Sekklow and SDM) and Charge for Breakneck, bringing together sounds of dubstep, house, techno, garage, grime, electro.

This five-hour spectacular starts at 10pm and entry is completely free all night long, so get there early.

Carnage is back by popular demand on Sunday for its first event of 2012. This night is by far the biggest student night in the city and features some of the best venues in town.

The route starts at Pure and travels through The Lyberry, V Bar, Yates, Fuzzy Duck and finishes up at Liquid Envy.

Portsmouth’s ultimate club crawl will be enhanced with the tint of flashing blue lights, as there will be a cops and robbers theme throughout.

T-Shirts cost £10 and are available from and give you access to all the venues above.

Club 8 have been making waves in recent months and they aren’t slowing down in 2012 as they launch another new night for Thursdays.

They call it an ‘urban experience’ and it’s all about the DJs with Chrome. The night features two fantastic DJs.

Mike Money is a south coast based DJ/producer who has been honing the art of mixing for more than 15 years. He has played at many clubs and festivals across the UK and Europe and won mixing competitions all over the country.

Over the years, as UK garage evolved into grime, bassline and funky house, DJ J Fresh flourished and adapted his skills with both turntables and CD decks in Bournemouth and Portsmouth to cut, chop, mix and scratch the funk out of all things urban.

So, in the safe hands of these two, you will be on the floor all night long.

The night runs from 9pm until 3am and entry is free.

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