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5 reasons to go out...
1... Coldcut and Hexstatic
Concorde 2, Madeira Drive, Brighton, Friday, April 27
Ninja Tunes host a special night celebrating more than 20 years of Solid Steel Radio, the cut-up radio show launched on Kiss FM by Coldcut.
Tonight’s show features a DJ set from Coldcut and a live show from Hexstatic, mixing turntablism, drum and bass, techno, and breakbeats.
Support from DJ Ideal, Fidel Cutstro and Neil Bizy.
11pm to 4am, £8. Call 01273 673311.
2... Vice launch party
Green Door Store, Trafalgar Street Arches, Brighton, Friday, April 27
Big deal headline the mix of DJs and live bands helping launch Vice’s new issue in Brighton, one of a series of magazine launch parties across the country.
Also on the bill playing live are Old Forest, Dignan Porch and Omi Palone, with DJ sets from Be Nothing, Youthlessness, Cupboard Music and Big Teddio.
11pm to 4am, free. Visit vice.com/issuelaunch for drinks tokens.
Concorde 2, Madeira Drive Brighton, Saturday, April 28
Mercury Music Prize-winner Roni Size headlines this monthly drum and bass night, with support from TC, Delta Heavy, Overdose and D Double U, plus a second room of breakbeat, jungle and hip-hop.
11pm to 4am, £10. Call 01273 673311.
Coalition, King’s Road Arches, Brighton, Saturday, April 28
Dubstep rockers Modestep take to the decks for a rare DJ set, supported by bass music duo Major Look and Doorly.
11pm to 3.30am, £12. Call 01273 606312 or 01273 325440.
Digital, King’s Road Arches, Brighton, Thursday, May 3
Last time the Belgian DJing duo came to Digital they packed the club out, so expect a hectic Thursday night from the pioneers of the mash-up.
Support from Blah Blah Blah DJs.
11pm to 4am, £20. Call 01273 325440 or 01273 606312 More from The Guide
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