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  • By the time this Friday swings around, global drum'n'bass club Hospitality will have already celebrated the coming of 2011 by holding a New Year's Day party in Sydney, Australia and a midweek bash in the Alps.

    Clubs picks of the week

  • And now, people in H&M will think dubstep is a bit like tidied-up drum'n'bass, with no bass, and a random singer on top, rather than a vast, innard-rearranging expression of our own eternal loneliness in the face of the urban void (possibly).

    Magnetic Man by Magnetic Man – review

  • The UK's jungle movement of that period is similarly unique, as fresh and adventurous as dubstep was initially, and similarly went on to inform a wide swath of diverse musics, not least drum'n'bass, and its party scene has traded influence with sections of the UK reggae movement ever since.

    This week's new clubs

  • His first novel, King Rat, published in 1998, was a twisted version of the Pied Piper story set in London's clubland, with drum'n'bass coursing through its prose.

    A life in writing: China Miéville

  • Tonight drum'n'bass turntablist Andy C presents his own take on this chewy task when he brings his Alive! show to Brighton.

    Clubs picks of the week

  • A big old-school drum'n'bass tune, straight out of Toronto, Canada, that smashes any dancefloor.

    Harangue The DJ: Andy C

  • A classic drum'n'bass song from many years ago that should have been a hit.

    Harangue The DJ: Andy C

  • Their Halloween edition is an especially dark and twisted offering, including dubstep act Tek-One live alongside DJ sets from Phace, drum'n'bass DJ Fred V and regulars Chimpo and Elvee.

    This week's new clubs

  • As usual, it's a seven-arena beast with a tilt twixt drum'n'bass and hardcore plus every sub-genre in between.

    This week's new clubs

  • The night's genre-blending ethos combines funk with breaks, beats with soul and drum'n'bass with electro and, to mark the occasion of their sixth birthday on Friday, DJ/production duo Jack Beats bring their Jack Loves UK Tour to The Cab, with one-man dancefloor demolition company Krafty Kuts, plus Utah Saints and Trilogy providing backup.

    Clubs picks of the week

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