Alister Morgan on clubs

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3001 A Bass Odyssey is the second quarterly gig produced by multi- media artists Zion Train (right). On this occasion, they touch down at The Rocket in north London. A cosmopolitan and unpretentious crowd will be treated to sound systems Boomshakalaka and Conscious Sounds keeping the bass throbbing with dub house before Zion Train perform live at midnight. Giant visuals, dub decor and organic video are the order of the day and together with food and market stalls make for a varied and interactive mood. You won't find a better dub all-nighter in the capital. Tonight 10pm-6am, The Rocket, London N7, pounds 10/pounds 8 concs

Club UK Ipswich attracts a young and well-groomed crowd to Hollywood's each weekend - the decor is impressive and the DJ line-up is always eye- catching. With three rooms playing sounds ranging from hard house to garage, there's something for everyone. Graham Gold headlines this week in the booth along with a varied supporting cast including Mr Music, Chris Brown and Pauly C. Sat 10pm-4am, The Maltings, Ipswich. pounds 6-10.30pm/pounds 7 after.

Barcaboodle on Saturday nights, at London's Raw, is gaining quite a reputation at present. The vibe is second to none, owing to great tunes and a bar room where you can have a conversation without resorting to hand signals. The main room tours through classic funk, hip-hop and garage; Luke Neville, Noel Watson and Jules Vern are steering the wheels of steel this weekend.

Sat 10.30pm-4.30am, Raw, 112a Great Russell St London WC1, pounds 12.