Tomorrow is the end of an era. Metalheadz will unlock their record bags for the last time before moving to Complex. It's been three years since they moved from Heaven to the Blue Note - anyone who attended the Heaven gigs will be drum'n'bass converts, but who would have thought that the Blue Note sessions would be just as good.

Loxy, DJ Lee, Doc Scott and Kemistry & Storm feature on the decks tonight for a cosmopolitan group of regulars who aren't afraid of the dancefloor. Goldie will also be putting in an appearance, with support from Randall, J Majik and MCs Justice and Fats. If you never got around to sampling the Sunday Sessions, tomorrow is a good night to start. Simply the best of drum'n'bass.

Tomorrow, 1 Hoxton Square, N1 (0171-729 8440) 6pm-late pounds 8/pounds 4 members

Euroclectic is a series of nights incorporating the collective musical talents of the finest electronic artists and DJs from Italy, Austria and Slovenia.

Part of the Festival of Central European Cultural Euroclectic, this is the first of two sessions (part two on 9 Jul) on the use of native tongues in international music.

Funk band Casino Royal jet in from Italy after recently supporting U2, while fellow Italian DJ Gruff delivers a set full of breaks and deep funk, left-field style.

An interesting innovation in a sea of bland house clubs.

Tue, 333 Old Street, EC1 (0171-739 5949) 10pm-3am pounds 5/pounds 4 concessions

This soul-and-funk night plays all the classic rare grooves and 1980s tunes, while spinning the choicest cuts from the 1990s. The cosmopolitan crowd is relaxed and friendly in the upstairs area, while downstairs the only way to move through the crowd is to bust a move or two. That old warehouse feel has you coming back for more. Arrive early for free entry and the best night out you've had in months.

Fri, 1 Town Hall Parade, Brixton Hill, SW2 (0171-326 5100) 10pm-4am admission free/pounds 3 after 10pm

After a year's absence, Wall of Sound return with a new weekly residence on Wednesdays at Ormonds, where the club's two floors will house two separate decades of music.

Upstairs in the Neon Room, resident DJ Jacques Lu Cont drops tunes from the 1980s with a host of guest DJs and celebrities.

Downstairs in the Basement, we fast-forward to the 1990s, where DJ Touche keeps the bpm high and hard. Derek Dahlarge, Jon Carter, Dirty Beatniks and The Boogie Knights all take their turns on the Technics.

With a relaxed midweek vibe and cheap booze between 7pm-9pm, this is definitely worth a visit.

Wed, 91 Jermyn Street, W1 (0171-490 0391) 7pm-3am pounds 5.