@ subterania

This gig replaced Roger Michael's "Eyeball Arizona" at sub and has had nothing but good reports since. are the record label who brought you Sasha, Digweed and Cox, so you could say that they know a thing or two about dance music.

Their mission statement for this first venture into regular club promoting is to bring back the fun and excitement lacking from so many of the capital's dancefloors.

The tunes played here cannot be pigeonholed; drum 'n' bass, garage, disco and underground house all take a turn on the Technics.

Carl Cox, LTJ Bukem, Karl "Tuff Enuff" Brown and Basement Jaxx have already displayed their wares. In rotation with residents Jools Bettle, Phil Perry and Danny Howells, the dancefloor looks set to be heaving. If not, stay chill on the PlayStations or with free helpings of Ben & Jerry's icecream. Saturdays, 12 Acklam Rd, London W10 (0171-610 2100) 10pm-3am pounds 10.

twice as nice

@ the colosseum

Sunday clubbing is a concept that many people doubted could work. One year on, this is probably the strongest gig of its kind. Everything from Garage anthems to rare groove and old-skool rhythms gets a spin.

The crowd are mature enough to organise sophisticated garbs for a Sunday night out; plenty of designer labels but few pretentiions to speak of. You can large it up on the dancefloor or chill.

Sundays, 1 Nine Elms Lane, SW8 (0171-272 4185) 8pm-3am, pounds 4 before 10pm/pounds 6 after