EDITED BY JANE MULKERRINS thirtysomething clubbers. Run by authors and DJs Bill Brewster and Frank Broughton -- the brains behind DJ History, a website packed with interviews, news and disco music in all its many forms -- their warehouse and boat parties run only a few times a year so tickets sell out fast. Sign up to the mailing list for their themed parties of Seventies, Eighties and Nineties sounds. The next Low Life party is the Halloween bash on 25 October (djhistory.com/lowlife) HEARTBEAT PROVING that the pulse of disco is alive and well way out west as well as in east London, Heartbeat is a free weekly session that maps the point where old-school disco meets classic house. Launching at the start of the year in Kensal Rise, its home is The Paradise. Resident Wandy is joined by a range of guests, with old house heads Stuart Patterson, Steve Proctor and Ashley Beedle from X-Press 2 among those to have joined the fun. Arrive early or call ahead to reserve yourself a space. Heartbeat, every Friday, The Paradise, 19 Kilburn Lane, W10. 9pm to 2am, free SPANGLES SET in an old pub in the heart of Shoreditch, Spangles is the work of Luca C, guitarist of post-punk group Cazals. Lucas love of vintage disco can be heard at this fortnightly Sunday spot. With other monthly nights held across London, expect NY disco and early Chicago house mixed with rock and other Seventies oddities. The next Spangles is on 30 August. The Macbeth, 70 Hoxton Street, N1. From 8pm, 4 HUSTLE NAMED after a style of Seventies dancing, this monthly party brings you the best in disco, early house and electronic delights. The Horse & Groom has a reputation as one of the best hard-partying eastern venues. The next Hustle is on Friday, 21 August. The Horse & Groom, 28 Curtain Road, EC2. 8pm-4am, free CALIGULA DESPITE opening only a few months ago, Caligula has already had roadblock queues by midnight. The night is run by Leo Belicha and DJ Jim Warboy, whose past ventures include fashionable nights Kashpoint and All You Can East. Music from hi-energy and party classics to nu-disco. Fridays, The Bathhouse, 8 Bishopsgate Churchyard, EC2. 11.30pm until 5am, free before 12.30am, 6 after London Lite Friday, 7 August 2009 21 JOEY NEGRO & THE SUNBURST BAND AT RONNIE SCOTTS THE iconic Soho venue is almost halfway through its fortnight-long Brit Jazz Fest, blowing the horn of home- grown talent with more than 100 performers. Joey Negro & The Sunburst Band, left, funk it up to kick off your weekend with a treat for your feet and ears. Tonight, 8pm and midnight, 20-36 Ronnie Scotts, 47 Frith St W1 (020 7439 0747, ronniescotts.co.uk) Pete Tong Wonderland as essential. For something more underground, Sven Vaths epic Cocoon compilation is a slice of techno heaven. Now, just a week after this download frenzy, a new site called comparedownload.com launches to guide us to cheaper music downloads of more than 10m songs from a host of retailers. I could have had that duff ballad at half the price. But to hear cutting-edge tunes on the dance floor, not the download, theres a host of nightlife options this weekend. Catch some of the summers biggest trance and house tracks tonight at Ministry Of Sound as superstar DJ Sander Van Doorn headlines The Gallery Party, with Gavyn Mitchell and Privilege Ibizas Electrik Playground DJs in support. On a darker, harder tip, tomorrow at Fabric is a cracker. Theres house and techno from Craig Richards, Steve Bug, Hearthrob (live), Dave Clarke and Scotlands Slam duo, and 20:20 Records Ralph Lawson keeps things deep in room three. On Sunday, head east to the Light Bar for the Secretsundaze party with rising star Efdemin. Joining the dots between techno, NY house and German minimal, the DJ/producer has really come into his own and is supported at this bash by residents James Priestly and Giles Smith. Its been a bumper season for new tunes, but you might want to do the download- ing yourself. Youll be richer for it. clubland@thelondonlite.co.uk LIVINGFORTHEWEEKENDERARE ALL ABOUT BOOGIE, BUT DITCH THE FLARES Do the Hustle: disco -- with a twist -- is right back in vogue Jet-setvenue APTLY named Jetlag (125 Cleveland Street, W1, 020 3370 5838) in Fitzrovia bills itself as an international cocktail bar. Theres a ground- floor bar for daytime and a funky basement for evening overspill. The venue even boasts old airline seats. Cocktails from 6.25, such as the Je Taime Martini (Smirnoff Black, apple and strawberries). ItsallgoatBoho BRAZILIAN flair comes to Dulwich at cosy new DJ bar Boho (52 Lordship Lane, SE22). There is a rustic ground-floor bar with Brazilian artwork, and BarFly Whatsnew intown a basement Mayan Lounge. Cocktails include caipirinhas and such unique creations as the Boho Princess (vanilla vodka, blackberries, apple juice and cinnamon syrup) all from 6.50. Macmillanmusic BARS near Brick Lane unite for Macmillan Cancer Support in Macmillans Brick Lane Fund- raiser (bricklanetakeover.com) next Thursday. Music from noon until midnight at 93 Feet East, Vibe Bar, Caf 1001, Old Blue Last, Cargo, The Macbeth and Hoxton Bar & Kitchen. The all-access wristband is 20. DAVID HUDSON Wereall goingto... Thisyearsdancefloorfillers directtoyourlivingroom JOEY NEGRO & THE SUNBURST BAND AT RONNIE SCOTTS THE iconic Soho venue is almost halfway through its fortnight-long Brit Jazz Fest, blowing the horn of home- grown talent with more than 100 performers. Joey Negro & The Sunburst Band, left, funk it up to kick off your weekend with a treat for your feet and ears. midnight, 20-36 Ronnie Scotts, 47 Frith St W1 (020 ronniescotts.co.uk)0747,7439 the DJ/producer has really come into his residents James Priestly and Giles Smith. Its been a bumper season for new tunes, Tonight THE intimate, underground environs of Elephant & Castles Corsica Studios -- basically a couple of railway arches with a sound system and makeshift bar -- welcomes Bristols hotly tipped Subloaded posse. These dubstep masters are headed by DJ Pinch, plus Appleblim, Peverelist and Headhunter, dropping the sub-bass bangers that define the sound. Joker, Gemmy and Guido will be showcasing what they say is the latest micro-genre: the purple wow sound, an off- kilter take on dubstep paying homage to hip hops G-Funk era. Meanwhile, global beats stalwart Gilles Peterson plays everything from baille funk to Japanese electro in room two. We Fear Silence @ Corsica Studios, 5 Elephant Road, SE17, (020 7703 4760), 10pm-5am, 10. Tube: Elephant & Castle Saturday THE closure of The End has not dimmed former owner and Shamen frontman Mr Cs star. His Superfreq parties in London and Ibiza pull in hard-partying punters with their thrilling blend of maximal house. Tonights bash is in the rarefied surroundings of the Paramount Club, on the top floors of Centre Point. Its views are matched by a DJ line-up that includes man of the moment Jamie Jones (check his album Galactic Space Bar), Dollz At Play, Luke vB and Mr C. Superfreq Especial @ Paramount, 103 New Oxford Street, WC1, (ticketweb. co.uk), 11pm- 8am, 20. Tube: Tottenham Court Road Sunday IF YOURE still raving on a Sunday all roads lead to Fuse. With its big terrace, barbecue, free entry and top DJs playing the best in techno, house, electro and minimal, Fuse is a safe bet for finishing off the weekend. Its huge Shoreditch rave last Saturday was its first stab at an all- nighter. Judging by its success, were looking forward to more of the same. In the meantime, check DJs Enzo Siragusa, Rich Nxt and Ethyl every Sunday. Fuse @ 93 Feet East, 150 Brick Lane, E1 (020 7247 3293), noon- 10.30pm, free. Tube: Liverpool Street SCOTT MANSON Sunday sounds: Enzo Siragusa All dressed up: two of Caligulas smart clubbers index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html