FOR 17 years, Robbie Cormack has been playing out the finest selection of reggae and dancehall.
In the process he has brought some of the most influential dub, ska, and reggae producers to the Capital.
At the Wee Red Bar tomorrow, Jamaican DJ Amma joins Robigan’s Reggae to celebrate 50 years of Jamaican independence.
Arguably the most authentic reggae club outside Kingston, expect a smoking selection of Jamaican classics new and old.
The Wee Red Bar, Lauriston Place, tomorrow, 10.30pm, £4-£5, www.weeredbar.co.uk
DUTCH techno giant Steve Rachmad, heads to The Caves for this month’s edition of Jackhammer.
For the past 25 years Rachmad has made his mark, remixing almost anyone worth their weight in quality vinyl.
His own productions were originally reserved for the collector, with rare vinyl runs followed by re-issues years later.
Nevertheless, he is one DJ who commands respect for taking clubbers on a musical journey filled with peaks and troughs.
The Caves, Niddry Street South, tomorrow, 10.30pm–3am, £10, www.thecavesedinburgh.com
TEVIOT House is a great space to party, with a cool terrace and a hefty sound system.
This Saturday sees house legend Riva Star headline Karnival there. His South American-style house cuts have kept Miami’s dance floors packed with passionate and grooving beats.
Also on the bill is underground housecat Giom. A producer with a solid reputation for creating deep house infusions, he’ll keep the night rocking.
Teviot, Bristo Square, Saturday, 10.30pm–3am, £10, www.facebook.com/events/336746883 057070/
SET to take a bite out of Edinburgh’s club scene on Sunday is a new clubbing experience, Bad Apple. Produced by a collective of Edinburgh DJs, Sunday’s event is an all-day house party at BAR 50.
With a heated terrace to make sure the Scottish summer remains warm, a BBQ and some groovy house sounds, guest DJs are Laurence Nolan and Dan Rane, who join Bad Apple residents to share their deep house sounds.
BAR 50, Blackfriars Street, Sunday, 1–7pm, free, www.facebook.com/Bar50