Clubs to check out this weekend: XY | Xplicit/Metropolis | Wasabi Disco

Chase & Status
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RESIDENT DJs Stu Todd, David Thomas and Fraser Henderson keep the beats locked down in support of Jaylaxx and special guests SIGMA.

The London based Drum n’ Bass outfit are Cameron Edwards and Joe Lenzie who have been producing since 2007. They shot into the mainstream by way of their exceptional guest mix on Annie Mac’s Radio show - squeezing 35 tracks into five minutes. They’ve rubbed shoulders with the likes of Adam F and DJ Fresh, with their productions becoming the hottest tracks in the scene.

Friday, 16th November, Cab Vol, 11pm - 3am, £5/7


Chase & Status, aka Will Kennard and Saul Milton, smashed straight into the Official UK Top 10 in 2009 with single ‘End Credits’, their second collaboration with UK rapper Plan B, which featured in the gritty Michael Caine flick, ‘Harry Brown’. With the likes of Jay Z, Snoop Dogg and Pendulum among their fan base they’ve gone from strength to strength. The dynamic duo the festival circuit this year, headlining Global Gathering and SW4 Festivals and now, they bring their A/V show to Edinburgh - taking over the Liquid Room and sister club, The Annexe.

Saturday, 17th November, Liquid Rooms, 11pm - 3am, £18

WASABI DISCO is... 4 Years Old

Arguably Edinburgh’s best underground club night hits the four year mark on Saturday. Subsequent nights have seen DJ/Promoter Kris Wasabi feature the crème de la crème of electronic music, including Johnnie Wilkes (Optimo), Daniel Wang (Ghostly, Rush Hour), Andy Blake (Cave Paintings, Dissident) and Fudge Fingas (Prime Numbers, Purple Maze). Wasabi Disco is a mixed bag of electronica - a Chicago house ethos, techno spirit, vintage electro attitude and the best sleazed up, brain-frying sounds.

Saturday, 17th November, Sneaky Petes, 11pm - 3am, £5