Students have it made in Brighton - nights like Trash Mondays and Vice Social spoil the tax-dodging young guns, but what about the more mature clubbers? When the Tube opened in March with A Guy Called Gerald it marked itself as a venue for dance music lovers with a few more years behind them.
When Ye Ye Fever featured as the Guardian's club pick of the week under its Mama Ko Mama Sa moniker, its then venue The Bees Mouth started to accrue queues that snaked down Western Road. So, after a brief nomadic period, it's now found new pastures to settle on with the cobbled floors of the Green Door Store.
Considering Blah Blah Blah are celebrating just their fourth birthday with this takeover from super-cool London club Nightslugs, they've certainly made a pretty serious mark on the scene. Their previous guests read like a who's who of the cooler end of the electro scene - from Major Lazer and Fake Blood to Joy Orbison and DFA's Juan Mclean.