RISING from the ashes of Made In China, the former house band at China Max, comes Tiger Tiger, with group leader Jamie Murcel changing musical direction from rhythm and blues to dance funk. Tiger Tiger will play at Le Bar Bat every Thursday and Sunday this month. Tonight: Top American blues band Little Charlie and the Nightcats start a week-long stay at the Jazz Club. Reggae band Captain Mabullah play at Bahama Mama's from 6 pm. CC Ryders at JJ's at the Grand Hyatt. The band hits the stage at 10.15 pm, returning tomorrow night for their final performance before heading off for Switzerland. Cover charge $170, including one drink. The Bastards relive their youth at the Wanch from 10pm. Guitarist William Tang and Helen are at the F-Stop from 10.30pm. Pop band Bambi rock the L.A. Cafe from 11pm. Radio Hong Kong DJs will be spinning tracks from the 70s and 80s at Portico from 8pm. Tomorrow: Inca music is alive and kicking as the Cirilo and Ayni Group bring their songs from the Andes to the Sheung Wan Civic Centre Lecture Hall at 8pm as part of the Fringe Festival. More roots music as Little Charlie and the Nightcats continue at the Jazz Club, from 10.30pm. Captain Mabullah is at Bahama Mamas from 10pm-2am. South China Jazz Band at the L.A. Cafe from 7.30. Britain's top DJ Sasha comes to Fever nightclub spinning tracks from his latest release The Qat Collection. $250 advance, $300 door, Basement 2, Energy Plaza, 92 Granville Road, Kowloon. Folk with Sammy at the Wanch from 7-9pm, followed by Flash Harry from 10pm. The Far Out Far East weekly dance fest is at Portico, with DJs Tommy, T-One, Suzy Pote and 'Big Trev' spinning the best in alternative music, 11pm-3.30am. $50. Sunday: Little Charlie and the Nightcats at the Jazz Club, from 9.30pm. Monday: Musical Mystery Tour at the Jazz Club, from 9.30pm. Freddie James and the Fusion 3 take up residency at JJ's at the Grand Hyatt from 9.45pm. Tuesday: Little Charlie and the Nightcats back at the Jazz Club, from 9.30pm. Freddie James and the Fusion 3 at JJ's from 9.45pm. Wednesday: The Through Train take to Le Bar Bat from 10pm-1am, while Little Charlie and the Nightcats take to the Jazz Club from 9.30pm. More jazz at the Furama Hotel's Godown with the New Orleans Jazz Quartet from 9pm. Freddie James and the Fusion 3 at JJ's from 9.45pm. Thursday: Little Charlie and the Nightcats finish off their stay at the Jazz Club, from 9.30pm. Funk out with music from the late 70s to mid-80s at Pomeroys in Central. Freddie James and the Fusion 3 at JJ's.