Tonight: Traditional moves from Midnight Shift at The Wanch from 10pm. Eugene Pao and Larry Hammond play rhythm and blues at the Jazz Club from 10.30pm. Tomorrow: DJ Mickey Smith presents The Funk Pit at Amoeba, 22 Ashley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, from midnight till 5am. Admission $60. Prefer to hit the high-powered dance floor on Hongkong side? The third Lush rave takes place at DDII between 11pm and 6am. DJ 7Up and guest performers present May madness for $100 admission and a half-price Grolsch (or at least, the first 300 bottles are). The Allen Youngblood Ensemble at the Fringe Club bar from 9.30-10.30pm. Modern music in the jazz tradition with some African rhythms for spice. Captain Mabulla at The Wanch. Traditional reggae with a lively twist from this popular four-piece - plus some original numbers - from 10pm onwards. Eugene Pao and Johnny Abraham play jazz at Lan Kwai Fong's Jazz Club. Sunday: May Ip at the Press Club from 4pm. The Dave Packer trio at the Jazz Club from 9.30pm. Monday: The Shadowboxers at the Jazz Club from 9pm to midnight as part of the club's regular Monday night showcase of local performers. New China Blues Agency play pricey oldies at the swank Cyrano cocktail bar at the Island Shangri-La hotel. May Ip at Brown Sugar. Tuesday: Busy folk singer May Ip is a hot act at American Pie tonight and tomorrow night. Wednesday: Bobby Brown at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium; his wife Whitney Houston in the audience. Limited tickets still available at the time of going to press; call ICP on 317 0313 for details. The Bambinos at The Wanch, Han Shan at Amoeba and the Wail at the Jazz Club with William Tang. Thursday: Radio Free Hongkong at Amoeba. Local indie band HUH!? and CYMB play original sounds from the underground. Plus the usual mystery guests. Admission $29.99. May Ip at Brown Sugar. Plus, JJs staples the CC Ryders perform every night except Sunday. Wednesday is band night at Beefy's Cabin, Canton Road, and jazz night at the Godown restaurant, Admiralty (9pm) with the Victoria Jazz Band. Catch some trad jazz during Sunday brunch at Portico's in Citibank Plaza with the New Orleans Jazz Quartet from 12pm to 3pm. Old favourites include folk and rock at Hardy's, D'Aguilar Street, every night, while Ken Bennett and the Kowloon Honkers hammer out trad jazz favourites most nights at Ned Kelly's Last Stand. Organising a show? Please send information to Live Music, Features Desk, PO Box 47, or fax 8111278.