Being paid a tidy sum to jet business-class around the world carrying not much more than a box of your favourite records to play sounds like a dream job to most clubbers. Not necessarily, says DJ Terry Francis who touches down in Hong Kong from England for a pre-Dragon Boat festival party at the Regal Kowloon Hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui on Monday. 'It's very tiring and you get fed up with the travelling,' says Francis, a resident DJ at London's in-club Fabric, who is stopping off during a whistle-stop tour covering Australia, New Zealand and Malaysia. 'That's why I'm glad I'm resident at Fabric, I don't have to travel so much.' Nevertheless Francis admits he's lucky and says he's keen to return to Hong Kong, having received a warm reception at Star East in Admiralty last August. 'It was really good. I think people are used to more trancier sort of stuff, but they got into my music.' So what's in the box this time? 'Expect tech-house and techno - but funky, not ear-damaging techno - with some breakbeat thrown in,' Francis says. He is bringing 130 records for a five-hour set, barring any mishaps. He once arrived in Italy, but his records didn't, leaving him to cobble together an hour on the decks with borrowed records before giving up. To find a garage night in Hong Kong is almost as rare as it is to pick a northern soul classic at Temple Street night market so DJ Andrew and Sooze's return to CE Top in Central after a three year-absence with 'uplifting garage and sexy soul' sounds a welcome change. They ran Deluxe before the handover but then Sooze left for England. Now she's back and taking the chance to widen clubber's choices. 'We started the night because we couldn't hear what we liked elsewhere and have a following of like-minded individuals,' says Andrew. Expect a different crowd to the glo-stick wielding , dummy-sucking youngsters normally found at CE Top.