After a year so far plagued with cancellations and licence hassles for organisers and clubbers alike, April looks like being our biggest month so far. Besides the Ken Ishii party at Hitec on April 28, British superclub Gatecrasher is returning on April 21 and residents of London's Fabric, Circulation, make their debut on April 13. Gatecrasher, being laid on by Fierce Productions, is flying out two Djs who have helped make the Sheffield club the most talked about in Britain over the past couple of years. John Kelly, who made his name at Liverpool's Cream club, returns for the first time since the infamously shambolic evening in the Shangri-La in Tsim Sha Tsui in 1996. That was the party which sparked huge publicity as police began cracking down hard on the rave scene and many ticket holders were refused entry because the event was oversold. Hopefully Kelly will get a better impression of the scene here at the Hong Kong Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai, which is now an established venue, albeit without a drinks a licence. Video imagery will be mixed live on a gigantic video screen to accompany the sets. David Lam and Christian complete the line-up. Tickets cost $420 in advance and $500 at the door. Call 2543 8588 for details. Next Friday (April 13), Pure Groove Production is bringing out Circulation to play at Hardy's II (Wyndham Street, Central). The DJ duo Matt Jackson and Paul Davis (below) are residents at top London club Fabric and clubbers here are being promised an 'exclusive four hour set'. Jackson and Davis have been raising arms on the dancefloor as a duo for four years with their house sets, which verge towards the harder end of the scale from progressive and tech-house to deep trance. Providing local support are DJs Ricky C and Ming Wong. The party runs from 11pm-6am and tickets are priced $300 in advance from HMV stores or $350 at the door. For more information call 9225 6960 between 4pm and 11pm daily or e-mail Puregroove_@music.com This weekend's offering are more homegrown. Besides Club Progressive at Kwun Tong Ferry Pier, the swanky new C Club in Lan Kwai Fong is having a change of pace. As part of Viva Latino tomorrow night (April 7) with other LKF Entertainments establishments, Teng Boon will be laying down Latin house. If you haven't sunk into the red velvet sofas there yet, now's your chance.