With ears still ringing from two giant parties at HITEC, the venue is gearing up for the visit of Ministry of Sound which rolls into town on October 6. The British superclub is jetting out Breeder (aka Rowan Blades, left) and America's Chris Fortier, both of whom have crafted a string of hits over recent years. Ministry of Sound was the first to launch the superclub corporate culture, releasing CDs, publishing magazines and touring the globe to spread the dance music gospel. But it had earned its reputation long before that by packing them in at its London venue which was famous as much for its decor and crowd as the music. To recreate that atmosphere, Ministry is promising stunning visuals at HITEC, says promoter Michael Graham of Fierce Productions. Local DJs Tommy, David Lam and Jacky Ma round out the line-up. Tickets are available in advance only from HMV and D-Mop shops. The first 1,000 pay just $360, the rest $450. For more information call 2543 8588. When Club 97 closed earlier this month, its longtime resident DJ Janva upped discs and switched to nearby Jah, the tech-meets-reggae bar which is placing more emphasis on music now Janva can be found spinning every Friday and Saturday. Thursday nights are turned over to local hip-hop DJs. Jah is at 20-26 Peel Street, Central. For details call 2581 1025.