Track record speaks volumes Lee Burridge has come a long way since spinning in Wan Chai clubs in the mid-1990s. The British DJ was at the forefront of the local rave movement when it reached its peak around the handover, and could be found dropping high-energy tracks well into the afternoon most weekends at now-defunct clubs such as Big Apple and Neptunes. Burridge was the local support DJ of choice when big names such as Sasha came to Hong Kong, and the influential contacts he made allowed him to leap into the big time when he decided to leave here in late 1997. A move back to Britain to work at London club Fabric alongside Craig Richards put Burridge on the global map. He earned a reputation for flawless mixing, boxes full of obscure, sexy tunes, and his ability to merge genres of dance music into one seamless, throbbing set. 'I pick tracks that other people don't really play,' Burridge said before his last appearance in Hong Kong in 2005. 'If you hear tracks that have a certain instantaneous appeal then they tend to wear off after a while. I like to play music that unfolds the more you hear it.' This Saturday, Burridge (above) is at Edge in Central. Tickets for the gig, which starts at 10pm, are HK$250 (advance from Yumla) or HK$300 on the door. Revival of the hippest Hong Kong's live music scene was dominated in the 1970s by a group of handsome, big-haired lads known as the Wynners. Comprising Alan Tam Wing-lun (vocals), Kenny Bee (vocals), Bennett Pang Kin-sang (guitar), Danny Yip Chi-keung (bass guitar) and Anthony Chan Yau (drums), the group were originally known as the Losers, but after dropping that less-than-auspicious name went on to become the city's top teen idols. Although they went their separate ways in 1978, the Wynners never formally disbanded and have returned every five years to sold-out crowds. It must be that time again, because the boys are coming back for a series of Lunar New Year concerts at the Hong Kong Coliseum from February 18 to 20. Proving that the Wynners magic has never died, tickets have apparently sold so well that an extra performance has been scheduled for March 2. Strings attached Want to start a band, but think it's too much hassle? Why not join an established group instead, such as local emo rockers Naked Breath, who seek a new guitarist? Listen to their songs atmp3.com.hk/nakedbreath and contact them via myspace.com/nakedbreath.