Frontman spin Bloc Party may not be joining the wave of big international acts touching down in Hong Kong over the next few months, but fans of the British indie band can enjoy the next best thing on Saturday: a DJ set by singer-guitarist Kele Okereke. The band are riding high on the success of their third album, Intimacy, and in between gigs Okereke has been winning slots at festivals as a DJ. However, as with so many rock-stars-turned-DJs (Peter Hook of New Order is a prime example), don't come expecting a flawlessly mixed DJ set: these guys may know how to tune a guitar, but struggle with many tricks of the turntable trade. Instead, what you can expect is a feel-good set of old and new anthems presented by the frontman of one of the hottest indie bands on the planet. Okereke will be performing after 11pm at Volar in Lan Kwai Fong on Saturday. Entry is HK$300. Rescue act This weekend's Beijing Explosion gigs at the Fringe Club were in danger of fizzing out when tomorrow night's headliners, the Gar, were forced to pull out. But the event has been rescued by an Australian rocker who's quietly made Hong Kong his de-facto home. Quan Yeomans, singer-guitarist for famed Down Under band Regurgitator, has been spending more and more time in Hong Kong since falling in love with the city during a visit for the Rockit Festival several years ago. But you're more likely to bump into him late at night at a club than catch him performing live. Any Regurgitator fans out there would therefore do well to catch Yeomans (above right) tomorrow night when he'll perform tracks from his latest release, The Amateur. Saturday's second night of the Beijing Explosion shows is going ahead as scheduled with indie band Casino Demon as the headliners. Drum 'n' bass innovator Local promoters Kongkrete Bass were responsible for staging some of the best drum 'n' bass gigs last year - including the excellent Jungle Bells party last month - and are getting off to a roaring start in 2009 with a party featuring acclaimed British producer/DJ Lynx. Since putting out his first track at the age of 17 in 1996, Lynx has moved through various styles including techno-infused drum 'n' bass and liquid funk in releases on labels such as Soul:r, Creative Source and Digital Soundboy, and has earned a reputation as a quality producer and innovative DJ. This Saturday Lynx will be spinning at Backstage Live on Wellington St, Central, supported by an all-star cast of local drum 'n' bass DJs including Arkham, Wash and Blood Dunza. It all kicks off at 10.30pm and entry on the door is HK$150.