and soul spun by the prolific Yogi. Food will be available and guest DJs will


feature. 0W On the firSt Saturday I Rock Night at Madisons. 9pm—3am. £1 9 of eve on" before I 1pm; £2 an“ Busy and pretty IThe Alhambra 31 Waterloo Street.221

3260. 8pm—midnight. Free. Resident DJ with the latest sounds.

at much what you‘d expect. I Soul and Ska Club at the Venue. 27Jan

l - LIBER I i 5 only: 9pm_3am_ £2. First night Ofa new IBennets “pm—3.30am. £3. Malnly Gay THE P LAYHOUSE monthly venue with Capone And The QR“; b _d SW1 ' Bullets from Glas ow. la in live. Well a "'3 ‘5 gc - 18—22 GreenSIde Place, worth attending g p y g 7pm-10.30pm. £1.50with ticketz£2 Edinburgh I Spanish Harlem at Wilkie House. “'"hom- 10pm—3am 10pm—3am. £2. Ebbing slightly from its ' "‘3 Choice 1" l’mz- 1 IPm-3-3ann- £4. £2 so (£1 50 cones) initial success but still a largccnough DJs include Segan. Harry. and Colln Barr. - ~ crowd {m house. acid sounds. Beers and slammers £1.1cedteas£2.

I Cleopatras 10.30pm—2.30. £3. Non-stop disco sounds in the West End. Come early stay late.

I Cotton Club 1 1pm—3.3()am. £5. The night at the Cotton Club. What more can be said? [A]

I Disco Viva 10pm—3am. £3.50. Two floors of solid dancing with personality DJs.

I Follies 10.30pm-3.30am. £4.50. [ND] [NT]

I l-lard Flock Calte at the Venue. 1 1pmtill late. £3.50. With DJ George.

I Hollywood Studios 10pm—3am. £3.50. See Fri.

I House Live at Tin Pan Alley. 10.30pm-3am. £3.50. The House Live is back on the top floor ofTin Pan Alley by popular demand.

I Joe Paparazzi l 1pm—3.30am. £5.

I Krack at Fury Murrys. l 1pm—3am. £3.50. Like the Sub Club. Krack isa Glasgow club scene landmark on a Saturday. It also has one of the best atmospheres.

I Mardi Gras 10.30pm—3.30am. £4. Mardi Gras Club Night. A mixture of Acid house and chart sounds. [A]

I Maytair l lpm-3am. £3.50. Over215 disco in the ballroom and the SWDSelub in the Cameo suite.

I Nuovo at Knightsbridgc SW1 .

I Palomino Club 9pm-3am. £4. See Fri.

I Panama Jax l lpm-3.30am. £4 Soul and mixed chart music with resident DJs, Tommy Arnold or Raymond Davren.

I Battles 10.30—3am. £3. Disco sounds with DJ. Roddy Stewart. [A]

I Savoy l lpm—3am. £3.50. Over215‘ night at Glasgow‘s largest disco. [A]

I SLAM at Tin Pan Alley. 10.30pm—3am.

I Teviot Row 7pm—2am (Happy Hour 8.30—9.30pm). Four bars. two discos and live bands. ensuring a hectic atmosphere. An enjoyable night ifyou're feeling ‘up' and able to tolerate the trappings of most student unions. [S]

I Zenatec 10pm—3am. Free before 10.30pm; 50p before 11pm; £1 before 11.30pm; £3.50 after. The aptly-named ‘Beat the Clock‘. All drinks are halfprice before 1 1.30pm. [A] [ND] [NT]



latin - jazz - soul


‘The Stomp About Town’ at Madisons on the 4th is promising to be a

' she‘ll/ill

memorable start to what will hopeluly

£3.50. According to ID magazine (trendy 31 become a regular event. A powerful fashion magazine doncha know?) SLAM and intriguing cocktail of B’n’B, Soul has ‘revived a fading Glasgow club scene and Hip-HOD encompasses most of the in recent months'. Fading Glasgow club t i la k Am ri an dance music scene-'- NIGHTSPOT has 0 b c e c I Sub Club 11pm—3.30am £4. The "(i-filmse'pas' am evergreen Sub Club is still as popular and 8 amp n res am trendy as ever. so be prepared to queue if

Pachuko Cantina's yearly lling in December illustrated how many people are still booked by the fabulous dance music produced in the 30s, 40s and 50s. With the inclusion oi Hip-Hop, rarely heard in clubs recently, there’s a guaranteed turn out of a mixed and enthusiastic crowd.

you arrive after midnight. All sorts of dance music will be going down tonight.


Open Wednesday Sunday 10pm till late [.Agwos (Single. Widowcd‘ Divorced.

Separated club) at Rooftops. See Fri.

I Teenscene at the Savoy. 7pm—10.30pm. £2 with ticket;£l without. Under 185‘ disco with Radio Clyde DJ Gary Marshall. I The Underground at Henry Afrikas.

31¢ * 31¢ * *

Les and Simon who were involved “pm—3.30am. £2.50 with an elusive sunday 12 February with ‘the Stomp’ now otter on the ticket ; £4 without. DJ Jim Efferson will be CINZANO/ MORE MAGAZINE turntable such legends as Joe Turner, playing the best in Balearic beats, soul and MODEL OF THE YEAR Louis Jordan, Hank Ballard, Elmore Sec Fri Tuesday 16 February James’ “we Wi'son’ new 5mm I The Warehouse 1 lpm-3.30am. £4.

Booker T, Otis Bedding and more

recently Stetsasonic, E.P.M.D., Public

Enemy and the Jungle Brothers. Recognition has to go to the

Warehouse Club Night. Largest part of the sound is house and acid house. [A] I Whiz: at the Sub Club. 14—18s‘ night. 7—1 1pm. £2. See Fri.


Tuesday 4 April Madisons venue where throughout the I Zico's 10pm—3am. Chart based disco years many classic clubs have been sounds. . TH]? LOOK FA.SHION SHOW d Ch t held; The Nightclub, Fire Island and the Edinburgh exelusrve desrgns and desrgners - Langue u a , King Biscu“ in the “sum, Club

I The Amphitheatre l 1.30pm—4am. £4. Halfprice before 11.30pm. Entertain yourself in style in Scotland‘s Ultimate Nightclub. [A] [ND]

I The Backroom at Shady Ladies. 10.30pm—3am. £2. Still easily Edinburgh‘s most popular ‘alternativc‘ club and with good reason.

I BigBlrtl at Wilkie House. 10pm—4am. £2.50. Tasteful selection of music with an

Schelska, Vuokko, Anne Stersmere (Tickets available from March)

Sandino and a selection oi imaginative Party Nights and Charity events these days.

Hall price tickets for ‘The Stomp About Town’ are available in pubs and record shops around Edinburgh. Things are looking good for 89. (Stuart Baiker)

Open Wednesday to Sunday 10pm till late Half Price admission before 1 1pm


46 The List 27 January - 9 February