10.30pm—3am. £2. Best conventional reggae selection in town complementsa good skank atmosphere.

I The Renaissance at Bermuda Triangle. 10pm—3am. £1 .50. Indie sounds being played to increasingly large crowds. Music also on the upswing despite an over-reliance on the ‘jangly' side ofthings. I Rock Night at Madisons. 9pm—3am. £1 before 1 1pm: £2 after. Brisy and pretty much w hat you'd expect.

I Spanish Harlem at Wilkic l lotisc. 10pm~3am. £2. libbing slightly from its initial success but still a large enough crowd for house. acid sounds.

IZenatec 10pm-~3am. Free before l0.30pm; 50p before 11pm;£1belorc 11.30pm; £3.50 after. The aptly-named 'Beat the (’lock‘. All drinks are half price before 1 1.30pm. [ND] [NT]



I The Alhambra 31 Waterloo Street . 321

3260. 8pm ~midnight. l‘rcc. Resident DJ

with the latest sounds.

I Bennets llpm- 3.30am. £3. Mainly (iay

with lli-NR(i music.

I Brat Pack at Knightsbridgc SW 1.

7pm—10.30pm. £1.50witlitickct;£2


IThe Choice at Pill/Z. 1 1pm 3.30am. £4.

DJs include chan. llarry . and (Min Barr.

Beers and slammers £1 . iced tcas£2.

I Cleopatras lll.3llpitt~-2.30. £3. Non-stop

discosounds in the West lfind. (‘ome early

» stay late.

I Cotton Club 1 1pm--3.30am. £5. 'l‘lit'night

at the (‘otton ('lub. What more can be

said '.’ | A I

I Downtown at Hollywood Studios.

1 1pm—3am. £2. Fridays and Saturdays.

I Follies l0.30pm 3.30am. £4.5n. |.\'I)|


I Hard Rock Cafte at the Venue. llpm till

late. £3.50. With DJ (icorge.

I Henry Alrikas l lpm- 3.31 lam. £4. 1)] .lim

litherson will be playing the best in

Balearic Beats. soul and house. Look otit

for live PAS as well.

I Hollywood Studios 10pm—3am. £3.50.

See Fri.

I House Live at 'l‘in Pan Alley. 10.30pm-3.30am. £3.50. The l louse live

is back on the top floor of'I‘in Pan Alley by

popular demand.

I Kraclt at 'I‘in Pan Alley. lll.3llpttt—3.3llam. £3.50. it was toogood

to last. wasn't it'.’ After a year at Furys.

Krack swops with Slant and returns to'l‘iii

Pan Alley.

I Libra at Hollywood Studios. £350 Over

25s” disco. Also on Wednesdays.

I The Mad Hat Club at .loe Paparazzi. llpm—3.30am. Slightly unusual name for a

slightly unusual night (they had a jtiggler

on the door on opcningnight! ).

I MardiGras10.30pttr3.30am.£4.Mardi

Gras (‘lub Night. A mixture of house and

chart sounds. [A]

I Mayfair 11pm~3am. £3.50. ()vcr21s

disco in the ballroom and lleltcr Skeltcr in the (‘amco suite.

I Mr D's See Fri.

I Nuovo at Knightsbridgc SW1.

I Palomino Club 9pm~3am. £4. See Fri.

I Panama Jax l 1pm--3.30am. £4 Soul and mixed chart music with resident DJs. Tommy Arnold or Raymond Davrcn.

I Rattles 10.30—3am. £3. Discosounds with DJ. Roddy Stewart. [A]

I Savoy 1 lpm—-3ant. £3.50. Over 21s' night at Glasgow's largest disco.

I SLAM at Fury Murrys. 1 1pm—3.30ani. £3.50. lf you've read the listing for Krack. you'll already know that the clubs have swoppcd venues. Should be interesting to see how both clubs fare. but I've a feeling Slam will come out best.

I Sub Club 1 1pm—3.30am £4. The evergreen Sub (‘lub is still as popular and trendy as ever. so be prepared to queue if you arrive after midnight. All sortsof dance music will be going down tonight I SWDS (Single. Widowed. Divorced.


Edinburgh can count itsell lucky to be so well provided with On UfTackhead events. The innovative label is without doubt the most relevant music being produced at the moment. This is reflected by the variety of clubs around town playing it—tunk clubs, punk/new beat clubs, rap clubs- reminding me of the transient abilities of such labels as Fetish in the early 80s.

War, initially implemented to provide us with true multi-media events, hosting Gary Ctail‘s On-U sound system. the Fini Tribe and Hitzer Ebb so far, has now expanded into a production unit enticing worthy bands further north than the usual English circuit (Mark Stewart and the Mattia again, possibly Lee Perry, and Front 242 the next time they are round). Equally the unit are olfering their technical abilities to people staging parties and clubs.

0n 1 and 2 April Tackhead descend on the Calton Studios sporting Bernard Fowler from the Peechboys playing a compulsive blend of tape manipulation and acute musicianship. The first night will be mostly older stuff with newer material on the second. The War visuals will of course be prominent— TVs, slides and use of the film projection screen left over from when

Separated club) at Rooftops. See Fri.

I Teenscene at the Savoy. 7pm— 10.30pm. £2 with ticket; £1 without. l'ndcr lbs disco with Radio (‘lyde 1)] Gary Marshall. I Texas Fever at 4o West. l0.30pm 3am. (ilasgow 's notorious comeback club gets into the groov e(y ) with ittdie music.

I The Warehouse 1 lpm--3.30attt. £4. Warehouse ('lub Night. Largest part of the sound is house and acid house. [A]

I Whizz at the Stib(‘lub. 14- lSs' night.

7— 11pm. £2. See Fri.


I The Amphitheatre l 1..30pm~4am. £4. llalfpricebeforc11.30pm.liritcrtain yourself in style in Scotland's liltimatc Nightclub. [A] [ND]

I BigBird at Wilkie House. 10pm 4am. £2.50. Tasteful selection of music with an anything goes feeling . good atmosphere. good club.

I Buster Browns 11pm 4am. £3.75. Worthwhile night with steady youthful crowd. Buster Browns' I'ndcr- lSs disco. 8—] lpm. Sec Fri.

I Cale St James See Fri for details. (iood venue which is free to hire for private functions. IND] INTI

I Calton Studios 1 Apronly': Warprescnts 'I‘ackhead. Sec panel.

I Chaplins at Finsbury Park's Night (‘lub l 1.30pm—-(iam. See Fri. [N'l‘|

I Cinderellas Hockenellas 9pm 3am. £2.50; £2 before 11pm.lmmensely popular mainstream club. DJs Rick Baker and (iary (ilover host the ‘biggest party in town.‘

I Club Sandino at Liberty's. 1 Apronly': 10pm 3am. £2.50 (£1 .50). 'l‘op-notch tnix of salsa. jan. soul and a w hole Iot tnore. Recommended.

I Coasters b.30pm -10pm. £1.50. Under 18s.

I Edgars 10pm—4am. £2 before midnight: £3 after. Membership forms for the suitably impressed available at the door. I The Hooch at (‘oasters 10.30pm—~4ain. £2.50. Yogi with Acid House. soul and jazz.

I Kangaroo Club at The Mission.


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gig, with the band's permission, will be videoed and relayed simultaneously. Adrian Sherwood controls the sound system disco prior to the band and Keith Le Blanc kicks off the live entertainment with a small set showing his drum/drum programming abilities, followed by Tackhead. War hope to stage a Glasgow event the next time the band are round but for now buses are running through from Glasgow. Info from Club 1992. Tickets are available from Virgin, Ripping Records and Just the Ticket. (Stuart Raiker)

l0.30pm--3am. £2. Still going alterall these years. Youthful atmosphere w ith easy dance music. Predictable. but still a good venue.

I Mambo Club at (‘oasters £2. 'l'aking over from the (ioombay Beat with a far superior selection of reggae and rhythm. I Millionaire‘stiipmoam. £2(£1before 12). Sec Fri.

I Outer Limits at ('oastcrs. 10.30pm 4am. £2 before 1 1pm; £3.50 after. American sprung dancefloor and good music makes for an energetic Saturday. [N'l‘]

I Rage 9pm 3am. £2.50. A changeof name for ()ticntin‘s which will remain a gay club. but w ill place a heavier emphasis on club nights. Bootsie w ill be the resident DJ on non-club evenings. with cheap drinks. cg Red Stripe £1 and Riim50p. every night.

I Rock Cafe at the Venue. 0pm» 3am. Sec Rock listings for details ofgrotips appearing.

I The Soular System at Shady Ladies. 10pm 3am. £2. A move to Saturdays for a club which has achieved popularity by showcasing a wide spectrum of soul sounds.

IThe Sprawl at Madisons. 25 Maronly: lllpni- 3am. £2 (£1 .50). Indie and alternative sounds from the makersof Renaissance.

I Zenatec 10pm-4am. £2.50belorc 11.30pm; £4 after. Very comfortable upmarket joint. A relaxed night out. [A] [ND] [NT]



I The Alhambra 31 Waterloo Street . 221 3260.3-11pm. Free. ('heap drinksand free mixers!

I Bennets 1 1pm -4am. £2. Mainly gay w'ith lit-NRO sounds to fit.

I Big on Sundays at Fury .‘vturry s. it entrance1£l all drinks. ('heaptlrink and good music. what more could you ask‘.’

I Brag at the ('otton ('lub. llpiiinfsfltlani. £2. ‘lfit's worth talkingabout. Brag.' Drinks promos as well. American canned bccr£1

I Carnival Time at Henry Afrikas. £2 with ticket: £3 without. DJ Austin ()ne brings you Brazilian pop. continental sounds and chcapdrinksl

I Follies 1 1pm—3am. £3. (‘lieap drinks. I Fuddrukkers at ('leopatras. l0.30pm—2.30am. £1. Anything goes tonight in the West lind‘s best (well. its only) nightclub. Presented by Bennets‘ DJ (‘raig Davis. [A]

I Hustle at the Sub ('ltib. £1 entrance;£1 drinks. The West lind l’osse's ever-expanding c mpire story continues

. . .btit can they take the ptintcrsaw'ay from Furys'.’

I The Hype at the Warehouse.

1 lpm~~ 3.30am. The Warehouse has been spectacularly re~furbished recently and fly pe is a new club specialising in

club dance sounds.

I The Kennel Club at 'l‘in Pan Alley. llpni--3..‘s0am. Soul club night. Beerat o0p a pint. spirits 40p.

I Knightsbridge SW1 1 1pm 3.30am. |N'l'| MI

I Mr D's £3 (£2 with ticket 1. 10pm 2am. l.ook otit for the Happy Hour

llpni- midnight.

I Palomino Club 9pm 3am

£2. Sec Fri.

I Panama Jax 10.45pm 3.30am. £3. Sunday Splash with resident DJs'l'ommy Arnold or Raymond Davren. 50plagcr. heavy . whisky. vodka aiidgiti.

I Rattles 10.30pm 2am. £2.50. Disco sounds with DJ Roddy Stewart. \‘odka and lager onp. For limited period only. the admission at Raffles is reduced to a measly £1. [Al

I Savoy 1 1pm -3am. £2. Sundaysat the Savoy w ith lager only 85p and vodkao5p. (Al

I Utopia at .loc Paparazzi.

I Wicked Sunday at Follies. 11pm 3am.


IThe Amphitheatre 10pm 3am. £2.11alf price before llpm. Popular night at leading mainstream v criuc. |ND|

I Bustererowns 10pm—«lam. £225.11a1f price admission and drinks before 11pm. Worth a visit on Sunday if you've not been before.

I Calton Studios 2 Apr only: War presents 'I‘ackhead. See panel.

I Edgar810pm~3am £2. 'l‘rial run tor drinks at o0p r can't be bad.

I Hangover Repair Club at the Kitstmr. 'l‘offcc-noscd argumentative drinking with the v iscount and friends. ln-housc cinema. tea. coffee hot arid cold. and hot rolls. Deprav ity' and Delirium iii a ‘relaxcd' mood.

I Outer Limits at ('oaslcrs.

10,30pin 3.30am. £1 before 11pm; £2 after. DJs Stuart Lewis and James

Mow bray supplying up to the minute sounds. [N’l‘]

MONDAY Glasgow

I The Alhambra 3 I Waterloo Street . 221 3260. 8.30pm midnight. l-rec o0sand 70s sounds. (‘heap vodka.

I House and Garage Club at 'I’in Pan Alley. 11pm » 3.30am. £1 with ticket available from the club and surrounding pubs. ('lieap Schlit/ and Southern ( 'ornfort.

I Jeans and T-shirt Night at ('leopatras. 10.30pm 3am. £2 (£1 with ticket). The popular Jeans and I-Sllll'l night makesits way west from the (‘otton ('ltib to(‘leo's. I Palomino Club 9pm 3.30am. £2. See Fri. I Savoy 11pm 3am. £2. ()vcr 25s' night with cheap drinks to entice you along: lager 85p and vodka (i5p. [A]


I Calton Studios 2'7 Maronly : (iod's little Monkeys. Rhythmic African band with a supporting Dark (‘ontinetit disco.

I Cinderellas ltockertellas 27 Mar only: The Sun Faster Bunny Party. Free entry with a chocolate Faster egg before l0.30pm. All eggs going tochildrcn‘s

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