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Paintings and Drawings 9th 30th September

Mon—Sat 9.30am—5.30pm

rT-l‘un1:erian7\—rt GaTIery University of Glasgow

A CENTURY OF REVOLUTION Printmaking in France: 1800 1900 1 July 20 October 1989

With the support of the Delegation C ulturelle F raneat'se

(Gallery closed 14—17 July inclusive)

Mon—Fri 9.30—5pm; Sat 9.30am-lpm Admission Free Tel: 041 330 543i Mackintosh House closed 12.30—1.30pm (50p charge afternoons and Saturday mornings)

W compass gallery W 178 west regent st. giasgow g2 trl scotland. 041-221 6370

2 - 26 September THE DUENDE

Living Paintings 8: Drawings by IAN SCOTT Mon—Satham—5.30pm

Subsidised by Glasgow District Council




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2nd ~~--— 23rd SEP'I‘EMBER 1989 Mon-Sat 10am-5.30pm

also The Original Print Shop

25 King Street, Glasgow 61 SQZ

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'Summer In The City' Exhibition of Original Prints by members and friends.


Like or loathe it, most people now accept that house music will be around in some shape or iorm for years to come. The Americans are still producing the best house records, whetherthey're made in its established home at Chicago, or cities such as Detroit, New York, or Philadelphia, despite some outstanding British house records in recenttimes. America has the best artists, but each city produces its own unique sound, which only gets played in that city’s clubs and, because London doesn’t discriminate between the cities or the music, the house clubs there are the best in the world. Sadly, some olthe best house records never manage to come out of London, and other cities in Britain are usually way behind in styles and sounds.

Hopelullythlngs will be changing, as a new club has opened at Styx in Edinburgh on Tuesdays and at the Warehouse in Glasgow on Wednesdays, called Expansions. The main DJ, Mr C is one of the top house DJs In London at the moment as is the other London DJ, Boots. Together they’re playing everything you'd expect to hear at a top London club. They're also letting DJs lrom Glasgow and Edinburgh on the turntables to learn lrom them as they test DJs in Scotland have the ideas but not the material.

The result 01 all this is chaotic. People get up to dance, but the music ls

mixed so cleverly and carelully it tools like you’re dancing to one epic house record, and most clubbers dance until they drop. Once the danceiloor gets busy it literally becomes a sweating mass, but the simple pleasure people are getting irom dancing is apparent trom the lrlendly atmosphere all over the club. Support is building up slowly through word-oi-mouth but with the atmosphere, crazy decor, lighting and sound system, it has the potential to go far.

The Glasgow DJ benefiting lrom Expansions is Kevin, who used to run Krack in Fury Murrys. You can check out his own new club, the Future, on Fridays at the Warehouse as wall. Kevin promises not to play anything all the Grease soundtrack this time. lust solid house mixing the best at last year's with all the latest sounds, providing a mad, mad night at dancing as usuall (Colin Steven)

pl'C-WL‘L‘kCllll adventure. l’erfeet start for the weekend tliscothettue circuit. IAIINDIINTI

I Edgars tinder 18s. 6. 15-10. 15pm. £1.

I Edgars 10pm—3atn. £2. Alldrinks Immamotmwmmn. £1 .50 before 1 1pm; £2.50 after. A new nante for the refurbished chctac. 'I'hursday isover 25s night and features a resident band and Seventies and Iiighlies pop sounds.

I The Revival at Shady Ladies. 10.30pm—3am. £1.50. Pretty sclllcxplanatory really. Rock ‘n' Roll sounds from the 50s, 60s and 70s.

I Shag at the Mission. 1 1pm—3am. £1. Kitsch sounds still pulling in the erowdson both floors of the venue.

I This Way Up 10pm-3am. £2. Cabaret. live music and films are regular eventsat this popular contemporary cittb.



I The Alhambra 31 Waterloo Street. 221 3260.

I Bennets 90 Glassford Street. 552 5761. I The Choice 21 Royal Exchange Square. 2215323.

I Cleopatras Belmont Lane. Kels'inbridgc. 334 0560.

I Cotton Club 5 Scott Street. 3320712.

I Follies 193 Pitt Street. 332 73227522. I Fury Murrys 96 Maxwell Street, 221 6511.

I Henry Alrlkas 13 15 York Street. 221 (1111.

I Hollywood Studios 9 Brown Street . 248 66116

I Joe Paparazzi 520 Sauchtehall Street. 331 2111.

I Knightsbrldge 8W1 48 ('arlton Place. 429 5559.

I Mardl em 73 Dunlop Street. 221 3623. I Meylalr 474 Suttchiehttll Street. 332 3872.

I Mr D's Kilmarnoek Road. 632 2411.

I Palomino Club 51 West Regent Street. 3326223.

I Panama Jax (‘ustom 1 lottsc ()uay. 221 0865.

I Peggy Sue’s 46 \Ncst George Street. 332 311011.

I Bottles 15 Benaldcr Street. I’artick Cross. 334 5321.

I Boottops 92 Sauchiehall Street. 332 5883.

I Savoy Savoy Centre. Sauchichall Street, 3320751.

I Tuxedo Princess Anderston Quay. 2.04 1150.

I Venue 474 Sauchiehall Street. 332 3872.

I Warehouse 85 Dunlop Street. 221 3623.


I The Amphitheatre 31 Lothian Road . 229 7670.

I Bermuda Triangle in Coasters Complex. I Buster Browns 25—27 Market Street. 226 4224.

I Cale 81 James 25 St James Centre . 557 2631.

I Cinderella: Bockenellas 99 St Stephen Street. 5560266.

I Edgars 96a Rose Street North Lane.

I Finsbury Park 3—5 South St Andrew Street. 556 1020.

I Liberty's Grecnside Place. 557 3807.

I Madlsons Greenside Place, 557 3807.

I Outer Limits in Coasters Complex.

I Pelican 209 Cowgatc. 2255413.

I lied Hot Pepper Club 56 Fountainbridgc. 229 7733.

I Shady Ladies ('owgttlc. 225 6569.

I Venue ('atltott Road, 5573073.

I White Swan Morrison Street. 228 1949. I Wilkle House Cowgutc.

58 The List 1 14 Septembcr1989