9pm-2am. (Students and guestsonly.) FRIiIi. ('urrently packing them in fora night of hard rock music. Metallica T-shirts abound. (iood unhygenic fttn.
I Bedrock Club The Venue. Upm—Jam. Liy e rock bands and disco. attract a good crowd to this popttlar night. See rock listings for details.
I Dimension-25 ( )blomoys. 9pm— Iatn. FREE. Billed as a pre-club ‘club' with a balearic attitttde ~- diyerse dance and ttpfront sottnds mixed with classics. With lighting by WAR and backdrops by Dark Angel.
I Katch Shady Lady ‘s. llpm—3am. £2. The eyer-popular Immigrant club changes its natne and playlist bttt not. we wottld suspect. its faithful band of regttlars. His and 70s stttff combined with more up to date Mancunian nonsense. as well as indie faves like RliM. \‘l'onderstuffand New Order. A consistently good Saturday option ~ witlt not a hooded top in sight.
I Mambo Club Network 3. [0.30pm-A3ant. £2 members £2.50 nort members. Sir ()ssie on the wheels ofsteel mixingthe best in African dance with calypso and soca around the world sty lee.
I Power'l‘he Mission. l0pm—3am. £3. Following in the footsteps ofthe long-running Kangaroo Klub. this aims to banish the preyalent sense offashionable elitism wltich exists in city clubbing by fcatttring swing beat and hottse iii a less sty le-conscious atmosphere.
I Sex Beat Wee Red Bar. Iidinburgh (‘ollege of Art I'ttion. l0pm—3am. £2 (lookout for' £1 invites). lfthe etn . .. unusual advertising campaign doesn't get you along to this new dance club. the eclectic playlist should. Hard and heavy new beat. electro. acid and hip hop. You will come.
I The Amphitheatre 10pm—4am. £2 before 11pm £4 after.
I Buster Browns l l .30pm—3.3llam. £3.75. I Cale St James Spin—2am. See Fri for details.
I ChaplinSat liittsbury Park. llpm—Jam. Sec l‘ri for details.
I Red Hot Pepper Club l0pm—4am. £3 before I Ipm’£4 after.
IThe Amphitheatre l0pm~~3am. £l before llptn £2 after.
I Buster Browns lllpnt-«tam. llalfprice before I Ipm £2.75 after.
I Bass Rock The Mission. l0.30pm-—3am. £2. A newish club playing house. hip hop. soul and. wait for it. Manchester sottnds. This should get those flaresa-flapping.
I Messenger Reggae Sound System The Venue. 9pm—late. £2 (£1 .50). For the first time in this city a reggae club that plays Ragamuffin. Lovers rock and some massive Dub sounds instead ofchart reggae. On the night — liye MC Zeb. selecting rythms rough and rugged. while using the 4k PA to its fulleffect.
I Breathless Potterrow. 8pm—lam. Students 50p with matric card. guests £1.50. Breathless continues not only to draw a good student crowd but also encompasses more up-to-date sounds. combining Prince. Electribc 101 and De La Soul for a night that is perhaps the best ofits kind. Maybe the fact that they haye the cheapest bar prices in town helps it retain a sense of fun.
I Loaded The Mission. 10.30pm—3am. £2. Innovative. trendy ‘alternatiye‘ dance club. playing an appealing mix of indie and house. Happy Mondays. Public Enemy. Soul II Soul. etc.
I Lite Shady Lady's. 9.30pm—2am. £2. An unknown quantity no more! Life plays indie all night. and yes. the lnsipid Carpets cow on their flye rs does point towards music with a Mancunian bias.
I Zappa Wilkie llouse. Ilpm--3ant. £2.50 (£2). Yet another new mid-week club. Billed as ‘strangely strange.oddly norntal'. their posters boast an impressive range of60s and 70s stuff— Hendrix. Led Zepplin. Velvet Underground. The Doors. and em . . . Fleetwood Mac. Nothing to boast about that last one.
I Chateaux Cha Cha Blue Oyster Club. 10.30pm—3am. £2.50. Designer gear a go-go at this stylish club which combines the best of both the gay and straight scenes under one grooye. Suffering a steady decrease itt popularity though — Roxy's days would seem to be numbered.
I Atomic hi-NHG Attack The Penthouse. 8pm—lam. FREE. lfyou thought that lti-NRG ended with ‘So macho‘. then think again! DJs Dave and Adam play the hottest new imports. and if you don‘t burn out after that they also include some chart attd dance music to ensure you do.
I Insomnia Wilkie llouse. llpm—3am. £3/£2. Experience the ultimate raye with an eclectic blend of indie dance. garage and deep house. The Shamen . That Petrol Iimotion. 808 State. Happy Mondays. etc combine to come up with something really worth losing sleepover. See preview for details ofa special one-off.
I Shag The Mission. 10.30pm—3am. £2. Well. the price may have increased. but nothing stops the youth of Edinburgh from Shagging(Phnarr! Phnarr! Again.) ()h. it'sa laugh. innit'.’
I The Amphitheatre 10pm—3am. llalfprice before I lpm£2 after.
I Cate St James 8pm— lam. Free.
I Red Hot Pepper Club 10.3pm—3am. £1 .50 before 11.30pm £2.50after.
IThe Amphitheatre 31 Lothian Road. 229 7670.
I Blue Oyster Club 96a Rose Street Lane .\'orth.22(to~15ts'.
I Buster Browns 25—27 Market Street. 226 4224.
I Cate St James 25 St James Centre. 557 263 l.
I Chambers Street Student union Chambers Street. 667 1011.
I Charlie Parlters South Bridge (opp Tron Kirk). 556 o050.
I Finsbury Park 3-5 South St Andrew Street. 556 1020.
I Liberty's (ireenside Place. 557 3807.
I Madisons (ireenside Place. 557 3807.
I Moray House Student Union 1 lolyrood Road. 5568455.
I The Network \Vest 'l‘ollcross. 22S 3252. I The Penthouse llotne Street. 'l'ollcross. I Potterrow Student Union. Bristo Square. 567 0214.
I Red Hot Pepper Club 56 Fountainbridge. 229 7733.
I Shady Lady's Cowgate. 225 656‘).
I Teviot Bow Student UnionTeyiot Row. 667 2091.
I Venue ('alton Road. 557 3073.
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