I Fuse Calton Studios. llpm—Jam. £3.50. Yogi’s second night of the week — in much the same vein as Friday. but with an independent soul room upstairs. Best choice for a Saturday ifyou are impressed by fashionable elitism.
I Ketch Shady Lady‘s. llpm—3am. £2. The playlist seems to have suffered yet another change of direction. so now you can go and scuff your Timberlands to all that Manchester sort of stuff. The wearing of hooded tops is also permitted again.
I Mambo Club Network 3. 10.30pm—3am. £2 members/£2.50 non members. Sir Ossie on the wheels of steel mixing the best in African dance with calypso and
I Power Mission. 10pm—3am. £3. The Kangaroo Klub under another name — swing beat and house for a younger audience. Lots of big white trainers. and Happy Mondays T-shirts.
I Amphitheatre lOpm—4am. £2 before 11pm/£4 after.
I Buster Brown: 1 1 .30pm—3.30am. £3.75. I Cele St James 8pm—2am. See Fri for details.
I ChapIIIISat Finsbury Park. 1 1pm—4am. See Fri for details.
I Red Hot Pepper Club l0pm--4am. £3 before “pm/£4 after.
I Millionaires l lpm—4am. £1.
IAmphltheatre 10pm—3am. £1 before 11pm/£2 after.
I Buster Browns 10pm—4am. Half price before “pm/£2.75 after.
I Millionaires l lpm—4am. £1.
I Bess Rock The Mission. 10.30pm—3am. £2. Get those ﬂares a-flappingto Manchester sounds. plus house. hip hop andsouL
I Messenger Reggae Sound System The Venue. 9pm-late. £2 (£1 .50). A reggae club that plays Ragamuffin. Lovers Rock and some massive Dub sounds instead of the more mainstream. On the night — live MC Zeb. selecting the rhythms rough and rugged, whilst using the 4k PA to itsfull effect. Listen to his vocals on the excellent new Sugar Bullet single as an indication of ability.
I Lite Shady Lady‘s. 9.30pm—2am. £2. Life plays indie all night. especially those indie sounds originating in the north somewhere. Everything starts with an M.
I Atomic hi-NRG Attack Penthouse. 8pm—1am. FREE. lfyou thought that hi-NRCr ended with ‘So Macho‘. then think again. Most of us wished that it had. but not Dave and Adam. who play the hottest new imports every week.
I Saddle Sore Pelican. l0pm—3am. £2. Edinburgh's one and only Country and Western club. Hosted by the White Denim
Cowboy (alias Fer from Devil
Mountain). and featuring the kind of music to lay your blanket on the ground and stand by your man and all that sort of thing to. No trendy ‘NewCountry‘ nonsense — instead genuine classics ofthe Dolly Parton 'n’ Kenny Rogers type. Yce-l law!
I Shag Mission. 10.30pm--3am. £2. Shaggingon one ﬂoor only forthe summer. cos all the students have packed up and gone home. Playing those old songs you know the words to but really shouldn't — altogether now. ‘()h what a night . . .‘
IAmphitheatre 10pm—3am. Halfpricc before 11pm.i'£2 after.
I Cale St James 8pm-- 1 am. Free.
I Chateaux Cha Cha Blue Oyster Club. 10.30pm—-3am. £2.50.
I Red Hot Pepper Club 10.3pm —3am. £1 .51‘ before11.30pm/£2.50after.
I Amphitheatre 31 Lothian Road. 229 7670.
I Blue Oyster Club 9621 Rose Street Lane North. 226 6458.
I Buster Browns 25—27 Market Street. 226 4224.
I Cale StJames 25 St James Centre. 557 2631.
I Chambers Street Student Union Chambers Street. 667 1011.
I Finsbury Park 3—5 South St Andrew Street. 556 1020.
I Liberty's Greenside Place. 557 3807. I Madisons Grecnside Place. 557 3807. I Millionaires Niddrie Street. 556 6050. I Moray House Student Union 1 lolyrood Road. 556 8455.
I Network West Tollcross. 228 3252.
I Penthouse Home Street. Tollcross.
I Potterrow Student Union, Bristo Square,
I Red Hot Pepper Club 56 Fountainbridge. 229 7733.
I Shady Lady’s Cowgatc. 225 6569.
I Teviot Row Student UnionTeviot Row. 667 2091.
I Venue Calton Road. 557 3073.
HATS OFF TO ROBERT
A nice aspect of the current vitality of the Glaswegian clubs scene is the ever-increasing number of nights catering for those with a taste for the out of the ordinary - how about, for instance, a club playing country music? It’s happening at The Shelter, it’s called The Stetson, and, as Robert Cavanagh oi Peach County, who have a residency there, explains, it’s not such an unlikely idea as you might think.
‘It just so happens that 1990 seems to have seen quite a revival in a new country sound,’ he says. ‘I think, to be honest, that New Country is a label that is being grabbed and clung onto by people who are looking for some kind of old-world alternative to all this acid,
hip-hop and house that’s floating around. Basically, we set this up to strike up some kind of live music alternative to all that, and it seems to be going down very well. The bar takings are phenomenal, taking more money than on any other night, so we can only gauge from that it’s a success}
While denying that The Stetson has any kind of relation to the maudlin sentimentality or tacky glamour of The Grand 01’ Opry, they do admit to an appeal which crosses style boundaries. ‘The kind of people who have turned up to the clubs solar have been anything from the traditional country fans—which usually means they’re aged about Gil-plus, they come along in lrilly shirts and jeans and really have a good night— they're a bloody supportive audience! Or, on the other hand, you get all the young guns about town who buy their clothes from Rodeo, who really just want to have a good dance and let themselves go. It’s the kind of atmosphere you might get at a ceilidh — maybe just slightly more civilised.’
Music ranges from janglin' guitar man Steve Earle to some of Elvis’ more rootsy, ‘Sun Sessions’ material; but definitely does not include ‘Stand By YourMan’. Never mind, you’ll just have to sing it yourself on the way home. (Andrea Baxter)
The Stetson swings into the saddle at The Shelter on 27th July, and on the last Friday of every month.
I Heatwave Club De Marl Arthur Street. A r.
Thyure 12 Day One! 9pm—2am. Live acts Orbital and Asmo. Main DJ Winston Hazel! (Jive Turkey. Sheffield).
Fri 13 Day Two! 9pm—2am. Live acts Fresh Four, Kicking Back With Taxman and Asmo. Main DJ Winston Hazel! (Jive Turkey, Sheffield).
Set14 Day Three! 9pm—2am. Live acts Syndicut and Asmo. Main DJ Dave Calikes (M8).
Sun 15 Day Four! 9pm—4am. Live Acts Lindy Layton. Beats International. Sugar
Bullet and Asmo. Main DJs BobJeffries (Club De Mar) and Segun (Hardcore). Mon 16 Day Five! 9pm—2am. Live Act Da Posse. Main DJ Jackie Morrison (Fever). Tue 17 Day Six! 9pm—2am. Live Act 808 State. Main DJ Bob Jeffries (Club De Mar).
Wed 18 Day Seven! 9pm—2am. Live Act Jesus Loves You (featuring Boy (ieorge). Main DJ Fat Tony (The Wag Club. Land of Oz. London).
Thurs 19 Day Eight! 9pm—2am. Live act as yet unconfirmed. Main DJs Tim Westwood (Capital Radio) and Fat Tony (The Wag Club. Land ofOz. London). Fri 20 Day Nine! 9pm--2am. Live Acts Jazzie P and impedance. Main DJsTony Wilson (Decadance) and Fat Tony.
Sat21 Day Ten! 9pm—2am. Live Acts Soho and Jamie J. Morgan. Main DJs Tony Wilson (Decadance) and Bob Jeffries (Club De Mar).
Sun 22 Day Eleven! 9pm—4am. Live Acts Double Trouble and Ezzee Possee. Main DJs Bob Jeffries. Segun. Tony Wilson and Dave Calikes.
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