I fllco's 375 Sauchiehall Street.

I 147 Club Cheapside Street (next to the Daily Record building).

I Battles 15 Benalder Street. Partick Cross. 334 5321.

I Rooftops 92 Sauchiehall Street. 332 5883.

I Savoy Savoy Centre. Sauchiehall Street.

332 0751 .

I Scalini 51 West Regent Street. 331 1980.

I The Shelter 7 Renfrew Court. 332 6231. I Sub Club 22 Jamaica Street. 248 4600. I SW1 48 Carlton Place. 429 5559.

I Talk Of The Town 46 West George Street. 332 3000.

I Tin Pan Alley 39 Mitchell Street. 221 5275.

I Venue 474 Sauchichall Street. 332 3872.


I Floral Riot Network 2. 10.30pm—4am. £2. Full of mop-top student types flopping their fringes to the likes ofJames. Stone Roses and other current new-wave faves. Hot and sweaty and horribly busy. but inevitably enjoyable.

I Zappa Wilkie House. 11pm—3am. £2.50 (£2). Perhaps the ultimate student club- ‘strangely strange. oddly normal’. and boasting a playlist of60s and 70s stuff: Hendrix. Led Zepplin. Velvet Underground. The Doors. and em . . . Fleetwood Mac. Nothing to boast about. that last one.

I Marley: Shady Lady‘s. 10.30pm—3am. £2. Well. they said (myself included) that reggae was going to be THE sound ofthe summer. and whilst that reaction might just have been induced by the warm weather. there is no doubt that this genre is rapidly gaining the recognition which it deserves. This might just be the clubto convince the crowd that a slower tempo does no necstsarily equate with an empty dancefloor. although it is somewhat reliant on older. recognisable tracks— and an older. recognisable audience.

I Pure The Venue. l 1pm—4am. Members only. An interesting new concept designed to eliminate the undesirable element from the city club scene. Trot down to the Venue on a Friday evening. enterits cavernous depths by the side door. have your picture taken. fill in a membership form. and trot off home. Unless you are a part of the city‘s undesirable element. your photopass will drop through your letterbox during the following week. allowing you to get into said club that Friday.

- I Tangerine The Mission. llpm—3am. £2. Yet another indie club. Run by the lads from Katch I suppose ifwe really have to have one more then it‘s just as well to be theirs. Promising old and new alternative music whatever happened to the dance revolution. kids?

I Beatbox Teviot Row Union. 9pm—2am. (Students and guests only). The biggest and busiest of the city‘s student union discos. boasting huge attendance figures for their two Friday night clubs. All sorts of music. all sorts of people. Fine ifyou like that type oftbing.


I The Amphitheatre 10pm—4am. £1.75 before 11pm/£3.50 after.

I Buster Browns llpm—3.30am. £2.75.

I Blue Oyster Club 10.30pm-4am.

I Cale St James 8pm—2am. £1 members/£2 non members. Prices rise after 11pm.

I Chaplin: at Finsbury Park. 1 1pm—4am. £2.

I The Red Hot Pepper Club l0pm-4am. £3 before 1 l .30pm/£4 after.

I Madison: 9pm—3am. £1 before 1 lpm/£2

after. I Millie: l0pm—6am. £2 before 2.30am; £3 after.


I Apocalypse Chambers Street Union. 9pm—2am. (Students and guests only). Chambers Street attempts to shake off its



Shamen and Stevie V, plus the best local 015 at venues in Munich, Geneva, Milan and Amsterdam.

And now British clubbers are being given the opportunity to participate in what promises to be an unstoppable treat for party feet, with a series of three dates continuing the trans-European concept.

Scotland’s turn comes on 7 Nov,

3 :Vx; when in association with The List, Tin

‘Seen the programme? Got the trainers? Now prepare to party!’

Corporate culture is becoming increasingly aware of the commercial potential of the club scene, so it is hardly surprising that the past year has seen business interest unite with nightlife hedonism in unions beneficial to both.

Now, following LA Gear’s sponsorship of MTV’s Party Zone programme, the world’s fastest growing fashion, athletic, footwear company are combining with the cable station's club show to host special events in the most happening cities across Europe.

Already thousands of ravers have joined with special guests Duran Duran, Boy George, the Rebel MC, The

Pan Alley will house the country’s most upfront DJs, the Slam boys, Orde Meikle and Stuart McMillan, along with Jeremy Healy of the E-Zee Possee. These, along with surprise PAs, celebrity guests, and complimentary Coca Cola, Sol Lager and Bacardi Bum will ensure a night to get Glasgow grooving.

And to ensure admission to this exciting event, bringing the best in dance action from the satellite to the street? Well, it's free but by invitation only. These can be won through selected local LA Gear stockists via competitions on the special LA Gear/MTV Party Zone telephone hotline 0898 333 555, or see our competitions page for a further chance to obtain your invite.

LA Gear/MTV Party Zone Party, in association with The List, at Glasgow’s Tin Pan Alley on 7 Nov.

manic metal image by playing host to. wait for it. a dance club. Incongruous as it may sound. the idea appears to be working well. Worth a visit.

I Bedrock Club The Venue. 9pm—4am. Live bands plus a disco make this a popular night. Sec rock listings for details. I Brain Wilkie House. llpni—3am. £3. Nov 3 and monthly. Yes! The London boys are back! After their phenomenal success during the Festival. the Soho crew return for yet another night oftheir inimitable sounds. Featuring DJs Mad Al and Sean McLusky. plus PAs and spc.‘ial appearances. Go nowhere else tonight.

I Ketch Shady Lady‘s. l 1pm-3ani. £2. indie. indie and yet more indie music but the lack of originality does not repel their band of faithful regulars who shamble along every week regardless. Worth the odd visit though. as the playlist has been known to change on occasion. Seriously. a worthwhile Saturday option if this is your sort of thing.

I Mambo Club Network 3. 10.30pm-3am. £2 members.'£2.50 non-members. Sir ()ssie on the wheels of steel mixingthe best in African dance with calypso and soca around the world stylee.

I Wheels The Mission. 1 lpm—3am. £1.50 before midnight/£2.50 after. Horror! A rock night! Hairy men. motorbikes. Metallica t-shirts. leather trousers. A Nightmare on Victoria Street.


I The Amphitheatre 10pm—4am. £2 before llprrv’£4 after.

I Buster Browns l 1 .30pm—3.30am. £3.75. I Blue Oyster Club 10.30pm—4am.

I Cafe St James Rpm—2am. See Fri for details.

I ChaplinSat Finsbury Park. 11pm—4am. See Fri for details.

I Red Hot Pepper Club 10pm—4am. £3 before 1 1pm/£4 after.

I Millie: 10pm—6am. £2 before 2.30am: £3 after.


I Charity Night Shady Lady‘s. 7—] 1pm. From 7 Oct. A monthly series ofclubs organised to raise money for local charities. A yet-to-bc-decided guest DJ will play ‘everything and anything“ -

basically just an assortment ofiecords designed to get you dancing. Better than anything else you might consider doing on a Sunday evening. and it's in a good cause. so you‘re allowed to feel virtuous all Monday morning.


I The Amphitheatre 10pm—3am. £1 before 1 1pm/‘L'2afler.

I Blue Oyster Club ll).30pm~—4am.

I Buster Browns 10pm-4am. llalfpricc before 1 1pm'£2.75 after.

I Chapps Madisons. 11pm—4am.


I ShBoom! Network 1.2 & 3. llpm—4am. £2.50. Remember. remember the fifth of November. Make Bonfire Night go with a bang in the company of three of the city's best clubs. which have teamed up for an explosive evening for charity. Experience the hip-and-trendy sounds of Devil Mountain. the liip-and-indie sounds of Floral Riot. and the not-very-bip-at-all-but- we‘ve-now-got-a-Charlatans-record sound of Shag. if you only go to one club this term. make it thisone. SeeTalking Loud for further details.


I Milliesl1pm—4am.FRi€li.


I The Final Solution The Amphitheatre. 10pm—3am. Members only. From ()ct 23. A new gay club run by the old Fire Island team. The name sounds a trifle ominous. but despite this it should be a welcome addition to the city scene.

I Millies 1 1pm—4am. FREE. Where else can you go on a Tuesday (or indeed a Monday) but Millics'.’ Formerly [Edinburgh's foremost gay club; now no longer as busy or trendy. but still playing great chart disco and hi-nrg. and still the best place to head after the pubs have closed.


I Breathless Potterrow. Spiii— lam. Students 50p with matric card. guests £1.50. This popular club retUrns for another term of upfront dance. Populated

largely. but not exclusively by students. and worth checking out for the ridiculously cheap bar prices which help contribute to the general ambience ofthe place.

I Oreamscape The Amphitheatre.

1 lpni—4am. £2 (sortie free passes available from the usual pubs and clubs). Shaping up as a dance force to be reckoned with thanks to the efforts of the indomitable Bootsy. Ignore the marble statuettes. and get on down to the best house sounds from the past decade. Who'd have llll‘ ght that they'd have managed it'.’

I North The Mission. 10.30pm -3am. £3(£2.50).1iverything starts with an M at this indie-dance club which plays the sort of music originating somewhere in the north. surprisingly enough. Go and scuff your 'l‘imberlands to the Mondays. Roses. Charlatans. James. Farm. (iet the idea'.’ OTHERS

I Millies 11pm—4am. l-‘Rliii.


I Atomic hi-NRG Attack The Penthouse. 8pm- 1 am. FRlifi. lfyou thought that hi-NRG 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 Freeze Madisons. lllpm—4am. £3. A brand new club aiming to cater for serious clubbers. ('utmaster B and 1)] Chris spin the best in upfront house. direct from London. Worth checking out. SeeTalking Loud for more details.

I Ice Wilkie House. llpm-3am. £3. A welcome return for the Cooke twins. bringing their own inimitable brand of dance music back to its rightful midweek slot. 1 louse. garage. indie—dance plus. on 25 Oct. a special appearance by Scottish band A (‘ientlc Sound. currently riding high on a wave of publicity generated by the labelling ofoiie gigas ‘the Highlands' first acid house party'. ()oohh. shocking stuff. lads. But. nevertheless. check out their special blend of peace. love. unity and (ills-influenced indie» pop.

I Kick Teviot Row Union. Rpm-midnight. (Students and guests only). A new indie dance club run by students for students.

I Shag The Mission & Shady Lady's. 10.30pm—3am. £2. Are you shagging tonight? The rest of the student population are.


I The Amphitheatre 10pm—-3am. Halfpriee before 1 1pmt£2 after.

I Cafe St James 8pm~ lam. Free.

I Blue Oyster Club. 10.30pm—4am.

I Red Hot Pepper Club 10.3pm-3aiii.£1.50 before 11.30pni.£2.50aftcr.

I Millie: l lpni—4zim. FREE.


I The Amphitheatre 31 Lotliian Road. 22‘) 7670.

I Blue Oyster Club 96a Rose Street Lane North. 226 6458.

I Buster Browns 25 -27 Market Street. 226 4224.

I Cafe St James 25 St James Centre. 557 2631.

I Chambers Street Student Union Chambers Streei.6671011.

I Finsbury Park .15 South St Andrew Street. 556 1020.

I Liberty's (ircenside Place. 557 3807.

I Madison's (ireensidc Place. 557 3807. I Millies Niddrie Street. 5566050.

I Moray House Student Union llolyrood Road. 556 8455.

I The Network West Tollcross. 221' 3252. I The Penthouse Home Street. Tolcross. I Potterrow Student Union Brislo Square. 6670214.

I Red Hot Pepper Club 56 Pountainbridgc. 22‘) 7733.

I Shady Lady‘s Cowgate. 225 6569.

I Teviot Bow Student Union Teviot Row, 667 2091.

I The Venue Calton Road. 557 3073. J

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