I The Tunnel 11pm—3.30am. £4/£2 with matric card. Student-orientated music from indie to funk that packs ‘em in.
I Adrenalin at the Calton. 10pm-5am. £7. Hard dance club with two ‘live‘ (read DAT) acts each and every week. I Baby upstairs at the Waverley Bar. 9pm—2am. £1/frce with an item ofkitsch! An intriguing new pre-club club. playing ’departure lounge’ music in a venue designed to look like a living room from hell. What a concept! I Beatbox at Teviot Row Union. 8pm—2am. Free for students. £1 for guests. This is the biggie. the danceﬂoor mecca for students the world over. On the middle level is Inertia. for the more selective Clubber. and down in the crypts are the dark and varied indie delights of Strangeways. I Buster Browns 10.30pm—3.30am. £1 .50 before 11.30pm/£3 after. Mainstream chart sounds mixed with soul. oldies and rave. Available Mon—Thurs for private parties. I Cathouse at The Mission. 10.30pm—4am. £2.5()/£l .50 with ﬂyer. Yo! Rockin'. Happy hour from 1 lpm—lam. I Century 2000 10pm—4am. £3 before midnight/£5 after. Fairly middle-of—the-road dance night in an extravagant setting. I Dynamic 3 Soul Club at Claremont Hotel. 15 Claremont Street. 7.30pm—lam. £2.50. 16 Oct only. Third anniversary Northern Soul night with Jim Tennant. Adcy Harley. Keith Whitson. Mark Wilson and CliffCamﬁcld. I Fuzion at The Music Box. 10pm-3am. £5. Upfront Euro-dance for dressed-up. clued-up kids. I Finsbury Park. llpm—4am. £2. Chart sounds. I Lovewash at The Citrus Club. 10.30pm—5am. £5. 16 Oct. DJ Alon spins rare groove and funk from that flavour of the month decade. you got it. the 70s. I Madison’s Rock Night 10pm—4am. £2. Pretty self-explanatory. this one. I Marley’s Reggae Klub at Cavendish. 11pm—4am. £3/£2.50. The city‘s longest-running reggae night (fourteen years. better believe it). with roots. ragga, lovers, heavyweight dub and dancehall. I Nation at Shady Lady‘s. l 1pm—4am. £2.5()/£2. 16 Oct only. First ofwhat is hoped will become a regular night of electro-body music. Happy hour from 11pm—lam. I Partyceilidhdisco at Moray House Union. 9pm—4am. Free/£1.50. From9 Oct. Three hour ceilidh. four hour disco. All drinks £1.30. Fortnightly. I Pure at The Venue. 11pm—5am. Upfront. hard-edged underground dance music. Wet walls and a lack of oxygen the in-house speciality. I Red Hot Pepper Club 10pm—4am. £4. I Release at the Rave Cave. 11pm—4am. Underground house from Cutmaster B. I 7 ATE 9 at La Belle Angele. £3. From9 Oct. New club from one of the erstwhile makers of Thunderball. Expect pedigree sounds and vibesome times. I The Solution 8.30pm—4am. With a restaurant. three cocktail bars. cabaret and live music. The Solution provides the more mature clubbers (over 255) with a relaxed venue for late night socialising. I Spacehopper at The Vaults. 11pm—4am. £4. Rabble of DJs— Richard from Chelsea, Mark from Hipster, Jeremy from Snakepit, Angus from Top Ten — play babble of 705 sounds. Sweet memories and ‘orrible nightmares. all can be heard here. I Streetrave at The Citrus Club. 11pm—4am. 9 Oct only. Sasha making rare appearance north of the border with Streetrave posse from Ayr.
I Tribal Funktlon at the Blue Oyster Club. 11pm—43m. £3.50. From 16 Oct. Back ina new venue. replete with that all-important Chill Out Room. Dance till you drip.
I Twiggle at Moray House Union.
1 1pm—4am. New indie sounds from this fortnightly club. From 16 Oct.
I Wide Awake Club at Millies. l lpm—4am. £2. Everybody‘s fave gay club. What more need we say?
I Baby upstairs at the Waverley Bar. 9pm—2am. £l/free with an item of kitsch. See Fridays.
I The Bakery at Wee Red Bar, Art College. lOpm—4am. From 10 Oct, and every three weeks after. Funk and soul meet house. with live bands in the area. First band is The Cakes. who will be doing classic funk covers and doling out buckshee bakery products. Is that a doughnut or a meringue? Naw, you‘re right enough. it‘s adoughnut.
I Blue Oyster Club 11pm—6am. £2 before 12.30am/£4 after.
I Buster Browns 10.30pm—4am. £2 before 11.30pm/£4 after. See Fridays.
I Century 2000 10pm—4am. £5/£3 before midnight. Mega Party Night with regular PAs.
I Cubik at the Music Box. 10pm—3am. £5. Solid dance action with regular PAS and a large. if not too tall. crowd. Ifthisdoesn’t get your feet on the ﬂoor and your armsin the air, then nothing will.
I Euphoria UnderlBs at The Calton. 6pm—lOpm. £4. Euphoria for under 185, as the name would suggest. .
I Euphoria at The Calton. 11.30pm—5am. £8. Bass-heavy hardcore tunes (sorry, tunes probably isn‘t the right word here) from the hotly tipped Marc Smith ofTI'F remix fame. the Waxman, Eggi and M88. I FBI at Moray House Union. llpm—4am. £3. 10 Oct. fortnightly. So there‘s much industry humming and hawing over the definition of ‘indie‘ and how to compile such charts? Here‘s a tip for the BPI from FBI: here is indie music in its mulitifarious guises.
I Finsbury Park 1 1pm—4am. £2. See Fridays. . .
I Katch at Shady Lady‘s. 10.30pm-4am. £2. A veritable cornucopia of indie music from the 805 and 905.
I Mambo Club at Cavendish. llpm—4am. £3/£2.50. Around the world stylee, with Sir Ossie on the wheels ofsteel.
I Red Hot Pepper Club 10pm—4am. £4.
I Rock Orgasm at The Mission. 10.30pm—4am. £2. Weekly rock night advertised by objectionany sexist ﬂyers. Happy hour 10.30pm-12.30am.
I Sex Machine at The Vaults. 11pm—4am. £4. Unadulterated funkerama, kicking off on 10 Oct. Thereafter. fortnightly. So funky is this new club that the Godfather Of Soul. Al Pacino, named his most legendary track after it. Honest.
I Shatt at Moray House Union. llpm—4am. £3.50. 17 Oct, fortnightly. Experience pie-eyed grin-athon at this tacky 70s funfest of rare groove and disco. I The Solution 8.30pm—4am. See Fridays. I SkinZskin at The Vaults. 11pm—6am. £5. From 17 October, once a month. Rubber and leather fetishists‘ wet dream, with painful chafing an optional extra. HI-NRG Eurosounds. Tickets and further info from ()31 226 7607, and on the night, subject to availability.
I Some at The Vaults. 11pm—4am. £4. 17 Oct only. Fortnightly hardcore dance club, getting mellower by the minute (or so they tell me). Good night.
I Tattoo at the Citrus Club. llpm—4am. Members £5/£4 before midnight, non—members £6. Highly recommended dance club. (Full of young lads with no t-shirts on, girls!)
I Tlmewarp at The Mission. 11pm—4am. £2./free before lam. Featuring a truly
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With dance music dominating the Scottish dance iloors, house, rave and garage teature strongly in the current BACARDI Beat Dance Chart.
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Away irom the charts, listen out for the excellent Black Science Orchestra’s ‘Where Were You?’, another crunchier deep house track
from the Fire Island label. The 908 soul revival is in top gear and believe it or not The Christians have recorded a moody and bouncy version of Gil Scott-Heron’s ‘The Bottle’ which deserves to be a dance hit tor cheek alone.
Garage tracks in this week’s chart include Club Z’s ‘I Wanna Be Someone’ at No 19. Remixed by Tony Humphries, it’s a lunky track with a smooth vocal helping cool down a solid beat.
Dina Carroll follows up ‘Ain’t No Man with a Clivilles and Cole-produced new single called ‘A Special Kind Of Love’ — commercial maybe, but a powerlul vocal with sweeping beats makes it a club winner.
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