I Sim Ting at Reds. llpm—3am. £3/£2. Serious jazz‘n’funk from Johnny Wilkes and Paul.

I Strathclyde University Union 9pm—2am. Free.

I The Tunnel llpm—3.30am. £4/£2 with matric card. Student-orientated music from indie to funk that packs ’em in.



I Baby upstairs at the Waverley Bar. 9pm—2am. £l/free with an item ofkitsch! An intriguing new pre-club club, playing ‘departure Iounge' 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. £2.50/£2 with flyer. Yo! Rockin’. Happy hour from llpm—lam.

I Century 2000 10pm—4am. £3 before midnight/£5 after. Fairly middle-of-the-road dance night in an extravagant setting.

I Cubik at The Music Box. 10pm—3am. £5. Members/guests. Upfront dance club. regular DJs, regular guest Dis and occasional guest PAs.

I Evol at Wilkie House. 10.30pm—4am. £3/£2.50. DJs Kieren, Paul and Amanda playing indie sounds from the 605, 70s and 805 through to the current releases on the indie scene.

I Flnsbury Park. llpm—4am. £2. Chart sounds.

I Ketch at Shady Lady‘s. llpm—4am. £2.50/£2 with flyer. Popular indie club getting a regular Friday night slot, playing 80’s and 90’s indie dance.

I Lovewash at The Citrus Club. 11pm—4am. £5. DJ Alon (Carwash) from London playing jazzy funk and funkyjazz in this popular monthly club.

I Madison’s Rock Night 10pm-4am. £2. Paint on those tight jeans and get out the hairspray, for this weekly night of predictable rock music.

I Marley’s Reggae ltlub at Cavendish. 10.30pm—4am. £2.50. The city‘s longest-running reggae night (fourteen years, believe it or not), with roots, ragga, lovers, heavyweight dub and dancehall. I Melting Pot at Wee Red Bar, Art College. 10.30pm—4am. £3. 13 Nov only. I Partycellldhdlsco at Moray House Union. 9pm—4am. Free/£2. 6 Nov only. Three-hour ceilidh, four-hour disco. All drinks £1 .30. Fortnightly.

I Passion at The Calton Club. llpm—Sam. £6/£3 students. 6 Nov, weekly. Progressive house and gararge. DJs John Mancini, Larz and Cutmaster B.

I Pure at The Venue. 11.30pm—4am. £5/£3 members. Upfront, hard-edged underground dance music. Wet walls, packed dancefloor and a lack of oxygen the in-house speciality. 6 Nov only, guest DJ Evil Eddie Richards from London. llpm—Sam. £7/£5 members

I Red llot Pepper Club 10pm—4am. £4.

I Release at the Rave Cave. 11pm-4am. Underground house from Cutmaster B. I Rhumba at The Citrus Club. 1 1pm—5am. Tickets only. 6 Nov only. The Rhumba club returns and you can be guaranteed a hot, sweaty, sticky night.

I Rude at La Belle Angele. lOpm—Iate. £3/£2.50. 6 Nov only. New weekly club in

this recently re-opened venue. Ska, reggae. raga, dub and On-U. I Spaeehopper at The Vaults. 11pm—4am. ; £3. 70$ sounds, from funk to glam toindie i to ABBA. Leave your credibility in the cloakroom and get your dancin‘ shoes on. i I Static Age at Wee Red Bar, Art College. I 10pm-43m. £1 before midnight/£2 after. 6 I Nov only. Alternative, hardcore. f psychedelic, punk club. Not forthe ! faint-hearted or easily aurally offended punters. 5 I The Tardis 8.30pm—4am. With a 5 restaurant, three cocktail bars, cabaret i and live music, The Tardis provides the . more mature clubbers (over 255) with a relaxed venue for late-night socialising. f I Tribal Funktion at the Blue Oyster Club. 7 11pm—4am. £3.50. 6 Nov, weekly. Back ; with a vengeance. funky sounds, fresh ; popcorn, table football and the. surely by i now. legendary chill-out room. 3 I Twiggy at Moray House Union. i llpm—4am. £3/£2.50. 13 Nov. Fortnightly ': club playing 60s music. ‘Classic Pop' for ‘Classic Popsters‘. : I Wide Awake Club at Millies. l 1pm—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 ofkitsch.

‘See Fridays.

I The Banshee at Liberty's. 10pm—4am.

£2. 14 Nov only. industrial punk. goth and

indie in this busy gothic heaven.

l I Blue Oyster Club llpm—6am. £2 before

12.30am/£4 after.

I Buster Browns 10.30pm—4am. £2 before

11.30pm/£4 after. See Fridays.

I Century 2000 1(lpm—4am. £5/£3 before

midnight. Mega Party Night with regular


I Club Sandino at Liberty‘s. 11pm—4am.

£3 before midnight/£4 after. 7 Nov only.

Excellent Latin American dance club

running monthly.

I Cubik at the Music Box. 10pm—3am. £5.

Members/guests only. Solid dance action

with regular PAs and a large, if not too

. tall, crowd.

I Eternal at Chambers House Student

Union. 8pm—l .30am. £2/£1. Dance

yourselfdizzy to old and new chart sounds.

i Happy hour 8.30pm—9.30pm.

2 I Euphoria Under 188 at The Calton.

l6pm—10pm. £4. Euphoria for under 185. as

, the name would suggest.

l I Euphoria at The Calton. 11.30pm—5am.

i £8. Bass-heavy hardcore tunes from the

l hotly tipped Marc Smith ofT'I‘F remix

fame, the Waxman. Eggi and MBS.

, I FBI at Moray House Union. llpm—4am.

£3. 7 Nov only. So what is the definition of

1 ‘indie‘ and how do you compile such

, charts? FBI offer the BPI a few tips with their playlist of indie music in its multiifarious guises.

I Finsbury Park 11pm-4am. £2. See


; I Kalch at Shady Lady‘s. 10.30pm—4am.

{£2. A veritable cornucopia of indie music

! from the 80s and 905.

F I Mambo Club at Cavendish. llpm—4am.

t£3/£2.50. Two floors with African, Latin,

5 salsa, reggae, zouk, soca, calypso and

i more (P), with Sir Ossie on the wheels of


3 I Pandemonium at The Citrus Club.

:7pm—10.30pm. Free with flyer. 7 Nov

? only. Hardcore techno dance evening for

, trendy young brothers and sisters.

5 I Red Hot Pepper Club 10pm—4am. £4.

: I Rock Orgasm at The Mission.

10.30pm—4am. £2. Weekly rock night.

Happy hour 10.30pm—12.30am.

; I Rough Rider at Wee Red Bar.

! 10.30pm-4am. £3. 14 Nov. Soundtracks for hip mavericks and beautiful bikers, whipped up rock and chainsaw guitar. Fortnightly.

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This issue’s review comes from Alan Jones of Music Week, the BACARDI Beat Chart compiler.

It was conceived as a promotional item to bring attention to Virgin’s excellent new ‘New Romantic Classics’ compilation, but Brothers In Rhythm’s remix of Heaven 17’s classic ‘Temptation’ has turned into a major club hit in its own right, and will be rush-released very soon. It's the sort oi remix that actually justifies the term - totally revolutionising the track. It starts with a lengthy instrumental intro, that recalls the Balearic Beat movement, with some refreshing and extremely fluid Spanish guitar picking a la Raul Orellana, moving into a tense house phase before Heaven 17’s Glenn Gregory and guest vocalist Carol Kenyon put the icing on the cake. Catch it when you can.

Scotland’s very own Cicero returns with another strong sell-penned single entitled ‘Live iorToday’. It’s already getting a few plays in the clubs and can also be heard at your local cinema in the movie ‘The Crying Game’. It should be another hit for Cicero who shares billing on the record with Sylvia Mason-James. You‘ll probably recognise her when you see her, but won’t know why-that’s because she’s

one oi the Pet Shop Boys’ backing vocalists, and recently played Jimmy Nail’s toll on his number one hit ‘Ain’t No Doubt’.

Some oi the biggest club hits of the past few years have been by Black Box and C&C Music Factory. Both groups have at one time or another borrowed the larynx of the, er, slightly corpulenl Martha Wash. It’s her you hear singing ‘Gonna Make You Sweat’ and ‘Fantasy’, lor instance. Now, at long last, she has a record contract to call her own and her first solo outing is a storming house track entitled ‘Carry

Finally, the more commercial clubs will shortly be taking receipt of Kylie Minogue’s new single. Reputedly her last for PWL, it’s a straightforward cover of Kool And The Gang’s ‘Celebration'. Kylie is apparently deep in negotiation about a new record contract, and is most likely to defect to Warner Brothers. A little envious of some of the club mixes MCA have commissioned for her sister Dannii’s singles, she reckons that the likes of Steve Silk Hurley and Madonna’s buddy Shep Pettibone should be involved in mixing her discs in future, so ‘Celebration’ is probably her last out-and-out pop 12-incher.

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