I Follies l().30pm—late. £4/£2 before

Regular weekly clubs plus one-oil events I are listed by city, than by day, then alphabetically by title. Clubs will be listed, provided that up-to-date details reach our oiilces at least seven days beiore publication. Clubs Listings compiled by Donny Allan and Joe LampartL


I The M at The Tunnel. 1 lpm—3.3()am. £5/£2.50. A hip and consistently busy night for the regular ‘upfront‘ crowd.

I Ba! 10 9pm—midnight. Free. Stevie Donaldson playing the top new tunes in trendy surroundings.

I Bennet’s l lpm—3.3()am. £3. Busy gay night.

I BSA at Reds. l lpm—3am. £4/£3. ‘Massive slabs of shagging disco with a length of funk' from DJ Paul. Oo-er!

I The Cathouse l lpm-3am. £3/£2.50 with ticket. Rock club.

I Cleopatra’s l().30pm—2.30am. £3.

I Club Sanctuary at Reds. Strathclyde University. 9pm—2am. £l .50/£l. House. garage and soul for the studes.

I Cool Lemon at The Sub Club.

1 lpm—3.30am. £5. The Dream Team ascend to even greater heights of stardom (see those posters) with DJs Trevor and lain playing ‘an orgasmic blend of silky house tunes that sends momentous waves of pleasure through Glasgow‘s cooler young kats and kittens‘. As if that wasn't enough. they also have the world-famous Graeme Park joining them on the decks on 12 March; a serious seal of approval!

I Crash at The Cotton Club.

1 lpm—3.30am. £4/£2 with matric card. Good time indie-dance and chart pop with DJ Dave Ross plus those all-important drinks promos.

I Essential at Circa. l lpm—3.3()am. £5.

1 1.30pm. I Global NBC at Mardi Gras. lO.30pm—3.30am. £5/£2 with leaflet. I Coodioot at RAFA Social Club. Ashley Street. 8pm—late. £3. l9 March only. Undoubtedly the best club off Woodlands l Road: classic sounds. classic style and a well-supplied bar. What more could you ask for? I Good Llie at the Art School. 9.30pm—2.30am. £5/£4 concessions on the door, £4 in advance from the SRC. Bomba and 23rd Precinct. 19 Mar only. A special one-off featuring M. Kilkie and extra- special guest Jeremy Healy. Arrive early to avoid disappointment: there‘s no admission after lam! I llustle at Level 8. Strathclyde University. 9pm—2am. £i .50/£l. ‘Going back to go forward'. a night of funky disco and club classics with Paul M and Eurojay. I Jazz Willi Attitude at The 13th Note. 8pm-midnight. Free. A mixed bag of Acid jazz and classic soul with DJ Steven Watt. I Radio City at the Mayfair (Cameo Suite). lOpm—2.30am. £2. Well-known rock and pop classics in nice (if you like that sort of thing) and sleazy atmosphere. I Jerks at The Cathouse. Studio 3. 10.30pm—3am. £1. Popular night of

grunge. punk and 605 garage.

As Rick Astley was to Stock, Aitken and Waterman’s PWL label, so how- motion stance-spotters Spooky are to London’s pioneering progressive Cuerilla set-up. ’Scuse me, please? Well, remember how our Rick was the studio tea-lackey made good? For Spooky’s Duncan Forbes, the sudden ascent to recording artist ior his erstwhile employers was equally unexpected.

‘About a year ago’ he recalls ‘me and Charlie (Duncan’s co-Spookster) bought a sampler and tinkered about doing some dance stuii. At the time I was doing van sales ior Cuerilla so I dropped the tape in to Dick (sleazy Cuerllla supremo) and three weeks later he called me up to ask it he could put it out.’

llo wonder. With its distinctive Pixies vocal sample, and its meticulous grasp oi the kinetics oi dance-floor hypnosis, ‘Panlc’ was an instant club hit. Since then, this retiring London duo with a AAD ilxation have travelled to ‘The Land Cl 02’ and, more recently



had danceiloors the length oi Blighty doing the ‘Schmoo’.

This month, however, we get a whole eponymous album’s worth oi blissed- out trancey stuff to get you ghost- dancing down your local rainbow dome. This year’s Ultramarine, Orb, llarold Eno and Leitiield too, Spooky is an expressway to those inner sanctums oi yer mind you never knew existed. Eh, Duncan?

‘Yeah, it’s designed to take you oii when you sit down and listen to it. it’s a bit oi a journey, music to get lost in,’ Duncan agrees. insufficiently weird? Well, after joining this summer’s Dance-a-polooza road extravaganza ; with System 7 and Orbital, they’ll be teaming up with ionner Electribe 101 = chanteuse, Billy Ray Martin ior. . . wait ior it . . . a Throbbing Gristle cover. Liit-oii to the Milky Way oi Way-Dut Wondrousness should follow j shortly after. (Calvin Bush)

Spooky’s eponymous album is released by Duerilla on 15 March.

I Sara’s Big lllglrt Out at Club Xchange. A lighter Friday night vibe at this crammed gay venue with DJ Sara Martinelii.

I'Slam at Club Loco at The Arches.

l lpm—3.30am. £6. Those famous Slam people return for a new year of top house tunes and doubtless a few more very special guests.

I Shag at Fury Murry‘s. l lpm-late. £3.50. A veritable legend among crappy student clubs. Love it or hate it. you‘re unlikely to leave it sober.

I Sonic The Indie Club at Rooftops (Secrets Lounge). 1 lpm—3am. £1.50 before ll.45pm/£2.50 after. indie club (as

you might imagine) with £1 pints of lager

on tap. I Meter at RAFA Social Club. Ashley

Street. 9pm-vlam. £3/£2 before l0pm. 12

Mar only. Finally back. it‘s everyone's favourite mix of swinging 60s sounds. from golden soul to garage punk with plenty of psychedelic freakbeats and bubblegum pop in between. Unmissable! I Under Ventura Spin—midnight. Free.

Funky rare grooves from clued—up duo

Hamish and Jonnie in this new.

' exclusively early-evening venue. A highly

f recommended warm-up for a more

energetic night out.

I The Volcano l lpm—2.30am. £4/£3.

1 Busy mix of dance and indie tunes with

Alan Ronald.

1 I Wax Factory at lndUstria.

l lpm—3.30am. £5/£3.50 concessions. Cut

loose to the rawest house sound in

. Glasgow. courtesy of Pussypower

stalwarts Terry and Jason and their excellent assistants Paul and Dillon (main man in the chill-out). A special treat on 12 Mar is the first live performance in Scotland by the Aphex Twin (Hi/£5 that night only) —< a wondrous trip to the cutting edge of dance music and not to be missed!

; Saturdays

I Bar 10 Own—midnight. Free. Socialise to the mellow sounds of DJ Nick Peacock. I Bennet’s l lpm»—3.30am. £3.50.

I Caie Loco at The Arches.

l lpm~3.30am. £5. The city's premier alternative club. ‘Unique. Bizarre. Exotic, Theatrical"? Or just ‘Pretty Entertaining With A Few Down You"?

I The Cathouse. l lpm—-3am. £3.50/£3 with ticket. Rock club.

I Chaos at The Cathouse. 7--l()pm. £2.50/£2 with leaflet. Under-le dance club.

I Cleopatra’s l().30pm—2.30am. £3.50. I Club Industria. l0.30pm~-3.30am. £8 (same price on special guest DJ/band nights) Glasgow's newest venue and loudest club sound system used to full effect by DJs Scott '11 ’Paul. More special guests expected in the near future. so watch out for those posters!

I Club Xchange. l l.30pm~-3.30am. £4. Popular gay club.

I Divine at the Art School. l lpm-—late. £2.50fl‘he best in psychedelic/garage/soul/oOs in the Vic Bar. extremely popular and sociable as

I Dream Sequence at Ruoflops (Secrets Lounge). 10.30pm 3am. £2.50. A good selection of indie-dance faves and a friendly vibe.

I The Early Club at the C("A. Sauchiehall Street. 9pm --midnight. £2/£l.50/f1rst 50 free with iiyer. Blue Juice Productions (purveyors of line jazz. funk and fusion) obviously purveying what the punters want if last week's queue was anything to go by. Get down early or you might miss out on one of the bilsiest and best sessions in town.

I Fifll'l Dimension at (ilasgow Polytechnic. 10pm 3am. Students and guests only. indie/goth night.

I Follies l lpm-~late. £5/£2.50 before

i l.3()pm.

I Fury at Fury Murrys l lpm-—late. £4. imaginatively-named and student- orientated night.

7 I Halter Skelter at The Mayfair.

l()pm—~2.30am. £2. Sad old bikers and

youngsters who think that limbo Morrison is God.

i I .loJo at October (‘afe (top floor. Princes 7 Square). 8pm—midnight. Free. DJs Derek

and Steve spinning happy house and some newer upfront tunes for a hip pre-club

crowd. All drinks £1.50. NB: Club JoJo

incamation on a Thursday.

. . can be enjoyed in a more studenty ! I Libra at The Cathouse. l lpm-—3am. I

£3.50. Over-25s singles disco.

8pm—midnight. £2. (‘lassic reggae. ska

I Reds l lpm-—3am. £6/£4. Relaxed. friendly and increasingly popular club night: a welcome break from the places where ‘mingling' is a forgotten art.

I Revival Reggae! at The |3th Note.

. and a touch of northem soul. all in l

l extremely convivial surroundings.

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