I Livingston Forum may well have bitten the dust as an all-night venue. thanks to several new laws brought into effect by recent licensing changes. Alcohol is no longer going to be available in the VIP lounge. which means that bands which have an alcohol clause in their contracts (almost all of them) will more than likely refuse to play. Also a new law states that only

one security company will

be allowed to work on a

3 night. which means that

bands with their own ! security will have to carefully consider making an appearance.

I Festival Clubs Festival time comes around again. E sending Edinburgh 1 clubland once more into a 1 full frontal assault of 1 national attention. busy i nights and long frustrating l queues. New things happening are few and far 1 between; the Vaults is

once again launching

itself as a club venue with several new nights (see listings). Cltib Alpha starts up at the Subway

(see listings) and the Pelican gets back its late licence with DJ Simon

Pitts providing free

musical entertainment

until 3am. A welcome return for a few old favourites. the first of which is bound to please

all you Mambisto maniacs out there. yes indeedy the miraculous Mambo lnn (Brixton) retums and

takes up residence in Bugsy's (Venue 85). full details in a future issue. Also back after a long break is the Arch. with

' two nights of cool sounds

down The Vaults. details next issue. This year's most promising nights are to be held in The Calton. with a weekend of outrageously good nights including Club Dog. the Drum Club and Test Dept.

I The Event takes place on Saturday 14 Aug at lngliston. Edinburgh. 7.- Rezerection have again surpassed themselves and booked some of the best PAs and DJs around. for what promises to be the outdoor event of the year. PAs on the night will be the Prodigy. Terrorize. Dream Frequency. Rat Pack. Suburban Delay. Q Tex. Son Of Loop Da Loop Era. Ultrasonic and a very special guest. A massive line-up of DJs

v include; Grooverider. . 1 Rap. Bass Generator. Rat 1 : Pack. Easygroove. SS. f 1 Seduction. Scott. Trixter. 3 Tom Wilson. Terry and

1 Jason. Mark Smith. DJ

_ Dell and special guest.

Tickets from the usual

outlets. get ‘em quick if

you're wise.

(Joe Lampard). l ___-..

I Tankin’ at the Art School. 1 lpm—late. £2.50. Take the upstairs option on an Art School Saturday night and receive a generous helping of hot funk. reggae and hip hop from the resident ‘Funkateers‘. I The Tunnel llpm-late. £7 (£3.50). Big upfront dance night for the hippest in town.

I Under Ventura Spin—midnight. Free. Soul. funk and garage with Kevin.

I The Volcano l 1pm—2am. £5 (£4 with matric card). Mellow house. garage grooves and street soul with Graham Wilson and Alan.

I Wild at The Cotton Club. 1 lpm—2am. £5 (£3 with matric card). Commercial dance and pop.


I Bar 10 9pm—late. Free. DJ Jean Honeymoon now in residence on a Sunday.

spirits £ 1 !

I Bobby’s at The Volcano. l lpm—2am. £4. Glasgow's ‘Number ()ne‘ DJ continues to pack ‘em in.

I Bubblelicious at Reds. llpm—2am. £3 (£2). ‘Bombastic Boogie. Bubble Grooves' and £l Becks. wine and


I Cheapskate at The Cotton Club.

1 1pm—2am. £2 (£1 with flyer or matric card). Becks and vodka £l ! Get wrecked cheap to the ‘cross-the-board sounds of DJ Brian Dickey.

I The Double Dockers at Fury Murry's. llpm—2am. £2 (£1 with Matric card or

indie. dance. pop. soul and £1 Becks. I Fuddruklters at Cleopatra‘s. 10.30pm—2am. £1.

I Gold Coast Club at The 13th Note

African and Latin sounds.

I Limbo Album Launch Party at The Tunnel. 9.30pm—late. £8. 1 Aug only. Pretty self-explanatory really. but we should tell you that in addition to local luminaries Mukka and Havana taking the stage. we will also be treated to sets from DJs Chris Kecgan. Harri. Mark Burns (Stawberry Bazaar) and the celebrated Mike Pickering. Get on down there and support your favourite local label!

I Club Mouth at The 13th Note (downstairs). 8pm—midnight. Free.

and alternative tunes featuring. perhaps. some occasional live music and also. so we're told. 'Excellent international bubblegums for early Mouthers'!

£1.50. Rock from the 70s to the present. I The Tomorrow People at Club

tank-top wearers). An outrageous night featuring ‘jaunty‘ tunes from the 70s and

I Bennet’s llpm—2am. £1. All beers and

schnapps at Sauchiehall Street's answer to That West End Club. A fine finale to your

leaflet). Tam and Dave's spanking mix of

(upstairs). Spin—midnight. Free. Very tasty selection of world music. concentrating on

Entertainingly-titled weekly dose of indie

I Rock City at The Cathouse. l lpm—2am.

Xchange. ll.3()pm-2am. £2 (free entry to

80s and fantastic flyers which describe the whole affair as ‘camper than John lnman'.


I Piggilly Viggilly’s at the Volcano. lOpm—late. £2.50. Unfeasibly huge tunes from top DJ Sir Kev and a dedicated party crowd well. the part-timers just don‘t make it out on a Monday. do they?

I The Tunnel 1 lpm—2am. £2. Gay Mondays.

I ZFC at Fury Murry's. llpm—2am. £2 (£1). Newcky Brown. Guiness and Diamond White all for £1 to the accompaniment of ‘classic tunes. bouncy dance and 90s indie‘.


I Club Xchange l 1.30pm—2am. £2.50. Positively jumping for one so early in the week! Dance and chart sounds from DJ Gavin.

I Fever at The 13th Note. Spin—midnight. Free. A pre-Shimmy warm-up with suitably cheery dance and indie tunes. And it's only about live yards' stagger to Bennet‘s!

I Moist at The Cathouse. l lpm—2am. 99p entrance and all drinks. ln-house DJ Craig playing everything from Christmas hymns to chart reggae. Indescribable really; you‘ve got to be there . . .

I Shimmy Club at Bennet‘s. 10.30pm—2am. £2. Legendary. drunken. ‘mixed' (or should that be ‘mixed-up"?). longest-running club night in town.


I Bennet’s l lpm—2am. £1. 60p vodka! I Chopper at Club Xchange. l lpm—2am. £3 (£2). Yes. it really still is the most ludicrously packed. bouncy and sweaty student night about. Usual promos. usual tunes. good times guaranteed.

I Co West at Cleopatra‘s. 10.30pm—2am. £2 (ill with ticket).

I Horizontal at The Volcano. l lpm—2am. £3 (£2). Nick ‘He‘s The Greatest Dancer‘ Peacock with the jazzy. groovy sounds. I I-iiation Sound System at The l3th Note (downstairs). Spin—midnight. £1. Dub. reggae. hip hop and ragga with DJs Jaf and Alex.

I Love Train at Cafe Cini. Renfield Street. 9pm-midnight. Free. Selected beers for £1. Joe Deacon playing the best in classic soul. funk and piano house.

I The Swamp at The Cathouse.

l lpm—2am. £l. lp more than Tuesdays here and probably proportionally more upmarket. A request night where anything can. and unfortunately will. be played.

I Under Ventura 8pm—midnight. Free. Reggae of the highest order with Joseph of Babylon.

I Wednesday Night Fever at The Cotton Club. llpm—2am. £2 (£1 with matric card). 70s night with drinks promotions.


I Bloomers at Cleopatra‘s. 10.30pm—2am. £2 (£1 for students).

I Club Virunga at The Volcano. llpm—2am. £3 (£2). DJ Tchico plays African. reggae and similar groovy sounds.

I Contamination at The Cathouse. Studio 3. l 1pm-2am. A Gothic club. Well. they need somewhere to go.

I 0.|.S.C.0. Inferno at Reds. l lpm—2am. Students £3. 70s disco. pop and glam plus Coors and wine for £1 (all drinks £1 before midnight).

I Hullabaloo at The Mayfair. 10.30pm-3am. £2. ‘Toe-tapping fun for tip-top people'. ie house. garage and disco for a mighty horde of students.

I Jam at The Cotton Club.

1 lpm—3.30am. £2. “Garage. house. classics and rare grooves' with DJs John and Michael.

I Jamboree at Rooftops (Secrets Lounge). 10pm—2am. £1.50. 12 Aug only. A varied and exceptionally groovy one-off with a playlist including ‘everything from

Black Flag to The Orb to James Brown to Mudhoney‘. Look out too for £1.20 pints and £1.35 Bud.

I JoJo at ()ctober Cafe (top floor. Princes Square). 7pm—midnight. Free. Still packing in the ‘clubbier‘ studes on a Thursday evening. DJs Steve and Derek offer up a cool and current selection of dance tunes. Perfect as a pre-Tunnel warm-up and with £1 beers to ease you into the mood.

I loveshaclt at Fury Murry's. llpm—2am. £1. ‘The Sexiest Liveliest Motherfunkin Student Clubnight In Glasgow' with £1 pints and vodkas to match.

I The Men’s Room at Club Xchange. 1|.30pm—2am. £2.50 (£2 with flier). ‘Raunchy' night with infamous live act Caged Muscle and Rolling Rock for £1. I Shaft at The Cathouse. l lpm—2am. £2. No relation to the Edinburgh club of the same name. but 70s disco nonetheless!

I The Slow Club at The 13th Note. Spur—midnight. A laid-back candle-lit journey into ambience. ()r something like that.

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

I The Tunnel llpm—2am. £4 (£2 with matric card). Well-mixed indie and dance tunes for the assembled student throng.


I AM. at The Subway. 1 lpm—3am. £2. Running every night with friendly DJs who are exceptionally susceptible to requests.

I Anthem at The Calton. 9.30pm—3am. £3. Regular DJs playing a mix of original underground tunes. to a busy. sweaty crowd.

I The Banshee upstairs at The Calton. 9.30pm—3am. £3. 6 Aug. Busy club playing a large dose of excellent heavy industrial sounds. (Nitzer Ebb. Front 242 et al) plus sounds from the lighter end of the altemative spectrum.


I Bueno at Ex-S. llpm—«iam. £5. The opening night didn‘t quite blast off as expected. but no doubt (sooner. rather than later) this‘ll kick off and pull in the crowds it deserves. Regular DJs are Gary Mclntosh and Gordon McBean. also look out for some top name guests. Summer fun at its best.

I Buster Browns 10.30pm—3am. Girls free before midnight (£2 after). guys £2 before midnight (£3 after). Mainstream. chart and oldies. Available Mon—Thurs for private parties.

I Cathouse at The Mission. 1 lpm—3am. £2.50 (£2 with flyer). The busiest rock night in town with an all-encompassing playlist of anything that is rock music. frotn heavy metal to grunge to thrash. Happy Hour llpm—lam.

I Century 2000 10pm—3am. £5. Mainstream. chart and oldies.

I City 2 Downstairs at City Cafe. 8pm—lam. Free. Mixing it up on a Friday and Saturday night with DJs David Walsh. Gareth Sornerville and Colin Cook (23rd Precinct prodigies) playing a selection of underground house and progressive dance sounds in this pre-club club. in one of the citv‘s best watering-holes.

50 The List 30 July—12 August 1993