I meant Sound at Under Ventura. 8pm-midnight. Free. Dub of the highest order.

I Wednesday Hight Fever at The Cotton Club. 10pm-2am. £2 (£1 with matric card). Very busy 70s night with a lot of people having a lot of fun. Becks at £1.


I Bar 10 9pm-midnight. Rub A Dub records guesting on the last Thursday of every month with Stevie. Dominic and Nick taking it in turns on the intervening weeks. I Bloomers at Cleopatra‘s. llpm—2.30am. £2 (£1 with ticket). I Club Havana at the Baby Grand, Elmbank Gardens. 9.30pm—lam. Free. See Cotton Club Sundays. I Club Latokah at Caledonian University Union, Cowcaddens Road. 9pm—2am. £2.50 (£1). Students and guests only. New progressive house club, 18 Nov and fortnightly, with DJs Bizzy and Danny from Desert Storm. I Club le Gangster at The 13th Note (downstairs). 8pm-midnight. Free. The ‘street sounds of the 70s’ that means the Two Tone sound. I Club Vlrunga at The Volcano. 10.30pm—2.30am. £3 (£2). DJ Tchico plays African, reggae and similar groovy sounds. I Club Xchange llpm—3am. £2.50 (£2 with flyer). DJ Stevie and happy hour all night. I Contamination at The Power Station. Cheapside Street. lOpm—2am. £2. The popular industrial and goth club relocates and continues to plug a gaping hole in clubland. I C.I.S.C.C. Inferno at Reds. 10.30pm—2am. Students £2 (before ll.30pm). 70$ disco. pop and glam plus ! Becks for £1 (all drinks £1 before midnight). I Disney Fist at The Cathouse. Studio 3. 10pm-2am. £2. Alternative sounds to replace the departed Contamination. I Glanorous Clue at Rhapsody (under Follies). First night Thurs 25 Nov. Dave Ross embarks on an ambitious project in Rhapsody attempting to utilise the full potential of the venue. A dance orientated playlist combines with live acts and ‘events' through the back. I Holy Cu at the Arches. 10.30pm—2am. £2. Student night with live music every week. happy house sounds from DJ Malkie, free sweets and a pantomime cow. I touched: at Fury Murry’s. 10.30pm-2am. £2 (£1). From the people who bring you Sonic and The Beat Club

(nee ZFD), a newish venture with the same kind of musical spread.

I October Cate (top floor. Princes Square). 7pm-midnight. Free. A packed October Café is aurally contented by DJs Steve and Derek offering up a cool and current selection of dance tunes. Perfect as a pre-Tunnel warm-up and with more promos than you can shake a short review at earning its ‘Happy music for happy people’ tag. Look out for the first birthday.

I Shaft at The Cathouse. 10pm—2am. £2. A shameless 70$ disco funfest. with the added attraction of regular dn'nks promos. I Shine at the Cotton Club. lOpm—Zam. £2. DJ Scud plays happy house and funk. Becks at £1.

I The Slow Club at The 13th Note (upstairs). 8pm—midnight. The original ambient club with the great man Michael Finnie ensuring a discerning crowd get happy in a quiet kind of way.

I Strathclyde University Union 9pm—2am. Free. A legendary night in the annals of studentdom. Michael Davis in

Level 8 and Retro Active in Reds.

I The Tunnel lOpm—2am. £4 (£2 with

mauic card). Well-mixed indie and dance ' tunes for the assembled student throng.

? I XIII-8 at The Hive. lOpm—lam. Free.

. Students and guests. Top gear dance

sounds with DJ Paul McGilly. Plus drinks promos.


3 Fridays

I Alternator at the Subway. 8pm— 1 .30am. £1.50. A lethal combination of three happy hours with death metal and

. industrial sounds. A night of hardcore i rock oblivion assured.

I Anthem downstairs at The Calton.

I lOpm—late. £4. Regular DJs playing a mix 3 of original underground sounds to a busy.

sweaty crowd.

I Beatbox at Teviot Row Union. 7pm-2am. £2 (£3 non-students). Students and guests only. Big beat chart disco. with Strangeways offering more alternative sounds in the basement.

I Bubblegum at Potterrow. 9pm-2am. £1 (£2 non-students). Students and guests only. Indie music.

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. llpm—3am. £2.50 (£2 with flyer). Crowded night running the gamut of rock from heavy

metal to grunge to thrash.

I Century 2W0 10pm-4am. £5. Mainstream. chart and oldies.

I Cheeks at Moray House. llpm—3am. £4. Fri 26. Day-glo. poptastic club with a gloriously tacky, chart-bound music policy and giant smoke-dispensing

buttocks. Fortnightly with


I City 2 Downstairs at City Cafe. 8pm—lam. Free. Underground house and progressive dance in the pre-club club.

I Cool Lemon at The Citrus Club. llpm-4am. £7. Fri 19 Nov. Zesty house tunes from regulars Trevor Price and lain Paterson and a guest spot from Terry Farley.

I Ilucktoot 9pm—3am. £3.50 (£2.50 before 11pm). New weekly night of house and garage.

I The Edge 4pm—2.30am. Mainstream. chart and oldies, Happy Hour 4—10pm. Available for private hire Mon—Wed.

I Evol at Wilkie House. 10.30pm—3am. £3 (£2.50). lndie sounds from the 60s, 70s and 80s through to current releases on the indie scene. courtesy of resident DJs Kieren and Amanda. Regularly busy night.

I Junction 69 at Riccarton Union. 10pm-3am. Fri 19. Students and guests. 69p drinks promos in the refurbished Heriot Watt union.

I Ketch at Shady Lady’s. llpm—3am. £2.50 (£2 with flyer). Lively club with a playlist consisting mainly of 80s and 90s indie dance.

I lite And Times at Ex-S. 10pm—4am. £5 (£4 members). US house and garage, top name DJs. an up-for-it crowd and a nice line in flyers all add up to a rather decent new club night.

I Made In Heaven at The Pelican. 10pm-3am. Free. Back to ye olde golden days of late night Pelican pranks. with DJ Simon playing a mix of garage, house and a dose of funky stuff.

I Marley’s Reggae Illub at The Cavendish. 11pm—4am. £3 (£2.50). The city’s longest-running night. with a

playlist consisting of roots, ragga. lovers. heavyweight dub and dancehall. Busy night guaranteed.

I Minus One at The Carlton Highland Hotel. lOpm—3am. £5 (free for members). A relaxed, very plush venue for the more mature seekers of night life.

I 99 Club at The Music Box. 9pm—3am. £2.99. Funked up dance, chart and 70s from the regular Dls with all pints/selected bottles and spirits at 99p. I Partyceilidhdisco at Moray House Student Union. 9pm—3am. £2.50 (£1 for Heriot Watt, Art College. Moray House and Galashiels students; free entry for all until 10pm). Fri 19. All drinks £1.40. Three hours of ceilidh. including live sounds from Bon Accord, and three hours of classic disco.

I Passion at The Vaults. 10am-3pm. £5 (£4 before midnight). Fri 19 Nov only. Scott Gibson (Rhumba) playing house and garage in the main vault with reggae and hip-hop in the chill-out area.

I Pure at The Venue. 10.30pm—3am. £7 (£5 members). Organic techno-meisters Twitch and Brainstorm forge the soundtrack in this club/institution. Continuing the three-year-old tradition of dressed-less ambience and future-perfect rhythms. Fri 26: Dribbler and David Holmes guesting.

I lied Hot Pepper Club lOpm—3am. £4. Mainstream and chart sounds.

I Satire at The Vaults. 10pm—4am. £4 (£3.50; members £2). Fri 26. The dub. ragga and heavy dance soundclash moves to the Vaults for a night of tranced-out dub-ology. Live percussion and the regular MCs Scott and Warren are joined by SP23 (the Spiral Tribe DJ squad) for an extra skankin‘. spliffed-up and spaced out evening.

I Squid at La Belle Angele. 10pm—3am. £5 (£3). Multi-media aquatic theme club. offering surreality. tropicality, liquidity and cabaret in unequal measure. Get there early to submerge in the more progressive ambient wash of sound. Door reductions for marine-themed attire. Fri 19 live band, Rocket.

answer these questions:


Friday 26 lumber. “PETITION BIKES

the prize and a 2nd draw will be held.

Win a trip to New York!

Smirnoff vodka is launching a nationwide club promotion which gives you the chance to win a £1000 weekend trip to New York for two. Simply head for EX-S in Edinburgh on Saturday 4 December and ask for Smimoif by name and you could be off to New York. And even if you don‘t get the holiday, you could win loads of . Smirnoff clobber. However, Smirnoff is offering a second New York trip exclusively to readers of The List. Just .,

1) How tall is the Statue of Liberty (including her pedestal)? a) ten inches b) 302 feet, or c) as long as a piece of string 2)When was the Statue of Liberty created? a) 1931 b) 2001, or c) 1993 3)What’s red, gold. clear and refreshing? a) a bottle of Smirnoff b) a bottle of stout, or c) a bottle of ketchup.

Send entries to SMIHHCFF COMP, The List, 14 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 1TB. Answers rnust reach us by

1. Entrants ntust be aged 18 or over, with no crlrnlnal record (any crlrnlnal record Illl preclude you tron entering the USA). , _, , 2. Proof of Identity and a birth certltlcate must be produced once you are contacted. Failure to do so nlll result in a loss or z.

3. The prontoter reserves the right to alter the destination, date or to substitute a prize of an equivalent value - one date only nlll be uttered. rte cash alternative will be awarded. 4. the ulnar is or the understanding that they agree to co-operate In any publicity that my arise.

5. The promoters decision In all matters ls final and binding. In correspondence will be entered into. e. Prize winners alll be responsible tor their one spending money.

64 The List 19 November—2 December 1993