Regular mekly clubs plus one-off events funk night Honeybee upstairs.
are listed by city, then by day, uien I Beds l0.30pm—2am. £3 for students alphabetically by title. Clubs will be before 1 1.30pm. £4 for everyone else. listed, provided that up-to-date details Becks £1 all night or until they run out. reach our otrices at least seven days ‘Chunky funk. decliteful disco and groovy before publication. Club listings garage!‘ With DJ Paul N‘Jie.
compiled by Rory Weller and Bethan I The Reggae Club at the Tuxedo
Cole. Princess. 9pm—2am. £1 before 10.30pm. £3 after with ﬂyer. £5 without. Reggae in the Princess Suite and club. garage. and Euro sounds in the Cruise Club.
I lletro at The Hive. lOpm—2am. £2. Students and guests. 70s and 80s sounds with DJs Trax and Azber. e I Shag at Fury Murry's. 10.30pm—2am. £4 (£2 before 1 lpm). The ultimate crap student night. the one which lowers the standards to which all others must stoop — and it‘s still unfeasibly popular!
: ‘th "0t something fecent- l-Ol i music have more established ' (Hammond) and I are both ex-punks ; platforms for their messages.’ who were around at the time of Rock t the new ‘midimippy’ house scene or I The Ark at The Tunnel. l0pm—2am. £4 Again“ Racism - I was? arrested in ‘77 Wthh The nfllm Gilli) are arch (£2). Pumping house and garage grooves. '0' demon-gheth age'hSt ihe "ahehal provocateurs of may well be the site
I Slam at Club loco at The Arches.
COPUIam‘g animals Ofevery Specics‘ From in lBWiSham', charlie "a" is '0' a new eehsciehSheSS'leised eehee i lOpm—2am. £6. A winning combination: deSlgncr bar Staff and thrilling "150“ a” ; explaining the lhveh’emeht 0' his and i music to take root. The generic one of the busiest danceﬂoors in town and Combl”? ‘0 Offer you a night 0f almost 1 hamlet Lore hand, The null“ Clubs in 3 collapse of indie rock and techno ‘ undoubtedly the most spacious chill-out. unhhagmable Plea-WW- M‘Chae' thlc ‘ the Anti-Fascist Action ‘Freedom oi ' perpetrated by the Iikes or seereeI, all enhanced by the underground sounds
and Scott McKay in bar one. Duncan Reid in bar two. Guest DJ Dave Seaman on Fri 10 Dec. Details on the 17 Dec Limbo night next issue.
Movement’ club tour. llot content with and Banco De Gaia is wearing an of our very own Slam boys. Ralph ""hth the" 0"" Club: making one 0' ' environment ripe for freedom or L‘“““°'." Huggy and S.”“"“ C00“ “.83.”? the best dubbed-out house albums of ; expression. . To Basics guest on Fri 10 Dec. DJ Dimitri
I Bar 10 9pm—midnight. Free. Gear Q the '8," - ‘Eve'ﬂmne Is Now, _ and ‘A let 0' Othe' hands like album and illyligeéngebtrggiii ‘Ciiiiiiisitciiigalhbglvl'eaiziinFn yourself up for a night on the tiles with ? lemlxlhg System 7 and Chapterhehses Underworld have very strong views ticker fhc perfect stocking ﬁllcr' from 17 top new tunes from DJ Stevie. I amongst Others, The Drum ell"! "at"! ' against lascism,’ Charlie continues. 3 Doe,
I “Mel's “Pm-3m"- i3- BUSY gay . iOined tomes With hung maeSh'OS ‘We’ve just remixed Pressure of l I Sonic The Indie Club at Rooftops
night now With DJ SEW-j ‘ ‘7 Justin Robertson and 0rde Meikle to Speech who incorporate an anti- t (Secrets Lounge). l()pm—2am. £1.50 :itihhgciithhmllrgggtﬁglﬁiiii-tm stand up inthe name of .club culture fascist message really effectively into 7 Sci")? “3313'.” ($371)) ﬁlighllndi'ﬁtilgé’ orientated night reaching capacity at the agams‘ was.“ and f.asc'sm'. . the" mus": '- ws 3 k'hd 0' pomwal 1:835:33? 1 “mg” L p ‘ weekends. Industrial/rock downstairs and .Aside "am the, Obv'ous palmcal , cellage 0‘ sound and “lame, leelhah igsoundélgsh Republic at The 13!}, Now. studenty stripcy tights upstairs d'scou'ses °i h'p'h‘w’ "3"“ 5“,"s'c 00"?) 8pm-midnighl. Free. The ‘Republic‘ has I Cleopatra’s llpm—2.3()am. co. has never been renowned for Its . The Drum Club play the Freedom or been ﬂying (I. ﬂag for 3 Wm... now and I XChaﬂge l lpm—3am. £2.50. Gay. awafeness 0T soc'al issues. Charlie Movement to!" at Tribal Function at Hummihﬂ a guod 5r0wd cverv week; thh' trashy and fun as 3"” Whh MS helleves the “me has come it" The Venue, Edinburgh, on Thurs 9. All I meanwhile. other 'ambient' clubs seem to CM) Xi B‘g Kam- change. ! proceeds go to Anti-Fascist Action. be sprouting up as quickly as mushrooms I cm" “The CW0" C'Ub- I(Wm—33m ‘I think the scene is starting to wake in, o c. b ' r x-g r b t after rain: step into its ‘blue room‘
£4 (£2.50 with matric card). An ever busy 3 - - - E 8 mm H mu“ 0 ea 8 y ' d . . .- . ,- r - . 4 D . d- Smdem/wmmmial night that boasts "5‘ . up. Techno is St!" exploring Its own ' Pressure of speech are out now on ‘()l\|\.ii,8ltllrs w It Lits I. - itranslatuwizolk With fair Share of minor celebs. parameters; other forms of dance t Abstract, W «let T "i 0‘ U “0" 3 W 1' L -
. a blue light shining on them. I llolly Mixture at Reds. Strathclyde
University. 9pm—2am (doors close lam). Free before IOpm. £l after. Students and guests. Tam Coyle putting together a
'credible‘ assortment of sweet student lCChnO ‘0 Glasgow “CW Hhh‘)’ “lghl- with [Ms Nick Peacock. Mike sounds. g I Coodlite Under Ventura. MacCrimmon. Crawford and Gregor with ’ I Flow m the An Schoor Fri 17 Dec only 8pm-midnighl. Free. Literally Hamish and Sonny of Blue Juice. The most ambitious Flow to date. this ? underground house sound-5 [0 Warm you I Job Club at Rhapsody. Ripping off fat i time with a theme — Liquidity, Look out § UP for the night. darts players and the DSS in the name of for Mr Beaumont Hannant on the main 3 I hacienda heaeShew «"11 “10 Sound funk. hip-hop. house and 90s disco. I decks and The Higher intelligence ' Factory. 1him—3am(nocurfcw)- £5. I Katch at The Calhousc. Studio 3. 3 Agency who will be taking over the Vic smart bl" C35U31~ SCHCS or weekly dilncc l()pm«2am. £3 (£2.5()/£ 1.50 with a l Bar for the night. Full details next issue. ' nights Under the Glasgow Hac't‘mla ticket). The Katch boys pedal their blend % i I Fluid at R.G.'s. 8pm—midnight. Free. banner With PA from Dance ()VCTdOSC 0” of indie/studenty/good-time vibes that has ! DJ Kev with a tasty selection of garage. i 3 090- chhlar DJ “he UP “‘ClUdC—Q stood them in such good stead on the east 5 E house and club classics. Bassgenemlor. TC". MC TNT. and coast over the last few years. Also t f I Frantic at Floozy’s. lOpm—2am. £5 (£3 appearances by Gary Rebcm‘m and MC appearing in Edinburgh on a Saturday l I The veleahe Ill-3OPID'2_-308'"o £4.03)- | before i lpm). With Dave Young 1993 ' Voyager. mgr". l Busy mix of dance and indie tunes wrth ; BEDA D] of the year. I The “in Jeiht at Th6 SUb ClUb. I Rampant Sound at (ilasgow School of All!” Rehaht I Futuristic at Circa. lOpm—2am. £5. 9Pm—28m- 53- Slip 0" YOUF Adidas Art. 9pm—late (doors close at lam). I I Who leVes Ya eahy? 1" sunset ‘ Trevor Reilly and MC MC from Hangar Gazelles and get down to the tPhat funk. Hwa he“): heavy duh bum E Boulevard. l lpm—3.30am (no curfew). £5 l3 bring their underground. intelligent Chunkce jail and Wild fill" at the Sub downstairs. a dub massacre no less. With ; U54)- A bald. IONIPOP SUCklhg kh‘d OfCh‘b ;____,__,__....
54 The List 3--l6 December I993