I 09 Club at The Music Box. 10pm—3am. Media-friendly fast food concept club taker in Sight- .

£3. Funked-up dance. chart and 705 from with flame-grilled DJs and a 100 per cent lI093QOCIull3at ThéMélSidBox. h

the re ular DJs with all ints, selected happy house music policy. Punk-styled - Pm- am- - Olltllltllllg t e serious

bottle: and spirits at 99p? attire de rigeur and from a personal point party ethic of the similarly named Friday “art. t: 00“ Elm“ Chunk.

I Opal at Riccanon Student Union, of view it would be nice to see a few more Spot; dnnks promos et 31. u

topm-3am. £1. 18 Feb only. Fortnightly. men in skirts in line with wonderful. I "BUM "PM! Club l0Pm-3am. £4. \y

Indie to hip‘hop. metal to mainstream. fabulous hOSt Jusun. See FndayS- . \

I Partycollllhdlsco at Moray House, I Buster Browns 10.30pm—4am. £4 I floclt Knight at Legends. 9pm—3am. £3. \ {‘9 y

9pm-3am. £2.50 (£1 for Heriot Watt, Art (£2.50 before l 1301"“). Club dance. New "lght 0f leek. \\\\\

College. Moray House and Galashiels upfront chart sounds. Note the 2am I Rock 0rgasrn at The Rocking Horse. \ ”(

students; free entry for all until 10pm). 18 curfew. 10.30pm-3am. £2. Popular weekly rock \\\\\\\\\

Feb only. Fortnightly. All drinks £1.40. I Century 2000 10pm—4am. £5 (£3 night. with an all-encompassing playlist of .

Three hours of ceilidh. including live before midnight). See Fridays. all that is best in the world of rock music. \\ \ t it)“

sounds from Bon Accord, and three hours I City 2 Downstairs at The City Cafe. Happy Hour llpni—lam. \ ,

of classic disco. 8pm—1am. Free. See Fridays. I Shaft at Moray House. 11pm-4am. £4.

I Phat at La Belle Angele. 11pm—3am. 12 Feb onlY- Fortnightly With FBI.

£4 (£3). 18 Feb only. Fortnightly. Fresh Porennially popular retro club of the

jivin’ flavas on the alternate Friday to P'athtm'ClomPtngt flate'SWtShtllg ValletY- L‘ Usual sounds of the decade that taste I pm. 2 Debut tom. for Exquisite forgot. . I Sold (In Paradise at The Pelican. Cmgfe' '3” “£963”? ,f°.' 59”” Jr 10pm—3am. Free. Garage. soul. boogie giggzvoszpcafih a: btuss m and hip-hop. v r

F, I Inasme Island at The Shack. Barrowland. 30! 19 Feb only. Spin-2am. £2 (£1.50 before 10.30pm). I B01 Lame Special Call it techno Students and guests. DJs from top clubs: for the masses but with the highly j} I. Love Boat. Disco lnfemo. Funky Worm attractive Dave Angel and Mrs n ;". i l “lifiitiillllllil n “n 11 1 Illi ' and The Citrus and apparently ‘cheap woods playing you cant! knock it.

v . men. ‘hea women and chea * t ‘. - - I Pure at The Venue. 10.30pm—3am. £5 I "meson; at The Citrus Opus-1 ry Swoontasttc. Royal Highland Centre.

(£3 members). Organic techno-meisters ; H m_4am. £5 Guest mg a [cm Ingliston, Saturday 19 Feb only. Twitch and Brainstorm forge the i I ["500 Imam" at The Venue crfnkin out the home 'uicepalonyg‘d . I Ylp-Yap Delicious, tuneful highs

' ' ' ' ‘l 1130 m—tam £4 17 Febonl ~ g J . 9'.“ ° ° ' ' soundtrack tn this club/institution. l u P - - - - Y- : regulars Alan Dundas and Craig Smnh. 12 coupled With superlative muting: one

I .‘ Fortnightly. 1f Edinburgh is experiencing - “pm—Mm £250 12 Rb only' a house renaissance then this is it‘s housc’ way COO! hip-ho!) and funk'

Fortnightly. Free-ranging (ho-ho) club 1 apogee. Blemish_frcc deep house from Dance wicked! The Venue, playmg mdlc‘ 608‘ new wave‘ SOUL 5 Gareth. Stuart and David; still smart. ThurSdayS'

. Motown. Stax and Acid Jazz. $ . E I ma Edge “ma-303m. Free. See extremely busy and stylish. Go deh. Fridays. , Sundays I love Shack at Century 2000.

I Eternal at Chambers Street Student lOpm—3am. 50p with matriculation card.

Effiei-illegs; and future-perfect 33116700: 2 Feb deer-celeb. Pete Tong brings along his forlthe stylish, theLobeautifltiaBnduthe t ~ ~- 1 . . . t essentla se ectton. tru assionate. ve it. e e “nutter?” a Segments;raise32:3...a... l "wanna Ang’ell. Saturdays. Mainstream an c art soun s. 3 I the at thc‘wee‘Rcd Bar. ' i l 1pm—3.30am. £5. 19 Feb only. I 1"“. ammo. Finely-honcd

5 Union. 8pm—3am. £2 (£1). Mixed-bag T . Bust" mom‘s 10-30Pm‘33m £2 Century 2000’s busy student night with

: student disco before 11.30pm (£3 after). Buster‘s drinks promos.

I Euphoria at The Calton. 10pm—3.30am. sunday so"! “'ght- I T888390 at The Citrus. 11pm—3am.

: £6. DJs of the Rez and Fantazia ilk I Celtle mo l0ptn-4ntn- ‘3 (£2 £2. One of the busiest mid-week clubs.

provide the banging rave sounds. before mldmghtl- see Fttdalfs- . playing indie-orientated dance sounds I FBI at Moray House. 11pm—4am. £3. 19 The “93 4pm‘2303m- Frce- w'th a alongSidc punk. disco and funk. Drinks Feb only. Premier quality indie and 60s “V3 band every “melt- . promos most weeks.

dance club. Fortnightly with Shaft. - I “5300 at The Pellet!" Bistro-

? I Funky Worm at Wilkie House. I Rhythm Lab at The Vaults. 10pm—3am. IOPltl-late £4- Planet funketY‘funk

9pm—2am. Free. Get your stetson and Thufsdays

cowboy boots on for Sunday’s silliest (and

~ ' ' ' satellited b the all-int ortant chill-out only) coumry and wcswm night I “Focal,” at The ROCking Horse' €353 ; room. y p i I Pet Shop Boys lllte at The Citrus. 1 lpm-3ttm- €250- HaPP)’ HOUT reggae‘chilg|_oufnexl (120, ' I Frottage at The Venue. 10.30pm-3am. : “Pm—4am- £3' 13 Feb only Vet)“ Very “Pm-39m “whim taltemiuwc‘ duh I Sanctuary Rock Club at The Calton. £3 (fl2 before 13.3mm)- 19 Feb only- 9 "Ollie night 0f PostmOdem P0P from the mm a (“verse playlm mcmdmg

10 lit-3am. £3 £2 before midni ht . New Fortnightly- Diversity knows no bounds due that wou'dn’t Roma”! d9 that 50" 0‘ mdusmal‘ ‘echno‘ mq'c' gm’fgc and nigphl playing 3]: types of rock magi: I? for the Fronnge Djs, playing a very wide ' thing but left to their own devrces etc etc. t‘htasgi BUSY "lght thh some superb ' mix of sounds indeed. including thrash. I "'0 sun“! Club at The Red Hot mun 3' . techno. dub. disco. rock and tnuch more. ' Pepper ClUb- 1 l-30Ptll-4tllll- £4 (£3). Free I my cm Became”! The vaulls‘. - Jay upsmirs m The Canon. “nun—late. for SiUdCl‘liS matric card. The 10p'n_3an]' Feb only Forlmghuy'

| £4 (£3 before midnight), Uplifting, unmissable gay night still as busy and as Vel’ttglllg from tefena‘tlng trellee lllthe 1 packed out gay night with a far healthier sassy it? ever and feattll’ltlg some I 'Tl‘n’" flaw: tit-53W,“ (“"me Lh‘ll'om l female turnout than many. DJs Maggie lllteleStltlg top quallt)’ PAS- "You caught : :ac‘l . u’i‘l to”: or 3 .3 i and Alan provide the arms-in-the-air Take That here eighteen months ago i h femlv‘a‘ at The Celtell- l0Pm"~ alll- 1- house and disco for a seriously up-for-it YIOlII’yl know thllnthl taco? H : crowd, mewarp at e oc 'ing orse. - ~ - I ltatcll at The Rocking Horse. ttpm-3am. £2 (free before li30am). ; film: before , 10.30pm—3am. £2.50 (£2). A veritable Tllllewarp Starts th agattt Wlt it Very ; ' .‘ " cornucopia of indie music from the 80s w—l—d—e playlist indeed: 60s. 70s. 80s. 1 :cgfmgershs‘l'eel 0°“ “"9.” fawn—33"“ I 500“ at L51 Belle Angelo. lOpm—3attl. and 908‘ in [his busy weekly club 905 and onwards, t - ( )- 3 l “flame sugget‘tst £5 (£3). 11 Feb onl . Fortni htl . Mu1tl- . I Chocolate Clty at The Venue.

, . Y E Y lMalte It Phunky at The Vaults. M “d ' logo 1 £4 (B , be _ 74 Pt) I media aquatic theme club. offering 10pm_3am. £5 (£4)_ 13 Feb only 0 ays I oni. agfiitalm.Thirdbmzléta {h‘ e ingnequalnieasure. Cet there early to i the fun); in‘ jazz missives with a hip-hop 10pm_3nm, £2, 905 new wave from D15 thcgcii Deletcgd funk upgmirg fromgthc . SU lECngC In téie more progressive ambtenl pchpCCilVC. I I Dougie Death and [he Sorcerer. Definilive ilnpccglfiblc A_Onc and Jami; gupreme ‘Ingl :TSOUII} T ' I mambo Club at The cavcndmh' excursions in rock; from same to goth ‘0 chill-out dub and re ac from‘VVhitne

u "'9 n 3‘ Chambers Street . . 10pm—4am. £3 (£2.50). Two floors with industrial, dowmmm Ultra gkiikm. y I Student Union. 10pm—3am..£2.50. 18 Feb African. Latin. salsa’ reggae. zouk. so“. . I mm at The Music Box. 10.30pm_3am. I nu: “he 4 mg mam .Frcc see i only. Rumbustuous concoction of salsa. calypso downstairs. and dub. lovers and £1 14 Feb only Fortnightly. New Indie F .d g p -.- . . i lambada. merengue. cumbta. flamenco. dancchan upstairs. Sir ossie on tm. : option to Sum the week with. Inflatyé. rise at The ShaCk 8 mnam £7 rhtanbai zouk and more. wheels of steel playing to a busy. hot. 5 (£1 b {T} H m) Studemg' 35d Jest; ; I I at The Pelican. lme—3am. sweaty crowd_ D e 0 Lg_ ‘rquaéiong (56‘ ' Fleet Dancer funk and Soul In the I Mlntis line at The Carlton Highland ; . an.“ "tux": 0 P‘ crammed pub Curfew lg I 103"] t I at The MUSIC BOX. Napier Union.

° -~ - ' Hotel. 10pm—3am. £5 (free for members). _ 9 - S F -d 1030W“ 33m 55-50 (£2). A Wlde I Funky Mutha at The Rose Street Saturdays .efi‘g; ayS'Th, C ', ,0 _4 ; mixture of excellent music. including the Underground Club. 9.30pm—2am. £2. All I cl 3 W m L 00 “3 pm am' £5 3 likes Of The Dead Kennedysi 30b Marie)“ drinks £1.50. Street soul. funk and swing uh Alpha at The Subway. 9pm—3am, ; (£3). 19 Feb only. Fortnightly. Fresh from - - t - .

. . . , . Utah Saints. Consolidated and a heck of a wnh Djs Fmbnr, pm and Wav. £2. Popular qulon ofa wide scope of i then appearance on The Word after failing 1 lot more. one of the best midweek nights I Hump at The Mum Box. 10pm_3am. altematlve sounds including punk. indie, : to depress the West of Ireland; the tack l around. £2 50 (students free‘ with ID before roccik. healvy metal. goth. hardcore and ; seeking Misery tlyllpes contigtle to turn 1 I F4 " at The Cavendish. 10pm_3am. mi‘dnigin) .AI; 0am in the desert of i in ustna. 1 over any musrca y cringea e stone (or | £4 16 F b I £1 - val - .' . . .

I , . - e 0" Y- ‘1 Plllt- ettlles student nightlife. playing exceptional

I Burger Queen at The Vaults. ' 1 carpet) they can find. Not a. Prozac (that s Special with three floors of amorous music to hump 10!. Prizes and giveaways ! llpm—3am. £5. 19 Feb only. Fortnightly. l the happy Pl” that Al Paean swears bY) hedonism and snogtnsnc dance. every week

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