liegular weekly clubs plus one-off events are listed by city, then by day, then alphabetically by title. Clubs will be listed, provided that up-to-date details reach our offices at least seven days before publication. Club listings tc:or':piled by liory Weller and Bethan
I The Ark at The Tunnel. 10.30pm—3.30am. £5 (£3). Pumping house and garage grooves. Michael Kilkie and Scott McKay in bar 1. Duncan Reid and Steven McCreery in bar 2. Good and loud house. garage. sun tans and cleavage. All drinks £1 before midnight. Paul Oakenfoid guesting 29 July.
I oanus 10.30pm—3am. £6. DJ Paul Mulholland playing commercial dance.
I Bar 10 9pm—midnight. Free. A laid back (but very loud) soul-based set from Stevie Donaldson with various guests dropping in from week to week.
I Bennet’s 11pm—3am. £4. Busy gay night with DJ Sara.
I Big lieal at The Garage. 10.30pm-3am. £3 (£2). House. soul and disco from Graham.
I Body Mechanics in The Attic (formerly the Cameo Suite) 10.30pm—3am. £4 (£3 members). ifyou know about Body Mechanics then you know how good it'll be, ifyou don‘t. find out. Run by some fairly heavyweight Glasgow names who prefer to remain anonymous.
I Bounce at the Tuxedo Princess. 9pm-3am. £6 (£3 before 10pm, £5 after 10pm with flyer). No curfew. Techno hardcore.
I The Cathouse lOpm—3am. £3 (£2.50 with ticket). Well respected rock- orientated night reaching capacity at the weekends. industrial/rock downstairs and studenty stripey tights upstairs. Now with mainstream chart sounds from DJ Craig (Garage) on yet another ﬂoor.
I Cleopatra’s 10.30pm—2.30am. £6. Disco, chart and mainstream with DJ Davie Johnston.
I Club Cubans at the Cathouse. 10pm—3am. £3 (£2). August 5 only. Latin American dance sounds from resident DJ Tchico. Tapas. Cuban cocktail and red hot salsa All proceeds to the Scottish Cuba Defence Campaign.
I Club Xchange l 1pm—3am. £4. Gay. brash. trashy and fun as ever. Happy Hour iipm—12.30am. all drinks £1.25 and Beck's promotion all night.
I Cool lemon at the Glasgow School of Art 10pm-2.30am. £7 (£5). Friday 29 July only. Lisa Loud. lain Paterson and Trevor Price in the usual Cool Lemon class house vibe.
As techno continues to fragment and remould itself into a thousand different permutations: Dust Brothers hip-trance, Wagon Christ weirdness, Orbital breakbeat even, there are times when the Detroit sounds of six years ago might never have been created. That’s where have Angel comes in. Carrying the torch for a pure, underground delineation of techno since he started playing it in 87/88, ilave Angel has impeccably rigid standards of what constitutes a ‘techno’ track. ‘l think the music has diversified a lot,’ he muses. ‘I do like
the way things are going in that the handful of people that are into it now are its true inheritors.’ He cites Dave Clarke and Point Zero (an act on his flotation label) as the future stars of British techno, ‘And Carl, Juan and Derrick as always.’
Angel’s own back catalogue, an impressive collection of crisp articulate techno shot through with syncopated jazzy impro exemplifies his focused conception perfectly. This may sound restrained, but when you listen to the sassy handclap beats and doodling sax on ‘llocturne’ (Royal Techno EP) or the understated harmonics of ‘1 st Symphony’ you realise that this isn’t purism in some tight-lipped, strait-laced sense, just high resolution production married to [any sensibility. ‘Mingus, Parker, 8e- bop, l was brought up on that stuff,’ says Angel, probably slightly tired of being asked about the fact that his father was a [an musician. ‘My music is random but within the range of a four bar or eight bar loop, that’s about as far as it goes.’ Dave Angel plots the points where scientific impro meets electronic scat with a deep sense of tradition. Way past cool.
Dave Angel ills at Plexus, The Vaults, Edinburgh on Sun 3 July. liis Sea Of Tranquility EP is out now on Rotation.
I Crash at The Cotton Club. 10pm—3am. £4 (£3 with matric card). A lush mix of happy sounds packing the place week after week.
I In Deep at the Sub Club. 10.30pm—3am.
£5. 5 August only. Simon DK from DiY guesting.
I Dolly Mixture at Reds bar. Strathclyde University. 9pm—2am (doors close lam). £1 (free before 10pm). Students and guests. Tam Coyle putting together a ‘credible' assortment of student sounds. I Fluid at R.G.’s. 8pm—midnight. Free. The best in garage and house from DJ Kevin.
I Frantic at Floozy's. 10pm—3am. £5 (£3 before 11pm with a Fioozy's discount card). DJs Dave Young and Mike Costa. I llelter Skelter at The Venue. 10.30pm—3am. £3 (£2.50). Long-serving rock/indieﬂOs/funk/kitsch night. Started in 1988, the night now re-launches itself with the original DJ every week.
I Ketch at The Cathouse, Studio 3. 10pm-3am. £3 (£2.50/£1.50 with a ticket). The Katch boys peddling their blend of indie/studenty/good time vibes. I Langa Iange at The Cathouse. 10.30pm-3am. £3. Latin American. African. soca night.
I to Pastie de la Bourgeoisie at the Common Room. QM. 9.30pm—2am. £2 (students and guests). 29 July only. Surreal musical frolics from the likes of The Fall. Pulp. Go Betweens. Smiths and Orange Juice. includes live performance from these Pastie chaps. See Rock listings.
I Beds 10.30pm—3am. £4 (£3 for students before 11.30pm). “Chunky funk,deelitefu1 disco and groovy garage!‘ With DJ Paul N’Jie. Promo beers.
I Rhapsody llpm—3am. £5 (£2). All drinks £1.50. Stevie Sleepman and Graham Wilson with a fine mix of hip hop. garage. house and funk.
I Shag at Fury Murry’s. 10.30pm—3am. £4 (£2 before 11pm). Maintaining the legacy of the traditional student night. a rare species today.
I Slam at The Arches. 10.30pm—3am. £6. Underground, upfront. technologically minded dance music from Stuart and Orde. the biggest names this side of Hadrian's Wall.
I Sonic The Indie Club at Rooftops (Secrets Lounge). iOpm-3am. £2.50 (£1.50 before 11.45pm). indie c1ub(it‘s a bit of a dead giveaway isn‘t it?) with £1 pints of lager on tap.
I Soundclesh llepublic at The 13th Note. 8pm-midnight. Free. DJs Andy. Joe and
lain with ‘heavy dub reggae. quality techno and intoxrcating electronic massage.‘
I The Volcano 10.30pm-230.1111. £4 (£3 ).
Packed night of mainstream dance. rap.
funk and pop with 1)] Alan l<’.«.mald.
I Voodoo Room tipnt-Lttﬁain. :5. Mel Barr and ‘feline filling of fun w ith wild
I Atmosphere at The Tuxedo Princess. 9pm——3am. £5 before 10pm with tlyer. £6 after 10pm with flyer. £7 after 10pm no ﬂyer. Hardcore techno featuring regular live acts.
I Bar 10 9pm--midnight. Free. Socialise to the mellow sounds of 1)] Nick Peacock e! (11.
I Banus l().3()—3am. £7. George Bell with his upfront dance and regular guest l)Js.
I Bennet’s l lpm— 3am. £5. (in): With Roddy Stewart. the busiest shopkeeper/musician/l)l around.
I The Cathouse. 9.30pm Jam. £4 (£3.50/£3 before 1 1pm). Sweaty rock- orientated club on two ﬂoors, with early opening and specially cheap drinks till
1 1pm. Trad rock upstairs and contemporary rock downstairs.
I Cleopatra’s 1 rpm-Jam. £6.
I Club Xchange 11pm~3am. £5. Gay club with upfront dance tunes. Happy ilour 11pm-1230am.
I Dream Sequence at Rooftops (Secrets Lounge). 10.30pm—3am. £2.50. Long- established indie night with a friendly vibe. Watch out you don't get confused and join the queue for the singles bar upstairs.
I Techno Night at The Venue. 10.30pm~3am. £5. With regular live PAs. I FIOW at the Arches. l.3()pm~9.30pm and 9.30pm—3am. Day ticket £3. Night ticket £8.50 (£7.50). Day and night ticket £10. 30 July only. Massively ambitous multi-media event in collaboration with the V—Topia exhibition at the Tramway (see Art listings. Music preview and Club hit list for details).
I Fury at Fury Muny's. 10.30pm—3am. £5 (£4). imaginatively named student- orientated night.
I The Garage. 10.30pm—3am. £3 (£2) lOpm—l 1pm. £4 (£3). 11pm-12pm. Dave Ross getting a wee bit more dancey than usual. Retro/indie in The Attic. upstairs. insanely busy with queues half way down Sauchiehall Street. up Rose Street. and along the M8 as far as Airdrie. honest.
I Harmony at Strathclyde University Union. 9pm—2am. £2. Paul Mulholland in Reds bar with funk. rap, dance and ambi sounds. ‘Rave and techno free zone‘ is what it says here.
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