“Catch the best Glasgow Clubs this
I Flow Flow brings Global Communications aka Reload to the Arches during the day. Film and video workshops, sculpture. performance readings and theatre end at 9.30pm when the Flow club environment take over. This includes Stefan Robbers, Pleasure and Erwin van Moll playing live. Guest DJ Lx (Eevo Lute). Arches. Saturday 30 July.
I Peel Cakeotold Impossiny famous record remixer and global DJ. DJed for U2 on their world tour. Tunnel, Friday 29 July.
I David Morales The major proponent of handbag and rather obsessed about just how much more he spends on his clothes than anyone else. Tunnel, Sunday 31 July.
I love Boutique at the Arches. 10.30pm-3am. £7. 6 August only. The Boutique steadily making a name for itself as an original mixed ‘event‘ night. Resident DJ Roy on the decks and a live performance from Minty featuring master of disguises Leigh Bowery.
I Love’s Secret llornain at the Tunnel. 30 July. Fortnightly. Sonora in bar 3 getting a little chilled for the summer.
lO.30pm—3.30am. £7 (£4). Upfront house and garage with Colin Tevendale and Steven McCreery in Bar 1. and Bobby Bluebell and Duncan Reid in Bar 2 with their mellow, funky. soulful set.
I Mo’ Jazz With Attitude at The 13th Note. Free. 8pm-midnight. ‘Tastier than 7-up and more backbone than the Brazilian defence. Funky jazz. smooth soul and hot Latin.‘
I llever Get Out the Boat at the Renfrew Ferry. £7. 30 July only. Stuart and Orde of Slam with the second of their lighter. party vibe nights which include the ubiquitous ‘bizarre theatrical activities‘.
I Pure at the Barrowlands. 7pm—2am. £12. 30 July only. The regular Friday night Edinburgh club makes another foray to Glasgow. Live line-up includes Vapour Space. Teste and Revolutionary Dub Warriors. Your Dls for the night are David Holmes, Evil Eddy Richards, Twitch and Brainstorm. I Reds 10.30pm—3am. £5 (£4). A packed night specialising in mainstream dance. funk. rap and house with DJ Kev. Stella Dry on promo. I Rhapsody 11pm-3am. £7 (£5 before llpm). Stuart Hobbs and Robin Burrows with an eclectic clubby mix. Live acts through the back.
I leaving the 20th Century at the Tunnel. .
I Shoosh! at R.G.‘s. 8pm—midnight. Free. DJ Cristian with a house/garage pre-club warmer.
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I Sub Club lO.30pm—3am.- £8. Fabulously fresh night that offers up the credibility of underground dance with the warmth of house. DJs Harri. Oscar and Dominic.
I The Volcano lO.30pm—2.30am. £5 (£4 with matric card). Mellow house, garage grooves and street soul with Graham Wilson and Scott McCay.
I Voodoo Boom 11pm—3.15am. £8. ‘Spellbound and sexed —()ut with Colin‘s own sexy selection and Kevin McKay licking the decks into a frenzy.‘
I Wild at The Cotton Club. 10.30pm—3am. £5 (£4 before 11pm. £3 students). Commercial dance andpop.
I Banus 10.30pm—3am. £3 entry with leaﬂet. Top name house/garage guest DJs
i every week. I Bar 10 9pm—late. Free. Dls Gavin and ' Ziggy popping in from time to time.
I Bennet’s I lpm—3am. £1. Gay. All beers and spirits £1. DJ John Frazer with commercial dance and pop.
I Bob‘s Full House at The Volcano. 10.30pm—2.30am. £4. lt's Sunday night. It's Partick town. it’s the only place to be hot and sweaty. Damn fine mix of
jumping house. screaming divas and tasty
I Bomb at The Cathouse, Studio 3. 10pm—3am. £1.50. Hip-hop evening.
I Bubblellcious at Reds. 11pm—3am. £6. ‘Bombastic boogie. bubble grooves‘ and all drinks £1 until 2am. Good music and cheap drink — surely that‘s too much like giving the punters what they want?
I Club Mouth at The 13th Note (ground ﬂoor). 8pm—midnight. Free. Indie and altemative tunes ‘founded to let the BBC Radio Scotland indie DJs play their stuff and drink at the same time'. Now featuring live bands most weeks. See Rock listings for details.
I Cool lemon at the Sub Club. 10.30pm—3am. £6. 31 July only. Judge
J ules, lain Paterson and Trevor Price keeping you up for the night, but hey! you don‘t care 'cos it's the bank holiday.
I The Crypt at the Voodoo Room. 11pm—3. 15am. Ham' and Oscar and their underground house and garage. All drinks £1. Danny Tenaglia guests 7 August. See Clubs preview.
I Fuddrultkers at Cleopatra’s. 10.30pm—2.30am. £3 (£2 with ticket). Disco, pop and 60s party vibes from DJ Craig Davis.
I SLAM. at the Sub Club. 11pm—3am. 7 Aug. Fortnightly. New mixed night in O.T.T. mode. Involves the considerable DJestable housey talents of Oscar beside a load of models and photographers.
I Ital Reggae Club at The Venue. 10.30pm—1atc. £2.
I JuJu at the Arena. Free. Spin—midnight. Jazz and rare grooves for that Sunday vibe. All drinks £1.30.
I Morales at the Tunnel. 10.30pm-3am. £10. 31 July only. Streetrave present Dave Morales, T. Empo live and John Digweed. I Rock City at The Cathouse. IOpm—2am. £1.50. Rock from the 70s to the present. I Sex Machine at Fury Murry's. 10.30pm-3am. £3.50 (£2.50 non-waged). The poptastic DJ Mr Dave Ross gets even less sleep as he fills his social diary with this ‘hot, busy. funky Sunday'. All spirits (including mix) 99p! ‘Arrive early, leave pished.‘ They said it. not me.
I Shake Appeal in The Attic. IO.30pm—3am. £2 (£1). DJ Crispin with a moderately harder indie-feel club.
I Sonora at The 13th Note. 8pm—midnight. Donations (£1) on the door. cushions on the ﬂoor. Excursions into arnbience. The hosts for the evening prefer to remain anonymous. but can be identified as the ones with most pies on their plate.
I Stella leVell 99p Special at Club Xchange. 11pm—3am. 99p. Gay. All pints and spirits 99p.
I The Beat Club at Fury Murry's. 10.30pm—3am. £2 (£1.50). All drinks £1.50. ‘Sounds from the 60s, funky 70s and lots ofclassic dance and indie tracks.‘ I The Boat at the Tuxedo Princess. 9pm—3am. £2 (£1 with student card - free before 11pm with flyer). Pronounced ‘bow-att'. Immense student night of mainstream indie. dance and pop. Battle the crowds on the revolving dance floor and dodge the DJ hurling T-shirts at you. The weekend starts here kids.
I Ceroc at The Venue. 7.30—IO.30pm. Modern jive from France. Includes 45-
Shaft will be running every Thurs. Fri and Sat at Adam House between 12 Aug and 3 Sept while sister club FBI takes over Moray House every Fri and Sat between 5 Aug and 3 Sept. Over at the 1 Assembly Rooms, Big Beat (Fridays) and Club Latino (Sats) will be dropping the freshestjazz and sassiest salsa 12 Aug to 3 Sept with Club Latino enlisting the help of The i Columbian National Ballet, Salsa-Y-Ache and Buendia Havana (Cuban theatre and music group) for their multi-media nights. At The Vaults the weekly club schedule will be as follows: Wed. Sexual Chocolate; Thurs. r
’ Clubhouse; Friday. Sativa; ' Saturday. Burger Queen; Sunday. Taste. Club
. nights at La Belle Angele
: will remain largely
I unchanged. Squid will run
3 weekly on Fridays (James
Lavelle. Chill Out Acts
lined up). as will Divine
Inspiration featuring the
Slam DJs every Sunday. Watch out for ‘Funky
Shoe‘ the debut release
from Edinburgh Tribal
Funktion DJ George in
collaboration with Jason
describes it as a ‘middle
of the evening ﬂoor filler’ and it will be out on
Whirly Records in the
next few weeks.
I Marie Divine: Can’t live without your love (Other)
A 12in thatjust slides onto the turntables and slinks out the speakers with full juicy rolling house beats backing the blissful Divine vocals. Originally released on underground Detroit label Acacia records the track is re~invented for British danceﬂoors by Mat Clark and Reel House. (RW)
I Tony Di Bart: Do It (Cleveland City Blues) On the back of ‘Real Thing‘ going silver. Cleveland City release this massive ﬂoor filler sounding like a cross between Gloworm‘s - ‘Carry me home‘ (mood filled pauses) and ‘Real Thing‘ (full-on anthemic house). It doesn‘t cheapen it, but combines the two early summer stormers into the tune for the summer's height. (RW)
minute beginners‘ class at 7.30pm followed by dance sounds from the 405 to the 90s.
I Club Xchange 10.30pm—3am. £1.25. Gay. Craig with a dance-orientated night. Cheap drink.
I Crash West at Cleopatra's. IO.30pm-3am. £2 (£1 with ticket). Gary Unett and a mix of mainsteam pop and dance.
I The Hunt at The 13th Note (ground ﬂoor). 8pm—midnight. Free. ‘Unnerving dreams of the old Woolworth pick ‘n‘ mix turned voodoo on a suddenly darkened Saturday afternoon.‘ Mr Scott Horn praying that Captain Beefheart. Beat Happening. Ivor Cutler and The Pastels weigh in at under the quarter pound.
I Soap on a nope at The Attic (formerly the Cameo Suite). 10.30—3am. £l. Andy and Gerry bring you a squeaky clean mix of new and retro tunes. Stella Dry £1.
I Teardrops at The 13th Note. 7pm—midnight. Free (except for opening night). Official kick—off of this cult happening on 1 August with a live set from Dan Penn and some wildly special surprise guests. See rock listings for details.
I Amorphus at Nice ’n’ Sleazy. 8.30pm—midnight. Donations on the door to cover running costs. Ambient and dub through to techno and gabba with resident DJs from TAB and the Sonic Research Institute. Lager and heavy £1.25, vodka and whisky 75p a dash. Ege Bam Yasi playing live. 2 August (£2.50).
I Boudoir at The 13th Note (downstairs). 8pm-midnight. Free. ‘In the context of Boudoir words are useless.‘ Easy music with a twist. Your hosts for the evening: EJ. (that‘s ‘Easy Jock‘). Ian and Dr Paul. I Brouhaha at the Arena. 8pm—midnight. Free. 60s garage to 90s indie and underground dance.
I JoJos at Club Xchange 11pm—3am. £2.50. Gay. DJ Craig with his choice of dance and chart sounds. £1.25 spirits and pints. Pitched as the only gay night in town tonight.
I Moist at The Cathouse. 10pm—3am. £1. A mish-mash of poppy and studenty-type sounds. plus all drinks for £1.20!
I Shimmy Club at Bennet‘s. 10.30pm—3am. £2. Legendary. drunken. ‘mixed'. longest-running club night in town with Craig Davis. Mainstream dance and chart. £1.10 promo beers. More girls in the boys’ toilets than boys for some reason.
I The Tardls in the Attic (formerly the Cameo Suite). 10.30pm-3am. £1. ‘A journey through space and time that takes you from the 603 to the 90s and back via rock/pop and soul‘. All drinks £1.
I Trading Post at Cleopatra's. IO.30pm—2.30am. £2 (£1 with ticket). Chart, mainstream and 60s ‘for the pub/club staff crowd'.
B? The list 29 July 1! Mums! 1994