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it ular weekl clubs plus one-oft events video screens. ‘ agllsted by city, then by day, then I Phar Out at glasgow School ofArt. alphabetically by title. Clubs Will be 9.30pm—late. £...50. New funky night listed, provided that up-to-date details I. x V, sponsored by Dr J Ives and. Stussy.
reach our offices at least seven days soul " soul, Massive Attack and the Resrdent DJ Paul Cawley 1.8" Joined every belore publication. Club listings 300 yaa Tribe. gggkbgyolq§l§rl§efaggflg $2;an Gate from Ciiigimeu by no” wane, and Reina" He ﬁrst began Ming “"0th his I Beds 10.30pm—3am. £4 (£3 for students
engineering Work: taming the londo" before 11.30pm). ‘Chunky funk. deeliteful clubs With Jazzy B and shortening his disco and groovy garage!‘ With DJ Paul own Bernstein surname to the logical N 'Jie. Promo beers.
‘3’, When James Laveﬂe was setting I Rhapsody llpm—3am. £5 (£2). All
up the Mo wax [aha] two goals ago, drinks £1.50. Hip hop. garage, house and his admiration tor Howie’s work on the funk
Massive Attack album led him to get in touch and, as Howie says, ‘We hooked up really well.’ The result can be heard on the three tracks he has done for Mo Wax.
; . With the latest technology, Howie is ”' able to create the soundscapes he hears in his head. 0n the Mo Wax tracks he was alone in the studio, programming, mixing and engineering. The sound is very sparse, with very little extraneous dynamics to mess up I Slam at The Arches. 10.30pm—3am. £6.
I The Ark at The Tunnel. the picture. Underground, upfront. technologically- lO.30pm—3.30am. £5 (£3). Pumping ‘I want to concentrate on just a few minded dance music from Stuan and house and garage grooves. Michael Kilkie sounds: he says. ‘ltrs better than Orde, the biggest names this side of and Scott McKay in Bar 1. Duncan Reid chucking in a load of sounds that Hadrian’s Wall.
and Steven McCreery in Bar 2. Good and reduce it to nothing. “,8 taken right I Solar at Queen Margaret Student
loud house, garage. sun tans and cleavage. d . " Union. 8.30pm—3am. £10. 4 Nov only. All drinks £1 before midnight. o a 0w" to names ’50 Vi?" can '93 V Megadog hit town with all the visuals and I Banus 10.30pm—3am. £6. DJ Paul Che“ Wt What 5 9”“ on- "'9 mus“: guests as usual. Playing live are System 7.
Mulholland playing commercial dance. iS lemom father than hip hOP- The Drum Club and State of Flux. Your I Bar1o 9pm—midnight. Free. A laid Howie 8 used to go down the Lettioot’s an old school expression DJs for the night are Charlie Hall, baCkibUl very 1011(1) SOUl-ofﬁed 56‘ from Warehouse club in Glasgow when the meaning that the groove is in your left Michael Dog and MC Tea Bag. See Rock Stem. D0."ald30“ W‘m “nous gums music was 3&3. disco and house. and foot whenever you listen to it. It’s just PFCVICYV- _ dropping in from week to week. a“ the thinks were 50p. Today, his not "k8 any normal groove.’ (“my I Sonic The IndIe Club at Rooftops I Bonnets 11pm—3am. £4. Busy gay (Secrets Lounge). 10pm—3am. £2.50 ni . boyhood home of Newton Mearns Weller) ., . , ght wrth DJ Sara. . . . (£1.50 before 11.45pm). lndlc club (it s a I a.“ a, Sub Club. 10.30pm_3am. £6 seems a lifetime away as he Howie B appears on the Mo Wax Headz bit of a dead giveaway isn‘t it?) with £1 (£4). The Sub’s Friday jazz/funk legacy chronlcles the Impresswe record of tour at Glasgow School of Art on Fri 11 pints of lager on lap, continues with this weekly night hosted album credits and projects that he’s Hov. The Headz album is released on . Soundclash at The 13m Note. by top broadcaster DJ Paul Welsh had a hand in engineering, including 14 Nov. 8pm—midnighl. Free. DJs Andy. Joe and sponsored by Tennent’s Livel. Paul has lain with ‘heavy dub reggae. quality got a fine list of live acts that are set to techno and intoxicating electronic play over the next few months. selected to ’ massage’. complement the modemjazz, rare groove. I Cleopatra’s lO.30pm—2.30am. £6. 8pm—close. Free. Martin Gavin of I Vertigo Glasgow University Student Latin and African sounds on the decks. 4 Disco. chart and mainstream with DJ Goodfoot fame with ajazz, funk and soul Union. 10,30pm—late. £2. Dance stuff Nov, Double Vision from Acid Jazz Davie Johnston. pre-club. from the hugely talented DJ Dominic of playing live, 11 Nov, Dean Rudland from I Club Xchange llpm—3am. £4. Gay. I Journeys Under Os. 8pm—Midnight. the Sub. Acid Jazz DJing. brash. trashy and fun as ever. Happy Hour Free. New pre-club in this intimate and I The Volcano lO.30pm-—2.30am. £4 (£3). I Bounce at The Tuxedo Princess. 11pm—12.30am. all drinks £1.25 and sorely underused venue. playing a good. Packed night of mainstream dance. rap. 9pm—3am. £6 (£3 before 10pm. £5 after Beck’s promotion all night. eclectic, clubby mix. funk and pop with DJ Alan Ronald. 10pm with ﬂyer), No curfew, Techno I Cream at Reds. .iu‘athclyde University I Katch at The Cathouse, Studio 3. I Voodoo Room 11pm—315am £5. Mel hardcore. Student Union. 9pm—2am (doors close 10pm—3am. £3. The Katch boys peddling Barr, Bobby Bluebell and guests with a 1am). £1. Students and guests. Steven their blend of indie/studenty/good time wide mix of commercial house. Watt of Mo Jazz on a commercial funk vibes. All drinks £1.50. and hip hop tip. I Langa langa at The Cathouse. saturdays I Fluid at R.G.'s. 8pm—midnight. Free. 10.30pm—3am..£3. Latin American. I Atmosphere at The Tuxedo princess. The best in garage and house from DJ African, soca night. 9pm_3am. £5 before 10pm with “yer. £7 Kevm' I love any at The Garage‘ after 10 m £6 after 10pm with ﬂyer. I Friday at the comm Club l0Pm‘33m- 10'3Opm—3am' £3 (£2)' Takes the place Of Hardcore: techno featuring regular live £4 (£3 with matric card). A lush mix of Big Deal and continues in the same ac“ happy Sounds paCkmg the place week musical vein' Entry to [Tm/chug also lets I Bar 10 9pm—midnight. Free. Socialise after week you mvesu‘gme The Ame where the to the mellow sounds of DJ Nick Peacock I Fury Murry’s 10.30pm—3am. £4 (£2 original Radio City will be plying its retro et a] i ‘ before 11pm). Maintaining the legacy of trade. ‘ . ' the traditional student night. a rare species I M0 wax in“! at Glasgow SChool of Art. ~~.-.. ' today, £6 (£4). 11 Nov only. James Lavelle, Mo I The Cathouse 10pm—3am. £3 (£2.50 I Helter Skelter at The Venue. Wax records boss hits the decks with Wax with ticket). Well-respected rock- 10.30pm—3am. £3 (£2.50). Long-serving arliStS DJ ShadOW. Krush. Al, Fraser orientated night reaching capacity at the rock/indie/70s/funk/kitsch night. Started Cooke and Howie B. See Clubs preview. weekends. Industrial/rock downstairs and in 1988. the night now re-launches itself . I Parkiiie at The Arena. 9pm—2am. £3 I BalllIS 10.30—3am- 57- George 86“ studenty stripey tights upstairs. All drinks with the original DJ every week, (£2). Post-Mod club playing the best of with his upfront dance and regular guest £1.50. I Hipster at Blackfriars Underground. Brit pop from the 908 plus ﬁlm footage on DJs.
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