to cover running costs. Ambient and dub through to techno and gabba with resident I Alice’s “save Party “I SUb ClUb- DJs from TAB and the Sonic Research 10.30pm-4am. £7 (invite only). 36 DCC lnstitute. Lager and heavy £1.25. vodka Christmas Day and New Yea“ Day. only. Alice had such a good titne at her and whishy 75p a dash, . I Fuddmkkers m Cleopatra-S. I last party that she deCidetl to have another I Boudmr at The 13th Note (downstairs). 10.30pm_2.3oam‘ £3 (£2 with ticket). ' one before the year was out. Guest Dls on The Boudmr boys bung ahmg their hive a garage tip looking at the best songs of hoard games and let everyone have a shot the year. on the Atari (Galaxion ofcourse). The I The Beat Club at Fury M urry's. music sounds as this they've raided every 10.30pm—3am. £2 (£1.50). A“ drinks charity shop and rummaged about in the £1.50. ‘Sounds from the 608. funky 708 depths oftheir parents‘ record collections. and lots ofclassic dance and indie tracks.‘ 1‘," sure if you could mix Sin-ac}; then

I Decadaiice at Cotton Club. I 10.30pm-3am. £3 (£2). Raymond Davren ; with a new club playing a light selection 1 l


The list selects the clubs that rocked in ’94.

of groovy garage and happy house. Open

Disco. pop and 60s party vibes from DJ Craig Davis.

I Karaoke Xmas at The Tunnel.

1 lpm—«lam. £6 (£4). Christmas Day only. 1 Hopefully this isn‘t as self explanatory as it seems.

I Lush at The Voodoo Room. I the Boat ,1" The Tuxedu Princcgs' . they “mud b9 the” (wing it. “WW3. 151m]. £5. Rising mg.“ SW5. 9Pt‘n—3am. £2 (£1 with student card lrcc L Brouhaha at The Arena. hpm—nndnight. Harri and Oscar with their underground l bcmrc ipm mm flycr)‘ P."""‘.‘“”C°d Hcc' 60$ garage [0 90‘ “MW and house and garage. A“ drinks “O‘Opcn bow-alt . Student night ofiiiaiiistream : underground dang? . Christmas Day and New Year’s Dav. ind'c‘ (lance and WP 9’ “U”? i I “mm”: The Thlfd Cpmtng at The

' indescribable mediocrity. It is. however. Venue. l lpm—Bain. £3.50. 27 Dec only. A

monstrously busy and kinda good iii a really bad sort of way.

tribute to Jimi and his niusos. with indie rock/alternative in between.

. I CBTOC ill The Venue. TKO—10.30pm. I at Club Xchangc I limp-3am, Mimi” .1ch {mm Frilncc- I'lCIUdC-S 45' , £2.50. Gay. DJ Stella with choice dance i “WWW bcgl'l'w". C111“ i" 7-3()l"" ' and chart sounds. £1 lager. 50p vodka. followed by dance sounds front the 40s to l >' ~ » i x i y r 'y ' r l the 9m . : tl llohluti as the only gay night in toth ! Per'enlal Love Boutique “we DJ, Jon . " . .- . .. ,. , "’“g‘; ._ . i PleasedWlmmln ; . I cosa N051” i" “k "‘“hih- Ill’lll‘3‘1'll- i I MOISt at Ihe Cathoiise. 10.30pm—3am. 26 Dec onlv. The Glasgow clubs mafia '- - i ~ . x i make vou in offer vorfcan't refuse' Niuel : fl. A “my [miSh (it 'pipp) and smdum THE BEST I t . s . * - v e soiin s. as (I‘ll) ‘s )i'omos. - . ; Hayes. Harri. ()scar. Nick l’eacock. Sttiiirl ipShimmy Cliib at Bennett's. I Love Bounque at “W (VChCS' i and ()rde join forces for one night otin to S 1(),3()pm_3am_ £3. Ilcgcndiu‘y‘ drunkcm Glasgow- R'Jml’imt hedomsm 11”" l “WW lhcflmn‘éCSl mels SCXWI i“ WWW i ‘mixed'. longest-running club night in unmlt‘gmw PIWSUTC ("WC 3 month ; I The Butler Room at 1 he funnel. [own with Craig Davis, Muingimmn dance for boys who like girls who like girls I Rock Clty at The Cathouse. 10.30pm-3am- £3 (“~50 “"lh “Yul. g and chart. £1.10 promo beers. More girls who like girls who like boys who like 10.30pm—3am. £2 (£1.50). Rock from the : Mondays at the Tunnel once more : in the boys” toilets lil'lll boys for somc b . - . ' s . L . . . . 708 to thc present. , becomes gay. with connnercral dance i reason, RUNNERS Up I So at The Arena. 10.30pm—3am. £4. l supplied by DJ Sara. 3 I Sly at The Tunnel, I(),30pm—3ani. l I Y‘ Ya . I L. B .1] . i\ u .1 . New garage-orientated night with Jack E. . I Cleopatra’s l().3()piii---3ani. £2 (£1 with 7 £2.50 (£3). Studcmflricmucd Club which 1 . p p ‘l ‘1. t [L l1?st 3”“ T05“ LOVCI)’ SPCle 8110*“ “CW few lick“) Gar). UM” and ‘1 mix “f 2 seems to be taking some of the more fresh 1 Edinburgh Tm “‘ng 5mm 91 weeks. check flyers for details. ()pen mainsteam pop and dance. faced Ones awn), {mm Bonnet-5' Hm. mix house re-created lovingly by (,izireth Christmas Day and New Year's Day. Paul x I cm" x 1” Chm XChimgc' 3 of music ranging from chart hip hop to and DEW“: C'HOUW 31”“ng mum” BICCSdaIC l5 Pena”Cd i” {0‘ New Year“ 3 ]()'3()pm_3mn' “‘2‘? cu)" Mid'uc' With E fairlv respectable house plus they've got dCCP (hle and E‘lll‘lnll'féh“ “‘05! Day depending hm" he‘s feeling all" [he I :dfgétiiga‘cnufid li'flilt'é'l'zs ‘1” ‘mlnks' i one of those gyroscope thiiigummies set stylish clubcore going for broke. Cream Hogmanay bash. He will be v ill ‘0 - I l 1 "‘3 gmlm‘ tip in front of the lasers. 20 Dec. Slv I Sub Club on Saturday at the Sub .' I I~ ‘- )~ . . a _ i '7 ;“.i “'. .' ~ ‘1 l a ' 1. posng the l’lliatlas Phucbklrccorfds parity on 3:01:31. 8([3tlltlhlllltlillllaiTL II TLLihLlHLLE" lng' , student ball with tree pressie from Santa. Club, Glasgow “an.” Oscar and h . ,SS . .7 e; s eot oowor )lC'llle2') , -. z .' .. ‘1. . in m WMHL p” l in) 0 rucu ar . . . . . . I. .. ' *7 DLC‘ Sly Chr‘wm“ “hm 1" mm m Dominic mixnie up the best in prldayg [0 come. i turned voodoo on a suddenly daikeiied 4 Nick Bmwn from Club UK , . l g - .h I Sonora at The 13th Note. 1 Saturday afternoon.‘ Mr Scott Horn I I The Tamis in {he Ame (formal), (he American lnslllllllcllltl‘ hotist loi ot spin—midnight. Donations (£1) on the praying-that Captain Beetheart. Beat Came” Sum). loaopmugmn. £1~ ~,\ and sweaty cogniscenti. door. CUShions 0“ “19 “0°C EXCUFSlO'lS ' HIIPPCWg' Imf CUM” and The Pastels ' journey through space and time that takes I The Blue “00m 111 1 ‘10 VCHUC. into ambience and the occasional glance weigh “1 ill under the WW” Pmmd' you from the 60s to the 90s and back via I Edinburgh. Soothing night where at other related activities. Look out for the I “mark” 1” The “NO” RW'” rock/pop and soul'. All drinks £1. abstract aural soundtracks and guests “Lam 0f mam g‘mk bang“ 1”“ mjoPIrli—‘i‘lm' u" “6 Ii)“: uni-1' M‘lljrkp I Tradmg P05! 1" C'COPmm 5- like Scanner. Mixmastei' Moms. Ben ' com ‘s ac ' one lllOl" t)!“ t 1‘ ‘nt ) o i u “w .. . I Stella lave" 99') spec'al ‘" Club . L . L i L f L L. i : 10-30pm-230dm- i- (U “‘9” “Lu” Willinott and "lom Middleton helhed XChangc~ llPm‘3mn- (NP- Gav. A“ leS i [he year mm DJ“ Km" Ham and M'k“ Chart mainstream atitl 60s ‘tor the . . ~ . . . . l ,. ' . , stimulate the minds of worn out and spirits 99p. ()pen C hristmas Day and . SW1”. pub/Club Sm“ crowd . ~ New Year's Dav. i I Name That Tune at The Tunnel. . LlUbers.


Gary Menmes. I Bennet’s llpiii«3;iiii. £1. Gay. 70p - vodka and gin! l).l Sara.

I Ceroc at The. Venue. 7.30—l050pm. Modern jive from France. Includes 45- minute beginners' class at 7.30pm followed by dance sounds from the 40s to the 90s.

I Chopper at Club Xcliange. l0.30pm—3.30am. £3.50 (£2). (Tiarage. house, 90s disco and pop. More handbag

3 llpm—4am. £5 (£3). 26 Dec and 2 Jan. u ; Run down of the best tunes of the year.

5 I Speedracer at The Attic (formerly the

Cameo Suite). 10.30—3am. £l. Steven

Moody persues his ‘Nle-orientated

3 music' as well as a few indie-dance

classics. with a heavy slab of hip hop. _ I Sub Club 10pm—4am. £10. 2 Dec only. I sub chm l0Pm'41‘m- £13 Chmmm“ Slam play alongside Back to Basics with Day ONY- m Dominic from salurday Dominic meeting them somewhere in

night-‘1 is Fined by SPccml £11193“ ‘0 ; between. What better way to kick off “)5?

review the best chooiis of ‘94. i

I Trench Town Rock at The Venue. g

llpm-3am. £2. All new revival reggae TueSdays than Debenhams and more screaming I Amorphus at Nice 'n' Sleazy. I Banus 10.30pm—3am. £5 (half price (“ms than Glyndhmlrmt Double “Kim 8.30pm—midnight. Donations on the door I with flyer). House and garage with DJ L110,

night with George Ruffneck playing 60s to 90s. ska to dancehall.


now available.


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