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lie ular weekl clubs Ills one-oft events 3 northern arches to add a dubbier vibe to areglisted by city, thenpby day, then the activities through the front. alphabetically by title. Clubs will be i I Sonic The Indie Club at Rooftops listed, provided that up-to-date details l v (Secrets Lounge). 10pm—3am. £2.50 reach our oltices at least seven days i ‘A transvestite, drug addict, 1 r t - ~ (£1.50 before 1 1.45pm). Indie club (it's a

bit of a dead giveaway isn‘t it?) with £1 pints of lager on tap.

I Soundclash at The 13th Note. Spin—midnight. Free. DJs Andy. Joe and lain with ‘heavy dub reggae. quality techno and intoxicating electronic massage.‘

I Urban Funk at Sub Club. 11pm—3am. The DJs and musicians emanate from the ‘funky underground‘ and describe themselves as having ‘more mouthwatering flavas than Opal Fruits'. I Vertigo Glasgow University Student Union. 10.30pm—late. £2. Dance stuff from the hugely talented DJ Dominic of the Sub.


I Atmosphere at The Tuxedo Pl‘inCCSS. 9pm—3am. £5 before 10pm with flyer. £6 after 10pm with flyer. £7 after 10pm no flyer. Hardcore techno featuring regular

belore publication. Club Listings prostitute, hooker-looker, chick with i compiled by Rory Waller and 39th?!" dick’ is how clubland’s lave cross- 3 Colo- dressing DJ salaciously describes '

M himself. For Jon oi Pleased Wimmin

_ a club PA act that’s developed a mind Fridays

oi its own - lite is a glam, glossy I 40 Watt Club at Glasgow School of Art.

dream. The nearest he gets to reality 7.30pm-10pni. Free. Lindsey ofTankin' : is having second thoughts on flying to gently warms up the weekend with a laid LA for a pair of shoes, back dub. funk. jazz and electronic Jon is mow than a shtick in a flock ambient evening:- though. Doing time as a podium addict 3 of Betty Ford proportions, he instinctively knows what makes the boys and girls sweat. His reputation as I a DJ is based on working the house ' i scene to its taste limits, with a zeal ! tor twisting musical expectations. I There’s a classic camp anthem from last year - ‘God Save the Dueer’, but

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1 Jon wouldn’t play it. ‘l’d rather play 3 . . , 1M am ? “Fad save the queen” by '3” sex Jon: pleases mime" I Bar 10 9pm—midnight. Free. Socialise 3 Pistols instead, says .lon, backwards ; next door. Today he leaves the serious ,0 the mellow sounds of DJ Nick peacock ; at 33rpm, with lisa Minnelli live over ; knob twiddling to someone else, 6, a), the top.’ 5 coming into the studio to lay down the . I the my a, The Tunnel, 10,3opn,_3am, ; In tact he’s much more likely to play i basics. ‘Studios bore me shitless,’ he '

says. ‘Once I’ve had the ideas and got them down I can’t be bothered tannying about. To sit there pressing . knobs tor hours does my head in. I’d I Banus 10.30—3am. £7. George Bell rather be shopping in Knightsbridge or with his upfront dance and regular guest

£5 (£3). Pumping house and garage i his own song ‘Passion’ which he grooves. Michael Kilkie and Scott McKay describes as a ‘smiley mega-

in Bar 1. Duncan Reid and Steven screamer’. The track is commercial McCreery in Bar 2. Massively busy night I but my mo campy. 1 don’t want m be

for that commercial house circuit crowd ,, . . . some cra old Damien doin The bedecked in their Armani and Versace. All ppy g

. . . ' Timewarp” says Jon. Heaven torbid' getting a reaction in a club (Rory 018- drinks £1 before midni ht. , , . ' ' ' , . lOBanus 10.30pm—3ani. £6. DJ Paul i Actual”, setting 'i do“ 0“ Vinyl '5 We'll") I gamers 1-1pm‘33m1£5' Gd)" WM” Mulhonand playing commercial dance. something of a teat for Jon. His first ‘Passion’ by Jon Pleased Wimmin is Ehzdiyxes[gygi'qi‘fazfs‘fiound I Bennet’s llpm—3am. £4. Busy gay 1 recording session (in Edinburgh) was released on eastwest on Monday 30 ‘- Bpm;si;ick c‘euars 8pm_midn'ight night with DJ sam‘ . imenupmd by a raid on the bromel Janua'y' Free. Toni from the Limbo Records band I Bounce ai Th? Tuxedo Prmccsfi" . ' Havana mixing up house and garafle to a 9pm—3am. £6 (£3 before 10pm. £5 after C'lmcily crowa c 1110i): With “Ye” N0 curfew rCChm’ rock/indie/70s/funk/kitsch night. Started a I Reds 10.30piii—3aiii. £4 (£3 for students I Bumin’ Strathclvde University Student

at COFC- in 1988. the night now re-launches itself : before 11 30pm) ‘Chunkv funk deelit‘f l U 9 -2 " ’\ 1" ' f’ '

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In"? camouse 1({P'1‘Z3i‘zln- £150 (’3 with the original DJ every week. 5 disco and groovy garagel'. Promo beers. apparently. with “Cke‘igweli “We?”7 r0]? R bb ) , I Katch at The Catliousc. Studio 3. I Respect at Under 0‘s. 8piii—midnight. I The Cathouse 10pm—3am. £4 (£3.50/£3 onenimcd mgm m SIUdIO "i “uh .u R U . loam—3am. £3~ The Kaleh bOYS Peddling T Free. A blend 0f reggae and dUb- before 11pm). Sweaty rock-orientated 803' m St‘udio 1 a2? Kaicqhzlgsmfio ' ' ~ their blend 0f indie/“Mien[Y/geed “me I Rhapsody llpm—3am. £5 (£2). All club on two floors. Trad rock upstairs and I. eopa '3 s 10" )P’F‘j" “Ti Vibe-9 A“ drinks “~50 1 drinks £1.50. Hip hop. garage. house and contemporary rock downstairs. DISC-O. chart and mainstream in it i I Love Bug m The Cayuga funk. I Cleopana’s 1 1pm_3amh £6. Baa/I‘ctiahlrwn' } .4 G ; 10-301)”?331“. £3 (£3) COININCI‘CWI I Rubber Soul at The Cathouse. Studio 1. Mainstream commercial tunes. I u c ange llp‘f‘f'f'f" t ' dance With a Fem) edge- Entry [0 Lovebug I lOpm—3am. £3. 60s and 70s music. I Club MFI at The Arena. 11pm-3am. £6 braSh‘ "i‘Shy and fun 5” LT“? :iapp) our . also lets you investigate The Ame Where 5 I Shag at Fury Murry‘s. l 1pm—3am. £4 (£4). Kilkie plus guests everv week for a “pig—lm‘goani‘ alllclinilk; “"5 and . me original Radio City Wi” be Plying “5 (£3). Maintaining the legacy ofthe Euro garage and house night.

BEE 8 promotion ‘1, “(lg L 7 d . 1 [radc‘ . i traditional student night. a rare species I Club Xchange 11pm—3am. £5. Gay club I team 1“ Reds Bdr- )Pm‘r-am ( P0“ ' I Love and [lie 11pm—3am. £5. Mel Barr. today with upfront dance [unc‘e Happy Hour Close lam)- “- StUdems and gueSIS- ; Bobby Bluebell and guests with a wide ' 11pm_13.30am. '

Steven Watt of Mo Jazz on a commercial : mix Ofwmmercial housu funk arid mp [‘01) “P- g I Nico’s 9pm—midnight. Free. Matt and t I Delmonica s 9pm—close. Free. DJ Stella Tom with a mix of soulful house. 3 With 3 Chan dan‘ce m‘x- _ _ i I Parklite at The Arena. llpm—3am. I Fluid at R.G. s. 8pni—midnight. Free. £3.50 (£2.50). post Mod club playing the i The best in garage and house from D] best of Brit pop from the 608 onwards

Kevin. ' plus film footage on video screens. I “may 3‘ comm mub Winn—31"“- £4 Getting busy. with a hard core of loyal 1

(£2.50 with matric card). A lush mix of fans. happy sounds packing the place week 5 I Phar Out at Glasgow School of Art.

after week. 9 30pm—late £2 so Funk ' - ' i ) .. . .- . y night vibe. Watch out you don i get confused I Funky Monkey 3‘ The Veleano- sponsored by Dr lives and Stussy. and join the queue for the singles bar 1

l0-30Pm'2-30‘””“- £5 (£3)- Paeked night Resident DJ Paul Cawley is joined every I Slam at The Arches. 10.30pm—3am. £6. upstairs.

I Delmonica’s 9pm—close. Free. DJ Michael with a garage mix.

I Divine at Glasgow School of Art. 10pm—late. £2.50 (includes Knucklehead upstairs). It just keeps rolling along as ever in its funky/retro/contemptuous contemporary way.

I Dream Sequence at Rooftops (Secrets Lounge). 10.30pm—3am. £2.50. Long- established indie night with a friendly

of inainstreadeanclei. rap. funk and PCP week by Nick Peacock. Colin Gate from Underground. upfront. technologically- I Classic FM at Fury Murry‘s. a“; 3" Asian" 0”“ T-h V) Bomba or More from R.A.D. 13 lan. Phar minded dance music from Stuart and 10.30pm—3am. £5 (£4). indie-pop/indie- e or e or at o e “we. .. .- 0m presents Ashley Beedle (Jumor BOYS Orde. the biggest names this side of dance shenanigans from Jim Downie e! a! I 10'30pm-3am' £3 (£"50)' Long-sunng OW” 81391" Selenee OrehCSIra). Hadrian's Wall. Slam are now using the for all you shoegazers out there. I ,. .

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