I Adrenalin at The Tuxedo Princess. ()pm—3am. £5 before 10pm with tIyer. £(i after 10pm with llyer. £7 after 10pm no llyer. Techno and Italian piano house featuring regular live acts.
I Bar 10 ()plll—lllltllllglil. Free. Socialise to the mellow sounds of DJ Nick Peacock ('1 (If.
I Bar Belgos 9pm~midnight Free. DJ .‘vlartin (Grow Your Own) going from jazz dance to house and garage.
I Banus l0.30-~3ait). £7. George Hell with his upfront dance and regular guest [Us
I Bennet’s llpm—3am. £5. Gay. With Roddy Stewart. the busiest shopkeeper/musiciaii/I)J around.
I Brunswick Cellars Spin—midnight. Free. Toni from the Limbo Records band Havana mixing tip litttlSt‘ and garage to a capacity crowd.
I Burnin' at Strathclyde University Stulent llnion. ‘)pin~2am. ‘A disco inferno' apparently.
I The Cathouse 10pm --.‘s;im. £4 (Lisa/£3 before 1 1pm). Sweaty rock-orientated club on two floors. Trad rock upstairs and contemporary rock downstairs.
I Cleopatra’s 11pm stun. £0. Mainstream commercial tunes.
I Clockwork at The Arches. Ilpm~3am. £6. 28 Jan only. DJ Adrian with a trancey mix with guests DJ Panic. Doc Rapaniki on marimha. Alex Hazard from London and Melonhause playing live. Note that Melonhause will he on at 11.30pm sharp. I Club MFI at The Arena. llpiii—3am. £6 (£4). Kilkie plus guests every week fora liuro garage arid house night.
I Club Xchange 11pm-—3am. £5. Gay club with upfront dance t'ines. Happy Hour 11pm - 12.30am.
I Delmonicas ()pnrclose. Free. DJ Michael with a garage mix.
I Divine at Glasgow School of Art. l0pm—late. £2.50 (includes Knucklehead upstairs). It just keeps rolling along as ever it) its fiitikj.'/i'etro/contempttious contemporary way.
I Dream Sequence at Rooftops (Secrets lounge). 10.30pm 3am. £2.50. long- established indie night with a friendly vibe. Watch otit you don't get confused atid join the queue for the singles bar upstairs.
I Classic FM at Fury Miii'ry's.
10.30pm -3ain. £5 (£4). liidie-pop/indie- dance shenanigans from Jim Dow me t'! al for all you shoe gazers out there.
I Fresh Cream at The volcano.
10.30pm -3am. £0 (£4 with matric card). Mellow house. garage grooves and street soul with Graham Wilson atid Scott .\lc('ay.
I The Garage it)..‘.()pin— 3am. £3 (£2) l0pm- 11pm. £4 (£3) llpm-midiiight. Dave Ross getting a wee bit more dancey than usual. Retro/indie iii The Attic. upstairs. Insanely busy with queues half way down Sauchiehall Street. tip Rose Street. and along the MS as far as Airdrie. honest.
I Knucklehead at Glasgow School of Art. 10pm—late. £2.50 (includes Divine downstairs). J'ilks and Ha’t'ch filling the barn upstairs every week with their uncompromising mix of new house and deep techno plus classic arid contemporary Detroit tracks.
I Love Boutique at The Arches. llpm—3am. £3. 2 Feb only. The winner of our Cltib of 1994 is keeping a hit quiet about what's in store for tis this night. Start breaking in that leather gear and begin sewing on those sequins now.
I Mo’ Jazz With Attitude at The 13th Note. Spin—midnight. ‘Dropping science like never before. the eclectic Watt brothers mix wicked jazz and funky soul in an atmosphere not unlike (i()s Soho.‘ I Nico’s 9piii—iiiidnight. Free. DJ Paul with hip hop. funk and rare groove.
I Reds 10.30pm—3am. £5 (£4). A packed night specialising in mainstream dance. funk. rap aitd house with DJ Kev. Stella Dry on promo.
I Rhapsody llpm—3am. £7 (£5). Robin Burrows with an eclectic clubby mix. Live acts through the back.
I Shoosh! at R.G.‘s. Spin—midnight. Free. DJ Cristian with a house/garage pre-club
I Sub Club 10.30pm—3am. £8. Saturday at the Sub has once more become an institution thanks to the meatiest mix of hard house and deep garage from DJs Harri. ()scar and Dominic. 4 Feb. Stacey Pullen (Detroit) guest DJ.
I Triumph at The Tunnel. 10.30pm—3am. £7 (£4). Upfront house and garage with
Colin Tevendale and Stephen McCreery in 1
Roont l. and DJ liddie with a more laid- hack funky set in Room 2. The Saturday night recreates itself. with Triumph dancers in the main room. special Saturday night decor. a hostess service in Rooms 2 and 3 and a dressed-up door policy.
I Wild at Cotton Cltib. 10.30pm—3am. £5
(£3 students). Commercial dance and pop. j
I Wired at Glasgow Caledonian University Student Union. IOpm—late. £3 (£2). DJ John Aldis with indie/mainsteam
I Banus 10.30pm—3am. £3 entry with leaflet. House and garage for the smartly dressed.
I Bar 10 ()pin—late. Free. DJs Matt and
I Ital Reggae Club at The Venue. 10.30pm—late. £2.
I lush at The Voodoo Room.
llpm-3. 15am. £5. Rising mega stars Harri and ()scar with their underground house and garage. A very fine night for full weekend party people. All drinks £1. 5 Feb. Yogi Haughton guesting.
I Nicos 9pm—midnight. Free. DJ Graeme with a 70s disco cheesefest.
I Rock City at The Cathouse. 10.30pm—3am. £2 (£1.50). Rock from the 70s to the present.
I Sonora at The 13th Note. 8piii*midnight. Donations (£1) on the door. cushions on the floor. Excursions into ambience and the occasional glance at other related activities. Look out for the cream of avant garde bands live.
I Stella LeVell 99p Special at Club Xchange. llpni—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 of classic dance and indie tracks.‘ I Ceroc at The Venue. 7.30—10.30pm. Modern jive from France. Includes 45- minutc beginners' class at 7.30pm followed by dance sounds from the 40s to the 90s.
I Cleopatra's 10.30pm—3am. £2 (£1 with ticket). Gary Unett and a mix of mainstream pop and dance.
I Club X at Club Xchange.
10.30pm-3am. £1.25. Gay. Michael with a dance-orientated night. £1.25 all drinks.
I The Horn at The 13th Note (ground
Tom with a worldwide vibe of funky stuff. ,
I Bennet’s 11pm-3am. £1. Gay. All beers i ‘ ; Saturday afternoon.’ Mr Scott Horn
and spirits £l. DJ John Frazer with commercial dance and pop.
I Bob’s Full House at The Volcano. l().30pm—2.30am. £4 (£3). It's Sunday night. It‘s Partick town. It's the only place to be hot and sweaty. Damn fine mix warming tip with cliarty acid jazz.
1 jumping tip to house and screaming on to ; da divas. All drinks £l. - I Boogiemania at The Attic.
10.30pm—3am. £2. DJ Graeme with a varied mix ofclub classics. All drinks £1.25.
I Bubblelicious at Reds. Ilptn—3am. £5
(£3). ‘Bombastic boogie. bubble grooves' ‘ and all drinks £1 all night. Good music and cheap drink. isn't that too much like
giving the punters what they want? Amiable smart crowd not ptittitig too much emphasis on hitting the floor.
I Club Havana at Cotton Club. 10pm—3am. £5 (£3 with ticket: available froin Maxaluna arid Nico‘s). Jan 29 only. DJ Jazz warming tip the cold Scottish winter night with his unmistakable blend of salsa. merengue. ﬂamenco. lambada and rumba.
I Club Mouth at The 13th Note (ground 3 ﬂoor). 8pm—midnight. Free. Indie and
; alternative 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 Decadance at Cotton Club.
10.30piit—3am. £3 (£2). Raymond Davren playing a light selection of groovy garage and happy house.
I Fuddrukkers at Cleopatra's.
l().30pm—2.30am. £3 (£2 with ticket). Disco. pop and 60s party vibes from DJ Craig Davis.
I Hard Times at The Tunnel.
9.30pm—2am. £12. 5 Feb only. Miles Holloway and Elliot Eastwick. resident
DJs from the magnificent Hard Times 1 club in Huddersfield join up with Gareth
Somerville and David Brown from Yip
; Yap iii Edinburgh fora housetastic joint
outing. Positiva/Strictly Rhythm star Barbara Tucker appearing live. See Club Preview.
ﬂoor). Spin—midnight. Free. ‘Unnerving dreams of the old Woolworth pick ‘n‘ mix turned voodoo on a suddenly darkened
praying that Captain Beeﬂieart. Beat Happening. Ivor Cutler and The Pastels weigh in at under the quarter pound.
I Lingo at The 13th Note. Spin—midnight. £1 (free before 9pm). From 6 Feb. The organisers say they are fed tip with the musical tunnel vision that permeates the club scene today. Their musical offering will thus combine the best of funk. soul. Latin. jazz. Brazilian. hip hop. reggae. breakbeat and electro as well as other entertainments of a similarly diverse nature.
I Slide at The Tuxedo Princess. 9pm—3am. £2 (£1 with student card — free before llptii with ﬂyer). Even with a new
; name this will still be known as the ‘bow- . att'. Student night of mainstream indie. : dance and pop ofquite indescribable
mediocrity. It is. however. monstrously
; busy and kinda good in a really bad sort
I Speedracer at The Attic (formerly the Cameo Suite). 10.30—3am. £ 1. Steven Moody pursues his ‘NMIi-orientated music' as well as a few indie-dance classics. with a heavy slab of hip hop.
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.
I Boudoir at The 13th Note (downstairs). The Boudoir boys bring along their fave board games and let everyone have a shot on the Atari (Galaxion of course). The music sounds as if they’ve raided every charity shop and rummaged about in the depths of their parents’ record collections. I'm sure if you could mix eight-track then they would be there doing it.
I JoJos at Cltib Xchange 11pm—3am. £2.50. Gay. DJ Stella with choice dance and chart sounds. £1 lager. 50p vodka. Pitched as the only gay night in town tonight.
Bethan Cole answers those crucial queries
Who are they?
Paul Mintsoulis and Greg Zwarich. What do they do?
DJ. produce records. run the Stickmen label.
Where are they from?
Where are they at?
Paul and Greg make abstract and vocal house with a hard, percussive edge popular on both house and techno danceﬂoors.
DJ-ing History? The duo started DJ-ing six years ago and have played everywhere from The Shelter in Detroit to The Ministry of Sound and House Fest in Germany.
And Stickmen Records? Set up at the beginning of 1992. has since featured releases by artists like Josh Wink. Richie Hawtin and Derrick Carter. Extra-curricular pursuits? Recording tracks for Stn’ctly Rhythm, Nervous and FFRR. Remixing for Chris Simmons and Vapourspace.
Why are they so hot right now As if you hadn’t noticed. house — in every form: tribal. hard. Chicago. New York — is back in a big way and Greg and Paul have a progressive. individual take on the genre. The Richie Hawtin/John Aquaviva connection hasn’t hurt them either.
Stickmen Tracks to seek out? The Stickmen: Summer ()j'h’? (Stickmen). The People Movers: Booger/()0 (Stickmen). Cappio Bros: Caffeine 4 Days (Stickmen). Robostickmen: Feel Free (Stickmen). Peelo: Reach Out (Stickmen). The Stickmen: 1.0.?! Jungle (Strictly Rhythm Deep and Slow Collection).
Watch out for forthcoming EPs on Nervous, Strictly Rhythm. Work and Huddersfield label Phat As Phuck. Tribal Funktlon on the Stickmen ‘What makes them so good is the way they don‘t stick (ahem) themselves to one particular style. They love hard techno and they love garage and they love everything in between.‘
The Stick/hen DJ at Tribal Fan/(amt. The Venue. Edinburgh (in Sat 4 Feb.
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