LISTINGS CLUBS sounds; tnore speciﬁcally indie. 60s. new
wave and soul. _ l I Eternal at Chambers Street House j ' ' ' Student Union. 8pm—3am (Doors close " 2.30am). Students free. guests £l. Chart sounds from the 60s to present day.
I FBI at Moray House. 1 lpm—3am. £3. 28 Jan. Fortnightly with Shaft. Eternally popular. young-at-heart club playing a
plethora of styles falling into the indie bracket. Scuff those DMs one more time to Pavement. Senser and Oasis.
I Joy at The Calton. lOpm—3am. £5 (£3
.f before midnight). Uplifting. packed-out gay night with a far healthier female tumout than many. Maggie and Alan putting some serious finesse into the mix with an inspired selection of bumping
; house and garage. Scotland's answer to Heaven (in both respects).
Edinburgh College of Art. Moray House and Galashiels students; free entry for all until 10pm). 27 Jan. Fortnightly. All drinks £1.40. Three hours of ceilidh. including live sounds from Bon Accord and three hours ofclassic disco.
I Pure at The Venue. 10.30pm—3am. £5 (£3 members). Guest nights £7 (£5). Twitch and Brainstorm orchestrate a gorgeous sweep through Detroit and Chicago at. one of Scotland‘s top techno institutions. Still one of the most sweaty and devoted crowds in Edinburgh.
I uuest at MS. l().30pm—4am. £5. Top- notch banging hardcore from DJ Waxman and guests.
I Reach For The Stars at The Vaults. 10.30pm—3.30am. £4.50. 27 Jan only. The Accapella posse return for another popular one-off. This time you get Doctor I ' _ Sparke supplying uplifting trance and I Kate" 1“ rhc liOCkmg H0“?- Connecting Roots dropping the spiritual . l().30Plll—3am- *3 (£3-)- A Vt‘mablc
dubs. ‘ cornucopia of indie music from the 80s
I Beaction at The Subway. l lpm—3am. . and 90S in [his b'l‘)’ Weekly ClUb-
£2. Busy club playing chart and dance ? I Kmky 1" The CWUS- l lPlum/13m;£3; with a classic disco spot thrown in at 311"} CEMCW- Happy Hour llpm‘mldnlgm some point during the evening Indie faves brought to you by the Teasage I 33;] Hot pepper c|ub 10pm_3mu £4 posse: Blur. Oasis. Gene. The Stone
(£3) Students free with matric card. R0565. SUL‘dC- ElaSllCil-
fﬂainsu'can] and Chart sounds. I Mambo Ill CilVClldlSll. l()pm-4am. I Roadrunner at Potterow Student Union. £4 (Bl TWO “OUTS Willi African» Latin. 9pm—2am. Students with matric card £l. Sillsai reggae. ZOUki 50C“ and calypso guests £2, weekly traditional student downstairs. and dub. lovers and dancehall bash. Music policy is 605. 70s. 80s. 90s upstairs. Sir 088w dishing up the global and independent. to narrow things down a SW‘WCS tor the “0‘ "1‘ sweaty asscmblt—‘d “me. pleasure-seekers.
I Sativa at The Vaults. l()pm—3am. £6 I M'm’s one at The calm)” Highland
(£5 students/UB40). £4 (members). 3 Feb. H‘WI- 10P'11‘3illll- 53-50 (“00 for Fortnightly. Bonkers soundclash of "‘C‘l‘bcr-‘il- SW Fndays-
hardcore techno. underground electronics I the 99 Club at The MUSJC Box.
from Massive Bcrcuvmncm‘ dub and l().30pm—3am. £4 (£3). Hedonistic fusion
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Three little words which have a tendency to cause breathlessness, make cheeks blush and hearts flutter. Bit of a tricky one to actually say though. The words get stuck in your throat and if they make it past your tonsils they somehow tie up your tongue and induce a stammering fit.
All of which is rather troublesome given that Valentine's Day is looming on the horizon. The best course of action is to put pen to paper and publicly announce your desires in our St Valentine's Special Classified Section.
Send us £5 and we will send your beloved a sophisticated card informing them of your undying devotion anti telling them that your romantic whispers are printed in The List. Brevity being the soul of
ambient from The Process. Featuring four ‘ Ol‘lljunk-q-gOJUL 7%“ land Elli";- S‘rlcéfdoor Wit and 9,000 chat-up lines, keep your billets (lOUX [0 under 30 WOI‘dS sound systems. some wonderful art PO JCY ~ 3”. 0 01” )’ ‘ mlmo PromQ , . r . ' t i i ' installations‘ 1m MCS and percussion ; I Red Hot peppe, Club 10pm_3mu £4 and before you know whats happening you ll be marching down the
(£3). See Fridays. I Rock Orgasm at The Rocking Horse.
I Unplugged at Chambers Street House aisle or at least holding hands in the backseat of the cinema.
Student Union. 8pm—3am (Doors close _ . ‘ 2.30am). Stttdents free. QUCSIS £l. . 10~30Pm“3a”l £3- Cl'muwc “18m 0f Primarily concerned with showcasing live i “011"! gum" 50Wqu-
bands. but noteworthy for the eclectic I Bude‘ill Tllc AJUC- “Pm’4am- ’3 (£2)- Club sounds in between. 4 Feb. Fortnightly. Deep dubs. stepping I women only Disco at The Wee Red ska and a well-friendly attitude. Worth Bar. llpm—3am. £3 (£2). 27 Jan only. i ChCCkm‘é-
fyjonthly gay nighp procccds go [0 i I (ll l‘olOFZl)’ HOUSC. “Till—31"": women's events. 5 4 Feb. Fortnightly. Sparkling. poptastlc
i night of retro showcasing disco stunners Saturdays
i from the 70s. 80s and 90s. Still packs out " h wild and shameless disco lovers. I Buster Browns l().30pm—4am. 2am “ u . , curfew. £4 (£2.50 before 1 1.30pm). Dance I Tax' “I The Sllbway‘ “pm—3‘1"" £1 and upfront chart sounds.
. Dave Stewart DJs with a mix ofclassic I Century 2000 10.30pm—3am. £5. See 5 (“SCO' Chan and dancc' Fridays.
So slip that soil, romantic disc onto the turntable, pick up a fountain pen and by the light of a flickering candle spill the contents of your heart onto some love paper.
1' THE UST VALENTINE MESSAGES will be published in the next
issue which will groove its way onto the newsagents' shelves on Thursday 9 February.
0' The deadline for getting your tender scribblings to us is Friday 3 February.
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I Cheek to Cheek ' 1 M8. 10 —l. l x. £5. 11P'7“3“”‘-.£5- 4 Feb- l‘ior‘mghlll“ ssa Kitsch house garage and 7()spdli]sco1 \Lvith Mlmmul Chlchgo and "‘ba'Ncw York I enc'ose my me 98 on a separate Sheet U DJs A.J.. Martin Malone and Stuart J. in "hy"““s.”P-‘“""" 31"“‘C‘W‘Pl‘op I enclose caSh/Cheque/ for C] the Chill out downstairs. 4 Feb. Canadian house—heads _ _ ‘ The Stickmen la I live. Please deIt In Cladlt card “UMBBT C] P J
I Club Free at Negociants. 7pm—2am. Free. Pre-club club with DJ ‘JP‘.
I Desire at The Wide Awake Club. llpm—3am. £4 (£3). Chart music in the renamed Wilkie House.
I Vegas at The Vaults. llpm—3am. £5. 4 Feb. Fortnightly. Burger Queen's bastard . offspring offering a glammy continuation of the hedonistic house ethic of its parent. I Yip Yap at La Belle Angele. llpm—3am. £5. 28 Jan. Fortnightly. Delicious. tuneful highs and superlative mixing from Gareth and David. Bitchin' garage. raw-edged house and a dressed- up. down-with-it crowd. The spirit of 1986 house incarnate. Jack your body.
I The Blue Room at The Cooler. lOpin—4am. £2. Deep and lovely ambience to embalm. soothe and stimulate. Lie back and soak up the decelerated drift. Fluffytastic! 29 Jan. Andy Weatherall plays a chill out set.
I Bump ’n’ Grind at M8. 10.30pm—3am. £3 (free before midnight). Harvey. Jamie u Mcleod and Forth FM‘s Kevin Jones play = the uplifting selection of house and
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I Dogtastic at La Belle Angele. llpm-3am. £5. 4 Feb. Fortnightly. Canine and canin‘ style night from Andy Williams and Scott Ferguson. Joyfully irreverent music policy mashing up tranced-out electronica with 80s pop flotsam. Watch out for visits from The Dust Brothers and Sabres Of Paradise in up and coming months.
I Disco Inferno at The Venue. ll.30pm—3am. 28 Jan. Fortnightly. Polished exponent of 70s revivalism. Two floors of bump ‘n‘ hustle disco gloss.
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l Extﬁregihelly'busy. I Buster Browns 10.30pm—3am. £2 The "St a n erno at The Rocking Horse. before ll.30pm (£3 after). Buster's v - 10.30pm-3am. £3. Happy Hour until i Sunday soul night. 1 79 BuChanan Street . . ./ 12.30am. No rave.just out of the grave i I Jazz A La Carte at Negociants. Glasgow G1 2J2 ' * 3‘ - 1 . gothlc and industrial sounds. l()pm—3am. The Funky Mutha team. Dr " ' i ..
I The £99 at The Wee Red Bar. llpm-4am. £3. Solid gold easy-action
K001 and Finbar drop those jazz. funk and soul fusions.
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