I Donkey at The Cathouse. l0.30pm-3am. £2 (£l). Studenty mix of grunge rock. indie dance and pop.

I Funky Monkey at The Volcano. l0.30pm—2.30am. £3 (£2). Night of mainstream dance. rap. funk and pop with DJ Alan Ronald. Popular with the clientele ofthe trendier West end pubs. I Horizontal at The Voodoo Room. llpm-3am. £3 (£2.50). A new home for Horizontal and Nick Peacock but little change to the excellent music and

atmosphere. Jazz and rare groove plus live


I loveshack at Fury Murry's. llpm—3am. £2. ‘Sevenlies disco-dance. indie. 60s and student classics. Lager or vodka mix an unbelievable 50p.'

I Max and Jill’s Corduroy Hostess at Blackfriars Underground. 8.30pm—midnight. £2.50 (£2). The sartorially challenged duo continue with their mini series of rampant japery and Aled Jones references. March lo. darts special. Jim Bowen look-a-hkes get iii free. March 23. country music extravaganza. Bizarre.

I October Cate 7pm—midnight. Free. A smart crowd of pre-Tunnellers tnake themselves heard over the fine house and garage masterly put together by Steve. DJ and writer.

I Rage at Strathclyde University Student

Union. 9pm-2am. Free. The Level 8 barn once more fills up with the bright young things letting their cardigans slip off their shoulders as they gaze at the floor.

I Bise at The Arena. ll.30pm—3am. £3. American house and garage from Dribbler. Pat and Mr Bill. All drinks £1.50.

I Humble at The Garage. 10.30pm—3am. £3 (£2). How can they call it Rumble if they don't have the lasers? It should be called ‘Rumble II‘ or ‘Rumble. but not at Joe Paps‘. Cardow and Ross with charty dance faves. cheap drinks and drunk students.

I Shaft at The Cathouse. 10pm—2am. £2. A shameless 70s disco funfest. with the added attraction of regular drinks promos. I Spangles at Strathclyde University Student Union. 9pm—2am. Free. Gordon Tennant of Helter Skelter with soul. dance and pOp.

I Soundclash Republic at Glasgow School of Art. 9pm—late. Free.


I The Tunnel lOpm—-3am. £4 (£2 with matric card). If you‘ve ever been to this student night in the last five years. then it‘s still exactly the same as you remember it. Cheesy music. mobbed dancefloor and regrets in the morning.

I UK Gold at Sub Club. llpm—3am. £3 (£2). Mark and Martin taking the vibe from garage to house for a busy. sussed up crowd.


I Beat Bop at Negociants. llpm—3am. Free. The dopest mash of hip-hop. funk. jazz. old-school and dancehall courtesy of premier Technics b-boy A-One and Frosty J.

I Beathox at Teviot Row Union. 9pm—2am. Students free. guests £l.

Happy Hour 9—l0pm and midnight—1pm. selected shorts 69p. Mainstream chart disco and drinks promos with Juice downstairs offering a funked-up jam of ragga. hip hop.soul and Motown. Guaranteed busy student night out.

I Beta at Moray House. l0pm—4am. £3 (£l for Moray House students and staff. free before llpm). 17 Mar. Fortnightly. ()ne hour ofdisco. one hour of live music. then four hours of disco.

I Buster Browns l0.30pm—3.30am. 2am curfew. £3 (girls free before midnight. £2 after; guys £2 before midnight). Mainstream. chart and oldies. Available Mon—Thurs for private parties.

1 I Cathouse at The Rocking Horse.

llpm—3am. £3 (£2.50 with llyer). Price

includes entry to Katch and Nitrozone. Crowded night running the gamut of rock. '

from heavy metal throuin grunge to


I Century 2000 llpm-~3am. £5.

Commercial dance music under the most expensive lights in Scotland. No ripped jeans or steel toe-caps.

I Coup at The Vaults. l0pm—3aln. £7 (£5). 10 Mar. Monthly. Revolutionary (excuse the ptiti) new night from the Dogtastlc/Finitribe camp. Resident DJs are Davy (Finitribe). Wilbur ( Rub A Duh) and Scott Ferguson (l)ogtastic) playing the very best iii underground techno. hard house and trance. lmpeccable selection of guests lined tip for future dates including A Guy Called Gerald. lige Bani Yasi. Justin Robertson and David Holmes among others. 10 Mar. Dean Thatcher and ()rde Meikle kick things off iii fine style. I Club Latino at La Belle Angele. 10.30pm-3am. £4. l7 Mar. Monthly. Fresh from the success of their impressive Latin Carnival the South American ujit'imlut/ns gear up for another night of hip-grinding salsa and rhumba.

I Evol at The Music Box. l0.30pm-3am. £3. Happy hour from l0.30pm. All new visuals and shiny happy indie sounds with a bit of a raw grungey edge. Resident DJ Kieren jamming together those livol favourites old and new. Note that Evol has returned to its original venue.

I Extraordinary Sensations at The New Calton. 9pm—3am. £3. l7 Mar. Fortnightly. Mod sounds from Booker T to Blur to Tamla Motown. Get those lishtail parkas on now!

I Fever at The Wide Awake Club. llpm-3am. £4 (£3 with matric card. £2 before midnight). Happy hour

I lpm—midnight. Hedonistic disco. soul. funk and Motown.

I Junction 69 at Riccarton Student Union. l()pm-3am. £ l. Students and guests only. l0 Mar. Fortnightly. Drinks promos. All vodka ()9p. Classic disco tunes from the 70s and 80s plus current chart storniers.

I Katch at The Rocking Horse. llpm—3am. £3 (£2.50 with llyer). Price includes entry to Cathouse and Nitrozone. Lively club with a playlist consisting mainly of 80s and 90s indie dance.

I Kinky at The Citrus. llpm—Jam. £3. 2am curfew. Happy hour llpm—midnight. lndie faves brought to you by the Teasage posse: Blur. Oasis. Gene. The Stone Roses. Suede. Elastica.

I Marley’s Reggae Klub at The Cavendish. l0pm—4am. £3. The city's longest-running reggae night. with a playlist ranging through roots. ragga. lovers. heavyweight dub and dancehall.

I Minus One at The Carlton Highland Hotel. 10pm—3am. £2.50 (free for members). A relaxed. very plush venue for the more mature seekers of night life. I Move at Heriot Watt Student Union. lOpm—3am. £l. Students and guests. Music with a theme. Back in February.

I Nitrozone at The Rocking Horse.

1 lpm—3am. £3 (£2). Grunge. hardcore. industrial and indie: think Therapy. Nine lnch Nails. Skunk Anansie and Leftfield. Price includes entry to The Cathouse and Katch.

I Partyceilidhdisco at Moray House. l0pm-3am. £2 (£l for Heriot Watt. Art College. Moray House and Galashiels students: free entry for all until 10pm). [0 Mar. Fortnightly. All drinks £1.40. Three hours ofceilidh. including live sounds from Bon Accord and three hours of

classic disco.

I Pure at The Venue. l0.30pm—3am. £5 (£3 members). Guest nights £7 (£5). Twitch and B rainstorms orchestrate a gorgeous sweep through Detroit and Chicago at this. one of Scotland's top techno institutions. Still one of the most sweaty and devoted crowds iii Edinburgh. 10 Mar. Claude Young (aka Project 625). second generation rising star of Detroit guests.

I Quest at MS. l0.30pm-4am. £5. Top- notch banging hardcore from DJ Waxman and guests.

I Reaction at The Subway. l lpm—3am. £2. Busy club playing chart and dance with a classic disco spot thrown at some point during the evening.

I Red Hot Pepper Club lOpm—3am. £4 (£3). lvlainstream and chart sounds. Students free with matric card.

I Roadrunner at Potterow. 9pm—2am. Students with matric card £ 1. guests £2. Weekly traditional student bash. Music policy is ()0s. 70s. 80s. 90s and independent. to narrow things down a little.

I Sativa at The New Calton. lOpm—3am. £6 (£5 students/U840) £4 (members). 24 Mar. Fortnightly. Bonkers soundclash of hardcore techno. underground electronics from Massive Bereavement. dub and ambient from The Process. Featuring four sound systems. some wonderful art installations. live MCs and percussion. 24 Mar. Walker (Air Liquide. Walker and Jammin Unit) is the guest DJ direct from Cologne.

I Unplugged at Chambers Street House llnion. 8pm—3am (Doors close 2.30am).

. Students free. guests £l. Primarily

concerned with showcasing live bands. but noteworthy for the eclectic club sounds in between.


I Boogie Wonderland at The Citrus. llpm—«lam. £4 (£3). 2am curfew. Frothin'. funkin‘ jam of disco. Motown and soul.

I Buster Browns 10.30pm-4am. 2am curfew. £4 (£2.50 before 11.30pm). Dance and upfront chart sounds. .

I Century 2000 l0.30pm—3am. £5. See Fridays.

I Cheek to Cheek at M8. lOpm—late. £5. Kitsch house. garage and 70s disco with DJs A.J.. Martin Malone and Stuart J. in the chill-out.

I Club Free at Negociants. 7pm—2am. Free. Pre-club club with DJ 'JP'.

I Colours at The Vaults. lOpm—Bam. Tickets £12 from Xile and The City Cafe. Membership available on the night. Streetrave‘s weekly extravaganza featuring the top names in garage and house. 11 Mar. Mike Pickering and Shovel. 18 Mar. Fire Island live Pete Heller and Ashley Beedle.

I Desire at The Wide Awake Club. llpm—3am. £4 (£3). Chart music in the renamed Wilkie House.

nory Weller answers those crucial queries

I Name? Cream. I Occupation? Fantastically good club based at Nation

party-lovers every Saturday and also at its all-nightch once a month.

I What makes it so popular?

directors Darren Hughes and James Barton. The resident DJs

-— Paul Bleesdale and Andy


- cream

(Liverpool), attracting 2500

‘The ultimate music, marketing and design,’ according to the

are among the best in the country

Carroll plus regular slots by top club-circuit DJs like Oakenfold, Sanchez and Rampling. Kylie says that her performance at Cream was top of her ‘best of 94’ list. I Where’s it going? ‘Into realms that no nightclub has ever dared to enter.’ I And that would be where, precisely? A restaurant, a DJ agency, a live album, the ubiquitous fashion and merchandise range and a world tour including Glasgow. I Cream in Glasgow, well I never Yep, when the ‘Sold Out’ tour reaches Glasgow it’ll feature Paul Bleasdale and Nick Warren plus ‘stunning visual projections’. I Essential tracks on the Bleasdalo turntable? Sonar's ‘Mellow Monday’, B.T.’s ‘Embracing the Sunshine’ and Misjah Roon’s ‘Turn Me On’ to name but three.

Cream’s ‘Sold Out’ tour arrives in Glasgow at The Tbnnel on 18 March.


Does someone have their eye on you?

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