Keegan. Discerning. stylish crowd and occasional guest jocks selling out every fortnight. Fierce.

I Teasage at The Citrus. 1 1pm—4am. £3. 2am curfew. Happy Hour: all drinks £1. Popular indie dance night. DJs Sarah and Niall jam a superb selection of punk.

disco. 80s and funk for a friendly. student—

dominated crowd. I Tribal Funktion at The Venue. Ilpm—3am. £5. 22 Jul. Fortnightly. Minimal Chicago and tribal New York rhythms upstairs. Blunted trip hop downstairs and light. imaginative decor. Excellent guests. usually of a house/hard house persuasion. 22 Jul. US house supremo (and 100 per cent male babe) George Morel returns. fresh from the success of his Morel Inc debut album ‘NYC Jam Session‘. Expect a night to remember. I Yip Yap at La Belle Angele. llpm—3am. £5. 15 Jul. Fortnightly. Spiritually uplifting house. depth- plumbing garage: you really have to visit this club to realise why it's still one of the 'best nights in the whole of Scotland. Divas. pianos. delicious. tuneful highs. superlative mixing from Gareth and David and a crowd who know how to rock it! What more could you ask for? Watch out for Roc 'n' Cato. rising stars of US garage on 29 Jul.


I Beat The Clock at The Citrus. 10pm—3am. £3 (£2 before midnight. free before 1 1pm.). Enticing drinks promos. many drinks £1.50 before 1.30pm and £1 before 11pm. Music policy is broad to say the least: Marilyn Monroe. Oasis. Presley and The Bee Gees according to the promoters.

I The Blue Room at The Cooler. 10pm—4am. £2. 16 Jul. Fortnightly. Deep and lovely ambience to embalm. soothe and stimulate. Andy Weatherall is lined up to visit in August.

I Down At The Lane at The Lane. 11pm—3am. Free. Weekly. House and garage.

I Heart at The Subway. 10pm—3am. £1 (free for students with matric card). Indie and dance.

I Huggy at The Attic. lOpm—3am. £4 (£3 with flyer). 16 Jul. Fortnightly. Dig those animal print flyers! 'Dress up and get down to a blend of rare groove. soul and kitsch from Rennie. guest DJs and local funk bands.‘ they say.

I Silk at M8. 10.30pm—3.30am. £5 (£4 before midnight). Glamorous and sexually ambiguous house and garage club. Resident DJs are Johnny Nisbet. Mungo. Jon Mancini (Streetrave) and Roy (Vague). Another candidate for handbag swinging of a Sunday night.

I Stick It at Negotiants. 10pm~3am. Free. 23 Jul. Fortnightly. Rebecca Kenton mixing up those sounds from the past. from Janis Joplin to the 852s.

Jim would only tell us that he’s a student from Glasgow and his choice club is (or course) the Subby


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Stress Records is the place where Phactfile featured artists Chris and James work. They are longing for you to play their music very loudly and to walk about showing off their lovely logo. so they’re

going to give you the means to do it. The brand new Chris and

James release plus Stress merchandising goodies to the first four

readers who tell us this:

In which green-lingered London venue was Club For Life held?

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10pm-—3am. Free. 16 Jul. Fortnightly. ‘Mixes for all and surprises for some.‘

I Sunday Night Fever at Century 2000. llpm—3am. £3. Drinks at 70p. 80p and 90p appropriately accompanied by music from the 70s. 80s and 90s.

I Taste at The Vaults. 10pm—3am. £5. liedonistic night of 90s high energy. garage and trance from DJs Fisher and Price. Barking. mixed. up-for-it crowd

i I Straight From The Pot at Negotiants.

3 Joy for Edinburgh's most hardcore

i clubbers.

I Thelonious at Carwash. ()pm—lam.

'. Free. Weekly. Eclectic. choicejazz cuts

from the Thelonious team.

3 I Timewarp at The Rocking Horse.

1 llpm—3am. £2 (free before 12.30am). A

very w-i-d-e playlist indeed: 60s. 70s. 80s. 90s and onwards.


I Airport at St James Oyster Bar. Spin—1am. Free. Underground house segued by residents Cocomix and Eelight with occasional guests like Donny Allan and Scott Ferguson.

I Ebola at Negotiants. 10pm—3am. Free. 24 Jul. Fortnightly. Chilled sounds. trance and techno from DJ Paul.

I Planet Alice at The Music Box. lOpm-late. £2.50. 17 Jul. Fortnightly. Drinks promos. Sophisticated mix of indie. dance. alternative. techno and funky hip hop.

I Pooh! at The Music Box. 11pm—3am. £2.50. 17 July. Fortnightly. Gold Bier £1.10 all night. Indie. funky. hippy and groovy according to the organisers.

I Soul Underground at Negotiants. lOpm—3am. Free. 17 Jul. Fortnightly. Soul. swingbeat.jazz and funk.

I Trainspotter at The Subway. 10pm-3am. £1 (free for students with matric card). 70s. 80s and 90s dance plus indie faves.

almost like a Sunday night continuation of


I Bootzilla at The Attic. 10pm—3am. £3 (£2 with flyer). 25 Jul. Fortnightly. Resident DJs General G and Chidi ‘forging fuct funk sounds'. Occasional live sets from local hip hop and funk bands too.

I May Algun Problema? at Negotiants. 9pm—3am. Free. 18 Jul. Fortnightly. Finbar and Marco (Gran Via) bring you a Latin selection.

I Insanity at The Subway. lOpm—3am. £1 (free for students with matric card). Pop. chart and indie sounds.

I Jazz A la Carte at Negotiants. 10pm—3am. Free. 25 Jul. Fortnightly. Jazz. soul and funk spun by Funky Mutha's Finbar. Marco (Gran Via) and guests provide a livejazz jam.

I Nice at The Citrus. 1 1pm—3am. £2. Drinks promos. Indie and 60s.

I 708/808 Club at The Rocking Horse. 10.30pm—3am. £2 (free before 12.30am). New club devoted to 70s and 80s chart hits as the name suggests.


I Devolution blows Bubblegum at The Music Box. 10.30pm—3am. £2.50. Drinks promos. In the 80s it would have been called alternative. now, well it’sjust good old fashioned retro. Shuffle your winkle pickers/docs/cowboy boots to Pete Shelley. Siouxsie and The Banshees. The Clash and The Cult at this new weekly club.

I Dolphin at The Subway. 9pm—3am. Free. Student night with loadsa drinks promos.

I Dub Department at Negotiants. lOpm—3am. Free. Spiritually uplifting reverbs and depth-plumbing dubs courtesy of the rather wonderful Rude boys. Check it out.


for the nextfive months from 22 July.

Rory Weller answers those crucial queues

I Name? Chris and James.

I Occupation? DJ 5. producers and remixers.

I Age? 25 and 23 respectively. I A DJ duo, we haven’t had one or those yet. How did that come about7Chris started talking to James in the toilets of the Gardening Club thinking he was J ames’s twin brother who he knew vaguely.

I Hey, comedy situation Once the tears of embarrassed laughter were wiped away. they discovered they were both “sad record trainspotters’ with a burning desire to make it as DJs. I So bright lights and fame? Not exactly. Chris (a student at the time) and James (a printer) secured a slot at James’s local pub in Romford. No pay. no free drinks and no nuts, but they got the practice they needed. Spotted by Gardening Club promoter Shelly Boswell they worked their way through the nights of the week, ending up residents at the Saturday night Club For Life.

I Always the two of them together? Pretty much. They‘re a DJing duo who make the set flow by playing two records each.

I And In the studio too? They always work as a team. Chris claims that the C&J soundjust doesn’t happen unless they’re both there. As well as having some pretty huge club choons of their own they‘ve added their vibe to remixes of such major names asJNXS. Chris Rea. EMF. Salt “n’ Pepa and DzReam. So the formula does seem to work.

I They haven’t got a helluva high profile though Not really. They think that the thirty- something DJ/producers; Weatherall, Healy, Oakenfold are getting all the publicity. People have been calling them the young whippersnappers, possibly a bit ofjealousy creeping in there from the wrinklies on the club circuit. Chris and James play the Tunnel 0n the last Saturday of the month,


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