Rory Weller answers those crucial queues.

I Name? Tall Paul Newman. I Occupation? DJ. Producer and remixer.

I Age? 24.

I And just how tall is Tall Paul Newman? He’s quite tall. 6ft ()in to be exact

I My that is tall, does he look like Paul Newman too? No. only a namesake.

I Shame, what’s his story then? Well. you could say it all started when he became involved in London pirate radio stations Touchdown atid CLR. broadcasting from tower blocks and hiding from the police.

I Dr? On the other hand. you could say it all really happened when his dad bought Turnmills. the venue of one of the countries top gay all nighters. Trade.

I Hey, lucky guy. I bet daddykins pulled all the strings to get young Newman on the decks Apparently not. Newman first got his taste of deckdom helping his mates run a mobile disco. Later on he did actually become involved in Pirate radio. using the name Decktrician. mixing tip hard house alongside the original junglists. I Come on, pater owning a club must have helped a bit? Tall Paul worked his way through the club. from cleaning the toilets to cashing up at the end. For a while he DJed at the Turnmills Friday night. btit he knew that he really wanted to work Saturday nights (Trade).

I So bit of a word to dad and Bob’s your uncle? Perish the thought. Tall Paul slipped the promoter a tape who liked it and gave him a slot at the end of the night.

I The otheron must have thought it was a bit shady? Of course. btit as Paul says. ‘l'm sure if l was crap I wouldn't have been there much longer.’ He quickly earned himself the title King of llardbag thanks to his spots at Trade and Heaven and for his own tracks: Rock the House and Train of Thought (as Fscrima).

Tall Paul‘s very large top 3:

1 Feel Love by Donna Summer (remix)

The Ultimate by Antic

Sing Hallelujah by Moziac.

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I Bennet’s 1 lpm—3am. £I. Gay. 70p vodka atid gin! DJ Sara.

I Blue Print at The Volcano.

l lpm—2.3()am. £3 (£2). Soul. jazz. funk and boombashin’ beats. Sace and Fast plus regular guest appearances by DJ A1 (Mo Wax). using four turntables. Beck's £1. Look out for special events in the side alcove ranging from breakdancing to skateboarding.

I Chopper at Club Xchange. l().30pm—3.3()am. £3.50 (£2). Garage. house. 90s disco and pop in the new look Cltib X. Fresh clubland credible music

and cheap drink. Double vodka £1.25.

I Double Six Cub at King Tut's \Vah Wah Htit. 2 Atig and fortnightly. Spin—close. The club based at The Bohemia (London) comes tip to Glasgow to try otit their board game related mirth every week.

I Excursion at The Halt Bar. 7pm—1 lpm. Free. DJs Scott and Kev (Upsettin'. Goodfoot) playing classic soul. funk and dill) along with more modern tunes and beats.

I Fab at Reds. l lpm—3am. £3 (£2). Club classics. funk. soul and disco. Miller £1. vodka-mix £1.

I Go West at Cleopatra's. |0.30pm—2.3()am. £2 (£1 with ticket). A mainly ‘student-oi'ientated‘ bill of fare.

I Love Train at Cafe Cini. ()pm—midnight. Free. Selected beers for £1. Joe Deacon playing the best in classic sotil. ftiiik and piano house.

I Planet Earth at The Cathouse. l().3()pm~3am. £1. An 80s revival night for all you Wham and Duran Duran fans. Doing unbelievably well.

I Prefab Tab at Nice 'n' Sleazy (downstairs). ()pm-close. Free. Deep dub with a taste ofgarage. Vodka £1.

I Sticky Fingers at The Attic. 10.30pm—3am. £2 (£1 ). Gerry with indie and retro sounds. Drinks promos.

I Wednesday Night Fever at Cotton Club. 10.30pm—3am. £3 (£2 with tnatric card). Positively a towering inferno of rekindled kitsch. Busy'.’ You betcha. Drinks promos. I Wheelie Onederrul Wednesdays at R.G.'s. Spin—close. Free. New pre- (‘hopper event with dancey choons. £1 vodka shots and cheap vodka cocktails.


I Bar 10 Rpm-close. Free. Paul Cawley from Phar ()tit with a weird. eclectic. underground prc-club experience.

I Bloomers at Cleopatra's. 10.30pm—2.3()am. £3 (£2 with ticket). Mainsti'eaiii pop and dance.

I Club Xchange i lpiii—3am. £2 (£1 ). Gay. DJ Morgan atid £1 lager. £1 vodka. I The Corner ()pm—closc. Free. Reggae beats pic-club with Stevie Donaldson.

; I Dee Jays in Disguise at Variety.

8pm -c1ose. Free. .l‘ilkes and Ha’t'ch with l a dubby mix of new dance arid techno.

Absolutely rammed.

I Disco Inferno at Reds. l lpm—3ani. £2. Seventies disco. pop and glam with DJ Michelle plus Btid and vodka for £1.30 all night. A tiiglit of classic disco peppered with the best ofcontemporary house and garage.

I Donkey at The Cathouse. l()._‘s()pm-3am. £2 (£1). Studenty mix of grunge rock. indie dance and pop.

I Loveshack at Fury M urry's. 10.30pm—3am. £2. 'Super cool sounds of the 70s-dance siompers and student classics abound. Lager arid vodka mix an unbelievable 50p.‘

I October Cale 7pm—midnight. Free. A smart crowd of pre—Tunnellers make themselves heard over the fine house and garage masterly ptit together by DJ Stevie M.

I Rage at Strathclyde University Student Union. 9pm—2am. Free. The Level Eight barn once more fills up with the bright young things letting their cardigans slip off their shoulders as they gaze at the


I humble at The Garage. 10.30pm—3am. £3 (£2). Cardow and Ross with a very busy night ofcharty dance faves. cheap drinks and drunk students. Snogtastic!

I Shindig at Cotton Club. 1 lpm—3am. £3 (£2). lain Fitzpatrick with an indie/disco club. All drinks 99p.

I Soul Kitchen at Maxaluna. 8pm—close. Free. A soulful vibe provided by DJ Kevin McPharland plus real soul food from the Maxaluna kitchens.

I Soundclash at The 13th Note (ground floor). 8pm—close. Free. A pre-club mixture of dub. ambience and quality techno.

I Spangles at Reds Bar. Strathclyde University Student Union. 9pm—2am. Free. Gordon Tennant of Helter Skelter with soul. dance and pop. Open throughout the summer.

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 Unity Reggae Club at The Venue. 10.30pm—late. £2. Every Sunday and Thursday. Reggae. ragga and dub. 'Strictly dancehall‘.

I UK Gold at Sub Club. I lpm—3am. £3 (£2). Martin and Mark have created a haven of credibility in the sea ofThursday night mediocrity. ‘Simply the best Thursday night out in years’ is how they modestly describe it. and they're quite possibly right.


I Cavendish 9pm—4am. £5. Over 25s only. Smart dress. Live bands every week. Sixties and 70s music.

I Cathouse at The Rocking Horse.

1 lpm—3am. £3 (£2.50 with flyer). Price includes entry to Katch. Crowded night running the gamut of rock. from heavy metal through grunge to thrash.

I Century 2000 1 1pm-3am. £5. Commercial dance music under the most expensive lights in Scotland. No ripped jeans or steel toe-caps.

I Club Latino at La Belle Angele. llpm—3am. £4 (£3). 4 Aug. Monthly. Last date at La Belle before the Latino posse take up another frenetic residency at The Assembly Rooms over the Festival. Classic salsas. the latest merengues. rumbas. cumbias and every South American dance style imaginable shape the soundtrack at this feverish night of hip grinding action.

I Club Sappho at Buster Browns. 9pm—4am. £3. Women only. Resident DJ Christine spins disco. chart. oldies and progressive dance with the occasional assistance of top guest names. Free glass of wine for those arriving before 10pm. I Evol at The Music Box. 10.30pm—3am. £3. Happy Hour from 10.30pm-l 1.30pm. All new visuals and shiny. happy. indie sounds with a bit of a raw. grungy edge. Resident DJ Kieren jamming together those Flvol favourites old and new. Look out for occasional live guests creamed from the cutting edge ofthe indie scene. I Fetish at La Belle Angele. l lpm-3am. £5 (£4); £3 members before midnight. 28 July. Fortnightly. Cybertonics dishing tip the smart drinks. Fruity. fecund and flirtatious fusion of house. hip hop and dub from Nicci (Havoc Hussies). George (Tribal Funktion) and George (Squid).

I Katch at The Rocking Horse.

1 lpm—3am. £3 (£2 with flyer). Price includes entry to Cathouse. Lively club with a playlist consisting mainly of 80s and 90s indie dance.

I Loungin’ at Negociants. 9pm—3am. Free. Weekly. Firstrate and Finbar with all the latest licks iii jungle. swingbeat. reggae and hip hop.

I Marley’s Reggae Klub at Cavendish. l()pm—«iam. £4. The city‘s longest-running reggae night (situated on the middle floor

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ofCavendish). with a playlist ranging through roots. ragga. lovers. heavyweight dub and dancehall.

I Minus One at The Carlton Highland Hotel. lOpm—3am. £2.50 (free for members). A relaxed. very plush venue for the more mature seekers of night life. I Planet Earth at The Citrus. 1 lpin—«lani. £3. Curfew 2am. The 80s retro club: playing everything from new wave to synth pop to acid house and fvladchester. Watch out for drinks promos.

I Pure at The Venue. 10.30pm—3aiii. £5 (£3 members). Guest nights £7 (£5). Twitch and Brainstorm orchestrate a gorgeous sweep through Detroit and Chicago at this. one of Scotland‘s top techno institutions. lixcellent guests (now not being announced until the posters go tip) from the electronic cutting edge. gifted residents and a sweaty. devoted crowd make this club still kick. 4 Aug. Bandulu play live.

I Reaction at The Subway. 1 lpm--3am. £2 (free for students with matric card). Weekly mix ofchart. dance and classic disco.

I Red Hot Pepper Club 10pm—3am. £4 (£3). Mainstream and chart sounds. Students free with matric card.

I Sativa at The New Calton. l()pm-3am. £6 (£5 students/UB40) £4 (members). 28 July. Fortnightly. Scotland's most furious and innovative hardbeat night continues to weld raw Chicago house. white noise and metallic techno into a coruscating aural assault every other Friday. Massive Bereavement control the underground electronic side. whilst Thee Process meld gentle dtib ambient to chill to. Four sound systems. art installations. live MCs and percussion. As ever. don't miss the drummers! Electric lndigo. teutonic Tank Girl of techno. returns on 28 July.

I Speeder at The Wee Red Bar. llpm—«lam. £2.50. 28 July. Monthly. Classic indie. pop. dance and songs for girls who like boys who like girls etc. etc. Plus balloons. sweets and cheap drink. ‘New. fresh and exciting!‘ they promise. but is it as good as The Good Mixer in Camden when Menswear and Elastica havejust walked in. we ask. One can only guess.


I The Cavendish ()plll-‘lillll. £5. ()ver 25s only. Smart dress. Live bands every week. Century 2000 1 lpm—3am. £5. Sec Fridays.

I Cheek to Cheek at MS. l()pm—late. £5. Kitsch house. garage and 70s disco with DJs A.J.. Stuart J. and Johnny Nisbet. The Wild Women Of Wonga stir things tip in the chill out.

I Colours at The Vaults. l()pm—3am. Tickets £12 from Xile and The City Cafe. Membership available on the night. 2‘) July. Fortnightly. Streetrave‘s star studded