bizarre “happenings‘. I The CathouselOpm—3am. £4 (£3.50/£3 before I lptn). Sweaty rock-orientated club on two floors. Trad rock upstairs and contemporary rock downstairs. I Classic FM at Fury Murry's. 10.30pm—3am. £5 (£4). lndie-pop/indie- dance shenanigans from Jim Downie ('1 ul. I Cleopatra’s l lpm—3am. £6. Mainstream commercial vibe I Cool lemon at The Arches. I Ipm—3am. 16 Sept only. Residents Paterson and Price are joined in the first arch by Cool Lemon faves Rocky and Diesel and Kenny Larkin “Detroit techno monster' in the second Archway. I The Corner ()pin—close. Free. Andy Young with ajazz. latin. salsa night plus like minded bands. I Divine at Glasgow School of Art. lOpm—Iate. £2.50. The perennially popular Divine mixes up an eclectic mix based in indie. funk and retro sounds. I Dream Sequence at Rooftops (Secrets Lounge). 10.30pm—3am. £2.50. Long- established indie night with a friendly vibe. Rooftops now sports a fab new sound system and is bigger too. I Fresh Cream at The Volcano. l [pm—2.30am. £5 (£4 with matric card). Mellow house. garage grooves and street soul with Scott McCay. I The Garage 10.30pm—3am. £3 (£2) lOpm—l 1pm. £4 (£3) I lpm—midnight. An honest to goodness top night out with dancey sounds downstairs from Dave Ross and alternative sounds in the attic. I Knucklehead at Glasgow School of Art (upstairs). 10pm—late. £3 (£2.50) (includes Divine downstairs). Residents Ha‘t'CH and Jonnie Wilkes with “hi-tech. open-minded dance music'. I Mo’ Jan With Attitude at The 13th Note (groundfloor). Spin—midnight. Free. “The Australian eclectic Watts mix a cordon bleu selection of spicy jazz. funk foods for your feets and something to shake your wig to Mrs'. I llatural Born Clubbers at Club Xchange. I 1pm—3am. £6 (£4). Gay club with upfront dance tunes. Drinks promos. I llicos 9pm—midnigbt. Free. DJ Paul with hip hop. funk and rare groove. I October Cafe 7pm—midnight. Free. Pre- club event with DJs Mark Maslanka and Jason J. Brown. I Playtime at The Voodoo Room. 1 lpm—3am. £8. Kevin McKay. Mel Barr and Stevie Sleepman. opening tip the back room as Room 2 for disco revival sounds. keeping Rootnl as uptempo vocal garage. I Reds I 1pm—3am. £6 (£4). A packed night specialising in mainstream dance. funk. rap and house with DJ Skud and Graham. Intimate. smart and friendly. I Rhapsody l [pm—32ml. £7 (£5). Robin Burrows with an eclectic clubby tnix. I Saturday Slammer at Nice "n' Sleazy (downstairs). ()ptn—close. Free. Tequila club: latino grooves and mambo schambo. I Shoosh! at R.G.'s. Spin—midnight. Free. DJ Cristian with a house/garage warmer. I Sub Club 10.30pm—3am. £8. The Subby
Stripped on y.
The life of a quantity surveyor is one of late nights, excessive drinking, mixing with the stars and entertaining thousands of people every weekend. That is if said quantity surveyor is DJ Zammo.
Scotland’s hardest working DJ constantly tears up the M80 and the M8, venue bound with a chocca box of choice choons to play at some of Scotland’s busiest nights: Stripped every other Friday at La Belle Angele in Edinburgh, Wildlife in Perth, and his monthly extravaganza at the Rhumba Club in Arbroath. Working a full professional week surveying assorted quantities and then launching into punishing DJing duties would be enough for most, but Zammo still has more. He now works for Stress Records, doing remixes for them under the name Coyote (Chris and James’ Calm Down and Tune In) and putting out tracks where he takes full production credit (Jekyll and Hyde, Troy and the forthcoming Sound of Rhumba).
Zammo’s musical style fits in perfectly with the rest of the Stress
family. His DJing and production work is up for it, no messing about party house cutting it on the dancefloor big time. Curiously, he puts this success down to the day job. ‘I’m just the same as the people who work all week,’ says Zammo speaking from his office, taking time off from land evaluation. ‘When the weekend comes you go out for the release. I can imagine how other DJs who sit at home all day listening to records go for the deeper sound, but when I go out to the clubs at the end of the week it’s to enjoy myself as much as the people who come through the door paying.’
Zammo’s top tunes:
Kathy Brown: Turn Me Out (Chris and James Remix)
Coyote: For The flight
Route 66: Revolution Remix
Fatback Boogaloo: Wide Open Spaces Africa llot: Uma Pila
Zammo [Us at Stripped at la Belle Angele, Sat 19 August and fortnightly.
enters a new era. capturing the spirit of heyday Subbing and combining it with a future spirit. Saturdays top the list with a hard house night from the outstanding Harri. ()scar and Dominic.
I Teardrops at The 13th Note (basement). 8.30pm—midnight. Free. The sounds of loneliness. melancholy and heartbreak supplied by Jason Mcl’hail and Andy Divine.
I Triumph at The Tunnel. 10.30pm—3am. £6 (£3). An epic voyage through Italian and UK house. presented by Colin 'I’evendale and Steven McCreery. In Room 2 Kevin MacFarlane offers tip a different vibe with an eclectic mix of soul. funk
and dance classics. Pretty dressed-up
9 Sept. Renaissance returns to the Tunnel for another of their monthly residencies. this time featuring Fathers of Sound. Dave Seaman and Ian ()ssia. 10.30pm—5am. £10 (£3).
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I Wild at Cotton Club 10.30pm—3am. £6
(£4 students). Commercial dance and pop. £l bottled beer.
I Bennet’s l lpm—3am. £1. Gay. All beers and spirits £ 1. DJ John Frazer with commercial dance and pop.
I Boogiemania at The Attic. 10.30pm--3am. £2 (£1). DJ Graeme with a varied mix ofclub classics.
I Blackfriars Sunday at Blackfriars Underground. Rpm—midnight. 50p. R.A.D. with their usual varied underground dance vibe. ‘no strict music policy. strategy or style.‘
I Bubblelicious at Reds. I lpm—3am. £5 (£3). Club classics. disco anthems and all drinks £1 all night. Amiable smart crowd not putting too much emphasis on hitting the floor.
I Fuddrukkers at Cleopatra‘s. I0.30pm--2.30am. £3 (£2 with ticket). Disco. pop and 60s party vibes.
I Liberate Sundays at The Cul De Sac. Spin—midnight. Free. Nigel Hayes of Bomba and Liberty City with undiluted black house and garage. Bacardi Black and Red Rock £1.20.
I lush at The Voodoo Room.
llpm—3. 15am. £5. Mega stars Harri and Oscar with their underground house and garage. A damn fine night for full weekend party people. All drinks £1.
I loony Tunes at Club Xchange.
1 lpm—3am. £2. Gay. DJ Michael with a commercial dance night.
I flicos 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. Spin—midnight. Donations (£1) on the door. cushions on the floor. lixcursions into ambience and the occasional glance at other related activities. Look out for the cream of avatit garde bands live.
I Songs of Praise at The Volcano.
l Ipm—2.30am. £3 (£2). Popular end of weekend slot with ‘pre-roast blessings' and ‘fun‘ music.
I Sunday Service at Maxaluna. 8.30pm—midnight. Free. A new pre-club with an ecclesiastical bent. Heavenly decor (drapes and candelight) plus funk. rap and dance ‘hymns' from Ali C. ‘the monk of funk'. Drinks promos.
I Unity Reggae Club at The Venue. 10.30pm—Iate. £2. Reggae. ragga and dub. "Strictly dancehall'.
I Yellow Submarine at Fury i‘vlurry's.
I lpm—3am. £3. All spirits plus mixer 99p. “A soundtrack of modern pop and dance for the disco generation'.
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. £2. Gay. House and garage. £1.25 all drinks.
I Lingo at The 13th Note (ground ﬂoor). Spin—lam. Free. The Lingo collective with a rare and diverse selection of music. I Nashville Babylon at Nice “n‘ Sleazy (upstairs). Rpm—close. Free. “Country tinged rock. blues. soul. 70s classics and heavy drinking'.
I Speedracer at The Attic (formerly the Cameo Suite). 10.30-3am. £2 (£1). Gerry mixes up a few indie-dance classics and retro tunes. Very busy and great fun.
I Boudoir at The 13th Note (basement). Rpm—midnight. Free. The original Boudoir with tnore nights ofcheesy. sleazy easy listening! Games-a-plenty including an Atari console. Frustration. Cluedo etc. Tops.
I Cat in The flat at The Venue. 10.30pm—3am. £1. Student and goodtime party grooves. Pints and bottled beers £1. I Club XChange l 1pm—-3am. £2 (£1). Gay. DJ Stella with choice dance and chart sounds. £1 lager. 50p vodka. Pitched as the only gay night in town tonight.
I Shimmy Club at Bennet's. 10.30pm--3am. £2. Legendary. drunken. ‘mixed'. longest-running club night in town. Mainstream dance and chart. £1.10 promo beers.
I Spontaneous Combustion at The Corner. 8.30pm—close. Free. Rock 'n' Roll and surf music from DJ Bonkers and Big Pete. Drinks promos.
I The Tardis at The Attic. 10.30pm—3am. £1. ‘A journey through space and time that takes you from the 60s to the 90s and back via rock/pop and soul'. All drinks £1.
I Trading Post at Cleopatra's. 10.30pm—2.30am. £2 (£1 with ticket). Chart. mainstream and 60s ‘for the pub/club staff crowd'.
I Bennet’s l Ipm-3am. £1. Gay. 70p vodka and gin! DJ Sara.
I Blue Print at The Volcano.
l [pm—2.30am. £3 (£2). Soul. jazz. funk and boombashin' beats. Sace and Easi
68 The List 8-21 Sept 1995