I love Train at Cafe Cini. 9pm—midnight. Free. Selected beers for £1. Joe Deacon playing the best in classic soul. funk and piano house.
I Planet Earth at The Cathouse. 10.30pm—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). ()prn—close. Free. Deep dub with a taste of garage. Vodka £ 1.
I Red and Black Club at The 13th Note. 8pm—close. £2. 1 Nov and fortnightly. New anarchist social club featuring (this issue) Viv Gee (poetess extaordinaire). Mick Parkin. bard-u-like'. and the three- piece band Junk Culture.
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 mature card). Positively a towering inferno of rekindled kitsch. Busy‘.’ You betcha. Drinks promos.
I Bar 10 Spin—close. Free. Paul Cawley from Phar ()ut with a weird. eclectic. underground pre-club experience.
I Bloomers at Cleopatra's. 10.30pm—2.30am. £3 (£2 with ticket). Mainstream pop and dance.
I Boogie Bus at R.G.‘s. 8pm—midnight. Free. DJ Mack and retro soul classics.
I Club Xchange t lpm—3am. £2 (£1). Gay. DJ Morgan and £1 lager. £1 vodka. I Cop at Archaos. 1 lpm—3am. £4 (£2.50). From Oct 19. New student night from [)1 Gee (Garage/Reds) and DJ Chopper (Club X). ‘Turn up. get down. cop off.‘ £1 vodka and Becks. 1‘) ()ct. live PA. front Credit to the Nation.
I The Corner 9pm—close. Free. Reggae beats pre-club with Stevie Donaldson.
I Dee Jays in Disguise at Variety. 8pm—close. Free. Ha‘t'ch and Jonnie of the Knucklehead with a dubby mix of new dance and techno.
I Disco Inferno at Reds. 1 1pm—3am. £2. Seventies disco. pop and glam with DJ Michelle plus Bud and vodka for £1.30 all night. A night ofclassic disco peppered with the best ofcontemporary house and gara e.
I Donkey at The Cathouse’. 10.30pm—3am. £2 (£1). Studenty mix of grunge rock. indie dance and pop.
I Genius at The Volcano. l lpm—2.30am. £3 (£2). Bob and Jamie make the Volcano hip again with ‘house fun and dance classics‘. Buy one vodka get one free. Rolling Rock £1.
I Loveshack at Fury Murry's. 10.30pm—3am. £2. ‘Super cool sounds of the 70s~dance stompers and student classics abound. Lager and vodka mix an unbelievable 50p.‘
I ph1 at Strathclyde University Student Union. 9pm—2am. Free. 26 Oct and fortnightly. A new dance night every second Thursday featuring local and national techno DJs.
Samantha and her triend were snapped at the Art School, where they do most of their clubbing
'4' a", -._,../' , loulse Bailey of Love To Infinity
October has seen The Vaults gripped by Ministry fever. Following a triumphant roof-raising performance from the club’s resident C.J. Mackintosh, next week brings the tour proper, with the talents of old school New Yorker Kenny Carpenter, Frankie Foncett (Release The Pressure) and Harvey on show, plus a live set from Love To Infinity. Love To who? Not to worry, by the end of the evening their name will be etched into your mind. Initially ionned as a remixing team, Love To Infinity (brothers Andy and Peter Lee) cut their teeth as sound
LOVE TO INFINITY
engineers at various studios in and around Manchester, working on numerous projects including (for all you trainspotters) the very first Take That record.
Adopting the moniker love To Infinity in 1993, they got their big break working with Melanie Williams on her dancefloor classic ‘All Cried Out’, which stormed the dance charts. Since then, the phone hasn’t stopped ringing. ‘We’ve basically been busy ever since,’ explains Andy. Who can argue, with a stream of remix credits that takes in artists as refreshineg diverse as Adeva, Grace Jones, MR8 and o:Ream, not to mention their own anthemic singles ‘Keep Love Together’ and the forthcoming floor-filler ‘Someday’, already a classic in its own right.
‘Touring with the Ministry of Sound has been an excellent experience,’ continues Andy, ‘because we’ve been able to take our songs out to a much wider audience, alongside some of the best this in the world who play the same kind of music that we make.’ (Jim Byers)
The Ministry of Sound Tour hits Colours at The Vaults, Edinburgh on Sat 21 Oct, with [Us Kenny Carpenter, Frankie Foncett and Harvey, with love To Infinity performing live.
I Pre-Cenius at Cul De Sac. Spin—midnight. Free. Bob and Jamie with a warmer for their night at The Volcano. Guinness on promo.
I Rage at Strathclyde University Student Union. 9pm—2am. Free. 19 Oct arid fortnightly. 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 floor.
I Rumble at The Garage. 10.30pm—3am. £3 (£2). Cardow and Ross with a very busy night of charty dance faves. cheap drinks and drunk students. Snogtastic!
I Shindig at Cotton Club. 1 lpm—3am. £3 (£2). Iain Fitzpatrick with an indie/disco club. All drinks 99p.
I Soul Kitchen at Maxaluna. Spin—close. Free. A soulful vibe provided by DJ Kevir McPharland plus real soul food from the Maxaluna kitchens.
I Sub City Radio at The Voodoo Room. £2 (£1.50). October only. The station gets released into the community with a night from Alex and Lee from Phar Out.
I Swoon at The Arena. 10.30pm—3am. £3 (£2). Those crazy Swoon guys come back with more nights of bizarre shenanigans involving cross-dressing and fruit. Music from Mr Peaches and J.A.K. will be ‘whatever gets you homy‘.
I The Tunnel 10pm—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. 1 1pm—3am. £3 (£2). Martin and Mark's underground club night with a strong following amongst. the Sub Club regulars. 26 Oct. Mark (lfach. Pure Plastic). also appearing on the UK Gold radio show 9—10.30pm.
I Wax at Strathclyde University Student Union (Reds Bar). 9pm—2am. Free. Dance and indie pop.
I Whatever You Want at The Hive. Glasgow University Student Union. iOpm—lam. Free (studean and guests
only). Classic student pop from DJ Musty.
EDINBURGH ' Fridays
I Cavendish 9pm—3am. £5. Over 25s only. Smart dress. Live bands every week. 60s and 70s music. Ground floor only.
I Cathouse at The Rocking Horse.
1 1pm—3am. £3 (£2 with flyer). Price includes entry to Katch and Voodoo Chile. Crowded night running the gamut of rock. from heavy metal through grunge to thrash.
I Century 2000 l lpm—3am. £5. Commercial dance music under the most expensive lights in Scotland. No ripped jeans. steel toe-caps or trainers. Over 18s. I Club latino at La Belle Angele.
l 1pm-3am. £4 (£3). 27 Oct. Monthly. Edinburgh‘s premier Latin club swings back into town with more dizzying South American rhythms. Salsa. cumbia. merengue and plenty of hot. hip-grinding action!
I Evol at The Music Box. 1 1.30pm—3am. £3 (£2 before midnight). Happy Hour 10.30—11.30pm. All new visuals and shiny. happy. indie sounds with a bit of a raw. grungy edge. Resident DJ Kieren jamming together those Evol favourites old and new. Look out for occasional live guests creamed from the cutting edge of the indie scene.
I Fetish at La Belle Angele. l [pm—3am. £5 (£4). (£3 members before midnight). 20 Oct. Fortnightly. A loyal and t’nendly crowd make this Friday night house club special. Interesting decor. a sound atmosphere and experimental sets from George (Tribal Funktion), Nicci (Havoc Hussies) and George Mac (Squid) make this well worth a visit.
I Ruggy at The Attic. 1 lpm—3am. £4. 20 Oct. Fortnightly. The popular Sunday jazz. funk. Latin and soul shindig relocates to a Friday slot. featuring some exceptionally good drinks promos
I Katch at The Rocking Horse.
1 [pm—3am. £3 (£2 with flyer). Price
Man about town Richard knows all the best guest lists, but puts Siam at the top of his
includes entry to Cathouse and Voodoo Chile. Lively club with a playlist consisting mainly of80s and 90s indie dance.
I Loungin’ at Negociants. 10pm—3am. Free. Firstrate and Finbar with all the latest licks in jungle. swingbeat. reggae and hip hop.
I Marmalade at Riccarton Student Union. 10pm—3am. £3. 20 Oct. Students and guests only. Loads of cheap drink offers starting at an enticing 70p. and an extremely varied selection of the latest chart sounds.
I Marley’s Reggae Klub at Cavendish. 10pm—3am. £4. The city's longest-running reggae night (situated on the middle floor of Cavendish) 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 Partyceilidhdisco at Moray House. 10pm—3am. £1 before 1 1pm. £2 after. Fortnightly. 20 Oct. As the name suggests. total dancefloor madness with a furious fusion of bonkers music. All drinks £1. Wild!
I Planet Earth at The Citrus. 1 1pm—3am. £3. A celebration of 80s and 70s retro: playing everything from glam disco. to punk. to new romantic and hi-energy. Watch out for drinks promos.
I Pop Corny at The Wee Red Bar.
1 [pm—3am. £2.50 before midnight. £3.50 after. 20 Oct. New weekly night throwing up art original blend of hip hop. funk. soul and themes. songs and tunes from film. television and the stage.
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 this. one of Scotland's top techno institutions. Excellent guests (now not being announced until the posters go up) from the electronic cutting edge. gifted residents and a sweaty. devoted crowd make sure this club‘s still one of the best. Watch out for a forthcoming visit from Jeff Mills.
I Reaction at The Subway. l lpm—3am. £2 (free for students with matriculation card). Weekly mix ofchart. dance and classic disco.
I Red Hot Pepper Club lupin—3am. £4 (£3). (students free with matriculation card). Mainstream and chart sounds.
I Revolution at Riccarton Student Union. 10pm—3am. £3. 27 Oct. Students and guests only. More drink promos (vodka and mixer for 70p) and the best in nightclub dance music (apparently).
I Sativa at New Calton. lOpm—3am. £6 (£5 students/U840). £4 (members). 20 Oct. Fortnightly. Scotland's most furious and innovative hardbeat night continues to weld raw Chicago house. white noise. drum and bass and metallic techno into a coruscating aural assault every other
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