Rory Weller delivers the vital statistics of another jazz-funky


I Insanity at The Subway. l()pm—3am. £l (free for stttdents with matriculatitui card). Pop. chart and indie sounds.

I Jazz 5 La Carte at Negociants. l()pm—3am. Free. 20 Feb. Fortnightly. Top quality jazz. night.

I Nice at The Citrus. llpm—3am. £2. Drinks promos. Mixture of Britpop and classic indie right through to 60s sotil.

I 708/808 Club at The Rocking Horse. l0.30pm—3am. £2 (free before l2.30am). 70s and 80s chart hits. as the name suggests.

I Scape at Wilkie House. 10.30pm—3am. Free. Weekly laid-back techno vibes from

llpm—3am. £5 (£4 with llyer). S and 22 Feb. Fortnightly. New night of acidic. trancey techno with residents Dica and Perks.

I lnnersense and Messenger at the Venue. l0.30pm~3am. £5. 15 Feb. Another one-off from the lnnersense crew featuring drum 'n' bass. hardsz and jungle upstairs. with Switch. Basic and Matrix. pltts MCs Marxman and Pablo. Downstairs. the drum and bass collide courtesy of Messenger Sound. See Hit list.

I l(oochie at The Citrus. llpni—-3am. £2. Shameless chart hits all the way: frotn the

I The Pharcyde at Wilkie House. l()pm—3am. £3 before midnight. £4 after. l5 Feb. Fortnightly. The backroom boys from Sublime becomes a club in its own right. Residents Gordon Mac. ('iary Mclntosh and Kev Wright check music frotn 86 to ‘)6. Plus cheap drinks.

I Planet Alice at the Attic. l0.30pm—3am. £3. l5 Feb. Monthly from 7 Mar. Second birthday party for Planet Alice. Playlist is very upfront in a kinda Prodigy/Chemical Brothers/l.eftlieltl way. I Haw Stylus at The Venue. ‘)pm~3am. £5. 8 Feb. Raw Stylus play live with the added attraction of l).ling sets from Femi

(Young Disciples). the Rotation posse from London and local boys from The Mothership. Well worth checking ottt.

I Thelonious at The Basement. ‘)pm--lant. Free. The 'l'ltelonious posse jam it jazz-funk style in the Brottgh'on Street bar.

I Universal at The Mtisic Bov llpm-3am. £4. l5 Feb. Fortnightly. The folk beltind Mi5. FBl. Madchesler and livol come together to pt'm itle what promises to be a top night ottt. Check the ‘space age' decor.

I Unknown at The Tap ()‘l.atn'tston. ‘)pm---lam. Free. Weekly. Free techno.

I The Unspoken Thing at Negociants. l()pm-3am. Free. The Merry Pranksters host this weekly shindig with a lethal cotnbination of trip hop. techno. ambience and general wired weirdness.

70s. the 80s and the ‘)0s. Pre-club drinks and free tickets available from Christie's round the corner. I Litetorm at the Attic. llptn ~3atn. £3. 22 Feb. Monthly. New trance night on the (ioa/acid tip. I The Mambo Club at The Cavendish. l()pm—3am. £4 (£3). Midweek edition of Sir ()ssie's eternally popular Mambo: expect the same uptempo sounds as Saturdays: Latin. salsa. reggae. funk and soul. I Messenger at the Venue. l().3()pm. £5. 22 Feb. The legendary Mikey Dreatl checks in with MC Simba. plus the Usual roots ’n' dth reggae sotindclash. Highly recommended. I Pants at Stones. l()pm-lam. Free. Weekly indie session with spirits at 50p-a- l()pm-~3am. £2 (free before 12.30am).


Drinks promos. Busy. stttdent-orientated i night mixing tip the sort of pop. dance and indie sounds you'll hear at Katch or Shag. I m I Shango at the Wee Red Bar. !

the l.ift guys.


I Dolphin at The Subway. ‘)pm-3am. Free. Student night with loadsa drinks plitlllltlS.

I Dub Department at Negociants. l()ptii—3am. Free. Weekly. Spiritually uplifting reverbs and depth-plumbing dubs courtesy of the rather wonderful Rude boys. Check it ottt.

I Fishbowl at Wilkie House. l0.30pm~3am. Weekly session for local l)Js who think they‘re good enough to have-a-go for themselves. with the winner playing in the main hall at the monthly Fishtank (see 'l‘hursdays).

I Horizontal at Century 2000. l0.30pm—-3ani. £3 (£1 students with matriculatitm card). Vodka. whisky. tequila and peach schnapps. 50p a shot. Lager and S()/-. £1 a pint. AptIy-named student night with all-night drinks prolttos.

I Rubble at The Rocking Horse.

I liame Lars Sanderberg. or Lari. if he's behind the decks.

I Age 24.

I Occupation Producer. DJ and assistant manager of Fopp on Byres Road. in that order.

I Family background His father is Swedish. his mother is an Australian concert pianist and his brother is signed for Acid Jazz. Lars was brought up in Scotland but was educated at public school in England. I oJing background part i He began DJing at sixteen. By the time he was eighteen he was part of the Glasgow dance scene. working at club nights UFO and The Orb at Tin Pan Alley and also with Colin Barr at The Choice.

I Producing background We first saw Lars as one half of Bomba Records' United States of Sound during Sound City. The band split up shortly after as

I October Cale Top lloor. Princes Square 3 (off Buchanan Street). 22l ()303.

I 0M0 22 University Gardens. 33‘) ‘)7S4. I Rat Trap ‘) Brown Street. 22l 7233.

I Beds 37‘) Sauchiehall Street. 33l 1635. I R.G.’S 73 Queen Street. 22l 2200.

I Rhapsody 240 Bath Street. 353 2306. I Rocksy’s Basement 40 New Sherman Street. Paisley. 552 57‘)l.

I Rooftops ‘)2 Sauchiehall Street. 332 5883.

I Strathclyde University Student Union ‘)0 John Street. 552 lS‘)5.

I Sub Club 22 Jamaica Street. 248 4600. I The Tunnel 84 Mitchell Street. :04

All clubs listed above take place at one ' oi the following venues, which can be I contacted for iurther details.

l()pm—3am. £3 (stttdents and guests). l4. 2| Feb. 6 Mar. A series of nights with all proceeds going to charity. Jan. soul. hip hop and reggae from l)Js Joseph. lih'.’

Wun. Fawaz. and I)add Kool. W

I Silver Sound at The Music Box. : l()pm—3am. £2. \\ eekly. Quality techno I the13th Note 80 (“MM-0rd Strum 553

I Teasage at The Citrus. llpm-3am. £2.50. Beers and spirits all ‘)()p. Very busy midweek club. playing intlie-orientated

Off‘ a dark. brooding affair. The next release was in conjunction with Nigel Hayes frotn Bomba records. Taking a

490 Sauchiehall Street. 332 1120. I Bar 1010 Mitchell |.ane (off Mitchell Street). 221 S353.

Lars sought to find his own musical “l‘éh‘ “'0'” J‘m” (“WC “PCS-‘5) ‘1”‘1 Ni“ 9 1033 i 1000. 5009- Working from his 0W“ h‘mlc DMD“)- _ i I Archaos 25 Queen Street. 204 318‘). I The Velvet Room Sauchiehall Street. SiUdio he 59‘ UP the band Funk I slmky 1” mt Mlmc BOX” i I The Arches Midland Street (off Jamaica i 332 0755. D’VQid‘ [aking the "lune fro”) a l(l.3()plll"3lllll. l‘iL‘l). ()llC-Qlil. E Slice”. 0736. I I Bcnuldcr S”ch character on an old Parlimncnt poglcp lllglll lt‘tlllll'llli.7 il llltllC-lilSllL‘ plil}'liSl lil‘()lll I the Arena Oswald SUCH. I “)0. First release as Funk D‘Void was a 0115)“ l" “'1le (“UPC 11”“ 1' 0‘“ ‘l‘ML—‘Y 70-“ i 3010, g I The Whisky Bar Cambridge Street. 332 Di" {0" 30m“ "Winding lJaCk MC mm Ihc'ncs' I The Attic (enter through The (iaragc). l032. \

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I The Attic Dyers Close. Cowgate. 225

(Captain Shifty. Freshly Squeezed. Papa‘s Magic Beard. etc) and hard bop avant- garde grooves creatively cut tip by l)Js Scotty and Stiltt.


I Century 2000 llpm-3am. £3. See Fridays.

I Delicious at The Rocking Horse. llpm-3am. £3. Weekly. A top quality indie-ish club where happy people groove

one in the Japanese dance chart.

I oJing background part II After the release of the first Funk D'Void l2in he began to get booked as a DJ around Europe. Last year he could be seen behind the decks in Barcelona. Switzerland and Sweden. High spot of the year was at the Docklands club in Stockholm when he DJed on a moving platform 70ft above the crowd. His DJing style is a mix of ‘jungle. house.

I Blackiriars Underground theltm Blackfriars). 36 Bell Street. 552 5‘)24. I The Cathouse )5 (“man Street. 34s ()()(l(). I Caledonian University Union 76 (.‘tiwcaddens Road. .32 ()6S l. I Cafe Bar 3.5T) Stltlc‘lllt‘lltlll Sll‘t‘t‘l. 332 7364. I Cleopatra’s. 50s (ireat Western Road. Kelvinbridgc. 334 0560. I Club Xchange 25 Royal Fxchange

; I Cate Dante l‘l't'tlc‘l'lc‘h street. 226 Who. I Cavendish West 'l‘ollct'oss. 228 3252. I Century 2000 31 l.othian Road. 22‘) 7670.

I The Citrus (it'llltlltl) Street. 229 mm. I The City Cate Blair Street. 220 (ll 25. I The lane 7 Qttecnsfeiry Street l.ane. 226 6823.

I Minus One (Carlton Highland Hotel) North Bridge. 556 7277.

I Moray House Holyrotitl Road. 550

50/50 share 0f the wurk the), produccd dance sounds alongside punk. disco. Slls I The Beds" 1 park Driwnggo (“33. ! 3333. the ‘Chaser l2": one side hard E and funk. H i I Banners st, or) (;|;r\\t'ortl Street. 552 I The Basement unquyhu,” 5‘“va 557 scratched techno. the other :1 Quincy i I The Transporter Room at lhe Attic. . WM i 009-; Jones sampling. yam-funk trtpno l()pm 3am. £3 (£l ). \ctctan ran. hip hop ; I Bettyss Mayonnalse A7 Qua.“ S“.ch : I La Belle Angela H “WWW I‘M: 43“ number. ‘Chaser is currently number and lutik club with regular live bands i 331 593; l 377 .

techno or country and western‘. In to anything from Aretha Franklin and The Square. 204 450‘). l 5134. Glasgow he currently runs a weekly Mike Flowers Pops to Pqu and The I The Corner 2/4 St (icorges Road. 332 i I The Music Box ‘)c Victoria Street. 225 Junglc Clllb CilllCd LUbC~ Bluetones. Great llycrs. even better poster ; I625. 356;

I Live report The performance at the Art School will be Funk D'Void's first

I Cotton Club 5 Scott Street. 3320712. I Fury Murry’s ‘)6 Maxwell Street. 221

campaigns and awesome slides too. Check it (llll

I Negociants l.()llllttlt Street. 325 (i313. I The New Calton (‘alton Road. 55s

CY” “‘f'c Perl-‘lmlancc- Lars Will lake I Fiction at La Belle Angele. llpin--3am. i 651 l. 3776. his entire studio down to the gig and £4.50 (£4). 15 Feb. Fortnightly. A live PA I The Garage 4‘)() Sauchiehall Street. 332 I Riccarton Student Union Heriot Watt has written material especially for the from K90 (Choci's Chewhsi whose first 1 I20. l'niversitv. 45l 5333.


Funk [)‘Vnt'tl plays live at Knuckle/read in The Glus‘gme Seltqu UfA r! on Saturday 10 Feb. Lit/w is every Sunday at The 131/1 Note.

single is currently being hyped by Danny Rampling (hard Furo trance) plus residents Barney. Max and Ivan. Colin Favor confirmed for 2‘) Feb.

I Fishtank at Wilkie House. l0.30pm—3am. £3. Monthly. 22 Feb. The best l)Js from Wednesdays Fishbowl get the chance to prove themselves in the main hall.

I Incantation La Belle Angele.

I Glasgow School of Art 107 Retii‘rew

Street. 332 06‘)l.

I Glasgow University Union 32 University Avenue. 33‘) 8697.

I Hatt Club 228 Clyde Street. 226 5055. I Maxaluna 4 l0 Sauchiehall Street. 332 l()(l3.

I Moio’s Bath Street. 33l 2257.

I Nico’s 375 Sauchiehall Street. 332 5736.

I Rocking Horse Cowgate. 225 3320.

I St James Oyster Bar 3 (‘alttm Road. 557 0097.

I The Subway Cowgate. 225 6766.

I The Tap O’Lauriston Lauriston Place. 22‘) 404 l.

I The Venue Calton Road. 557 3073.

I The Wee lied Bar at Fdinburgh College ()f Art. Lauriston Place. 22‘) l442.

I Wilkie iiouse Cowgate. 225 2935.


75 The List 9-22 Feb I996