mix of house. dance and ftiiik.
I HAW at Negociants. 10pm—3am. Free. Weekly. House and garage session with Neil MacDonald.
I Resistance at Wilkie House. 10.30pm—3am. £5. 4 May. Monthly. Very busy night of hard house sounds with local residents.
I Revolution Riccartoii Student L'nion. 1().30pni-—3ani. £4. 11 May. Dance music. I Rinse Dis downstairs at Cafe Dis (opposite Jeiiiiers). 9pni—1am. Weekly. Upfront drum 'n' bass with DJs lntalekt and Senses.
I Rock Orgasm at The Rocking Horse. l0.30pm—3am. £3. Weekly. Cliniactic tiiglit of heavy guitar sounds.
I Sakradé at The l‘itHlL‘VCOllll).
1 1pm—3ani. Weekly. Ross Keddie and Gavin Campbell with house in the main room. with Yogi Hatiglitoii getting experimental through the back. Still finding its feet. btit getting there.
I Seen at Wilkie House. 10.30pm—3aiii. £6. 11 May. Monthly. Hip hop with Dls Eh'.’ W'tm aiitl Frosty J.
I Snog at Cltib Mercado. 7.30ptii—10.30pm. £4 members. £5 non- members. Weekly. Btisy under-18s night playing the best in chart and dance.
I Soma at The Attic. llpiii-~3am. £5. 4 May. Fortnightly. Hard Chicago trax meet seductive Detroit grooves with Chris. Robbie. liric arid Ritchie.
I Soul Underground Ill The City (Eire. 9pm—lam. Free. Weekly. Residents Nick Way and Norton playing r 'n' b. Motown. G-Ftink. hip hop and rare grooves in the recently redecorated City 2.
I Stripped at La Belle Angele. l0piii—3am. £10. 11 May. Fortnightly. Residents '/.ammo and Kris Keegan kick tip a storm with hard l'K house.
I Teasage at The Citrus. llpiii-«lam. £3. Happy Hour 1 1piii~iiiidnightz all drinks £1. Weekly. Popular indie dance night. Dls Sarah and Niall jam a superb selection of ptiiik. disco. 80s and ftiiik for a friendly student-orientated crowd.
I Tribal Funktion at The Venue. l0.3()p111~3;tlll. £8 members. £5 members. 11 May. Fortnightly. Five years on atid this remains one of the finest nights iii the country. Upstairs. residents George T. Simone and H dig hard. jacking L‘S house alongside the occasional guest while Frosty and Lyley cut tip hip hop. swing and fuiik in The Cooler. Watch otit for guests.
I Yip Yap at La Belle Angele. llpiii—3am. £64 May. Fortnightly. Resident hero Gareth Soiiimerville takes his loyal crowd through vocal garage. deep house and full-on instrumental workouts with assistance from West Coast deep houser Kev Mckay. This is still one of the best house clubs in the country. Get there early.
I Ambassadors Party at Club Mercado. 10pm~3ani. £5. 12 May. New night from the Going Places people based on the usual glamour and excess they have become famous for.
I Genus at The New Caltoii. 9piii--3aiii. £8 iii advance from 23rd Precinct. Xile. Pink Heaven and The l'ltimate Mix. 5 May only. L'p Yer Roiison arid Love To Be. two of the biggest clubs iii the North of lingland. come together with Genus to bring you a spectacular party. featuring DJs Paul Murray. Andy Ward. Murray Richardson. Yogi Haughton and Tony Walker. See Hit list.
I The Mothership at The Basement.
9piii—lam. Free. Chill otit. jazz-funk style.
with residents Gino and Fryer.
I Orange at Club Mercado. 10pm—4am. £5. 5 May. Monthly. The Gay Preservation Society present Dave Randall (Zapp and Fist). Don Grant (Gay LA. and Fist) and Edinburgh's own Morgan M arsalis. Drinks promos 10—11pm.
I Pickled at The Moscow Bar.
Scottish clubbers have never had it so good, and it’s about to get even better. Colours Live In The Capital is set to take house music into a new dimension with a massive one-off party at lngliston lining up the country’s finest DJs.
Colours boss Jim Mckay and partner Ricky Magowan have a long and successful history in Scottish clubland, but are perhaps best known for their Streetrave parties at Prestwick airport where they brought together house and rave music, and artists as diverse as The Prodigy and M People.
The Colours bash is their most ambitious project to date with a six- figure sum being spent working the popular fortnightly Edinburgh club up to a twelve-hour dance-music marathon with Pete Tong, Sasha, Carl Cox, John Digweed and BT blasting it out over a 50k sound system.
Each DJ will perform a two-hour set with the added attraction of Carl Cox’s slot being broadcast on Radio One’s Essential Mix show the following week.
Carl Cox: essential
And when the heat of the dancefloor gets too much, clubbers can chill out in a separate area with Colours’ resident DJs punting lighter house sounds, five bars, a restaurant ar, an Internet cafe and Sega consoles.
Dance events on this scale are typically associated with the now- legendary Rezerection which also takes place at lngliston, but McKay is
keen to distance himself from the rave
tag. ‘What we’re trying to do is take house music out of small clubs and present it on a totally different scale.’ (Jim Byers).
Colours Live In The Capital takes place at lngliston, Sat 11 May. For
ticket information call 01292 267305.
3pni--2.30ani. £1. New weekly chill out I Roots at The City Cafe. S30piii late. Free. Weekly. Johny (Rhythm lab) and Robbie chill with ska. 70s soul and mellow hip hop.
I Spice at The Tap ()‘l.auriston. Spin—lam. Free. Weekly. Techno with residents Bill and Jan plus drinks promos. I Straight From The Pot at Negociants. TOWN-311111. Free. Weekly. .-\n eclectic fusion of ftiiik. rare jazz. grooves. soul. hip hop. Brazilian and soundtracks with master blenders Well Stirred and Vinyl Ritchie.
I Sunday Night Fever at Century zooo. llpiii—3am. £3. Drinks at 70p. Mlp and 90p. appropriately accompanied by music from the 70s. 80s and 90s.
I Sunrise at Wilkie House. 10pm - 3am. £5 (£4). 5 May. Batik Holiday party with Gareth Somiiierville joined by Michael Kilkie. plus drinks promos.
I Taste at The Honeycomb. llpiii 3am. £5. Weekly. Still one of the few places in town where you're guaranteed a good night out. Hard hectic house in the front. garage through the back. For further details call the 24 hour Taste liveiits Line on 557 4656.
I Timewarp at The Rocking Horse. llpiii—~3aiii. £2 (free before 12.30am). .»\ very w-i-dv-e playlist indeed: 6()s. 70s. 80 and 90s.
I Xponential at Wilkie House. 10pm-3am. Free. 12 May only. Fortnightly. Vinnie and the l.eph (Thinktank) are joined by guest Biggies from the World of Spiniiies. Apparently. it‘s electric. electro. eclectic and eccentric. I X;Poseur at The Venue. 9pm 3am. £6. 5 May. ()ne off Batik Holiday special with Crosby (Colours). Neil Carrot) and Gary Niiiinimo playing house.
I Yahoo at Wilkie House. 10pm-- 1 am. Free. 5 May. Fortnightly. Free. Country and Western in the bar area.
I Ceroc at Moray House. 7.15pm-—10.30pm. £4 (£3.50). Weekly Energetic. stylish. modern jive from France with music ranging from chart to reggae. to Latin. soul and blues. Forty five minute beginner class at 7.30pm. Plus. there‘s a licensed bar.
I Digital Biscuit at Negociants.
9pm 3am. Free. 6 May. Fortnightly. Phuiiky. flipped-out. cheeky tunes dished tip by Patil (lift ). (irafik (l/int'r Slime .l/(lt’tlffllt’l and Believe (Voodoo liic FM). I Hello at The Honey comb. 10pm late. £3. Weekly. New night featuring the talents of new or relatively unknown D.ls who will be given a public platform (half hour slots) for the first time. with Tasters Fisher and Price overseeing operations should things get messy.
I Jazz Is What? at Negociants. ‘)p111'3;1111. Free. 13 May. Fortnightly. .-\n eclectic blend of straight ja/./ atid just about every other form of jaw you can think of. with Dls Benj and Krys.
I Listen at Wilkie House. 10.30pm --3ani. Free. Weekly. The set from Nick Wong plus a set from DJ Dar.
I Numb at Wilkie House. 10pm - late. £5 in advance or on the door. (fall 0131 554 9207 for ticket info. New night with the emphasis very definitely on the party element not so much on the usual music side. lixpect all kitids of extraordinary stuff like paddling pools (1’). comfy sofas. drag acts. fancy dress and l).ls Alan (l‘ilevator). .loii .let and Stevie Reid. .
I Trainspotter at The Subway
10pm 3am. £1 (free for students with matriculation card). 70s. SOs and 90s dance plus indie faves.
I Calabash at Negociants. 10pm ~3am. Free. Weekly. .la/x. ftiiik. soul and hip hop with Fawa/ and (iavin.
I Insanity at The Subway. 10pm 3am. £1 (free for students with matriculationcard). Pop. chart and indie sounds.
I Nice at The Citrus. llpiii 3am. £2. Drinks promos. Mixture of Britpop and classic indie right through to 6()s soul.
I 705/803 Clllb at The Rocking Horse.
10 30pm 3am. £2 (free before 12.30am). 70s and 80s chart hits. as the name
I Ceroc at Moray House. 7.15piii--10.30piii. £4 (£3.50). Weekly. linergetic jive from France with varied music including blues. chart and reggae.
Beginners class at 7.30pm. Plus. there's a
I Dolphin at The Subway. 9pm -3am. Free. Sttideiit night with loadsa drinks promos.
I Dub Department at Negmttnts. l0piii--3am. Free. Weekly. Spiritually uplifting reverbs atid depth~plumbiiig dtibs courtesy of the rather wonderful Rude boys. Check it out.
I FiSthWl at Wilkie House. 10.30pm-3aiii. Weekly session for local D.ls who think they're good enough to have-a-go for themselves. with the winner playing in the main hall at the monthly Fishtaiik (see 'l’htirsdays).
I Horizontal at Century 2000.
10.30pm 3am. £3 (£1 students with matriculation card). Vodka. whisky. tequila and peach schnapps. 50p a shot. Lager and S0/-. £1 a pint. .'\l‘ll_\'-ll;llllt‘(l student night with all-night drinks pi‘oiiios.
I Orchid at The Honeycomb. llpiii 3am. £4.50 (£3.50). 15 May. l-‘ortniglitly. :\ new club in lidinburgh‘s pi'eiiiier venue. offering ftiiik. soul and house with imported DJs.
I Rubble at The Rocking Horse.
10pm -3aiii. £2 (free before 12.30am). Drinks promos. Btisy. student-orientated night mixing tip the sort of pop. dance and indie sounds you‘ll hear at ls'atch or Shag. I Shark at The Cavendish.
10.30pm 3am. £3. lixtreniely busy student iiiidweeker.
I Teasage at The Citrus. llpiii 3am. £2.50. Very busy midweek club. playing indie-orientated dance sounds alongside punk. disco. 80s and ftiiik.
I The Transporter Room at the Attic. 10pm 3am. £3 (£1 ). Veteran jazz. hiphop and ftiiik club with regular live bands (Captain Shifty. Freshly Stitiee/ed. Papa’s Magic Beard. etc) and hard bop avant garde grooves creatively ctit tip by [Ms Scotty and Stilti.
I Century 2000 llpiii 3am. £3. See Fridays.
I CooCoo at The Honeycomb.
l 1piii--3atii. £5. 9 May. Fortnightly. The Taste backrootii boys Martin Valentine and Neil Byers on the deep house. nit-soul and garage tip.
I Delicious at The Rat-king liaise.
llpiii 3am. £3. Weekly. .-\ top quality indie-ish club where happy people groove to anything from Aretha Franklin and The Mike Flowers Pops to Pulp and The Bluetoiies. (ireat llyers. even better poster campaigns and awesome slides too.
I Fiction at La Belle .-\ngele.
10.30pm 3am. £4 (£3). 9 May. Fortnightly. Stuart McMillan and ()rde Meiklc (Slatii) take over for the whole night with their head spinning mix of hard and seductive minimal grooves. See Hit List.
I Funk Chi at The lloneycotiib.
10.30pm 3am. £4. 2 May. Foitnightly. ()ld skool ftiiik. soul and rap. pltis nu skool garage with Scottie Deep.
I JB at the City Cafe. S 30pm- lam. Free. Weekly. .-\J and Norton with sottl. ftiiik. P-thk and trip hop.
I Jungle Park at The Mttsic Box.
10pm 3am. £6 (£5 ). 9 May Fortnightly New jungle night featuring Da/ee. D1 Kid. KMC and MC .lakes (Ruffneck Ting). The General and Feeliiian (Headi'tisli). and Pressure Further info' ()973 142195.
I Madchester at The Mttsic Box. 10.30pm—3aiii. £3. 2 and It» May. Fortnightly. Big. baggy night featuring Manc talent from The Happy Mondays to The Stone Roses. Their first birthday is approaching with a very special guest baiid to be confirmed. Watch this space
I The Mambo Club at The Cay endisli. 10pm -3ani. £4 (£3). Midweek edition of Sir ()ssie's eternally popular Mambo: expect the same uptempo sounds as Saturdays: Latin. salsa. reggae. ftiiik atid soul.
82 The List 3-16 May 1996