Regular weekly clubs plus one-ott events are listed by city, then by day, then alphabetically by title. Clubs will be listed, provided that up-to-date details reach our ottices at least seven days beiore publication. Club listings compiled by llory Weller and Jim Byers.

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I The Ark at The Tunnel. ll)..’>()pm--3am. £5 (£3). A dressed-up crowd get down in this award-winning venue to the hard(ish) house sounds ol‘ D.) Michael Kilkie and Scott Mackay. Duncan Reid and Simon Foy in Room 3. All drinks £| belore l2.3()am.

I Bar 10 Spin—close. l‘ree. Kick the weekend right oil with Stevie Donaldsou‘s pub set from mellow to hard house. Pie-club.

I Club Apt at The .-\partment. llpm—3am. £7. l).| Graham Wilson on a funk and soul tip for all you beautiful people out there.

I Club X at Club Xchange. llpm—3am. £4 (£3). Gay. Happy house and nu-NRG l‘rom l)J Amar. £l.25 lmttles oi Beck's. I Deepab at R.G.'s. Spin—(midnight. l‘ree. Deep house and garage weekend warmer from D] Mack. l’t'e-club.

I El Pussycat at The lronhorse Bar ( l‘irst lloor). Spin—lam. £2. l2 July and fortnightly. Live music from The Most and Michigan Avenue plus l).ls with Northern sotil. acid jazz and ska. As recommended in Victor Henry‘s 'Cool Book'. whatever that may be.

I Exotica at The CCA Cale Bar. l).3()pm--midnight. Andy Divine eases your listening into the weekend. Pie-club. I Friday Feelgood at Cotton Clttb. llpm—3am. £~l (£2.50 with matric card). Nae messin'. know every tune. indie dance and pop night. £l bottled beer and

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I Global Village at The Corner Bar. Opal—midnight. Free. Clth Havana presents world. Latin. jazz and jive with the eternally pouting DJ Jan, on the decks. Pre-club.

I Ground Control at The Whisky Bar. Rpm—close. l‘ree. DJ Norden and Kevin with dub. hip hop and jungle. l’re-club. I Hybrid at The Sub Club. llpm—.‘~.3()am. £5. l‘) July and monthly. Mark Ry all (Red Cell. Aqua Planet) l)ling plus the much awaited return of the Funk l)'Void live set from Law.

I Katclt at The Cathouse. I lpm~3am. £3 (£2/ l'ree before I l.3()pm). Three floors of rock with margaritas 50p. Gold Bier and vodka mix £ l.

I logical Progression at The Sub Club. llpm—3.3()am. £6. l2 July and month!y. Drum 'n' bass night from |.T.l Bukem. MC Conrad and KMC.

I Love Bug at The Garage. l().3()pm~3am. £3 (£4). l).l Graeme with an eclectic mix ol‘good time party tunes. Vodka mix £l. Grolsch and Gold Bier £l bel'ore l2.3()am.

I Moio’s 9pm—midnight. liree. l).l Nick bringing you the renowned Mojo \ ibe. Pre-club.

l Mundo Latino al the Corner Bar. ()pm-close. Salsa and merengue mayhem l'rom award-winning D] Jan. Be early. I Parklite at The Arena. ll).3()pm- 3am. £-l (£3). Glasgow's lirsl and l'oremost Britpop night back at the Arena playing classic pop/mod/indie sounds from the ()(l.\' to the 90s. Drinks promos all night: Gold Bier £l. \odka mix £|.5().

I Phar Out at Glasgow School of Art. llpm—3.3()am. £3. Deep dub and drum 'n’ bass. Resident DJ Paul Cawley is joined every week by guest l).ls.

I Plrusion at The Volcano. llpm—Z.3()am. £5 (£3). New night from Stuart McCorrisken playing acid. house and techno.

I Radio City in The Attic. ll).3()pm—3am. £3 (£2). The original retro club. packed out every week. Slax. Motown. Stones. The Who etc.

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