I A.S.A.P 8.3()ptn-late. Free. Dr Kool with jazz. blues. rare groove. Mo Wax and Latin dance.
I Come at Moray Hottse. 7. l5—lt).3()pm. £4 (£3.50). Energetic. stylish. modern jive from France. with music ranging from chart to reggae. Latin. soul and blues. Forty-live-minute beginners class at 7.30pm. Plus. a licensed bar.
I Digital Biscuit at Negociants. 9pm-3am. Free. l2 Aug. Fortnightly. Phunky. l'lipped-out. cheeky tunes dished tip by Paul (Lift). Gt‘alik' (llmt'r .S'put't' magazine) and Believe (Voodoo Inc FM). I Euro Ecosse at Cltib Mercado.
l Ipm—3am. £3. Every Mon. Tues. Wed and Thurs during Festival. A mixture ol‘ Euroclub and hip hop with Pilou and Stephen Allan (Chunky Choon's).
I Hello at The Honeycomb. l()pm—late. £3. New night featuring the talents ol relatively unknown I).Is who will be given a public platl'orm (halt-hour slots) for the ﬁrst time. With Taste I)Js Fisher and Price overseeing operations.
I Mlschiet Hound Midnight at the Asbach Private Club. Beck’s Spiegeltent. ll.30mn—3am. £6 (£4). See Fri.
I Mo Wax Party at The l-loneycomb. Midnight—4am. £l() (£8). l‘) Attg only. Part of Mirrorball at the l)rambuie Edinburgh Filtn Festival. I).ls in the tnain roott: are Andrea Parker. Peshay and a special appearance from DJ Shadow. With Thelonius through the back. This is going to be a superb night. lepect cutting-edge hip hop/drum 'n' bass l'usion and music. way ahead of its time. See Hit List.
I Trainspotter at The Subway. Input—3am. £l (Tree for students with
matriculation card). A mix oI‘ indie and dance.
I Utopia at The I)emarco Foundation. I lpm—3am. £3. See Fri.
I Calabash at Negoctants. |()pm—3atn Free. Jazz. funk. sotil attd hip hop with Fawaz and Gavin.
I Bloo Hote ‘)plit—|ate. Free. liclectic beats and chilled ottt choons.
I Euro Ecosse at Club Mercado. Rpm—3am. £3. See Mon.
I Freshly Squeezed at l-lenry's Cellar Bar. ‘)ptn—2am. £4 (£3). Freshly Squeezed jam live with support from l).ls lill'.’ \Vttn. Frosty .I. and George Mac.
I Insanity at The Subway. lllpnl—3am. £l (Tree for students with matriculation card). Pop. chart and indie sounds.
I Mischiet Round Midnight at the Asbach Private Club. Beck's Spiegeltent. I |.3()pm-3am. £6 (£4). See Fri.
I Mothership at The Venue. l lpm—3am. Free. l3 Aug. Top ﬂoor. Funk and sottl. I Hice at The Citrus. llpm—3atii. £2. Drinks promos. Brilpop and classic indie right through to (ills sottl and mod.
I “Ills/80$ Club at The Rocking Horse. |().3()ptn-3ani. £2 (I‘ree bel‘ot'e 12.30am). 70s and this chart hits. as the name suggests.
I Utopia at The I)emarco l-‘otmdation. llpm—3am. £3. See Fri.
I Ceroc at Moray llouse. 7.l5 — I().3l)pnl. £4 (£3.50). linergetic jive l't'otn France with varied tnttsic. including blues. chart and reggae. Beginners class at 7.30pm. Plus a licensed bar.
EVERY THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY 81 SUNDAY NIGHT OF THE FESTIVAL FROM 8th AUG-lst SEPT 1996
COME AND PARTY AT THE WORLD FAMOUS MAMBO CLUB AND DANCE TO THE SOUNDS OF LATIN, SALSA, SOCA; CALYPSO; AFRICAN; REGGAE; ZOUK; JAZZ, FUNK; SOUL, RAP AND HIP-HOP
5m OSSIE SAYS: “IT'S REALLY WICKED " THE ACTION IS AT 3 WEST TOLLCROSS EDINBURGH (Next door to The Cavendish) 10.00 pm. - 4.00 am.
OPEN TO ALL
All clubs listed above take place at one at the Iollowing venues, which can be contacted for further details.
I The Attic l)yc‘t”s Close. Covvgate. 225
I The Basement Btoughton Street. 557 ()(l‘)7.
I La Belle Angele I l llasltcs Close. 235 2774.
I Cavendish \Vesl 'l-ollct‘oss. 228 3252. I Century 2000 3| |.othtatl Road. 22‘) 7(i7ll.
I The Citrus Ctl'illdlay Street. 22‘) 0697. I The City Cate Blair Street. 220 ()l 35. I Club Mercado saw) Market Street.
I The Demarco Foundation Albany Street.
I The Honeycomb 36—38;) Blair Street. 220 438 l.
I The Jartacalte 28 King's Stables Road.
I The Lane 7 Queensl'erry Street Lane. 226 (1828.
I Minus One (Carlton Highland Hotel) North Bridge. 55() 7277.
I Moray House Holyrood Road. 556
I The Moscow Bar South St David's Street. 556 (i375.
I The Music Box ‘)c Victoria Street. 225 2564.
I Hegociants l.othian Street. 225 am. I Hocking Horse Cowgale. 225 3326. I Hoyal Chimes 3 Royal Terrace. 478 7778.
I The Subway Covvgate. 225 ()766.
I The Tap 0'tauriston taut-tston Place. 22‘) 404 l .
I The Venue Caltoti Road. 557 3073. I The Wee lied Bar at lidinburgh College ()I' Art. I.auriston Place. 22‘) I442.
I City Cale ‘)pm—late. Free. Mototh and acid tall.
I Dolphin at The Subway. ‘)pit)-3atn. Free. Student night with drinks promos. I Dub Department at Negociants. l()ptn—3am. Free. Spirttually uplil'ting tltib courtesy ol' the Rude boys.
I Euro Ecosse at Club Mercado. Spin—3am. £3. Sec Mott.
I Horizontal at Century 2()()(). lt).3()pm—3am. £3 (£I students will) matriculatttm card). Aptly -named student night with all-night drinks promos.
I Killer Cocktails From Outer Space at The Citrus. l().3()pm-3am. £2. Happy Hour cocktails all night. The Teasage |)Js with all evplostve llll.\ oi indie/dance sounds at this busy illidvveeker.
I Messenger Sound System at The Venue. lem-3am. £4. 2| Aug. Roots. dancehall and dub on Scotland'spremier reggae sound system.
I Mischiel Hound Midnight at the Asbach Private Club. Beck's Spiegeltetlt. ll.,7t()pm-~3am. £(i (£4). See Fri.
I The Republic at The
Honeycombl Iptli—4am. £‘) (£7). 2| Atig. Fosters Ice lidmburgh Club Festival presents Sliel'l'leld's premier club night. The Republic. London's l'tnest. Rocky ‘n' l)iesel tiegulars at Republic). guest with their llIIlt|IlL‘ undergtound garage meets proper house l'ttston. Pat Barry supports. \Vith drum 'n' bass through the back l'rom Solid State. See Hit List.
I Hubble at The Rocking Horse. l()ptt)—3alll. £2 (l'ree bel‘ore l2.3l)am). l)rinks proiilos. Busy. studel)t-orietttated night mixing up the sort of pop. dance and indie sounds you'll hear at Katch or Shag. I Sugar Club at Cavendish. llptn—3am. £8 ill advance I't'om Xile. 23rd Precinct and Virgin. £ It) on the door. 2I Atig. Festival of dance with litltnburgh's Burger Queen residentsjoined by Tony l)e Vit and l.uvdttp. See Hit List.
I The Transporter Room at The Attic. l()pm—3am. £3 (£l ). Veteran jazz. hip hop and l'unk club w ill) regular live bands (Captain Shitty. Fresth Squee/ed. Papa's Magic Beard. etc) and hard bop avant garde grooves creatively cut up by |).ls Scotty and Sulu.
I Utopia at The I)eltlatco Foundation. llptn»-3atli. £3. See Fri
I Back To The Old Skool at The Lane.
I Ipni—3am. Free. Soul and l'unk vibes.
I Century 2000 llpm—3am. £3. See Fris. I Delicious at The Rocking Horse. llptn—3am. £3. A top quality indie-iin
club where happy people groove to anything from Aretha Franklin and The Mike Flowers Pops to Pttlp and The liluetones.
I Escher at The Venue. l().3()pm—3am. £3. 22 Aug. Fortnightly. llard house. trance and techno on the ground ﬂoor. trip ltop upstairs.
I Euro Ecosse llptn—3am. £3. See Mott. I Hammered at the Mttsie Box. It).3()pm-4am. £4. l5 and 22 Aug. Indie- tastic club with loads of drink promos (Beck's b’llp).
I JB at The City Cafe. 8.3()ptn—late. Free. /\..I. and Norton \vilh soul. look and trip ltop.
I Madchester at The Jal'l’acak'e. llpm—Sam. £3. l5 and 22 Aug. New home for Iidinburgh's busiest Thursday nighter. Iispect the usual Manc classics. I The Mambo Club at the Cavendish. l()piti—4alll. £4 (£3). Sec Fri.
I Mischiet Round Midnight at the Asbach Private Club. Beck's Spiegeltent. ll.3()ptn—3am. £6 (£4). See Fri.
I Pants at Stones. |()pm~ lam. Free. Weekly indie session with spirits at 5()p-a- slinl.
I Rhythm lab at The Moscow Bar. ltlpnr lam. Free. Weekly reggae session with .lohtmy and guest selectors.
I Salsa Viva at Cale (iral'l'iti. ll.3()pm--3anl. £5 (£4). See Still.
I Skintight at The Venue. | lpm—3am. £4 (£3 with llyer). 22 Aug. Fortnightly. Ilat'd-Itittin' hip hop iii The Cooler with His Nasty P and Reel. Artwork by Elph. llyde. Dyna and percussion from The Moveitient. plus breakdancing. kung l’u atitl skate movies on the big screen.
I Thelonious at The Basement. ‘)pm—lam. Free. The Thelonious posse iam it iazz-I‘unk-style ill the busy Broughton Street bar.
I The Unspoken Thing at Negociants. ‘)pm-3am. Free. The Merry Pranksters mainline the daze back into thursdaze with their celebrated psychedelic extravaganza. presented in ludicrous Prankstervisitm. The eclectro soundtrack cruises the superl'unk highway at about nine on the Richter scale.
I Utopia at The I)emarco Foundation. |lpm~3atn. £3. See Fri.
I Very loud Music Is Good For You at The Citrus. Input-4am. £3. Weekly. Ati exciting mixture of live music and [Ms playing predominantly indie sounds. With drinks promos from Red Stripe and Strongbow.
I Zoology at The City Cale 2. ‘)pm-2am: Free. 22 Aug. House with residents Gordon Whittaker and Phil Alcock.
92 The List I6-22 Aug T996