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GLASGOW BABBOWLIIIIII FRIDAY SIS! OCTOBER
SUNDAY 2nd NOVEMBER 0141-227-5511 3
“THE AUSTRALIAN TINK FLOYD SHOW
GLASGOW ARCHES SATURDAY 15th NOVEMBER
CLYDE AUDITORIUM @ THE SECC FRIDAY 213t NOVEMBER
DF Concerts & SJM by arrangement with 1TB present
Friday 5th December
SECC 8.0. 0141-287-7777
OLD SKOOL PREVIEW East Coast Project
Under the guidance of the East Coast Project — a collective of local DJs, musicians, and bands - a new club experience has emerged in Edinburgh. The focus for this scene - which began last year at Henry's Cellar Bar - is Lizzard Lounge (Saturdays, Cafe Graffiti), where an older crowd enjoy a mixture of old skool sounds (ska, pyschedelia, soul, jazz, funk, hip hop) and live music. The club's success (and that enjoyed by Jazz Joint and Surely at The Honeycomb) points to the strength of this new club scene.
‘I've been clubbing in Edinburgh since I was sixteen,’ recalls Toby Shippey, drummer with Lizzard Lounge faves The Basic Collective. 'Even six years ago, it would have been unthinkable to'have a Saturday night club with a live band playing at it. It would have been a joke.’
But, this mix of live bands and DJs has struck a chord with people seeking relief from house-dominated nights and found a market for clubbers who (shock, horror!) dance without drugs, flashing lights and trance-like beats.
This all-nighter is the biggest gig yet for those involved in the East Coast Project, Lizzard Lounge and similar nights. Blacka'nized headline with a full band and four MCs (Nutty P, Calvin, Matik, Mello). Jazzy-souI-funk outfit The Basic Collective support, backed by a four-piece string section. DJs are Joseph Malik, Uncle Fawaz, Eh? Wun and Gavin from Jazz Records.
(Jim Byers) I East Coast Project All-Nighter (Fringe) Flux, Jaffacake (Venue 7) 226 5738, Wed 27 Aug, 70pm—Sam, £7.50.
GLASGOW BARROWLAND FRIDAY 12th DECEMBER
CLYDE AUDITORIUM @ THE SECC SATURDAY 13thDECEMBER
SECC 8.0. 0141 -287-7777
TICKETS FROM: VIRGIN & SECC (GLASGOW), VIRGIN, ASSEMBLY ROOMS & PLAYHOUSE (EDINBURGH) |MPULSE,& CREDIT CARDS 0141-339 8383
82 THE usr 22—28 Aug 1997
JAZZ PREVIEW Stu Ritchie's Catford Devils
Drummer Stu RIICIIIQ was a famtllar figure on the Edrnburgh jazz st one a year or two back, but derided to take a familiar route south, and upped sticks for London, where he '(jult le, realised how much work I stlll have tr do.’ HIS progress can be momtored when he leads IIIS Catford Devuls hand around the current Edinburgh jazz spots, taking no Kulu's Jazz knot at the Honeycomb, Henry’s, and The Bongo Club. The band features ex-FYJO
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