10.30pm 3am. £5. |0()ct. Fortnightly. The super sounds of the 70s in this smart venue with a fun crowd. Happy Hour llpm trittil iiiidtiiglit.
I Kingdom at The ()utliouse. 8pm lam. Free. Happy house. garage and disco witlt John McDonald.
I The Lane at The Lane. llpm 3pm. £3 before midnight; £5 thereafter; titembers free. Residents Jon Flowers and Kev :Mc(iinley with a wide dance-based playlist.
I The Living Room 9pm lam. Free. The Living Room presetits Andrew Moisey'. l)illon aitd (‘hrtstopher Wright with a freestyle mix of dattce sounds. Pie-club.
I Madchester at The (iallery.
llpm 3am. £3.50 members; £4.50 trott- iirembers. 17 ()ct. Fortnightly. Baggy old skool from Steven and Del Boy upstairs. Big beat and new indie downstairs with DJ Lee from FBI. Watch otit for exclusive protno nights atid Be/ l.ightyear.
I The Mambo Club at The ('avendish. l0pm -3atn. Price tbc. Swing. hip hop and soul upstairs. reggae and ragga downstairs at this long-running night ltosted by Sir ()ssie.
I Manga at La Belle Attgele. Next date 3| ()ct witlt I)J '/.inc. Monthly.
I Moroccan Clouds at P0 Na Na.
I0pm 3am. Free before llpm: £2 after. Weekly. D] 4th Varmint with disco. ftiiik. 60s. 70s. 80s. hip Itop arid cheese at this busy bar/club.
I Mulch at The Bongo Club.
llprii 3am. £5 (£4). l0 ()ct. Fortnightly: New night from the designer" behind nights like Squid. Fetislt. l)ive and Manga. l.ocal l)Js will provide the music which will range front the freshest drum ’n' bass to the cheesiest old chestnuts from the funk section at the car boot sale. The Bongo Club's new chillout room will offer an ambient selection and will showcase material. demos. etc frotn local musicians looking for a break.
I Music For The Masses at ()uttr‘ellow-s. 8.30pm lam. Free. Local l)Js mix old classics with modern chart atid student faves.
I Normal at Wilkie House. l0pm 3am. £8 (£7). 17 ()ct. Fortnightly. Infernal repetitive beats (hard house. trance and techno) w itlt various residents. I).l Seven th‘L‘lUtth/l)ttgslttl/Nlgllll‘l'L‘L‘tll guests. (‘olm Favor is tip next on 3| ()ct. Normal also have a forthcoming date with Kemrstry s Storm at The Venue on Fri 24 ()ct.
I The Outhouse S 7pm. Free. ('hill otil downstairs alter work with chilled tunes atid cheap home.
I Planet Earth at The Citrus.
llpm 3am. £4. A busy arid long-running night of 70s and 80s sounds where New Romantics. punks. glam rockers and disco freaks relive the era that others do their best to forget.
I Pure at The Venue. 10.30pm 3am. £4 members; £6 non-members. Prices vary when guests appear. ()ne of the most respected house arid techno clubs in the l‘ls' now w itlt regular nights iti
(ilasgow. Aberdeen and l.ondon A with residents Twitch. Brainstorm. l)ribbler arid The Bill. Three floor special with l)il\‘c‘ ('larke on l7 ()ct. See Phactfile. Andrew Weatherall guests in November. Pure also have dates lIl .»'\berdeen (25 ()ct info from the venue on 0|224 624 288) arid l.ondon t H) ()ct info front the venue oti 0|7l 430 ll6l ). See llit l.ist. I Purple Moon at Moray House. llprii 74am. Price the. l7 ()ct. Fortnightly. Tribal techno and acid trance. I Reaction at The Subway. l lptii 3am. £2 (free for students with matriculation card). Weekly mix of chart. dance and classic disco. I Scooter at The (igtllc‘t'y. l0.30pm 3am. £4. |()()ct. l-ortnightly. New and old indie beats downstairs. 60s and early 70s upstairs with the .Magic Bus. I Scratch at La Belle Angele. llptti 3am. Price tbc. 17 ()ct. Monthly. The lidinburgh branch of the l.ondon hip hop night Scratch moves from its previous home at Cafe (irafitti to La Belle. lidinbui‘gh's street art community will have strong representatroti. Hip hop heaven. I Seen at The Honeycomb. Next date 3l ()ct. Monthly. I Solefusion at The Honeycomb. llpm 3am. £6 (£5). l0 ()ct. Monthly. l)eep. funky. soulful house and garage from residents Mikey Stirton and Craig Smith. Sotil. funk atid hip hop through the back w rtli Sugar Ray and Sty ler. Proper music. I Soundclash at In Belle Angele. Next date 24 ()ct. Monthly. ltifo oti 0973 I42 l‘)5. I Sublime at Wilkie House. l0.3()piii 3am. £6 members; £8 rioti- members. I0 ()ct. Fortnightly. Residents ldge attd Kev Wright with hard. driving trance and a phenomenal dance floor atmosphere in the main room. ('hilled garage and deeper house upstairs with (iot'don Mac and (iary McIntosh. Visuals by Delta f). Next fortnight is a Platipus Records party. For more info call Strblirne on ()l3l 668 3043 I The Subway West End 4pm 3am. Price tbc. Student-ot‘ientated venue froth the same people beltrnd the Subway in the (‘ow gate. The music is cuttably' varied front 60s to 00s attd the drinks are double cheap. ()pen seven nights a week with l)Js on every tiiglit. I T.F.|.F. at Club Mercado. 4 l0pm. Free. l~rrday nrglits have changed forever thatiks to Happy Hour 5 6.30pm. £I drinks. £ l0 bottles of champagne and great. nostalgic music courtesy of Trendy Wendy. I Triptonite North at The Honeycomb. l0pm 3am. £6.50 members. £8.50 guests. l7 ()ct. Monthly. Sktnnymalitiky Tour Night with Rumpus i Skmnymalinky Recordst. .lay ('happell. Stuart Duncan and Adrian Davenport. Remember the pie-club party at Iguana (‘afe Bar w hiclt kicks off at 9pm. I Voodoo Chile at The Rocking Horse. llpm 3am. £3 (£2 with llyei i. Price
includes entry to Cathottse and Katch. Full of lovely boys (and girls) headbanging to heavy metal.
I Where It's At at Cafe Grafttti. I().30pm-—2am. £5 (£4). l0 ()ct and weekly. New Friday night featuring a tnix of music. film and literature. l)Js are Joseph Malik from I.i'/./.ard l.ounge arid Coliti Mclear frotn Payback Press.
I White Rabbit Society at The Lane. llprti—3am. £5. 10 ()ct. Possibly fortnightly thereafter. Wicked dance vibes from Murray Richardson. Tall Andy and John tvlacdonald.
I Atomic Baby at The Honeycomb. llpm 3am. £8. ll ()ct. Fortnightly. Big. bouncy Iiuro trancey-house pumpers from Michael Kilkie and [ammo in the main room. Garage and deeper sounds through the back with Gareth Sommer'ville.
I Bent 100% at The Gallery. Next date 25 ()ct. Monthly. Call the itifo line on ()4 H) 750 732 for more details.
I Burger Queen at Club Mercado.
l lpm—4am. £8 (£7). ll ()ct. Fortnightly. Craig. lluggy and Stella Superstar with a mix of quality house and party anthems. ()ne of Scotland's premier nights if you want it dressy. debauched and downright disgustingly dangerous to your health. Fourth birthday on 25 ()ct with a residents' night.
I Catalyst at lgtiaiia Cafe Bar. 25 ()ct. More info next issue.
I Catwalk 9pm~ l artt. Free. Gordon Whittaker and friend playing hip hop. house. ftttik and breakbeat.
I The Cavendish ‘)piii---3atn. £5. Over 25s only. Stuart dress. l.ive bands every week.
I Century 2000 llpm -3am. £5. See Fridays.
I Colours Of Love at Clttb Mercado. llprii 4am. £8 members; £l0 non- members. Membership applications arid club information on ()I6‘)8 276 866. I8 ()ct. Fortnightly. All drinks £l before midnight. Bottle of bubbly £l0 all night. Girls two for the price of one with flyer. Housey'. housey. housey with Colours regular Collin Paterson guestirig. See Glasgow listings for details of Colours at The Arches on I l ()ct with Tall Paul arid Seb Fontaine.
I Daytripper at The Gallery. llpm—3am. £4. l8 ()ct. Fortnightly. Indie with DJ Lee on one floor; easy listening. soundtracks and the like on the other.
I Disco Inferno at The Venue. l0pm--3am. £6. l8 ()ct. Fortnightly. Three burning floors of hot disco action with MC ()tis and l)Js Love and Nick Silver. Recently celebrated its fifth birthday.
I Drop Out at The Bongo Club. I0.30pm 3am. £3 before midnight. £4 after. I l ()ct. Fortnightly. The Wildebeests play live and l)Js assist.
I Earth Inferno at The Rocking Horse. llpm 3am. £3. Goth and industrial sounds.
I The Egg at The Wee Red Bar.
l lpm-3am. £3 members; £3.50 non- members. A varied playlist taking in soul. 60s. New Wave. indie. Northern. soundtracks and much. much more. There‘s a very cheap bar as well. Free photographic membership available on the night.
I Eh1 More 9pm—lam. Free. New pre- club session in the former restaurant area through the back of this stylish bar on the Royal Mile. Various local l)Js will play. There are also funky visuals and drinks promos. plus it's a mere hop. skip and a jump frotn most club venues.
I Energise at Subway. I lpm—3am. £2. Various party sounds.
I the Essance at The Shooting Gallery. First date 15 Nov. Monthly.
I Familiar at The Gallery. I lpm—3am. £7 (£6). lI ()ct. Monthly. The best in classic house frotn I990 to the present day. with residents Crosby (Colours). [)arren Davies (Atomic Baby). Martin D (Gold) and Andy Williamson.
I FBI at the Jaffacake. l().30pm—3am. £5. Photographic membership available on the night. I l ()ct. Fortnightly. The busiest and best indie night in Scotland. I Fiesta Latina at Teviot Row Union. 9.30pm—2am. £3 students; £4 non- students. I l ()ct. Every three weeks or so. Next date I Nov. Now in its sixth year. Fiesta Latina is a hugely popular Latin dartce night. There's a free dance class from 9.30pm with Alba. followed by l)Js Ana and Pancho playing the best in salsa. rnerengue. rumba and the like to an enthusiastic SOC-strong crowd.
I Grease at Moray House. I [pm—4am. £4 (£2 with ﬂyer). 70s. 80s and 90s disco - now into its second year. Excellent drinks promos.
I Groove Theory at The Honeycomb. l0.30pm—3am. £7 members; £8 non- members. Memberships available on the night. l8 ()ct. Fortnightly. Soulful garage and a touch of underground/l.ondon/ speed garage froin resident Yogi Haughton. Similar vibes. but perhaps more housey. from New York's Nelson Rosado (a monthly-ish Groove Theory resident). MC Gordon Gee is also in the house lending his voice to the proceedings. Glasgow's Mark Linton joins Bootsy and Ross in the back for an old skool session. Vocalist Carolyn Harding and Craig Smith from Solefusion guest on I Nov. ()ne for the music lovers. I Hanky Panky at La Belle Angele.
I lpm—3am. £4. II ()ct. Fortnightly. New Saturday night at La Belle catering to a shameless party crowd. Playing a mix of 70s. 80s and 90s chart and dance.
I Jakkara at Wilkie House. Next date 25 ()ct. Monthly.
I Joy at Wilkie House. £6 members; £8 non-members. 18 ()ct. Monthly. For tnore info call the Joy line on Ol3l 467 255 l. Scotland‘s biggest gay/mixed night. fresh from its fourth birthday party. Residents Maggie & Alan with pumping house and techno in the main hall. Trendy Wendy and Sally Findlay with the Fettuccini upstairs.
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