Hold your breath no longe , Derrick Carter plays Tribal Funktion, Sat 10 Oct.

I Echo Beach at The Polo Lounge. 9.30-midnight. Free. DJ Jon playing classic 80s retro with a touch of punk and new wave. Gay.

I Happy Mondays at The Barony Bar (Strathclyde University Union). Spin—lam. Free. Classic indie tunes from the likes of The Roses. Charlatans. St Etienne and unsurprisineg The Happy Mondays. Drinks promos.

I Psy Phy at Nice ‘n’ Sleazy (ground floor bar). 9pm—midnight. Free. Paul and Alex from the Sub Club’s Thursday night club with drum & bass and hip hop.

I Speedracer at The Garage. 10.30pm-3am. £3 (£2). Bank manager by day. DJ by night. Steven mixes up a few indie-dance classics and retro tunes for a busy. up-for-it crowd in the main room. Dn'nks romos.

I Tam s Preview at King Tut‘s Wah Wah Hut (bar). 8.30pm—midnight. Free. Tam Coyle with a DJing preview of the music from the new bands of the bands soon to be appearing at the city‘s venues in future weeks. so you can learn the words and singalong when they come.


I 99p at The Barony Bar (Strathclyde University Union). Spin—lam. Free. Most drinks are 99p and you‘ve got classic party tunes from DJ Phil.

I Brazilica at Havana. 8pm-midnight. Free. Brazilian dance music and cool Latin jazz from DJ Macio in this bar/restaurant. Happy hour 5—7pm.

I Buffo at The l3th Note Club (ground floor). llpm—3am. £l. Jer (from Dawson) hits the turntables with some noisy guitars. dub. drum ‘n' bass. hip hop and jarring unrelated chunks of folk music from around the globe.

I Bughouse at The Born. 1 lpm—3am. £3 (£2). Dan and Chris playing funky house. £l a pint. vodka mix 60p.

I Ceroc Dance at The Underground. 7.3()—l().30pm. £4.50 (£3.50). Ceroc is an easy-to-learn. modern jive with classes here every week. Beginners are welcome. No dance experience is required and you don‘t need to bring a partner as the teaching methods ensure everyone mixes together. No need to book.euhen

I Eden at The Velvet Rooms. llpm—3am. £3 (£2). Alan Ronald plays Britpop in Room One and Scott Mckay plays mellow house in Room Two. Drinks promos.

I Havana Fiesta Espanola at The October Cafe’. 8pm—midnight. Free. l3 Oct and monthly. DJ Jazz bringing you all the latest in rumba. flamenco from Madrid and Barcelona.

I Jengaheads at Nice ‘n’ Sleazy (ground floor bar). 9pm—midnight. Free. Martyn and Ali. your friendly neighbourhood heeds with hip hop and big beat for our ears.

I Knights The Round Table at The Cross Bar. 8pm—midnight. Hip hop. big beat and house with cheap pints.

I Pump at Betty‘s Mayonnaise. llpm—3am. £3 (£2). Paul Traynor with a happy mix of hip hop. soul and funk in the intimate atmosphere of Betty's. Drinks promos.

I Shooting Stars at The Garage. llpm-3am. £3 (£2). insane. drunken shenanigans eased along nicely by the charty choons of Gerry and lain in the main room. Staggering drink promos.

I The Shimmy Club at Bennets. ll.30pm—3am. £3 l .50). Raymond Davren‘s party-type affair at the straight night in this gay venue. Drinks promos.

I Sunny D at The Lime. llpm—3am. £3 (£2). Student charty. party mix from DJ Florida Bob with cheap drinks.

I Tam's Terrific Tuesdays at The 13th Note (Basement). lOpm—3am. £2. Tam Coyle the original student night DJ with a new night of indie music from the 70s-90s. Drinks promos.

I T.I.T at Trash. 10.30pm—3am. £3 (£2). Studentish night featuring DJ Rory with house classics and future anthems in Room One; Grahame with student faves in Room Two; and extra beats in Room Three. Drinks promos.

I Tom at Bar Brel. 8pm—midnight. Free. Regular drum ‘n' bass interactive night with DJs producers and live bands. Bandido DS Murray Quartet's drum 'n‘ bass project are residents with forthcoming guests including Project ()9. Ground Control. Ed Higgins. [)5 Murray Quartet. Paul Welsh and Tania Swift. Drinks promos.


I 705 Wonderland at The Cathouse.

l lpm-3am. £2 (£1.50; free before ll.30pm). Silly seventies disco and funk with sillier drinks promos.

I Bennets 11.30pm—3am. £2.50 (£1.50). DJ Sara with upbeat dance. Gay. Drinks promos.

I Big Daddy at The 13th Note Club (upstairs). llpm—3am. £l. Big Daddy ensures us he's presenting ‘a half-nelson of funk. jazz. hip hop and petite beats‘ every week so there you go. make of that what you will. .

I Chopper at Betty‘s Mayonnaise. l0.30pm—3.30am. £4 (£2.50). House. 90s disco and pop from Matt Munro. Drinks promos.

I Cul De Sac at CU! De Sac Bar.

9—l 1pm. Free. Richard Brown. of Glasgow‘s Soma Records. guesting every week with a huge pile of white labels. Dn'nks promos. Pre-club.

I Cool Lemon at Nice ‘n‘ Sleazy (ground floor bar). 9pm—midnight. Free. Housey guys Paterson and Price who used to play the Arches every month. bringin their dee sound to Sleazy's.

I Dou Ie 6 Clu at the Sub Club. llpm—3am. £6. Weekly from 14 Oct. London's legendary games meets lounge core night finally finds a regular home in Glasgow. They‘ve tried a couple oftimes before. but it hasn’t really worked. fingers crossed for them this time. You might have seen their tent at T in the Park. with all your favourite board games. from Buckaroo to Twister on the menu and a lush easy- listening sound track. Top class alternative entertainment night out affair.

I Elements at Trash. llpm—3am. £6. 14 Oct only. Brief return for the Elements drum ‘n' bass night. with a guest appearance by Alex Reece. taking time out from re-recording his new album on his own label Al's Records. Residents tonight are Kemal. Rob. Stevie and Tania. See Hit list.

I FAB at Babaza. l lpm—3am. £3 (£2). DJ Skud with funky house and garage grooves moving the Wednesday night he used to run at the now defunct Reds. Drinks promos.

I .lengaheads at The Living Room. ()pin-mitlnight. Free. Mainly big beat session with some daft tunes thrown in for good measure. from the stars in the ascendant Martyn and Ali. Drinks promos.

I Lick at Trash. llpm—3am. £3 (£2). Paul N'Jie playing house. hip hop and funk in the smaller. cosier room ofTrash. Drinks promos.

I Nice For Students at The Bom. llpm—3am. £3 (£2). Disco Dave playing cheesy tunes. 60p vodka mix and slammer anti £l selected bottled beers. I Planet Peach at Planet Peach. 10.30pm—3am. £5 (£3). New night of R&B and tip-tempo soul from Martin Hesketh at this new club in the old Basement. Drinks promos.

I Pushy at The Velvet Rooms. l0.30pm—3am. £3 (£2). Stevie

Smith with happy house. garage and classic dance in the main room ofthis good looking club with a dressy clientele.

I Quest at The Caledonian Student Union. 9pm—2am. Free. Dance anthems and hard house from DJs Steven and Kenn Gilroy.

I Sa sa Y Sabor at Havana. Rpm—midnight. Free. Latin divas Farah. Duncan and Shannon present a delicious blend of hard and soft salsa (l tend to prefer crunchy myself) and merengue. Pre-club.

I Soundcheck Club at Strawberry Fields. 9pm—3am. £3. Now moved from Thursday nights. a great opportunity to see four new local bands each week. Bands on until midnight and then it's patty tunes for the rest of the night.

I Sticky Fingers at The Attic (Garage entrance). l0.30pm-3am. £2 (£l). Gerry with indie and retro sounds. Drinks promos.

listings GLIJBS


SINGLES " Popped: ‘Pool Boona' (liber Disko) '

This local stomper was made to be - screamed across stacks in clubs nationwide. Definite crowd pleaser, damned if.you don't end up singing la-la- la as well. The flipside holds Psyko Milky‘s ‘lgnition' which is a slightly more chilled affair, some great disco bits and sampled pieces provide the right ingredients. Excellent stuff. (SB)

Kayashl: ‘Remorse' (Platoon)

Much awaited local release, this piece of plastic houses two quality trance-y tunes,

‘Remorse' and on the flipside 'Regression‘.


Club 69 Feat. Suzanne Palmer: ‘Alright’ (Twisted UK)

A cheeky anthem waiting to happen, it features whiny vocals and a catchy riff which will have girls dancing around their handbags nationwide. (A8)

House Of Prince Feat. Oezleni: ’Perfect Love‘ (Twisted UK)

A thumper of a bass drum. some chiming bells and sensual vocals are the right ingredients which will make this house track a huuuge hit. (A8)

Adamslti's Thing: ‘intravenous Venus’ (211' Records)

My favourite tune for the week. Twangy vocals over a dark headz mix and also a more upbeat guitar-y version will remind you exactly what a brilliant song sounds like. There have been too few recently. (A8)

Gent 2: ‘Destlny’ (Locked 0n)

Stepped up garage, getting a release at last, with a neat vocal treatment on the main mix. Also a couple of jazz-tinged remixes from New Horizons and Rhythm Masters which slap those b-lines in, big and dark. (TD)


Future Loop Foundation: ‘Conditions For Living' (Planet Dog)

A strong showing on the drum 'n' bass tip, with Mark Barrott working from hard- stepping floor fillers like ’Conditions For Living' and ‘Remote Viewing’ to the more ambient soundscapes oi ‘Moog Rd’. Sometimes a bit obvious on the programming front. but otherwise ever» inventive. (T D)

Neotropic: ‘Mr Brubakers Strawberry Alarm Clock‘ (Ninja Tune)

For a few minute, Riz Maslen semms to be

providing an object lesson in ambient nurdling. Then she drops a reverberating b-line, stabs in an acid break, blasts out a

B-movie theme tune and sets her sights on

a Sunday morning soundtrack. Scarey stuff. (T D)

Various: ‘Sound Of The Hoover 2’ (Truelove)

A thrilling double mix CD from John Truelove for those who like their house hard, their trance banging and to hear a few old-school rave anthems pumping up

the mix. intelligently done, too with nary a

dull moment. (T D)

Tin Star: 'The Thrill Kisser' (V2)

At its best, on Disconnected Child‘. this drops somewhere between John Foxx's songs and Underworlds beats. And with plenty of lush pomp rockery and down- tempo winsomeness it's got strong cross- over potential. What you might call Sequencer Rock. (T D)

Reviewers this issue: Simone Baird. Andrew Belorult and Thorn own. '-

8—22 Oct 1998 THE LIST75