I living Room at The Living Room. Spin—midnight. Free. New York Alliance‘s Colitr Walker playing a deep house mix. Pre-club.

I Lure at Bar Sauza. Spin—midnight. Free. DJs Ziggy and Bob get housey for a crowd heading off to Archaos and the Tunnel. Pre-club.

I Made at Bar Lautrec's (upstairs). Spin—lam. Free. New night of hip hop. drum ‘n‘ bass and jungle from Franky. Frayz and Dillon. Drinks promos all night. and although they're cheap all evening. there are super promos 9— 10pm. Pre-club.

I Missing Links at g2. l lpm-3am. £4 (£3). Big beat bonanza frorn Neil McMillan (Hi Karate) and Michael Peck (Brass Monkeys) at this new weekly night at this new venue behind the Garage on Sauchiehall Street. Drinks promos.

I Polo Lounge at The Polo Lounge. l().3()pm—3am. £5. Take the choice of the Polo Lounge upstairs. open until 3am. downstairs for DJ lna with a camp mix of housey faves and anthems. or down in the Trophy Room with Andy for 80s pop. punk and new wave. Gay.

I Revolution at Havana. Spin—midnight. Free. DJ Tchico of Virtrnga with his lusty Latin sounds. Pre- cltrb.

I Ripe at Planet Peach. I().3()pm—3am. £7 (£5). Free before midnight. New night with huge ttrrres and anthems from Jason and Mark.

I Salsa Night at The Cross Bar. 8pm- rnidnight. Free. Busy salsa nights from Senor Melo Coton aka Mr Peaches. Drinks promos.

I Salsa Sabrosa at McChuill's (High St). 8.30pm—midnight. Free. 7 Nov. Karen Pasi's salsa night with DJ Keith Dinnie.

I The Shed at The Shed. l()pm—2am. £5 (£4). Ronnie upstairs playing 90s classic house. Graeme Ferguson iii the main room with commercial dance favourites. Drinks promos. Brand new club for the sotrthside from the team behind the Garage.

I Spectrum at The Hive (GUU). l().3()pm-2.3()am. Free (students only). DJ John McCormack playing as wide a range of music as he can get away with. What kind of music is that then John‘.’ ‘l-Zvery kind of music' he says. so there you go. Drinks promos.

I Strawberry Fields at Strawberry Fields. 9pm-3am. £5. 60s to 80s pop. soul. ftrnk. Motown. party tunes plus cult videos and news reels. Drinks promos ‘)—l lpm.

I Sub Culture at Sub Club. l().3()pm—5arn. £8. Harri antl Domenic lord it over the legendary night of nice 'n' groovy. hard-hittin'. funky house at the king of Scottish underground dance venues. This is still one of the hottest. ass-shakin’. no-holds barred nights in the country. l4 Nov. Andrew Weatherall guests. Said Right Hon. Lord Sabre will be packing his house records tonight. like he did a couple of years back for a Subbie Christmas do and it was dead. dead good. so hoorah for the man with limitless talents.

I The Temple at The Temple. llpm—3am. £6. The main night at this new venue with Geoff Montford. Chris Harris and Scott Ritchie (ex-Archaos) playing upfront house and garage in the Temple space.

I Total at The Caledonian University Student Union. l()pm- 3am. £3. Traditional. know all the songs. sing heartin in lotrd drunken voices student indie night from the master of the form Mr Tam Coyle.

I Trash at Trash. llpm~-3artt. (£7) £5. Dressy. slightly older (btrt still up for it) crowd with house and garage in Room ()ne from DJ brother team Mathew and Peter and soul. swing and R&B in Room Two from Paul N'lie.

I Triumph at The Tunnel. “pm—3.30am. £7 (£5). A huge night of Italian and UK house at one of the country's best looking venues. Colin Tevendale and Steven McCreery take on the main room while Kevin McFarlane

and Steven Lee offer up a different vibe with a wide mix of soul. funk and dance classics in room two. Smart dress-code. 7 Nov. The Tunnel welcome one of the best house DJ and producers just about anywhere. Mr Roger Sanchez. Go check out what the man from Queens has to say about the smell of vanilla and what you can get him at the bar over at our Q&A. l4 Nov. Chris + James of Stress records guest

I Under The Influence at the Bedsit. 9pm—2am. £4 (£3). l4 Nov and monthly. House and techno from Glen. Martin and Guy. I Velvet Rooms lOpm—3pm. £8 (£4 before midnight). DJ Scud in Room Two with house. garage and club classics. John Lyons in Room One playing mellow hip hop. swingbeat and classic soul.

I Wired at Strathclyde University Student Union (Level 8). l()pm—3am. £2 (£1.50); open to students and four guests. Dance. indie and 60s from DJ John Aldiss. Drinks promos. Club anthems in The Dark Roorn frotn Mark l).

I Yang at Yang. l lpm—‘3am (bar open from 6pm). £5 (free before llpm). Nic Nouveau and Occasional Lynne with sublime house in the Room One. Naeem playing R&B. hip hop and soul in room two with Sony album launches the last Saturday of the month. ‘Nucleus‘ is settling happily into the back club room with Jim and Brian working this classic sweatbox in a deep electronica style joined on the last Saturday of each month by international Soma recording artist Funk D‘Void. Drinks promos. First club in years to come anywhere near the Subbie.


I Bennet's at Bennet‘s. li.30pm—3am. £3 (£2). Up-tempo high energy with John Frazer. Gay. Drinks promos.

I Blender at The l3th Note (downstairs). l0pm-3am. £2. Live bands and then people from bands playing some records. Simple as that.

I Budda at Budda. 8pm-midnight. Free. New York Alliance‘s Colin Walker playing a deep mix to bring your weekend to a close. Drinks promos.

I Cleopatras at Cleopatras. lO.30pm—2.30am. £3 (£2) Pop. 70s and 80s arty tunes plus drinks promos.

I C ub Mouth at The l3th Note Club. l()pm—2.30am. £2 (free before I lpm). Bizarre eclectic mix of ‘Guitar. beats. punk psych. past. present. future'. with a late-drinking. nae dancin' policy brought to you by Marky P. et al.

I Club Tropicana at The Garage (upstairs). llpm-3am. £3 (£2). Two DJs called Brian playing indie. Britpop and maybe some retro stuff too. Drinks promos.

I Coma at McPhabbs. 7—l lpm. Free. Nice lazy Sunday session of mellow dance tracks from Soma's Glen Gibbons. I Crucial Vibes at Yang (Room Two). ()prn—lam. Free. Melodic reggae and upbeat dancehall from the Crucial Vibes crew. Drink rotnos.

I Cubana hant at Havana. 8pm—midnight. Free. An evening of easy Latin. Latin-jazz and Latin funk from Gordon Watson plus guests.

I Cul De Sac Cul De Sac Bar. ()ptn—midnight. Free. Tania Swift playing an across-the-board mix of ‘Sunday' tunes from tripped-out jazz to drum 'n' bass.

I Cut 'N' Candy at The Candy Bar. 8—midnight. Free. Scott Ritchie and Geoff Montford playing a chunky vocal garage warmer before their night up at The Temple. Drink promos.

I Cut 'N' Paste at The Temple.

l lpm—3am. £5 (£3). DJs Geoff Montford. Chris Harris. Stevie Middleton. Scott Ritchie anti. once a month. Simon Foy. Deep house and garage from the boys. Drinks promos.

I Drmanche Fan! at Le Petit Pain (239 Byres Road). 5—9pm. Weekend recovery sesh of damn fine hot coffee. fresh soup. pastries and the one and only DJ Friendly helping Cole Porter greet the new beats. Exactly what we need.

I Divine at Brel. 8.30—l lpm. Andrew and Alan Divine (Glasgow School Of Art) play you the stuff they play for themselves at home. Retro soul. Bobby Gentry. movie themes. etc. Pre-club.

I Disco Connection at Yang (Room One). 6pm—lam. Free. Funked up disco and rare groove from DJ Kev. Drinks promos.

I Disco Extravaganza. at Fury Murry‘s. llpm—3am. £3 (£2). Studenty night of party tunes from DJs Dave and Phil. All drinks £l.

I Ego Trip at The Apartment. llpm—3am. £5. Jim Da Best with his usual cheesy mix of pop and club classics. £l a drink.

I Fleapit Film Club at The l3th Note Club (basement). l()pm—2.30arn. £2 (free before llpm). Cult films plus DJs and bands.

I Jitterati at Club Budda. l lpm—3am. £4. Michael Kilkie (Tunnel/Uber Disko) with a deeper mix than his Tunnel night. but still playing upfront house in this new venue. Drink promos.

I Le Petit Pain at Le Petit Pain. 3-- 7pm.Free Weekly. DJ Friendly plays Cole Porter and greets the new beats. A great place to chill out and wind the weekend down.

I Leroc at The David Lloyd. Paisley. 7.3()-l().3()pm. £2 (free if you mention T/H’ List). French jive classes open to all. Also in Glasgow on Wednesdays.

I Lift at The Lime. llpm—3am. £6 (£4). Ray Davren with a classic funk trip and most drinks a ( uid.

I Liquid Coo at Babaza. l()pm—3am. £5 (£3). Uplifting vocal garage anti house from Al. Kris Keegan and lain Thompson. Drinks promos.

I LiVIng Room at The Living Room. Spin—midnight. Free. Cris Biguzzi from the Apartment with deep house. Pre club. I Optimo at The Sub Club. I lpm—3am. £4 (£3). Freakbeat electro. driving Detroit and 80s synthpop twisted deck action from yer hosts Jilkes and Twitch plus live bands and film events. Drinks promos all night. Say yes to another excess.

I Planet Peach at Planet Peach. l0.30pm-3am. £5 (£3). Free before midnight. New night hip hop. funk. house. big beat and disco from lan Hanlon. All drinks £l.2().

I Please Yourself at Trash. l lpm-3am. £5 (£3). Paul N'Jie with a mellow Sunday mix from ftrnk. soul. swing and hip hop to garage. Drinks promos.

I The Shed at The Shed. l()pm—2am. £3 (£2). Martin Hesketh upstairs playing chart house and garage. Drinks promos. Brand new cltrb for the southside from the team behind the Garage.

I Shirley's Temple at Archaos. llpm-3am. £5 (£3). Ms Alston and his/her alter ego Jonnie Rocket playing a hard house soundtrack in the main room while all about hitn things get a bit weird. Stilt walkers. fire eaters. trapeze artists. tattoos. ear piercing and anything else they fancy booking. Patrl Traynor and Thomas Kelly are resident in Bar l with R&B. hip hop. swing and soul. Drinks promos.

I Ska Sunday at Nice 'n’ Sleazy (ground floor bar). 2--opm. Free. DJ Lukey Luke with a Sunday session of Ska at this laid back Sauchiehall street bar. Occasional live sets from the Amphetameanies.

I Sorted at The Cathouse. l().3()pm—3am. £2 l .50; free before 11.30pm). Indie/alternative vibe with drinks promos. I Straight Ahead at McChuill‘s Way Out West. X—l lpm. Free. Goodfoot mob and friends playing an extremely diverse selection of soul. jazz. ftrnk and dub.

I Sueno at Barcelona. Xpm—midnight. Free. Four hours of blissed otrt tunes from main land Spain played by DJ Jazz. Pre-club.

I Tam at Mojo's. ()pm—midnight. Free. Tam Coyle with a laid back Sunday session of soul. pop and mellow guitar tunes. Very chilled. Pre-club.

I Velvet Rooms l lpm—3am. £5. Martin Hesketh in Roorn One. playing mellow hip hop. swingbeat and classic soul. Ronnie Bell in Room Two. with an open mix from classic house to soul. All drinks £ 1.

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. x. .1” 5." 1 Name? Andrea Parker. Who is she? DJ, recording artist, singer,» a producer and cellist. -- A bit oiva busy bee then? Semewhat. Andrea’s just returned from a tour Dling in the underground clubs in Germany. Her mix album in the prestigious lK7 series, 0} Kicks, has received much critical acclaim. Her own, long awaited album, Kiss My Arp, will be released by Mo‘ Wax early in 1999. And she‘s visiting Club 69 in Paisley on 14 Nov. Anything interesting in the record bag? ’There's lots of old-school electro. Man Parish, C.O.D., Nucleus, and then there's a lot more of what l call proper 905-styie electro like Panic Tracks and

the new Underground Resistance.’

What is an Andrea Parker-DJ set like? 'I always try and build from hip hop electro into heavier techno, but it is all very 808 drum machine-orientated. But i still can’t help playing my classics, like Car! Craig‘s "Desire", in every set. We even got a back~up of that. i like to get all different styles into one set. l‘m a huge fan of the tougher style of electro at the moment. l play a lot of that.‘ Define electro: 'Electro started back in the 805. it's lots of 808 drum machine with strange vocoders and stuff going through it. t like the stiffness and the off-beat of electro. and a lot of it is really, really funky.’

How about that album? Kiss My Arp is considerably different. Although those electro beats run through it, this is down tempo stuff which slinks in, low and melancholy, from the leftfield. Andrea’s voice is somewhat ethereal and the orchestrations are well lush. Home listening it most certainly is, althOugh Andrea has a couple of instrumental dub plates from it which she plays out. What‘s an 'Arp‘ when it’s at home? Glad you asked. It’s an ancient kind of analogue synthesiser. Hence the saying 'it came in with the Arp’. When they were built, they would have cost the same as a home to buy. Now they tester in studios, waiting for the likes of Andrea to make beautiful music on them. (Thom Dibdiri)

a Andrea Parker 015 at Club 69, Paisley on Sat 74 Nov. 01 Kicks is out now on “(7.

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