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crowd than the Fridays. btit still dressed- ttp. Stylish party night.

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

I Revolution at Havana. Spin—midnight. Free. DJ Tchico of Virtrnga with his lttsty |.atin sounds. Pre- clttb.

I Ripe at Planet Peach. |().30pm~3am. £7 (£5). Free before midnight. New night huge tunes and anthems from Jason and Mark.

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

I Dream Team 015 at Nice ‘n‘ Sleazy. Oprn—midnight. Free. 2| Nov only. After the wild success of David Holmes last month. Sleazies hold another ftill bar event with Maui and Paul Hart (Primal Scream) DJing.

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

I Spectrum at The Hive (GUU). |().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 yoti go. Drinks promos.

I Strawberry Fields at Strawberry Fields. 9piii~3arn £5. ()()s to 80s pop. sottl. ftirik. Motown. party tunes plus cult videos and news reels. Drinks promos ‘)—| lpm.

I Sub Culture at Sttb Club. l().3()pm—5am. £8. Harri and Domenic

I The Late Night Sessions at Change at Jamaica. Midnight—(ram. £tbc. The legendary Mish Mash Saturday night sessions go weekly with the hottest fttnkiest breakfast in town. l.ive DJ sets and sweaty dancing from 2.45—5.3(Jam. 2| Nov it's The Jengaheads with their big beats meeting a big breakfast. 28 Nov you‘ve got DJ STS playing litre hip hop over dat fine cuisine. Mayhem of the very highest order and exactly what Glasgow needs.

I Lime at The l.ime. |().3()pm-—3am. £6 (£4). DJ Cameron Craig with progressive house arid garage. Look out for the ’Shock hour" |().3()—| |.3()pm when Aftershock and Miller is only a pound.

I Living Room at The Living Room. 8pm—midnight. Free. New York Alliance‘s Colin Walker playing deep house. Pr'e-cltib.

I Lure at Bar Satt/a. 8pm--midnight. Free. DJs Ziggy and Bob get housey for a crowd treading off to Archaos and the Tunnel. Pre-cltib.

I Made at Bar l.autrec's (upstairs). 8pm—lam. Free. New night of hip hop. drttm & bass and jungle from Franky. Fray/ and Dillon. Drinks promos all night. and although there are cheap drinks all evening. there are super promos 9- 10pm. Pre-clttb.

I Mau Sound System at The tiasr Kilbride Arts Centre. ‘)piii--2aiii. £8. 2() .\’ov. Awesotne night of braks and beats. electro and hip hop of the finest kind with Deejay Punk-Roe. Maxi 5. DJ Hooker and Martino Collins. Punk Roc successfully supported The Prodigy on their last tottr and is definitely on the tip and tip.

I Missing Links at g2. llpniaiam. £4 t£.‘~). Big beat bonanza from Neil McMillan (Hi Karate) and Michael Peck (Brass Monkeys) at this new weekly night at this new venue behind the Garage on Saticliichall Street. Drinks promos. I Poontang at The Apartment. i llptn 3am. £8. Cris Bigtizzi and guests Q playing funky house and disco. Younger l Continued over page

i I Down at The Arena. llpm--3aiit. £4.

E Metal rock and alternative night. Drinks l promos.

I Free Form at The ifsth Note (‘ltth (both floors). Miran—Rani. £3 (free before I lpm). Steven and Patti Watt with two tioors of sottl. Latin. jan. and ftitik. Sat 28. l3th Note's first birthday with live salsa band. free residents tapes and some booze for rrowt.

I Havana Salsa On The Boat at The Renfrew Ferry. l()pm--2am. £6 (£5) from Ticketlink/door. 28 Nov and fortnightly. Salsa. iiierengtie. blrangra. world music and much more lrip swinging beats with DJ Jazz on the decks.

I Heat at Tin Pan Alley. llpnt 3am. £5 (£4). Commercial house at this city centre venue.

I The Garage Input-3am. £(it£~l)1£l off before Ilpm. Big. brash and unashamedly happy to put the good time party groove into your Saturday night with a wide spread of commercial anthems in the main room and indie inspiration upstairs. (iet there early as the queries start snaking tip the street well before the pttbs close.

I Home Cookin' at Baba/a. 55(me 3am (DJs from llptn). £5 (free before I lpiii). Pumping mix frorti Jamie Strang funk. rare groove and hip hop and definitely no house. I lnsideout at The Arches. |().3()pm—4am. £l2 (£1 1 ). 28 .\'ov and monthly. The mighty lnside ()tit gets bigger and bigger with three of the world's toppermost hard house DJs (.lereiiiy Healy. Seb l'ontaine. Tall Pauli rocking the Arches tonight.

I Kenny H at Russell’s Bar/Cafe.

8—l lpm. Free. legendary drtiiiitiier and now turned DJ with deep. ia/ly house. I Knucklehead at (ilasgtm School Of Art (upstairs). |()pm late. £4 (£2 50 Glasgow School of Art students) Underground electronica presented by dem DJs Jilkes and Hatch. Into its fourth year and consolidating itself as the cltib to hear true ftitik technology. Freaky dancing actively encouraged.

I Classic FM at Fury Murry's. ||prn--3.|5ani. £5 (£3). Club classics in the main room with DJs Jim Downie and Sean Webster. Quality indie music from Twister upstairs at this generally studenty venue. I Cleopatra's at Cleopatra's. |().3()pm—2.3()arri. £7. Pop. 7()s and 80s party tunes pltrs drinks promos. ()ver 2 I s only.

I Club 69 at Rocksy‘s Basement. Input—2.30am. £5. Martin. \‘y'ilba and Barrie of dance record shop Rub-A-Dtib playing the best and deepest from the underground. joined frequently by guests of high standing who are not always announced before hand. Well worth the taxi fare ottt from the city. btrt note the midnight curfew. 2| Nov residents. 28 Nos Fr‘etless A/m (Holistic. Sublime. Peacefrog) playing live.

I Club Cubana at The Betisit.

()pm ~2arn. £4 (£3). 2| .\'ov and fortnightly. (Treat Latin sounds with proceeds going to the Scottish Cuban Solidarity Campaign.

I Cul De Sac Cul De Sac Bar. ()pnr-rnidniglit. Free. Jim Hutchison with hard house arid techno. Drinks promos. I Divine at Glasgow School Of Art (downstairs). |()pm---late. £3.50 (£2.50 Glasgow School ()fArt students). Andrew Divine. one of the itiost familiar faces on the scene. joined by Hush Puppy for Northern sottl. Hammond grooves. bubblegum pop. wah-wah funk. Moog power and chemical breakbeats.

I Discojunky at The Arches.

llpiii 3am. £|()_ 2| .\'o\ and monthly. .lay Denham (Detroit ) joins resident Stevie Donaldson for rolling tech house without too many crunchy or squelchy bits. ()ttt in the back bar the liast \"tllage Pharmacy spin hip hop. breaks and beats. while skateboarders throw themselves about on the specially constructed. Concrete Skates-sponsored skate ramp. I D] Q at ()cho. 8pmr—niidnight. Free. Glasgow's fay otirite deep cut-tip disco house DJ resident here every week. pltis a few guests too. Pre-cltib.

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