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I Bughouse at The Bout. I lpni—3am. £3 (£2). Dan and (‘hris playing funky house. £l :1 int. vodka mix ()0p.
I Cream C eese at The Savoy. llpm—3am. £2. New night ofcheese- tastic fttnky. chunky party tunes and a large lttmp of cheese above the door. Drink promos.
I Dub Night at The Variety Bat. 8pm—midnight. Free. Stevie Donaldson from Bar l0 and other fine establishments round town plays dttb. I Eden ill The Velvet Rooms. llpm-3am. £3 (£2). Alan Ronald plays Britpop in Room ()ne and Scott Mckay plays mellow house in Room Two. Drinks promos.
I Knights Of The Round Table at The Cross Bar. Spur—midnight. Hip hop. big beat attd house with cheap pints.
I Pump at Betty's i‘vlayonnaise. 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. £4 (£2). lnsane. drunken shenanigans eased along nicely by the charty chooiis of Gerry and Iain in the main room. Staggering drink promos. I The Shimmy Club at Bennets. ll.30pm—3ani. £3 (£l.50). Raymond Davren's party-t} pe affair at the straight night in this gay \enue. Drinks promos. I Solo at The Temple. llpm—3am. £3 (£2). New student night in this new venue with Mr cheese to please. Jitn Da Best (Apartment) bringing his party mayhem to the Temple. Drinks promos. I Sunny D at The l.ime. llpm --3am. £3 (£2). Student chatty. party mix from DJ Florida Bob with cheap drinks.
I Tam's Terrific Tuesdays at The l3th Note (Basement). l0pm—3ain. £2. Tam Coyle. the original student night DJ. with a new night of indie music from the 70s- 90s. Drinks promos.
I T.|.T at Trash. l0.3()pm—3am. £3 (£2). Studentish night featuring DJ Rory with house classics and future anthems in Rootn ()ne; Grahame with student faves in Room Two; and new karaoke/pop quiz/general nonsense from Monty Fuck in Rootn Three. Drinks promos.
I Tom at Bar Brel. Xpm—midnight. Free. Regular drum & bass interactive (tight with DJs. producers and live bands. Bandido - DS Murray Quartet's drum & bass project are residents with forthcoming guests including Project ()9. Ground Control. Ed Higgins. [)S Murray Quartet. Paul Welsh and Tania Swift. Drinks promos.
I ? at The Apartment. l lpnt—3am. £5 (free before midnight). Vocal house and garage at this night from Mark Thompson and Harry where the question is: just how drunk do you want to get'? With £l drinks promos. that‘ll be very drunk. barman. thank you very much.
I 70s Wonderland at The (‘aihoiise
l lpni—3ani. £2 (£l.50'. free before ll.30pm). Silly seventies disco and funk with sillier drinks promos.
I Bennets ll.30pm—3am. £2.50 (£1.50). DJ Sara with upbeat dance. Gay. Drinks promos.
I Big Daddy at The l3th Note (‘lub (upstairs). l lpm--3am. £l. Big Daddy ensures us he's presenting a ‘half-nelson
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of funk. jazz. hip hop and petite beats' every week so there you go. make of that as you will.
I Ceroc at Glasgow University Union. 7.30-l().30pm. £5 (£4). Easy to learn modern jive classes. Beginners welcome every week and there‘s no need to bring a partner.
I Chopper at Betty‘s Mayonnaise. l0.30pm—3.30ain. £4 (£2.50). House. 90s disco and pop frotn Matt Munro. Drinks promos.
I East Village Pharmacy at Yang. opm— I am. Night of hip hop. breaks and beats from the crew formally establishing themselves tip the OM. In conjunction with Concrete Skates. Drink promos. Look out for ftill scale forthcoming activities.
I Electric Boogy at Club Budda.
l lpm—3am. £3. New night from the Jengaheads in this new venue. securing them their first residency for a while. Big beat to hip hop and all points between. Drinks promos. 25 Nov. Adam F (Friction/Marine Parade) returns after his storming set for the .lengas in August. He asked if he could do the night. and will be about for a couple days.
I FAB at Babaza. llpm--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 Frequency at The Temple. l0pm--3am. £5 (£4) 2 Dec only. Frequency Tour with the best of drum & bass featuring local champs KMC‘ and The Future Engineers with BC Bound. Digital & Spirit. and Total Science.
I Jengaheads at The Living Room. ()pin-midnight. Free. Mainly big beat session with some daft tunes thrown in for good measure. from the stars in the ascendant Martyn aitd Ali. Drinks promos.
I Lick at Trash. llpm—3am. £3 (£2). Paul N'Jie playing house. hip hop atid funk in the smaller. cosier room of Trash. Drinks promos.
I Nice For Students at The Bom. llpm—3am. £3 (£2). Disco Dave playing cheesy tunes. ()(Jp vodka mix and slammer and U selected bottled beers. I Planet Peach at Planet Peach. l0.3()pm~3ani. £5 (£3) Free before midnight. New night of R&B and uptempo soul from Martin Hesketlt at this new cltib in the old Basement. Drinks promos.
I Pushy at The Velvet Rooms. l0.3()pm—3am. £3 (£2). Stevie Smith with happy house. garage and classic dance in the main room of this good- looking club with a dressy clientele.
I Quest at The (.‘aledonian Student Union. 9pm~2am. Free. Dance anthems and hard house from DJs Steven and Kennv Gilroy.
I Relax at The Lime. llpm—3am. £3 (£2). 80s all the way. in tne venue which w as so cool in the 80s. Marti l’ellow used to hang ottt there. Drinks promos.
I Salsa Y Sabor at Havana. Spin—midnight. Free. Academia de Salsa and Club Cubana DJ Shannon presenting a delicious blend of modern and retro salsa and tnerengue. Free. Pre-club
I Shu Hirita at The Cul De Sac. Rpm—midnight. Free. Newjazzy drum & bass pre-club frotn new name to the circuit Shit Hirita.
I Soundcheck Club at Strawberry Fields. 9pm—3ani. £3. Now moved from the 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 Souped Up at The Garage. l0.3()pm—3am. £3 (£2). lain Hanlon with poppy student good time party tunes. Drinks promos.
I Temple Music at Air ()rganic. Spin—midnight. Free. 25 Nov and last Wed of the tnonth. Specialist drum & bass outing with KMC and The Future Engineers playing their own and promo dth plates.
The Sunburst Band: 'Here Come The Sunburst Band' (Z) Fine album from Dave Lee aka Joey Negro aka Rave Maize with everything from poppy elevator music to electro funk spectaculars. Retro disco meets UK house up on the podium with their hands in the air. While other artists are getting a bit up their arse with the whole revival thing, Joey Negro does in proper, Brit-take tongue in cheek style. Various: 'Sasha-Global Underground 009-San Francisco' (Boxed) Sasha is one of the finest DJs in the world and this compilation wipes the loors with most of the other mix albums out Just now. Trouble lS, you really need a bedroom the Size of a 5000 capacity club and a sound system to match to really get the best from this album. Play it loud, play it proud to tide you over until the god returns again. Various: 'Nu Jazz Generation’ (Clean UP) There's a big sticker on the front of this reading ’Don‘t file under jazz' and for good reason, too. More experimental than some of the other future funk collections that have been out, and tending towards the soundtrack-y side of big beat. Surprises at every turn. Various: 'Soma Volume 5’ (Soma) More proof that Soma are one of the most diverse, inspirational labels around. Just an outstanding album that brings together their finer releases from the past twelve months from double deep jazz funk to Detrort style techno. Tracks from Universal Principals (Stuart McMillan, Glen Gibbons, Nick Peacock), Chaser (Lars Sandberg, Nigel Hayes). Human Arts (Ashley Beedle, Diesel), Funk D'Void, Silicone Soul and a D) Q mix of 90 degrees' 'Counter Plan'. Various: 'Solevisions Volume One' (Sole Music) Alongside Soma and Glasgow Underground, Stevie Middleton's labels Solemusic, Tronicsole and Discosole make you proud to live in Glasgow. Stunnineg superior compilation with compilation from Basement Jaxx, Daddy's Favourite, DJ Q, Mike Banks and loads more. We'll have a chat with Middleton next issue.
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