I Beat at The Vaults. It). input-3am. l’ree. 33 .-\pr. I‘ortnightlj. llard house and funky techno with .l. (‘aitimera Stamper and ()llie. Dona forget. it's free.
I Black Projects at The Honeycomb. Monthly. Next date (S May.
I 800! at l.oca. ltlpm 3am. £3 (£l ). Stey e .-\ihwal plays char ty house and
I CC. Blooms at (it‘. Brooms.
llpiii iattt. l-iee club downstairs at thi.s popular gay bar. playing a mix of comiiiei'cial dance and Iii-energy house. I Catwalk at (‘atwalk ‘lpm lam. l‘ree. ()pen decks session. Phone 335 5533 or (fill .‘s'tl7‘l35 for more information.
I Chicken Noodle Soup at The Venue. lIl.5Ill‘lll Sam Monthly. .\'o information available at time ot going to press.
I Cuba Norte at ('uba .\'oi‘te.
ltlpin Iain. l’iee. Weekly. \‘arious D.ls play a tropical tlll\ ofsal a. I.atin and meiengtie classics and hits.
I Digital Science at 'l he Venue.
‘Ii‘lll 3am. 9.3 I5 .-\p:. Monthly. I.i\e appearances liom Steve T‘rown I Real liine Records). ls.isbali (‘ool Records) and The Method plus Dis I. (Kimmera. .lochem Ilei't/og 'l’ine D.l squad) and special guest lion) .'\tl\ll'.'llltl ()llie all contribute to a night of electronic techno exploration.
I Don't Panic .it The Tap ()'l.auriston. ‘lpm lam. l‘l't‘t'. I5 is 3‘7 \pr. l'oitntghtly. 'l‘echno and trance sounds. I Dust at Sttidio 31, Hip)“. 3am. £3. Weekly l’optilai .iItciiiat: I clubollei'tttg up a selection ot metal. ll t'tlSll'IZlI. goth .iiid .I bit ot punk to an .ig‘f‘ eciatiye c'ltl‘.‘-\l.
I eh1 more .it ehl. ‘lpin lam. l-iiee. Weekly l’!e club lloiisc grooves.
I El Segundo at The Bongo ('Itib.
I lpiii iam £ i (£3 Itlc‘!:li\v‘l\l 33 .»\pr. Monthly. The finest in i" e Irip Iiop tuintable trickery lion: "p3 Scratch. feattri mg ('ee and Saint '5. (out. Tom and ('iisto. I-‘iesh i'y hines come from \l(‘s The Naked ('ircle: Toastie Tailor. .led Ill-3. ()ut ot (lider. 'l rentoii and Red (i.
I Flares at flares. 9pm Iam. l-ree. \\e.-I.Iy Displaying 7()s tunes.
I Funk at lianneiman's ~)pm lam. l‘i'ee. ‘Weekly I’re-clul‘. I-unk. soul and hip hot).
I The Funky Underground at Revolution. Iopm 3am. free if in (ills or The costume; L i before llpni; £4 after. Weekly. (‘lieesy disco night.
I Jam at l.a lielle .'\ll:JL‘I(_ lIlpm iani.‘ :5 33 4\pr only ‘.\'o evii. much fruit. cheap i‘eei. unit It talent.‘ ‘s'o. we‘re not sine w Izat they mean s‘lllli'l' What we do
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know is that ‘the usual .Iam l).l.s will be appearing and if you don‘t know who they are then ask somebody and the music policy is very. very. very. very. free and easy just like (irandma Rennie.’ (ilad we got that cleared up then.
I Jazz Joint at Henry‘s ('ellar Bar. I()pm—3am. £4 (£3). (irits 'n' (iravy Trio grace the small but perfectly formed stage while DJ Kulu and guests from the l.i[/.tll‘(l Lounge dig in the crates for some top jail. vinyl. 33 Apr sees the Trio expand to a quintet.
I La Fromagerie at the Meadows liar. downstairs. ()pin-- lam. free. 33 .-\[)t'. Fortnightly. liasy listening. mellow (an. Iii-energy disco and tasty cheese
I Love Breaks at l’o ;\'a Na. lipiii 3am. I-‘ree before I lpm: £3 after. Weekly. Membership available. Various funky sounds with Simone and Dr Jon.
I The Mambo Club at The ('ayendish. |()pin—3am. £3 cone and before llpm; £-l thereafter. Weekly. Sii'()ssie runs with the best in hip Iiop. swing. funk. sotil and R&B. ()ne of Scotland’s longest running and consistently quality nights.
I The Manga Sessions at Iguana s)pm~lam. l‘i'ee. Weekly. l’reclub Headlining residents Kid and (i-Mac selecting a special blend of hip hop. Rtvll. nu skool breaks. big beat and drum iv bass alongside Manga visuals.
I Mayday Festival at the lloiigo ('Iiity. I().3()pm 3am. £o (£5 l. 3‘) :\Pl only. .’\n evening of Afro. faint and ('aiibe celebrations with Dls. food and live music.
I Mode Organic at The (it) (is ('lth llptii 3am. Free. Weekly. New night ol ska. mod. Northern soul and ()ll\ beat
w llll Kaiser (ieoi‘ge. Simon and [loan
I Phactory at (‘ity ('ate 3, ‘lpni lam. I‘ree. 3‘) .-\pr. Monthly This month‘s theme is "underwater ’ and features a live performance from |.obe ISw in) Records) in time for the release of his new album Residents .Iustani)thabrotha and \‘innie keep fully stocked up on all that is eclectic. electronic and eccentric.
I Red, Hot And Cool at .\'o.i
lllpm 3am. liree. Weekly. Soul. hip hop arid old skool.
I Republic at Wilkie Ilouse.
l().3()piii - .‘sani. £3 ( £3 ). Weekly. .-\ new night rising from the ashes of the now defunct Rocking Horse. pioy iding a broad mix of heavy rock. punk. indie rock. iiidtistrial and goth across two rooms. Don't take your Mum.
I Ripped at The .laftacake. I lpni ittlll. £3. Weekly. .»\ llll\ of pop and indie.
I The Salsa Hut 7 Illitlpm. I-ree. (‘ool little Mexican restaurant routing the dots between great food and great music. With I).Is.
I The Ska Club at The Venue. \e\t date 6 May.
I The Subway West End .ii The Subway West [ind-1pm iain. t l. Weekly D.Is play ing chart music.
I Thursday Night Fever at the l.lt|tlltl Room. l(l..‘~llpm 3am. Students tree with matric card before l3,_i().im or lll 7()s costume: £1 otherwise Weekly Disco and chart tunes.
I The Unspoken Thing at Negociaiits ()[Tlll iam, liree. Weekly l-ieestyle break beats.
I Vibe at The Tap ( )'I.atii iston
9pm lam. l‘l'L‘L‘. 33 x\pr. l'ortinghtly. Hip hop night.
I Al's All Night Joke Shop at the Bongo(‘lub. ltlpin iain Ll betoie Ilpiii. £5 before midnight. £.\ I Lb) thereafter. It) :\pi1 Monthly .'\ll()lllc‘l'
ey ening of sensory oyeiload at the Ilongo. w llll tlte focal points being l\‘.() I3Il \ ttleo scleelts .tl etlltet ctitl ol the club broadcasting their own cabaret influenced TV show. Highlights include lrye drum iv bass from Rare faction. live ska from the Tartan Specials Dls l‘l(i\l\ ,l. l‘lashback and Demusphere |)I;t_\'llt‘.' whatever they fancy really while your hosts (iareth (‘itiikshank and Drew I'tttt'le} lead the on-scieen proceedings from the dance floor. Detiiiitely a night to remember.
I Alpha Beat Soup at The l’otterrow. Monthly. Next date 7 May.
I Apex at Studio 34. Monthly. Next date 30 Apr.
I Arakataca 2 at l.a Belle Angele. Monthly. Next date 7 May.
I Barry Cabanas at w'ilkie House. Monthly. .\iext date .‘so .-\pr.
I Cafe Aquarius at Cafe Aquarius. 9pm Iain. liree. Weekly. Tribal liunktion man the decks at this very funky bar.
I Camel Beats at The Venue.
Ill,5ll[)lll iam. £7 (£5 ). 3? .-\pr. l'oi'tnightly. Special guest Wave7 Joins the excellent Arabian Knights at this popular techno night.
I Catwalk 8pm- laiii. l‘i‘ee. Weekly. .Ioseph Malik from l.i//ard l.ounge. Blacka'nrzed and the l‘.ttsl (‘oast l’roiect spins a selection of the best music from around the world.
I Club Latino at The Bongo Club. lt)..‘~()pin 3am. £(i(£5). Monthly. Next date 30 Apr.
I Cuba Norte at (‘uba .\'orte.
ltlpm Iani. l‘ree. Weekly. I‘lamenco trio lilamenco l’uio l|\ e with [Us
I Different Is Good at iguana.
9pm lam l'ree Weekly l’re-club. I’optilar Scottish D.l (iai'eth Sommei‘ville lays down the choicest disco and ltip Itop
I Divine Divas at The Venue.
Illpni iain to Apr, £5 (£3). 3 for I before llpiii Monthly. Women only. D.Is .-\|ley \cgas and Soo/ drop house. kitsch. disco and chart tracks for a party crowd. Rashenkoti tribal belly dancers make a guest appearance.
I eh1 more at elil 0pm lam. l-ree. Stylish pievcltib bar with house arid big beat D.Is on rotation.
I Esteem at The \aults Monthly. Next date illx\pitl.
I Evol .it The I.lt|tll(l Rooms.
to illl‘ll) lain LVI Weekly. .-\ hardy mix coyeiint' indie and pop to (dis aitd datice.
I FBI at llolyrood l'nion. 3-I .'\t‘l'.
9pm—3am. £5 (£4): free with flyer. l-‘ortnightly. Relocated after a sojourn at the Jaffacake. FBI returns to bring an night of eclectic indie. 60s and big beat faves. This week sees a launch evening for Dark Star who feature ex-meinbers of Levitation. Free videos. t-shirts. album samplers. singles. posters and money-off vouchers for their forthcoming album are all tip for grabs.
I Flares at Flares. ()pin—lam. Free. Weekly. DJs playing a range of 70s disco. I Frontier at Revolution. l()pm—3am. £5 before I lpm; £6 between llpm—midnight; £7 after. Weekly. Residents are Kevin Jones and Vanessa Motion. (hurt and house night with enormous capacity.
I Funk Train at The Pottei'row. <)pii:~.’~aiii. £7 (£5). 33 Apr. Monthly. A whole carriage-load of soulful sounds are dropped off for this extremely popular. student heavy funk night.
I Higher Ground at The Honeycomb. Monthly. Next date 3l May.
I House at Bannerman’s. 9pm—-lam. Free. Weekly. Local DJs spin house vibes.
I Indigo at The Vaults. l().3()pm—3am. £8 (£6). to Apr. ivlonthly. The Indigo (‘rew aka ('larkie. John .lules (Heaven). Derek Sewell and tonight's guest. Little Miss Naughty (lissential). pump tip the crowd with their own brand of bouncy. progressive house at a packed our night at The Vaults.
I Intergalactic at The Pottei‘row'. Monthly. Next date 30 Apr.
I Jazz Joint at Henry‘s C‘ellar Bar. lt)pm—-3am. £5 (£4). to Apr sees the (iroove Diggas show off their own brand of heavy soul funk. DJs Sly Si and Kulu on the turntables. Basic Collective play live soulful grooves on 33 Apr.
I Lift at l.a Belle Aiigele. Montth. Next date 30 Apr.
I Lost In Bass at Studio 34. Next date 7 Mav.
The son of a jazz musician, Angel has always been fond of banging the odd drum, and his skills as one of Britain's finest techno 015 have not gone unrecognised. His remix of Eurythmics ’Sweet Dreams’ in 1989 launched his production career and led to a string of singles for such labels as Fnac and R86, as well as two albums on Island. After parting company with Island, he set up his own label Rotation which will see the release of his new solo
Angel visits Scotland for the launch night of Reconstruction at The Vaults, a broad-reaching night which attempts to banish musical snobbery by booking techno, house and drum & bass guests. He brings his own brand of what he calls ’future jazz' techno that will undoubtedly be rapturously
received. (Mark Robertson)
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'."l's.'I-')'( tron, the Van/ts, Edinburgh on Sat )7 Apr