I Buena Vista at Glasgow Scltool Of Art (downstairs). l0pni——2..’i0atit. £3. l.atin lit/J. and funk front Mark and Michael.
I Bughouse at g2. llpm-—3aiii. £4 (£3). 30 April and monthly. Deep and funky house sourtd from residents l)an arid Chris. finally making it to a Friday itight. Next event on 2| May features Paul llester from Pagart arid Paper recordings. two consistently fine labels.
I Bump ’n’ Hustle at Babaza. 5.30pm-—_‘sam (I).ls from I lpnt). £5 (free before I lpiit). Patil Tray nor and Jamie l‘ttllet'lon witlt Rth. soul classics. garage and house for a glammy. dressed-up crowd.
I Cheesy Pop at The Queen Margaret I'riion. I0pnr—2am. £3 (£2). Students and four guests. lt‘s cheesy and it's poppy and it'sjust unbridled fitit all tlte way. brought to you by DJ Toast.
I Code at Sadie l‘r'tists (pool rooiti). 9pm midnight. I‘ree. (ilasgow's first
dress code night with strict (loor' bolicy of
leather. rubber. denim. skinhead or kilts. It's not fetish. you've just got to be in one of those get-ups. Music comes from D] .loii playing a retro. punk arid new wave set. ()pen to men and women. Pre—club. I Cooler at The (‘ooler 8piti--itiidnight. lir‘ee. l).l .Iolrnny |.iyewire playirtg deep house and disco. Pre-club.
I Crash at Tlte Slted. lllpirt 5am. £4 (£3). l)a\ e Rtlss playing an eclectic mix of kitsch classics at this Southside club front the team behind The (iarage.
I Cul De Sac at (’ul l)e Sac Bar.
9pm midnight. l'ree. Anton and Doug
w llll pi'e-club ltead pliurtk. Check out Kenny ll playing 5 7pm for the Happy Hour too.
I Deep Fried at The l‘yth \ote ('lub (both floors) I Ipitt 3am. £5. The Kurtg liunk ('ollectiy e wrtli hip hop. fuitky breaks and kicking beats.
I Don’t Front at The (‘(‘..\.
9pm midnight. l'ree. Ilip hop and furtky beats from Day id Sweeney. l’t'e-club.
I GB Smirnoff Experience at The Temple. llprtr iarir. to (£4). Radio (‘lydes (ieorge Bowie and international l).l producer 'l‘re\or Reilly (Manifesto) playing full-on house to a full house. Art unpretentious. packed night.
I Get Smart at Spy Bar. 5 - ‘lpni. l-‘ree. New loungecore evening of pliutui‘istic music front l).I Mingo-go and llush Puppy. Pie-club.
I Gold ’n' Delicious iii .-\relr-.io.s.
llpm 3am. to r £4 ). I)a\ id (itlriiore arid Ryan Kerr play mg quality house arid garage amid the spectacle of the l-‘riday night acts. Bungee iuriipiirg aci'obats. stilt walkers and much riiadriess. .laiitie Strang also plays soul aitd Rin in bar one.
I Havana Barcelona .ii Barcelona. 8pm iiiidiiigltt. lace The sound of the |.atino house underground from I).I .la//. I’i‘e-clul‘.
I Katch at The (Xrtliouse
lll.“ll[‘lll 5.tlll. L-i (£5). £l before
I I 30pm. Three tloors of rock. ltip hop. cheriiical beats. grunge and contemporary indie.
I Lime at The l.l|llL‘ ll) 30pm 5am. £4 (:2 [ll (ﬁnitiiiy w itli house. gaiage. nu soul and hip ltop
I Love Bug at the (image.
l0 30pm Van). 1“ (£4 t. An eclectic llll\ ol good-time party tunes with a young. boppy. drinky .tird siioggy crowd. \Vrldly busy so it's \\ ell .ltl\ tsetl ltl llatll yo ass \l(l\\ll lllcl'c cttlly. '
I OChO at I )clro .spiii iiirtlitight, l'ree. \ic‘ \ouyeau -\'arrg ) coming Ill and ltiiikittg ll up at lllls itliosyticialtc wee bar on Sauchiehall St. l’i'e-ciiib
I October Cafe .tl ()clober ( ‘ar'e.
‘lpiii midnight lace The lttllltcl‘s Scott McKay. Stephen | ee and KCHII \lcl-arlane w Illl a :unky house and garage pie-club set
I Paul Cawley at Air ( ligaiiic.
9pm itiidiiight l’sy -plit‘s l’aul (Irwley. l.il\cl l‘ttss (tl l'.‘llt'l‘.l. lst'v'ttltls. llt'l'c L‘\L'I'y' week (or a beta testing hip hop. drurii (k bass and break l‘eat set. l’re-club.
I Polo Lounge at the l’olo Lounge. llpitt 5.tll). £5 Take the choice of the Polo Lounge upstairs. open until iaiit. downstairs lot l).| Michelle lll main club
with 90s club and indie or down in tlte Trophy Room with Tom fora nrore commercial mix. Gay. The Polo Lounge operates as a bar before all club nights with free entry before the club starts.
I Planet Peach at Planet Peach. llpm~3.l5am. £4 (£3). Paul N'Jie playing fresh arid upfront house funked up with a helping of R&B and soul classics.
I Pressure at The Arches. l0.30pm—4am. £ I 3. 30 April only. The uriglity. wiggy one Green Velvet showcases his new three man live show of hard funk techno while hosts Stuart McMillan and ()rde Meikle also do their
live (hang in their guise as Pressure l-‘unk.
There's also a 20:20 Records thing going on too. with head ltonclto Ralph Lawson I).ling. Random Factor live and part time contributor to tlte label. our very owrt Domenic (‘appello from the Sub Club. See Ilit list.
I Radar at The Cross Bar'.
8pm- midnight. Free. Progressive dub and techno with an eclectic mix of "beats. bleeps and squeaks'. Pie-club.
I Reds at Reds. I Ipiir-a‘wam. £o (£5). Weekly. 1)] Alait Ronald with commercial house. dance anthems and club classics.
I Relief at The Arches. llprn- 3am. llpm—3ain. £8 (£0). Weekly (except for Pressure nights. so that means it's not on 30 April). The finest electro disco furtk tech house from Laurence Hughes and Silicone Soul (Sonia) III the magnificent Arches.
I Rum And Drum at llavaiia.
8pm midnight. liree. Tchico's rum drenched musical tourney playing party beats from west coast Rth to east coast |.atino house. / I Shag at l‘ui'y Murry 's. llpm~3. l 5am. £5 (£3). Mark and James (E playing to a good time party crowd in the guaranteed a w inch l5ui'y's.
I Soaterama at Nice ‘n' Slea/y‘ (ground floor bar). 8pm midnight. l-i‘ee. Regular Friday evening do. w tilt the best in all sorts of fields from :\lllL‘l'lC;tll;t punk to dub. drum ck bass aitd original indie.
I Soul Shine at Bar Lautrec‘s.
9pm- latii. £2 (free before 10pm). 'l have a dream. Soul.‘ That's all the guys want to say about that. Pie—club.
I Strathclyde University Student Union 3pm- 3am. I-‘ree (students aitd four guests). Tl~ll5 iii the Barony Bar .‘y 8pm with cheap home and iitad games.
8pm -3am. 'l‘emptation kicks off in the Dark Room with Mark l)ee playing uplifting house aitd garage.
I Strawberry Fields at Strawberry l‘relds. 9pm Liam. £(i ( £7” after llpitii, (‘lassic party sotiitds from the (ills through to the 80s. Sinatra to Bryan Adams. Beatles to Abba. Madness to the Bay (.‘ity Rollers.
I Tangent at The Sub (lab, I lprii ‘yani. £8 (Hit. 30 April and fortnightly. A-Man and l’aiiic's regular night of consistent musical excellence mixing tip deep funky house. beats. bass. melodic techno and good liutiioui'.
I Test at The Sub (‘luh llprtt 3am. £7 (£(i). '7 May and monthly.
Innoy alive and experriitenlal techno bass night with resident underground l).ls and producers Shandy arid l)a\ e 'I‘arrtda joined tonight by Mad Max. resident at Tl'c‘st)!‘ (Berlin i.
I Three Room Fusion at Yang.
llpm~ 3am (bar open from ()pttll. £5 ifree before llpmi. I'm. o w itli the Phat as Pliunk DB in room two play mg deep fuelled house and filter disco. Hip hop and scratch mixing from residents l)ema and .\'ice (l'i‘eek .\lett(t(t\ei'sl iii room three plus the B-Men Breakers
I Trash at Trash. I lpiit 3am. £0 (£4 r. Busy. easy goiitg night w rih funky house iii the main room from Stey re Sittith and street soul. swing and classic grooy es in the second room from l).l (iraltatite.
I Traxx at g2. llprit .‘tam. £(i (tickets ayailable in advance front Boriiba aitd Rub A Dub). 7 May only. l)eep funky house from the Traxx residents Simon arid l)ei'i'ick. ltltllt‘tl ioitiglit by the mighty. mighty Andrew \\'eatherall. bringing us his house set.
I Turbulence at The (ilasgow School of Art. I lpnt—-3atit. £4 (£2.50). New weekly night bringing the 'l‘urbulence crew back together. with Tania Swift. Rob (.3. Stevie and Kenial playing the future sound of drum & bass. Improved lighting. sound. closing times and cheaper beer. Downstairs you‘ve got the chance to hear fresh new His and live talent. 7 May. Michael Peck (Missing Links) and ‘Ben' showcase their new live show.
I Archaos at Archaos. llprri--4ani. £8. Kris Keegan and A..I. mix up garage and house iii the massive dome room dance floor. which has one of the loudest sound systems aitd rtrost impressive light shows in Scotland. plus full aerial display. laiit 'l‘honipson play ing chunky disco iit Betty ‘s while Paul Tray nor plays R&B. swing and Iiip hop in the members‘ Sky Bar.
I Ascendance at The Temple.
llpttt- 3am. £7 (£5). (icoff .‘vlontford and Chris Harris taking you on a musical
journey from pumping disco to upliftriig
house. '/.ammo ( Rhumba - Perth) guests I May and then on 8 May it's the Shy Brother.
I Bar 10 at Bar l0. 9pm midnight. liree. Busy hard house pre-club with Nick Peacock and guests.
I Bennet’s ll..‘i0pm 3am. £0 l £5). l).l Sara with a good dancey llll\ downstairs that's a bit heavier than her \\'ednesdays. plus I).I (irant Duff on the upper floor playing more liaiidbaggy house. (lay.
I Bite The Bullet at (‘lub Budda.
llprii 3am. £(t. (‘olin Walker of New York .-\lh'.iiice/'Tonk'.r fame with his first club residency for a while. playing his characteristic brand of deep New York house .loiited regularly by (iareth Sommery ille. ('ohii (‘ook and .\'eale Smith.
I Born at The Bom. llpiii 3am. £(i (£5 ). Stephen l'oy and Mark l)oiially with funky house and garage at this dressy
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I Bonkers at Bonkers. l lpm-3am. £5 after midnight; £4 before. Weekly. Club classics at this after office hang-out with residents David Campbell and Nobble Whitelaw.
I Budda at Budda. Rpm—midnight. Free. Weekly. Solemusic’s Stevie for garage arid deep house. Pre-club.
I Business As Usual at The Apartment. llpm—3am. £8. Funky house and disco. (‘heck out the new era at the Apartment with new ntore relaxed door policy. credible music spread and generally less stiff. Trainer's are now encouraged which showsiust how much they've loosened up their attitude.
I The Cathouse 10.30prn—3am. £4 (£3.50) £2.50 before ll.30prn. Weekly. Three floors of rock. grunge. contemporary indie and indie dance. iii one of the best rock-styled venues iii the country.
I Classic FM at l‘tll')‘ Murrys l Ipm--3ani. £6 (£4). Weekly. Club classics iii the main room with [Ms Jim Downie and Sean Webster. Quality indie music froin Twister upstairs at this generally studenty venue. I Cleopatra's at Cleopatra's. l0.30pm—2.30am. Weekly. £7. Pop. 70s and 80s partv tunes. ()ver 2 l s only.
I Club Anthems at Sti'athclyde University Students' Association.
8pitt-- .‘samAVeekly'. Free (students and four guests). Mark Dee and DI Vance with classic club anthems.
I Club Cubana at The Asylum ((‘aledoiiiaii Student L'iiron). ()pnt—3am. £4 (£3). 8 May only. (‘lub Cubana's Latin fest still up here while The Bedsit gets sorted ottt.
I Club 69 at Rocksy‘s Basement. l0pm—-2.30am. £5. Weekly. Martin. Wilba and Barrie of dance record shop Rub-A- l)ub playing the best and deepest from the underground. joined frequently by guests of ltiglt standing who are not always announced beforehand. Well worth the taxi fare out from the city. I May Fat Cat records \"s Rub A l)ub night featuring the
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