CLUBS listings


I T.I.T at Trash. lt).3()pm—3am. £3 (£2). Studentish night featuring DJ Rory with house classics and future anthems iii the main room and Grahame with full-on student faves in the second room and an invisible l).l playing across the board in the cave.


I 705 Wonderland at The (‘athouse llpm—Rarn. £2 (£1.50; free before

I 1.30pm). Silly 70s disco and frrnk.

I Bennet's at Bennet's. I l.3()pm—.’)am. £2.50 (£l.5()). l).l Sara with upbeat dance. Guy.

I Big Daddy at The l.‘~th Note ('lub (upstairs). llpm—Ram. £l. Big Daddy with funk. jazz. hip hop and petite hearts. I Bootie at Planet Peach.

llpm--3. l.5am. £3 (£2). Night of R&B. hip hop. funk. soul and swing from Martin l-lesketh.

I Chopper at :\|‘c‘h;tos. | lpm—3am. £3 (£2). Commercial house and disco from Matt Morton.

I Club Santiago at Havana. Spin—midnight. Finest Latin grooves froin l).ls [)on Marcelo and (‘he Marrtrel. I FAB at Baba/a. llpnr- .‘vam. £3 (£2). [)1 Sktrd with frrnky house and garage grooves for a cheery crowd. Probably the busiest clrrb in town tonight.

I Ghetto Flava at Reds. l lpnt—Sarti. £3 (£2 ). \‘v'eekly'. DJ Paul .\".lie plays a blend of cool house. garage. soul and R&B.

I Jengaheads at The Living Room. ‘)pnr llpnr. Free. .lengaheads playing nu school breaks. clectro. brcakbeat and ltouse. Pie-club.

I Jilkes at Yang. ‘)pitr -lani. Free. l).l .lilkes from My Machines r Knucklehead). ()ptrnro Fspacro arid Pusher l3 playrrrg everything from (iermarr Tos electrorrica to 3th pop and experimental (an.

I Kraze at Victoria‘s. lllfitlpm 3am. £5. Massive night of commercial dance tunes from Keltsllds (‘lub l).l ofThe Year Steve l.ockre and l)av e Young playrrrg to an tip- for-it clrrb crowd.

I Relax at The Lime. llpm~3anr £3 (£2 I. Your chance to relive the His iii this comirrercial venue.

I Shu Hirita at The (‘ul l)e Sac.

Spin llpm. Free. New _ia//y drurrr tk' bass pie-club from fresh rrarrre to the circuit Slrtr llirita.

I Souped Up at The Garage.

lt)..‘s()pm .‘vam. £3 (£2). laiti llanlon with poppy student good trrne party tunes.

I Variety 0&8 at The \‘ariety.

9pm nrrdrrrght. Free. Turbulence l)Js alternating every week with Stevie. Tania va rft & Pom/on. Pure drum (k bass.

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Edinburgh listings

I Beat at The Vaults. l().3()pm—3arn. Free. 6 May. Fortnightly. Hard house and funky techno with J. (‘ammera Stamper and Ollie. Don't forget: it‘s free.

I Black Projects at The l-loneyconrb. l().3()pm—3am. £3 before midnight. £4 alter. 6 May. Monthly. .larrres Watt and Ross Duckering host a front room of house from all eras. while Ritchie Rufftorre takes the helm in the back room with beats for all occasions.

I 800! at Loca. l()pmm3am. £2 (£1). Steve Athvval plays charty house and disc‘o.

I CC. Blooms at C.(‘. Blooms. llpm—3am. Free club downstairs at this popular gay bar. playing a nrix of commercial dance and hi-energy house. I Catwalk at Catwalk. ()pm ~ lam. Free. Open decks session. Phone 22.5 .5583 or ()4l I 807925 for more information.

I Chicken Noodle Soup at the Venue. Monthly. No information at time of going to press.

I Cuba Norte at Cuba Norte. l()pm~lam. Free. Weekly. \‘arious l).ls play a tropical rrrix of salsa. Latin and mereiigue classics and hits.

I Digital Science at The Venue. Monthly. Next date unconfirmed at time of going to press.

I Don’t Panic at The Tap ()‘l.auriston. 9pm~lanr Free. 2‘) Apr. l-‘ortnightly'. Techno and trance sounds.

I Dust at Sttrdio 24. l()pnr .‘vam. £2. Weekly. Popular alternative club offering tip a selection of metal. industrial. goth and a bit of punk to an appreciative crowd.

I eh1 more at elrl. 9pm lam. Free. Weekly. Pic-club. House grooves

I El Segundo at The Bongo (‘lub. Monthly. Next date 21) May.

I Flares at Flares. Uprii- lam. Free. Weekly. l).ls play mg 7()s tunes.

I Frenzy at La Belle .-\ngelc.

llprrr Ram. £(v (£.5/£4). 2‘) Apr. l).ls Warner and Ashley provide an unmissable night of disco house.

I Funk at Bannertrran's. 0pm larir. Free. Weekly. Pi'e-club. .-\ special selection of funk. soul and hip hop.

I The Funky Underground at Revolution. lflpm -.‘~am. Free if lll nos- or 70s costttttte'. £3 before I lprn: £4 after. Weekly. (‘heesy disco night.

I Jazz Joint at Henry’s (‘ellar Bar. l()pm~ 3am. £4 (£3). 2‘) .-\pr. This is your last chance to catch the (hits 'n' (ir'avy Trio. featuring Paul Harrison (keysr. Paddy Flaherty' (drums) and Mario (‘aribe (bass ). Their replacements (Thu (i and TB May ) are yet to be announced. l).ls Kulu and l'nkle lavva/ spin the discs that matter.

I La Fromagerie at The Meadows Hat. downstairs. ‘)pm- larrr. Free. o May. Fortnightly. Platter after platter of easy listening. mellow (an. lit-energy disco and tasty cheese.

I Lamb at [a Belle :\rigele, 0pm iam. £3. b May only. Manga present air election rrrglrt special wrtli Britain's finest weit‘dy' beats. bass and crazy vocal duct. Plus l).ls (i-Mac and l'nrty. See prev revv. I Love Breaks at Ft) .\‘a .\'a I lpm 3am. Free before llpm; £2 attcr. \\'eekly. Membership available. Various funky sounds vv rtlr Simone and l): Jon.

I The Mambo Club at The (“aw-harsh. llllllll- .itllll. {'3 cone. and before lll‘lll‘. £1thereafter.Weekly.()neot Scotland's longest running and consistent quality nights. Your captain is. as always Sir ()ssie w rtlr the best in hip hop. swing. funk. soul and R& B.

I The Manga Sessions at lgtratia. ()pnr—lam. Free. Weekly. Pie-club. l'leadlining residents Kid arid (i-Mac selecting a special blend of hip hop. RrkB. nu skool breaks. big beat and drum ck bass. alongside Manga visuals.

I Mode Organic at The (‘iti'ns Club. llpm 3am. Free. Weekly. Arguably the best chance to sample the most delectable delights in ska. mod. Northern soul and (ills beat in the whole of sunny

lidrnburgh. ls’arser (ieorge. Simon and Briatr are the rircrr behind the wheels of steel.

I Pants at \Vilkie llouse. 10.30pm 3am. £4 (£3 I. Weekly. The iii-house rrrglrt of cheap bev vie. cheap thrills and much cheesy-tress.

I Phactory at (‘rty (“ate 2. Monthly. Next date 27 May.

I Red, Hot And Cool at No.1.

ltlpnr 3am. Free. Weekly. Soul. hip hop and old skool.

I Republic at \Vilkrc House.

lt)..‘~()pm 3am. £.‘~ r £2 ~. Weekly. .-\ broad rrrrv of heavy rock. punk. indie rock. industrial and goth across two rooms.

I Ripped at The .laftacake. llprrr .‘vam. £2. \Veeklv. .-\ tlll\ of pop and indie.

I The Salsa Hut 7 tosopm. l'i'ee. (‘oor little Mexican restaurant touring the dots between great food and great music. With l).ls.

I The Ska Club at The Venue

lllpnr 3am £4 b May. Monthly. Heaven on earth tor the capital‘s rude boys. skins. punks and mods vv rtli m-ya face irv e ska from Botirbskar’c and l).ls play ing M's Brit ska. Mandrav would like make it kirown that there is \(l fascist or :.-. connection vv rllr this club

I The Subway West End at The Strbway \\'est ltnd. 1pm ‘vatr: £3 \\eekly l).ls playing chart rtruszc

I Thursday Night Fever at the I rcrttrd Room lH illpnr .ianr Students tree with matrrc card before l2 main or in "Us costume; c i otherwise Weekly lhsco and chart tunes.

I The Unspoken Thing at Negoeianrs. ‘)prri 3am. Free. Weekly. Freestyle tunky lrrp hop for all your break beats needs.

I Vibe at The Tap ( )'l atrr iston

0pm lam. Tree. o May. l-ortnrghtly Mucho top lrrp hop sounds

I Videodrome at ('ellar Bar No. l. 0pm l.l|ll. l'l'c'c‘. \VL'L‘lsly l).ls .-\ll(l}. Robert and Stuart \\'eniy ss host an evening of down terrrpo beats w rtlr a dribby. (any feel to start. mov trig on to deep electronrca as the ev enrng

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I Al's All Night Joke Shop at The Bongo Club. Monthly. Next date 14 May. I Alpha Beat Soup at The Potterrow. Upnr 3am. £5 (£3). 7 May: Monthly. Big beat with Menace and Super-Soul.

I Apex at Sttrdro 24. ltlpm 5am. £7 «£5). l May. Monthly. Apex hold their Beltane party opening botlr floors to a variety of gtiests and regulars including lrve hard trance and techno from Aberdeen's Biomeclranoid and [Ms Paul (‘urran r|.rft ). Steve Pace and .-\l Space. l'pstarrs sees a live appearance from (‘haparrga an eight-piece scratch band with scratch l).ls and drummers. with drum .k bass from l).ls Danny (Bristol) and .lrrl/. See Saturday listings for afterclub special: Future Pr'irrrrtiv'c from 7am.

I Arakataca 2 at In Belle .v\ngelc. This now finished.

I Barry Cabanas at \\'rlkre llouse. ll)..‘~ttpm iam. £2 r £5 r. it) .-\pr. Monthly. The sickest. insanest people in all of lidrnburgh town are on the move: Barry (ubanas now lives at \\ tlkte House. All the fav es are still there The (‘uban Brothers. The Jan Trorrrbonist. /.eb from (‘oco .-\rrd The Bean makes an appearance. w ith turntable trickery front Mr Todd - llrgher ( ir'ound) til the :narn area or debauchery and The lam l).ls out back. l Cl“ llt‘l Titt'glt‘l all The Ull‘rt‘l' nonsense: Rogers se\_v rrrorrrents. l-r‘a/er and his bongos. arid .-\rchre the breakdancct' and his tap darrcrng missus. (ml) to rsrtm (is all to clld-clta rain). You know it makes sense. Sorrrehovv.

I Bedrock at The lloneyconrb

llpm ‘yairi. £5 3t) .-\pr. Monthly. :\ studenty evening of house and garage sounds.

I Cafe Aquarius at Cafe x\vprarius. ‘lprrr larrr. l-rce. Weekly. l)a boys from Tribal l’unktron nrarr the decks at this very funky bar

I Camel Beats at The \‘cnue.

lt)..§()pm 3am. £7 (£5 r. 2 May Fortnightly. ls’esrdents the -\r'abtan