Glasgow clubs

Regular weekly clubs plus one-off events are listed by city, then b day, then alphabetically by title. Clu s will be listed provrded up-to-date details reach our offices at least seven days before publication. Lack of information may result in clubs being omitted. Clu listings compiled by Rory Weller (Glasgow) and Simone Baird (Edinburgh).


I Arcadia at g2. llpm-3am. £3 (£2). Northern sottl. l.atinojazz. classic disco funk and grooved-out house from lan Hanlon.

I Bennet's at Bennet's. llpm—3am. £3 (£2). Party dance tunes from Annie and Grant. Gay.

I Blood at The Stib Club. llpm—3am. £4 (£3). Celebration of the bright new talent in the city with residents l).l Q. Laurence Hughes atid Kieran McCann playing quality house not unlike the top stuff yott get on a Saturday at the Sub.

I Blue Basement at Blue Basement (Bacchus Basement). 6pm» lam. l‘ree. Nice Promotions providing a platform for the creative collective of l).ls‘ and fttnky musicians on an altogether _itucy kind of vibe.

I B.N.O.T.Y at Baba/a. ()plllv- 3am. £4 (£2.50); free before llptii. Matt Morton with house and disco at this good-time. reasonably dressy Thursday night.

I Brel at Brel. S.3()~l Ipm. ls'ree. Nimbus [)Js and Norse Ned go eclectic with soul and funk. Pic-club.

I Budda at Budda. Spm aliiltllilglil. l‘ree. Nick Gemmil with house. drum (v bass and hip hop. Pie-club.

I Cop at Archaos. llpm«3atii. £4 (£3). Mammoth student night with DJ \‘ance and CJ in the round room playing full on party house to a yotttig. dressed tip crew while Tani Coyle plays stngalong tunes downstairs.

I Cul De Sac at (’ul De Sac Bar.

9—l lpm. Free. lilements l)J Tania Swift playing upfront drum tk bass. l’re-club. I Dee Jays In Disguise at Variety. 8pm—close. Free. Hatch and .lilkes of Knucklehead with a dubby tnix of techno and electronica. Check otit their Pusher 13 night at The l3th Note continuing on every week. Pre-club.

I Definitely Dusty at Alaska. llpm-3ani. £9 (£7). 24 .lttn only. A tribute to Dusty Springfield in aid of Breast Cancer Research. An evening of Ready Steady (it)! era pop excitement iii tribute to the life of Dusty Compete for the evening will be London swinger

Where? Trade at The Arches.

When? Sat 5 Jun

Highlight? Trade's Steve Thomas slammtn’ the front room which now works a whole lot better since they shifted the DJ box, gttho us a bigger stage to cavort on.

How nuts? Nuttter than KP. Heaps of effort by Mary Ktant’s chums dressmg up in all sorts of weird and wonderful outfits including The Phantom Menace dthls, ktlt boys and a rather spaced-out Cat Girl. (Rory Weller)

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DJ 0 still drawing blood, Thursdays at the Sub Club is also at The Perfect Summer Groove at the Queen Margaret Union, Sat 19 Jun.

Miss Atny Lame (soon to present Channel 4’s new quiz T/lt’ Striving In Show). Night will feature pop quiz. Dusty makeovers. high rise hair-dOs and DJ Hush Puppy (Divine GSA) mixing tip Dttsty greats and (30s pop. mod. soul. beat and groovy instrumental fabness. See Hit list.

I Fatboy's Kitchen at McCliuill's Way ()ttt West. 8—! Ipm. Free. Big beat and hip hop froin local DJs G Man and The Wax Monkey. Pre-club.

I Firebird at Firebird. 8—l Ipm. Free. Tony and Murray playing old beats for beer and pizza tip on the Firebird DJ shelf. Pre-club.

I Freedom at Tlte Shed. l()pm—3am. £3 (£2). Mathew atid Peter upstairs with 80s and 90s club anthems. plus Paul N‘Jie iii the main hall playing ftttik. garage and

f chart house. I Free Flow at Glasgow Scltool ()fAi‘t

(downstairs). ‘me—2am. £l (students and guests). DJs Al Rutherford and Lindsey with Northern soul. funk flavour. jazzy breaks and beats. hip hop connection. movie soundtrax. drum & bass rhythms atitl cold. cheap beer.

I Fudge at Planet Peach. l lpm—3. l5am. £4 (£2). Alan Ronald with house and club tunes to give you kids a treat.

I Hi Karate at the Glasgow School of Art (upstairs). l()pm—2am. £l. Neil McMillan arid Andrew Divine‘s weekly night. one of the fittest futik breakbeat nights in the country. A masterful combination of hip hop. soul. funk. electro. jump-up. ragga and reggae. At time of going to press no details were received from the super slack Art School about arrangements during the degree shows. bttt expect a few changes.

I Jumping atThe Apartment.

l |.3()pm-3am. £3. Solid house from Cris Biguzzi trying to move the Apartment away from pole-up-the-arse designer sttifliness to more party shake downs.

I Last Exit at Club Budda. l lpm—3am. £4 (£3). Inside ()ut/l‘he At'k's Simon Foy playing his house anthems and commercial garage.

I Loveshaclt at Fury Murry's.

llpm—3. l5am. £4 (£2). Classic indie. house and disco sounds from .lim Downie.

I The Lime at The Lime l()pm-3am. £4 (£3): £2 before llpm. Student night with club classics iii a house and garage style from l)avid Keenan.

I Movement at The Velvet Rooms. llpm—3am. £4 (£2). DJ Paul Melon with poppy cheese and dance.

I Pusher 13 at The l3th Note (now both floors). llpm—3am. £2. Weekly night from Hatch and Jilkes of My Machine (Art School. Sats) and Twitch (Pure/()ptimo) giving tip vintage house. banging techno. mellow electro atid robotic bt'eakbeats.

I Picante at Reds. llpm—3am. £4 (£2). Weekly. DJ Sktitl with hot and spicy house with a Latin edge.

I Rumble at The Garage. | lpm—3am.

£4 (£2). Legendary Thursday night with your favourite charty dance faves. movie tunes and indie classics. plus drunk students.

I Salsa Sabrosa at Havana. 8pm—midnight. Quality Latin dance grooves. barrio beats and salsa from New York. Columbia and Puerto Rico.

I Skint at The Cathouse. l lpm—3am. £4 (£2). lndie/grunge/chemical beats at Scotland‘s number one rock club.

I Sly at Trash. llpm—3am. £4 (£3). Neil and Frog in the main room for big anthems and cheesy nonsense plus Disco Dan in room two.

I Tonic at The Asylum (Caledonian University Union). 9ptii—3am. Free. DJ Jason with student chart and dance classics.

I Wanna Play? at The Tunnel. l().3()pm—3am. £4 (£2.50 with matric card). Kevin and Scott from weekends at the Tunnel. joined by Lisa Littlewood. with a mix of contemporary house anthems and timeless classics over two

I Yang at Yang. llpm—3am (bar open from 6pm). £3 (£2); free before I Ipm. Residents Bob Peck 84 Charlie lnman mix up hip hop and soul to funk breaks and house. Elevation Trio. a funk band with Rhodes organ and bongos. play every week.


I Alaska at Alaska. llpm-3am. £6 (£5). Top night iii this magnificent two floored venue featuring the legendary Nick Peacock. Muchaill. Alan arid Raymond Woods playing a mix of, funk. jazz. soul. R& B and house plus live percussion.

I Apartment at The Apartment. llpm—3am. £8. Jim l)a Best in mixing shocker. now playing a more clubby party mix than before.

I The Ark at The Tunnel.

l lpm—3am. £7 (£5). Your trio of professional caners Michael Kilkie. Scott Mackay atid [ammo (Rhumba) living it large in the main room throwing out thumping hard house as good as you‘ll get anywhere iii the country. Then there’s Simon Foy iii the second room not going quite as mad for it. but still bordering insanity in his own style.

I Bennet’s | l.3()pm—3am. £4 (£3). Grant Duff downstairs with an upbeat dance night. then DJ Shawn for bandbaggy house upstairs. Gay.

I Bom at The Boat. I lpm—3am. £5 (£4). The Sly Boys and friends with full-on house.

I Budda at Budda. Spin—midnight. Free. Chris Harris (Temple) with a chunky house )t'C-Clllb warmer.

I Bu dasole at Club Budda. llpm-3am. £5. Stevie Middleton. internationally renowned DJ and owner of Sole Music Records. with his own particular brand of Atiierican deep house and garage.

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Jengaheads Fresh from DJing down at Homelands, Ali and Martyn Jenga bring us their first self-promoted night in what seems like years. Joining the duo on opening night for nu school breaks, electro and breakbeat fusion is Freq Nasty from the Friction crew. 92, Fri 77 jun. Colours Once again reaffirming themselves as truly the most firing Scottish mega night, Colours host two tours in one night with cutting edge hard house from Danny Rampling and Jeremy Healy for the Love Groove Dance Party plus Steve Lawler and Danny Howells (Ministry of Sound’s New Establishment Tour). The Arches, Sat 72 Jun.

The Perfect Summer Groove The West End Festival’s mighty club night featuring 4 Hero (see Phactfile), Nick Peacock, Muchail DJ Q, Silicone Soul, Neil McTaggart, Stevie 'Sole’ Middleton, Laurence Hughes and Shu Hirata. Drum 8r bass, deep house, funk and garage occupying the whole of the OM. Queen Margaret Union, Sat 79 jun.

Open 2 Torture at Relief Billy Nasty and Jim Masters (long time DJ partner of Carl Cox) from the London club take over the Arches Friday night for the deepest, hardest, darkest dirty techno. The Arches, Fri 78 Jun.

Definitely Dusty Tribute to the life of Dusty Springfield with proceeds going to Breast Cancer Research. Compere for the evening is London swinger Miss Amy Lame (soon to present Channel 4's new quiz The Staying In Show) with pop quiz, Dusty makeovers. high rise hairdos and DJ Hush Puppy mixing up Dusty greats, 605 pop, mod, soul, beat and groovy fabness. Alaska, Thu 24 Jun.

I Bump 'n’ Hustle at Babaza. 5.30pm-3am (DJs from I lpm). £5 (free before I lpm). A celebration of black music from Paul Traynor plus slow and funky R & B from James Fullerton to kick things off.

I Cheesy Pop at The Queen Margaret Union. lOpm—Zain. £3 (£2). Students and four guests. It's cheesy and it’s poppy and it'sjust unbridled fun all the way. brought to you by DJ Toast. Note that this frontage fandango continues all the way through the summer.

I Crash at The Shed. lOpm-3am. £4 (£3). Dave Ross playing an eclectic mix of kitsch classics at this Southside club from the team behind The Garage.

I Cul De Sac at Cul De SacBar. 9pm—tnidnight. Free. Anton and Doug with pre-club head phunk. Check out Kenny H playing 5-7pm for the Happy Hour too.

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