I The Ark at The Tunnel. It).30pm-3am.

£7 (£5). Your trio of professional caners Michael Kilkie. Scott Mackay and '/.ammo (Rhuniba) living it large in the main room throwing out thurtiping hard house as good as you'll get anywhere in the country. Then there's Simon Foy in the second room not going quite as mad for it. biit still bordering insanity in his own style. Weekly. I Bennet's I l.3()pm—3am. £4 (£3). Grant Dttff downstairs with an upbeat dance night. then DJ Shawn for handbavgy house upstairs. Gay. Weekly. I Budaa at Btidda. 8pm-midnight. Free. Chris Harris (Temple) with a chunky house H'C-L‘lllh warmer. Weekly. I Bu dasole at Cltib Budda. llpiii—3am. £5. Stevie Middleton. internationally renowned DJ and owner of Sole Music Records. continuing upstairs witli his own particular brand of American deep house and garage. I Bump 'n' Hustle at Babaza. 5.3(lpni—3ani (DJs from llpiii). £5 (free before I lpiii). A celebration of black music from Paul Traynor plus slow and funky R'&'B from Jamie Strang warming things tip. I Cheesy Pop at The Queen Margaret Union. l()pm-2am. £3 (£2). Students and four guests. tt's cheesy and it‘s poppy and it'sjiist unbridled fill) 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. “mill—311”). £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 Ctil De Sac Bar. Opin—niidnight. Free. Anton and Doug with pre-club head phunk. Check otit Kenny ll playing 5—7pm for the Happy Hour too. I Deep Fried at The l3tli Note Club (botli llooi's). I lpm—Jam. £3. The Kiiiig Funk Collective with hip hop. funky breaks and kicking beats. I Flipside at The Arena (Oswald Street). llpiii—3am. £4. New night of indie and big beat at this newly reopened venue. I GB Experience at The Temple. llpiii-3am. £6 (£4). Radio Clyde's George Bow re and international DJ producer Trey or Reilly (Manifesto) playing full-on house to a full house. All unpretentious. busy night. I Gold 'n' Delicious at Ai'chaos. llpiii-3am. £6 (£4). David Gilmore and Ryan Kerr playing quality house and garage amid the spectacle of the Friday night acts. Bungee jumping acrobats. still walkers and much madness. .larnie Strung also plays soul and R&B in bar one. I Goodfoot iii The Bedsit. 9pm—2ant. 2 .liil and monthly. £4. Glasgow's best Northern soul night has now left the Sub Club and takes up residency here every month (or more depending how it goes). The fltll crew of Scott Brown. Kev & Mark and Andrew Divine mrs up the sotil esoteric classics \\ litcli earned them the t't‘flk‘c‘l lllc‘) (lL‘\L‘t\L‘ liltllll lllc‘ \\ csl C(iusl Fred Perry scooter boys and girls. Watch and learn. I Havana Barcelona ill-Barcelona. Xpiii-iiiidiiight. Free. The sound of the l..itiiio house underground from DJ Jazz. Pic-club. I Jengaheads at g2. Nest iitglit U Jttl. I Katch at The Calliottsc. l()..‘~()piii—.‘~.ini. £4 (£3); £l before I l 5llplll. Three llt)t)l‘\ of rock. hip hop. chemical beats. grunge and contemporary indie. I Late Night Session at The Marriott Hotel Hall Room Bar. llpiii—3am. £2 (or free \\ ill) a ticket from a Jazz Festival cyent for that night). 30 Jun-4 .lul only. The legendary iani session pushing through to the wee small hours. which guarantees to get pretty wild. The nightly knees-up for the Jan. Festival with an array of big and small name artists getting down freeforni ja/./. style. Nice. I Lime at The l.inie. t().3()pm-.‘~aiii. £5 (£3). DJ Cameron Craig with house. garage. no soul aiid hip hop. I Love Bug at The Garage. tt)..‘~()pni—3aiii. £4 (£3). An eclectic mix of good-tiiiie party tunes with a young.

listings CLUBS

The Ark

North Frederick Street, Glasgow

- 'We come here all the time We're yellow card members which means that you get plenty of discounts during the week.’

- 'Well, I’m not.’

- ’Nah, you're West Ender scum '

- 'There's a riot gorng on OutSide tiiy house.’

- ’They have drinking games, and giant games like giant Jenga and giant ping- pong}

- 'Dave will demonstrate sex on the tables. By himself, I've noticed'

- 'The decor's a bit like our house, actually.‘

- 'They do a great meal here called 'The Hangover, \‘Jlltt h is a vodka and Red Bull, a burger and chips in the ltl()llltll(l It's great hair of the dog and a plate of stodge

- ‘They basically want you to get Ieathered ' - ’The only thing about this place IS that the mom IS too


- 'I don’t recall much after being here I only remember

(‘rty for him


(oriiinti through the (loor'

- 'He doesn't tome from 'round here This IS a big trip to the little (Ountry boy'

(Where's he from in America?)

- Nowhere He's lioni Falkirk' He goes out everywhere and

pretends he's American He did it on the way here in the


boppy. drinky and snoggy crowd. Wildly busy so it's well advised to haul yo ass down there early.

I Nova Club Night at The out Fruitmarkel. l0.30pm—late. £l3. 2 Jul only. Outstanding line tip including Bugge Wessellofl and Jazzanova. the most creative forces in future jazz funk together on the same bill. Wessellofl mixes floating ambient soundscapes with techno influenced rhythms and jazz moods using DJs and more traditional jazz instruments. Berlin based DJ/pi'oducnon duo Jazzanova. rescheduled from earlier in the year. create a well groovesoiiie fusion of deep jazz. house. drum & bass. trip hop. Latin and funk. Recently they have been responsible for some outstanding mixes of4 Hero. Carl Craig. Roy Davis Jr. and a personal fave the remix of Ian l’ooley's 'What's Your Number". The best thing at the Jazz Festival by far. See Hitlist.

I October Cafe at October Cafe. ()piii—midnight. Free. The Tunnel's Scott McKay. Stephen Lee and Kevin McFarlane with a funky house atid garage pre-club set.

I Paul Cawley at Air ()i'gariic. ()pni—midnight. Psy-phi's Paul Cawley. label boss of Fenetik Records. here every week for a beta testing hip hop. drum & bass and break beat set. Pie-club.

I Polo Lounge at The Polo Lounge. llpiii—3am. £5. DJ Michelle in main club with 90s club arid indie and the Trophy Room with Tom for a more coiiiiiierctal mix. Gay. The Polo Lounge operates as a bar before all club nights \\ illi free entry before the club starts.

I Planet Peach at Platiel Peach. llpiii—3.l5am. £4 (£3). Paul N'Jie playing fresh and upfront house funked up wrtli a helping of R848 and soul classics.

I Pressure at The Arches. l lpni—4ani. £ It). 25 Jun and monthly. Derrick Carter (Chicago). described by Richie Hawtin once as 'America's last true underground DJ' headlines Slani's monthly groove fest joined by Steve Bicknell (Lost). and Paris' DJ Deep plus. ofcourse Stuart & Orde for the finest in deep. hard tech funk and house.

I Psy Phi at The Sub Club. Nest night to Julv.

I Radar at The Cross Bar. Split-iiiidnight. Free. Pi'ogressne diib and techno with an eclectic lllt\ of 'beats. bleeps and squeaks‘. Pi'e-club.

I Reds at Reds. llpiii-3am. £6 (£5 ). Weekly. DJ Alan Ronald with commercial house. dance anthems atid club classics.

I Relief at The Arches. I lpni-3am. £8 (£6). The finest electro disco funk tecti house from Laurence Hughes and Silicone Soul (Sonia). Weekly.

I Rum And Drum at llay .ina.

Spni~ midnight. 'l'chtco's l'tllll drenched musical journey play ing party beats from west coast Rtli to east coast |.;itttto ltottse.

I Shag at Fury Murry 's. llpiii .7). l5am. £5 (£3). Mark and James (i play itig to a good time party crowd in the guaranteed a winch l-tti'y's.

I Soaterama at Nice 'n’ Sleazy (ground lloor bar). Spnr-nrrdtnglit. Free Regular Friday evening do. with the best iii all sorts of fields from Aiiiei'tcana punk to dub. drum & bass aiid original indie.

I Soul Shine at Bar l.autrec's. <)piii-—lam. £2 (free before ltlpni). 'I have a dream. Soul. That's all the guys want to say about that. Pie-club.

I Strawberry Fields at Strawberry Fields. 9pm lain. £(i (£7 alter llpiii). Classic party sounds from the 0le through to the ths. Sinatra to Dry an Adams. Beatles to Abba. Madness to the Bay City Rollers.

I Tangent at The Stib ('ltib. llpiii 3am. £7 (£5). 25 Jill) and fortnightly. .-\-i\lan atid Panic's regular night of consistent musical excellence mixing tip deep funky house. beats. bass arid melodic techno. 25 .ltiii the guys are joined by lidinburgh's George T. he of the datiiii fine deep house night Tribal Fuiiktion iii lidiiiburgh. collaborator ys itli Sneak arid Gene Farris and all round nice guy. See llitlisl. l.ook otit for the biggest 'I'angent guest just round the corner in the form of Claudio ('occolulot ll) .lttl ). (‘lieck ne\t issue for the low-down on this lella.

I Test at The Sun (‘Itib llpiii .‘yam £7 (£5). 2 Jill and monthly. Ahsolutc experimental underground techno trom Dave Tariida. Shandy and assorted guests from labels such as Tresor. Satiy ac and Mosquito.

I Trash at Trash. llpiii~~3ani. £(i (£4 ). Busy. easy-going night with funky house in the riiaiii room from Stey ie Smith and street soul. swing and classic grooves iii the second fun”) from DJ Grahame.

I Traxx at g2. llplll-a‘NIIH. U). 2 Jul arid monthly. Continuing their extra special night of deep US house the Trays team bring Canada's Nick Holder. last seen rockitig the joint at Glasgow Sub Culture and Edinburgh's Tribal Funktion.

I Turbulence at The Glasgow School of Art. llpiii .‘iani. £4 (£2.50) Glasgow's only weekly diuiii and bass night bringing the ’l'urbulence crew back together. \\llll Tania Swift. Rob G. Stevie and Kenial playing the future sound of D&B. Turbulence Will be closed 2 Jul for the degree shows.

I Under the Influence at The Bedsit. ()plll-ZLIIH. £2 (free before llpiii). 25 Jtiii and monthly. Underground deep house and techno from Glen. Guy and Jay-hay.

I Yang at Yang. llpiii—3am (bar open from (ipni). £5 (free before llpiii). l’renirei' hip hop and scratch mixing from residents Denia & Nice (Frcek Menoovers) and Bunty in the newly renovated room two plus Stevie Donaldson and Domenic Gallacher (Ftised) slamming underground house iii rooni three.


I 99 at Alaska. Nest night It) Jul.

I Archaos at Archaos. l lpm—4am. £8. Kris Keegaii and A]. mix up garage and house in the massive dome room dance floor”. which has one of the loudest sound systems and most impressive light shows iii Scotland. plus full aerial display. lain 'l‘hompson playing chunky disco in Betty's while Paul 'l’raynor plays R&B. swing and hip hop iii the nieiiibers' Sky Bar.

I Bennet's l l.3()pni—3am. £6 (£5). DJ Sara with a good daiicey tnix downstairs that‘s a bit heavier than her Wednesdays. plus DJ Grant Duff on the upper floor playing more handbaggy house. Gay.

I Bite The Bullet at Club Btidda. llpiii—3am. £(i. Coliii Walker of New York AlliancefTonka fame with his first club residency for a while. playing his characteristic brand of deep New York house. Joined regularly by Gareth Soiiiniei'ville. Coliii Cook and Neale Smith.

I Born at The Horn. llpiii—3am. £6 (£5). Stephen Foy atid Mark Donally with ftniky house and garage at this dressy

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EDEN are giving two readers the chance to see


play live at their club night on 27 JUNE and a copy of their CD SUNS 0F ARQA MEETS THE GAYAN UTTEJAK ORCHESTRA

All you have to do is be the first two people to turn up with this copy of The List Magazine.

Doors open at 9.30pm. See club and music

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