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Fe u r p lay American-born, Glasgow-basele Ringo-go hosts The Hip flip. a night of easy beats, sleazy pop and sunshine grooves every Sundayin the White Room at Alaska. and co- hosts Get Smart with Hush Puppy every Friday at Spy Ban

Buscemi: ‘Angel of LA EP’ (Downstall Plastics).

Pick 'First Flight To London' off the EP for sleaze bass groove and big bongos yessss!

H I??? Yukari Fresh: 'New Years Fresh’ (Escalator).

I play C 05 too. Modern lap-pop at its trashiest.


hay Makers: 'Presto' (demo). LA‘s newest undiscovered sensation, shimmering funk beauty.

_ ' ea _. , . Dudley Moore: 'Bedauled OST' (Decca).

Rare genius from Arthur. Psych, lush now sound jazz perfection.

56 TIIEUST 8—22 Jul 1999


respect they deserve from the west coast Fred Perry scooter boys and girls. Watch and learn.

I Havana Barcelona at Barcelona. 8pm—midnight. Free. Weekly. The sound of the Latino house underground from DJ Jazz. Pre-club.

I iengaheads at g2. l lpm—3am. £6 (£5). 9 Jul and monthly. New regular night which marks Ali and Martyn Jenga's first self promoted jolly since the night at Jet years ago. Now ever nearer to attaining superstar DJ status with sets at Homelands and DJing with all the best spinners. the duo bring us their nu school breaks. electro and breakbeat fusion every month. Tonight. the pair welcome along a bloke recently tipped by Muzik as one to watch. DJ Carl Clark (Urban DK) from Headstart. the night that took over from the Heavenly Social.

I Katch at The Cathouse. 10.30pm—3am. £4 (£3); £l before ll.30pm. Weekly. Three floors of rock. hip hop. chemical beats. grunge and contemporary indie.

I lime at The Lime. l0.30pm-3am. £5 (£3). Weekly. DJ Cameron Craig with house. garage. nu soul and hip hop.

I Love Bug at The Garage. l0.30pm—3am. £4 (£3). An eclectic mix of good-time party tunes with a young. boppy. drinky and snoggy crowd. Wildly busy so it's well advised to haul yo ass down there earl .

I October Ca e at October Cafe. 9pm-midnight. Free. Weekly. The Tunnel's Scott McKay. Stephen Lee and Kevin McFarlane with a funky house and garage pre-club set.

I Paul Cawley at Air Organic. 9pm-midnight. Free. Weekly. 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. Pre-club.

I Polo Lounge at The P010 Lounge. llpm—3am. £5. Weekly. DJ Michelle in main club with 90s club and indie and the Trophy Room with Tom for a more 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). Weekly. Paul N'Jie playing fresh and upfront house funked up with a helping of R & B and soul classics.

I Psy Phi at The Sub Club. Next night 23 Jul with Talvin Singh.

I Radar at The Cross Bar. 8pm-midnight. Free. Weekly. Progressive dub and techno with an eclectic mix of ‘beats. biceps and squeaks‘. Pre-club.

I Reds at Reds. l lpm—3am. £6 (£5). Weekly. DJ Alan Ronald with commercial house. dance anthems and club classics. I Relief at The Arches. I lpm—3am. £8 (£6). Weekly. Night run by the crew behind the legendary Slam night. which Relief replaced. Relief offers the finest electro disco funk tech house from Laurence Hughes and Silicone Soul (Soma). 16 Jul. Underworld’s DJ mukka Darren Emerson trips into town. almost a year since the last time he played. for T in the Park. Take a gander over at the Phactfile to get the low-down on the bloke.

I Rum And Drum at Havana. 8pm—midnight. Weekly. Tchico‘s rum- drenched musical journey playing party beats from west coast R&B to east coast Latino house.

I Shag at Fury Murry's. llpm-3. l5am. £5 (£3). Weekly. Mark and James G playing to a good time party crowd in the guaranteed a winch Fury's.

I Soaterama at Nice 'n' Sleazy (ground floor bar). 8pm—midnight. Free. Weekly. Regular Fri evening do. with the best in all sorts of fields from Americana punk to dub. drum & bass and original indie.

I Soul Shine at Bar Lautrec‘s. 9pm-lam. £2 (free before IOpm). Weekly. ‘l have a dream. Soul.‘ That‘s all the guys want to say about that. Pre-club. I Stateside Sounds at The State Bar (Holland Street). 4-7pm. Free. Weekly. DJ Paul Shields playing alternative country. rock and blues along the lines of

Led Zeppelin. Crosby Stills & Nash. Wilco etc.

I Strawberry Fields at Strawberry Fields. 9pm-3am. £6 (£7 after I lpm). Weekly. Classic party sounds from the 60s through to the 80s. Sinatra to Bryan Adams. Beatles to Abba. Madness to the Bay City Rollers.

I Tangent at The Sub Club. 1 [pm—3am. £7 (£5). l6 Jul and fortnightly. A-Man and Panic‘s regular night of consistent musical excellence mixing up deep funky house. beats. bass and melodic techno. Tonight the Tangent crew welcome a guest they‘ve been trying to get for years - Claudio Coccoluto Italy's godfather of house (but not the godfather of Italian house). Confused? See Clubs preview to reveal all on this awesome DJ. See also Hitlist.

I Test at The Sub Club. Next night 6


I Trash at Trash. l lpm—3am. £6 (£4). Weekly. Busy. easy-going night with funky house in the main room from Stevie Smith and street soul. swing and classic grooves in the second room from DJ Grahame.

I Turbulence at The Glasgow School of Art. llpm—3am. £4 (£2.50). Weekly. Glasgow's only weekly drum & bass night bringing the Turbulence crew back together. with Tania Swift. Rob G & Kemal (Konflict) and Stevie playing the future sound of D&B. 9 Jul Usual Suspects who record for Renegade Hardware (the same label as Konflict) guest. plus Simon D and Radar in the Vic Bar. See Hitlist.

I Yang at Yang. llpm—3am (bar open from 6pm). £5 (free before llpm). Weekly. Premier hip hop and scratch mixing from residents Dema & Nice

(Freek Menoovers) and Bunty in the newly renovated room two plus Stevie Donaldson and Domenic Gallacher (Fused) slamming underground house in room three.


I 99 at Alaska. llpm—3am. £8 (£6). l0 Jul and monthly. Double deep hip hop from Psy Phi’s Paul Cawley and Alex Horton up the stairs in the red room and Kev and Mark mixing up Northern soul. jazz and funk in the ground floor white room. Excellent club. excellent night.

I Archaos at Archaos. l lpm—4am. £8. Weekly. Kris Keegan and AJ. 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 in Scotland. plus full aerial display. lain Thompson playing chunky disco in Betty‘s while Paul Traynor plays R&B. swing and hip hop in the members' Sky Bar.

I Bennet's l 1.30pm—3am. £6 (£5). Weekly. DJ Sara with a good dancey mix downstairs that's a bit heavier than her Weds. plus DJ Grant Duff on the upper floor playing more handbaggy house.


I Bite The Bullet at Club Budda.

l lpm—3am. £6. Weekly. Colin Walker of New York Alliance/Tonka fame with his first club residency for a while. playing his characteristic brand of deep New York house. Joined regularly by Gareth Sommerville. Colin Cook and Neale Smith. I Born at The Born. 1 lpm-3am. £6 (£5). Weekly. Stephen Foy and Mark Donally with funky house and garage at this dressy venue.

I Bonkers at Bonkers. | lpm—3am. £5

Goodfoot The Bedsit, Fri 16 Jul and monthly.


Fortunately for Glasgow clubbers, the Northern Soul club Goodfoot is about as far from the cliche of moustachioed men re-mortgaging their homes for a one-sided demo pressing and frowning on anyone without documentation to prove their regular attendance at the Wigan Casino as

you can get.

The night was set up when Scott Brown, and like-minded former Mods Kev, Mark, Wee Scott and Barry started going to techno nights at the Sub Club and realised that their record collections could be combined with the inclusive atmosphere of post-rave clubbing to create something out of the


‘We've always tried to bit more diverse with the music,’ says Scott, ‘and now we're at the Bedsit, things are going really well. If people want to dance all night in the main room-they can, but they can also head through to the bar and relax to soundtracks and funk as well.’

Thankfully, the attempt to keep away from an elitist fanboy atmosphere doesn't result in two distinct rooms - one for the die-bards, the other for the curious - since you're as likely to hear soul stompers and more than a hint of funk on the dancefloor in addition to the constant stream of old

skool Northern favourites.

So, if repetitive beats are proving a little too, well, repetitive or you want to hear the tunes shamelessly plundered by the big beat elite (or for that matter, if you have a box full of over-priced singles and your patches sewn on just right), get down to Goodfoot and sample some of the best music Glasgow has to offer in a tipsy, go-for-it atmosphere. (Jack Mottram)