CLUBS listings CLUB LISTINGS continued
I Arakataca! at The Bongo Club. Monthly. No dates until September.
I Atomic Baby at The Honeycomb. llpm—3am. £l0 (£8). 3| Jul. Fortnightly. Long-running and popular club. you can still catch Michael Kilkie. Zammo and
Darren Davies in the main room with some Euro house sltii'tttcts w llllL‘ (iatclli Sommerville chills stiritcw hat tiizougli the back with some deep house and American garage. What else can we say 1’ Any suggestions to the usual Altltllk‘s‘s.
I Big Beat at Cafe (iiaffiti. l()pin 2am. £6 (£5). 3| Jul. Monthly. The Groove [)iggaz make a welcome debut at this popular (JilliCCthXH‘jil/l. club |)Js Simon
The Joy of Six
Maggie & Alan celebrate the sixth birthday of the ever-popular hard house and techno night Joy. We asked the pair to squeeze in to a photobooth with their six most important bits of vinyl, ever!
We Shape Space: ‘The Message Part II' (Bosting Records)
From the progressive house side of Joy, a huge tune for me back in the summer of '94. Martin Luther King plus bagpipes -- an intoxicating combination. (Alan)
Chakra: 'Home' (Earth Music) Summer '97. A wonderful lyric beautifully sung with a production that complements the emotion of the track. (Alan)
Celeda: 'Be Yourself (And No one Else)‘ (Twisted)
This record epitomises a different style of music that I'm currently exploring. It’s dark and sexy but much slower and groovrer than the music usually assooated With Joy. If you come along to the club fairly early, you’ll hear me playing a more American, vocal style of house. (Alan)
Rene Et Gaston: 'Vallée De Larmes' (React)
This IS the track that set tl‘..ii:js oil for me when I began to take Dhnt; senously. Heard it way back ll) "'3‘ .l Eurodance in Paris Totally a-x-xesonie (Maggie)
Brothers In Rhythm: 'Such A Good Feeling’ (Force 8-Way)
One of the classic. Takes me back to the good old days of Joy clown at Calton Studios when clubbing was very much in its infanCy. Fond memories (Maggie)
Fracma: 'Toca Me' (Orbit)
Thought I would bring y0ti bang up to date with one of my favourites at the minute. Madness springs to mind when played out at Joy’s peak moment. (Maggie)
76 THE LIST 22 Jul—5 Aug I999
and Stuart lay down the vinyl for an appreciatiye and \ aried crowd.
I CC. Blooms at ('.(.‘. Blooms.
l lpm--3am. Free. Weekly. Get tip and move those hips .it this very busy gay bar/club. I Cafe Aquarius at (‘afe Aquarius. 9pm Iaiii. Free. Weekly. The Cuban Brothers alternate with lih'.’Wtin| for great Saturday night pie-club action.
I Catwalk at The (‘atwalk 9pm—laiii. Fiee. \‘v'eekly. Gordon Whittaker and Mark Price alternate to play an eclectic mix of happening house beats in this qttalrtv pie—club bar.
I Colours .it The Potterrow. Monthly. No dates until August.
I Colours of Love at (‘luh Mercado. llpm ~4am. £l2 i£|()) 24 .liil. Fortnightly. It's the Summer Sessions Part 2 with house l)J Norman Jay playing the house and garage anthems fora dressy crowd. Get there early. the queue always does.
I Cream at The Potterrow. 9pm 3am. £8 (£6). 24 .lul. Monthly. The last Potteriow date tiiitil September. Catch the lidinbui'gh residents in all their glory at this take on the superclub tliang. Les Ryder. (iaz l ong and Neil McKay play house music all night long.
I Cuba Norte at Cuba Norte.
ll)pm <lam. Free. Weekly. It's Saturday so it must be salsa -check his .lorge. (‘oco and James (‘ombe on rotation.
I Czech This Out at Pivo. 9pm— lam. Free. Weekly. Precltib. Local l)Js provide the choons at this popular bar.
I Disco Inferno at The Venue.
ll). 3|)pm 3am. £6. 24 Jtil. Fortnightly. |)on your widest flares. shortest mini or biggest afro but make sure that you can giooy e in your platfoi‘iiis - this is a night of drunken tongue-in-cheek madness stuck firmly in the 7()s. Delirious tlisco and fired-up funk in the main room; soul. rare grome and a Latin selection in the (“Utilc‘li
I Diva at the Liquid Rooms. llpm-late. £6 (£5) 3| Jul. Monthly. A brand new monthly night starting in the much under- used Liquid Rooms. Yogi l-laughton will be the resident DJ and entirely in control of the music policy so you just know that quality will he the word. lixpect disco on a grand scale with jazz. Latin. funk and smooth garage and some of Yogi's fave mates doth Tonight Joseph Malik of
l llZilltl Lounge fame guests. Absolutely essential that you be there. my friends. I The Egg at The Wee Red Bar.
I lpm 3am. £4 (£3.50). Weekly. A mix of indie. ()()s. soul. deep funk. soundtracks and all things groovy at this popular Art (‘ollege student tinion.
I eh1 more at eh I. 9pm -lam. Free. Weekly. Yogi llaugliton plays his garage and sotrl tunes on the first and third Saturday and rising deep liotise star Murray Richardson shows why he is worthy of attention on the second and fourth.
I Energise at Subway. llpm--3am. £2. Weekly. Various party sounds.
I Envy at Revolution. l()pm~3am. £5 before llpm; £6 before midnight; £7 after. Weekly. Simon Coy le plays chart and dance to a young West lind crowd. I Filth at Studio 24. lvlonthly. Next date l4 Aug.
I Fire Island at Wilkie llouse. Monthly. Next date ll Sep.
I Flares at Flares. 9pm—- I am. Free. Weekly. l)Js playing a range of 70s tunes to a West End crowd.
I Hanky Panky at La Belle Angele.
l lpm~3am. £5. Weekly. Very popular. full-on mainstream and dance night with music from the 70s to the 90s.
I Headspin at The Bongo Club. ltl.3()pm—-3am. £5 (£4). 3| .Iul. Monthly. ()ne of the coolest nights in the capital with a heady four deck llll.\ of hip hop. trip hop. funk. soul and jazz. with local musicians of note jamming along. The supremely talented folk at Delta \"isual will be wow ing you with the. er. visuals. I Jazz Joint at Henry's Cellar Bar. l()pm—3ani. £5 (£4). Weekly. Ugly (J‘roove Movement (24 .I til) rotate with Sister Sotil. a trio of local soul divas (3| .ltil). l).l Ktilti. Tinktr and guests provide the support.
I Joy at Wilkie House. l0.30pm—3am. £8 (£6) before llpm; £9 (£6) after. 24 Jul. Monthly. One of the capital's most favoured gay clubs celebrate their sixth. yes sixth. birthday tonight. You can be sure that Maggie & Alan will be pulling
out all the stops fora non-stop ride to
oblivion on the (liltiCClTOtH‘ with their solid mix of hard house and techno. They've asked their pal Mrs Wood to drop by for the bash while Sally Findlay and Trendy Wendy will be cutting up the cheese through the back. Absolutely essential night. See Fourplay.
I Jungle Magic at The Potterrow. Monthly. No dates until September.
I Le Freak at The Attic. llpm—3am. £5. Weekly. Seventies and chart music.
I Liquid at The Liquid Room. lt).30pm—3am. £5. Weekly. Billy James. Kevin Jones and Andy Ford play uplifting house.
I Lizzard Lounge at Cafe Grafﬁti. l()pm—2am. £6. Weekly (not 3| Jul). Still on fire. The Cuban Brothers tonight make their Lounge debut. If you are one of the few who have not been accosted by the Latin DJs cum breakdancers cum Latin lovers. then this is your chance. Expect a pretty insane night ofjazz. funk. hip hop and a little cheese. DJ Harry Lets Go supports.
I Loca at Loca. 7pm—3am. Free entry before llpm; £l before midnight: £2 midnight—lam; £3 l—2am. Weekly. A fun mix of chart. dance and disco for a more mature. but no less sloshed. crowd.
I Loveshack at The Jaffacake. l().30pm~3aiii. £5. Weekly. lvlainstream party night.
I Luvely at Wilkie House. Monthly. No dates until September.
I The Mambo Club at The Cavendish. l()pm—3am. £5 (£4). Weekly. World music with Sir ()ssie playing the full spectrum of African. soca. Latin. salsa. reggae and ragga sounds.
I Messenger Sound System at The Bongo Club. 9pm—3am. £6 (£5). 24 Jul. Fortnightly. Dub and reggae fora chilled and appreciative crowd.
I Mingin’ at Studio 24. upstairs only. £5. 3| Jul. Monthly. Alan Joy hosts a dark and sexy hard house and trance night for a ver I loyal mixed crowd.
I Ministry 0i Sound at The Potterrow. Monthly. No dates until September.
I The Mission at Studio 24. Next date 7 Aug.
I Moroccan Clouds at Po Na Na. l()pm-3am. Free before I lpin; £2 after. Weekly. Well Stirred at the controls in this busy bar/club. dropping a mix of disco. ftiiik. 60s. 70s. 80s. hip hop and cheese.
I Naughty at The Ark. 9pm-3am. £5. Weekly. Half price with llyer. A night for the office workers wanting to drink and dance to party tunes.
I Noa at Noa. IOpm—3am. Free entry before midnight: £6. Weekly. Head through to the back room for quality garage and house with Taste's Martin Valentine.
I Phat Pharm at City 2. 9pm—lam. Free. 3| Jtil. Fortnightly. The unmissable Yogi Haughtoii serving up real deal garage. rare groove and funk.
I Raw at Negociants. l()pm—3am. Free. Weekly. Check otrt the new improved Raw with their excellent Saturdays-only soundsystem. lights and decor from John Finifiex. Neil McDonald and Ben McCabe are still providing deep and funky bliss for the massesjoined by occasional guests.
I Salsa Pa Ti at Cafe Habana. IOpm—lam. Free. Weekly. DJ James Combe and guest DJs play a mix of hot and spicy music at this Cuban bar.
I Scratch at The Venue. l Ipm—3am. £6 (£5). 3| Jul. Fortnightly. ()ld skool rapping hero Y'/. of Tough City Records fame drops by to lay a few lyrics on the line. You will no doubt know his classic 'Thinking ()fA Masterplan'. an essential hip hop l2in. He will be joined by Manchester group AIM froin the Grand Central stable.
I Sensation at The Cavendish. l()pm—3am. £6. Weekly. A mix of 70s to 90s smash hits for an over 25s crowd.