Regular weekly clubs plus one-off events are listed by city, then b day, then al habetically by title. Clu s will be isted provrded up-to-date details reach our ofﬁces at least seven days before publication. Lack of information ma result in clubs being omitted. Clu listings compiled by Rory Weller.
I Bennet's at Bennet’s. llpm—3am. £3 (£2). Weekly. Contemporary house from Annie and Grant. Gay.
I B.N.O.T.Y at Babaza. 6pm-3am. £3 (£2); free before 11pm. Weekly. Feel good house and disco at this after-hours shake down for the older mid-week party groover.
I Brel at Brel. 8.30—11pm. Free. Weekly. Nimbus DJs and Norse Ned play soul and funk.
I Cop at Archaos. 11pm-3am. £4 (£3). Weekly. Massive student night, with party house anthems in the main room from the residents plus the added attraction of the Archaos ﬂying dancers. Tam Coyle does his kitschy party sing- along in the room downstairs and up in the Sky Bar they’ve got Sky Cop with Ryan Kerr playing all the big house and garage.
I Dee lays In Disguise at Variety. 8pm—close. Free. Weekly. Super underground dubby mix of techno and electronica from the guys who do Saturday up at the Art School Hatch and Jilkes of Knucklehead (My Machines). I Fatboy's Kitchen at McChuill’s Way Out West. 8—llpm. Free. Weekly. Big beat and hip hop.
I fnuk at The Apartment. 11pm-3am. £3 (£2). Weekly. Upfront house from Billy Milligan and Stephen Foy playing to a good looking slightly older crowd.
I Freedom at The Shed. 10pm—3am. £3 (£2). Weekly. Southside action with Paul N ’Jie in the main hall playing funk, garage and chart house.
I Free Flow at Glasgow School Of Art (downstairs). 9pm-2am. £1 (students and guests). Weekly. Northern soul, funk flavour, jazzy breaks and beats, hip hop, movie soundtracks and drum & bass in the We Bar.
I Funky Fursdays at Planet Peach. 11pm-3.15am. £3 (£2). Weekly. DJ Stevie G playing funky disco.
I Hi Karate at the Glasgow School of Art (upstairs). 10pm—2am. £1. Weekly. Neil McMillan and Andrew Divine’s scissor-kicking a furious funk vibe into Thursday nights with this deep down and dirty stormer of a night. A masterful combination of hip hop, soul, funk, electro, jump-up, ragga and reggae.
I Kenny ll at The Cul De Sac. 9pm-midnight. Free. Weekly. Pre-club. Eclectic funky imports from Kenny H. I Last Exit at Club Budda. 11pm—3am. £4 (£3). Weekly. inside Out/F he Ark’s Simon Foy playing a steady mix of house anthems and commercial garage.
I Loveshack at Fury Murry’s. 11pm-3.15am. £4 (£2). Weekly. Classic indie, house and disco sounds from Jim Downie.
I Movement at The Velvet Rooms. 11pm—3am. £4 (£2). Weekly. DJ Paul Melon with poppy cheese and dance.
I Picante at Reds. 11pm—3am. £4 (£2). Weekly. DJ Skud with hot and spicy house with a Latin edge.
I Rumble at The Garage. 11pm-3am. £4 (£2). Weekly. All your favourite charty dance faves, movie tunes and indie classics, plus devastatingly drunk students.
I Salsa Sabrosa at Havana. 8pm-midnight. Free. Weekly. Quality Latin dance grooves, barrio beats and salsa from New York, Columbia and Puerto Rico.
I Skint at The Cathouse. llpm-3am. £4
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(£2). Weekly. Indie/grunge/chemical beats at Scotland’s number one rock club. I Solemusic at Alaska. 11pm—3am. £5 (£4). 2 Sep. Monthly. Glasgow record label Solemusic have had over 40 releases making good in both the commercial and underground arenas. Label boss Stevie Middleton brings you a series of quality soulful house and garage nights reflecting the quality of the label. Each month sees a deck battle between the local crew and names from outta town, and this time we see Middleton and Chris Harris joined by Bobbi and Steve from London’s Garage City. They’re all in the club room upstairs while Al Kent plays real deal disco classics in the white room. See Hitlist.
I Soundpresence at The Temple. 9.30pm—2am. £5 (tickets from 23rd Precinct). 9 Sep. Monthly. Another of the massive R&B/ hip hop nights we’ve seen in the last few months and this looks like slammingjust like the ones before. Radio One’s Trevor Nelson heads the bill joined by THAD Byron (MCA), a live set from HlL St Soul plus Glasgow’s own Paul N’Jie. See R&B panel and Hitlist.
I Superstar at Trash. 11pm-3am. £4 (£3). Weekly. Studenty mix of indie, pop and arty house.
I anna Play? at The Tunnel. llpm-3am. £4 (£2.50 with matric card). Weekly. The Tunnel’s student night, with Kevin and Scott from weekends at the Tunnel, joined by Lisa Littlewood, mixing an accessible spread of contemporary house anthems and timeless classics.
I Yang at Yang. 11pm-3am (bar open from 6pm). £3 (£2); free before 11pm. Weekly. Elevation Trio, Glasgow-based funk collective play live every week in the bar, while residents Bob Peck & Charlie lnman mix up hip hop & soul to funk breaks and house in room two. In the club room there’s a rotating selection each week. 26 Aug the Mystec Beatz crew bring on their sleaze to please with the sexiest acid sounds in town. 2 Sep it’s Foresight with quality underground dance music, 9 Sep Goodfoot with Northern soul, funk and R&B.
I Alaska at Alaska. 11pm-3am. £6 (£5). Weekly. Top night in this magniﬁcent two-ﬂoored venue featuring the legendary Nick Peacock, Muchail, Alan and Raymond Woods playing a mix of funk, jazz, soul, R&B and house plus live percussion.
I Apartment at The Apartment. 11pm—3am. £8. Weekly. Jim Da Best playing a clubby party mix at this good looking venue, with even better looking clientele.
I The Ark at The Tunnel. 10.30pm-3am. £7 (£5). Weekly. Your trio of professional caners Michael Kilkie, Scott Mackay and Zammo (Rhumba) living it large in the main room throwing out thumping 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, but still bordering insanity in his own style. 3 Sep, Paul Oakenfold joins the residents before making off to his set at Homelands. Price tbc. See Hitlist and Phactﬁle.
I Bennet's 11.30pm-3am. £4 (£3). Weekly. Grant Duff downstairs with an upbeat dance night, then DJ Shawn for handba y house upstairs. Gay.
I Bud a at Bar Budda. 8pm—midnight. Free. Weekly. Pre-club. Chris Harris with a chunk house pre-club warmer.
I Bud asole at Club Budda. llpm—3am. £5. Weekly. Stevie Middleton, internationally renowned DJ and owner of Sole Music Records, continuing upstairs with his own particular brand of American deep house and garage for the pe0ple who’ve been dancing on the tables down in Bar Budda earlier.
I Bump 'N' Hustle at Babaza. 6pm-3am (DJs from 11pm). £5 (free before 11pm). Weekly. A celebration of black music from Paul Traynor after Jamie Strang warms things up with funky
I Carwash at g2. llpm-3am. £3 (£2). Weekly from 4 Sep. New party night of disco, funk and soul from Jerry Lyons (Garage).
I Cheesy Pop at The Queen Margaret Union. 10pm-2am. £3 (£2). Weekly. Students and four guests. lt’s cheesy and it’s poppy and it’s just unbridled fun all the way, brought to you by DJ Toast. Note that this fromage fandango continues all the way through the summer.
I Crash at The Shed. lOpm-3am. £4 (£3). Weekly. Dave Ross playing an eclectic mix of kitsch classics at this Southside club from the team behind The Gara e.
I Cu De Sac at Cul De Sac Bar. 9pm-midnight. Free. Weekly. Pre-club. Anton and Doug with pre-club head phunk.
I Deep Fried at The 13th Note Club (both ﬂoors). 11pm—3am. £3. Weekly. The Kung Funk Collective with hip hop, funky breaks and kicking beats.
I Domenic at The Cooler. 9pm-midnight. Free. Weekly. Pre-club. One half of the Subculture team playing undiluted American house.
I 92 at g2. 11pm—3am. £3 (£2). 27 Aug only. One off night from Andy Horn with a good time retrospective of house night. I 68 Experience at The Temple. llpm—3am. £6 (£4). Weekly. Radio Clyde’s George Bowie and international DJ producer Trevor Reilly (Manifesto) playing full-on house to a full house. An ‘unpretentious’ (for that read not too many students), busy night.
I Gold 'N' Delicious at Archaos. 11pm—3am. £6 (£4). Weekly. David Gilmore and Ryan Kerr playing quality house and garage amid the spectacle of the Friday night acts. Bungee jumping acrobats, stilt walkers and much madness. Jamie Strang also plays soul and R&B in Bar One. Up in the Sky Bar
Mathew Morton plays R&B, funk and garage.
I Goodfoot at The Bedsit. 9pm—2am. 3 Sep. Fortnightly. £4. Glasgow’s best Northern soul night has now left the Sub Club and takes up residency here. The full crew of Scott Brown, Kev & Mark and Andrew Divine mix up the soul esoteric classics which earned them the 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. Pre-club. The sound of the Latino house underground from DJ Jazz.
I Katch at The Cathouse. 10.30pm—3am. £4 (£3); £1 before 11.30pm. Weekly. Three floors of rock, hip hop, chemical beats, grunge and contemporary indie.
I Love Bug at The Garage. 10.30pm-3am. £4 (£3). Weekly. 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 early.
I Paul Cawley at Air Organic. 9pm—midnight. Free. Weekly. Pre-club. 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.
I Polo Lounge at The Polo Lounge. 11pm—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. 11pm-3.15am. £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 date 17
Sea. I adar at The Cross Bar.
Glasgow Club News
Not content with club promotion, fronting Trade in Glasgow, ex-‘lTF songstress Mary Kiani has gone the whole hog and will open her own club venue - ‘Slave Glasgow‘. She's signed a 25-year lease on the former Hatt Club on Clyde Street, and doors open in the last week of October.
The Slam crew were out in Ibiza recently for Stuart’s stag do and thought that it would be dead funny to put their food and drinks tab on David Morales' bill. Apparently he and his security guards didn't see the funny side and hasty reparations had to be made. Tsk, tsk.
More apologies, this time between Manchester's Paper Recordings and Glasgow's DJ Q over their respective city scenes. After a slanging match in various media, DJ Q passed on a message to the Paper boys when they were up here at the weekend that as far as they were concerned it was ‘all just a bit of banter’ and they apologised by playing four of his
records in their set. (Rory Weller)