Regular weekly clubs plus one off events are listed by city, then b day, then alphabetically by title. Clu s will be listed provided u -to-date details reach our offices at east seven days before publication. Lack of information may result in clubs being omitted. Glasgow club listings compiled by Jack Mottram.
I Burd Called Ger at [Cal Drink Man Woman. 8pm midnight. Free. Weekly. A new rtight at a new venue for Ms (ier featuring ltip hop, fuel. and reggae artd aimed at a student crowd.
I Deejays In Disguise at The Variety Bar. Spnvclose. Free. \‘y'eekly. 'l'he Knucklehead erew take a breather from tlteir usual heetie sty le and concentrate on tlte dubbier ettd ol the techno spectrum.
I Drum 8: Bass at liar ltt. ’ipin—late. Free. Weekly. As the name suggests, it’s dekb all the way at the city centre style bar. courtesy of Stephen Struthers.
I Free Party Power at The living Room. ‘)prn— midnight. Free. Weekly. Quality underground house action. spiced tip with a bit ol skewed disco.
I Nomad at Nomad. “.3!lptn—midnight. Free. Weekly. New pre-eliih with resident ‘Donut‘ .lay ‘jK irted by Kris Keegan. Ian Thompson and .\..l. spinning the best ltouse sounds.
I Pousey Cafe at .\ir()r_1,'anie 81-1 1pm. Free. Weekly. Shilling up .r gear alter the move from Stilt nights. the Jengaheads get you stoked up for a. night out with a mixed bag of beats. troin eleetro through to house.
I Phatboy’s Kitchen ill .\tet ‘lniill‘s Way Out West. Spin midnight. Free. Weekly. Hip hop. breaks and beats courtesy otti Man and the Wax Monkey.
I Virunga at lire-l. ltpm midnight. Free. Weekly. .\ top sel :etion ol tunes With a world bias. including sot'a. latin dartee, African and reggae.
I 1210 at llaba/a. Rpm-Rain. tj-l (L3). Weekly. lop notch lieuse. garage arid trance from Ian Thompson and David Gilmore. rertwwned 21 r keeping the crowd on their toes and dropping the odd surprise traek. ln .r bid to e:i-;-.>tir:rge new ltllclll. lite" resiients step titi‘.‘~ rt between S—l 1pm. turning to er the 'l‘eehtties to tip- and-eoming ills. (all lite club on le4 Ullli l‘ItT de‘lftlls t'i- llt)‘.‘. it) partieij‘ate.
I Bennet's :tl liennet‘s. :lprri .iatrr. £3 (£3). Weekly. Shaw n de liners a commercial dance mix in the main room, while Annie supplies 7lls and sits hits at this gay club
I Bug-A-Boo .it 'I lie \l-lx .~t Rooms.
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I Casino Royale at The .-\partment. llpm--‘xrm. L4. Wg-klv. Hitssanova beats. Hammond grooves. soundtracks and loungeeore lrotn your hosts l5rankie Savaon and Kirk St Moritz. Additional entertainment \altte added by the Beda/xlml comedy collective and Monty (‘antsitt oi lir'itl Room fame.
I Club Salsa Sabrosa at llayana liar. ltl.3tlpin .31rni. L11 (235(1). Weekly. 'l'op- notch latin sounds. ith all hip-shaking genres emered thanks to residents Keith. Alexis and (ieo l).
I Come Correct at 'l T.i\ll. lltpm Warn. £4 (£3). Weekly. 'l he lir ind nev.’ night showcasing all things hip hop continues with the ('ome ('orrett residents showing that they too can eut the rtitistard.
I Columbian at the .'\\j. lttnt Back Room. 8pm lam. t_'l; tree to (‘l‘Sl’ members. Weekly. Music w itlt breaks. front hip hop and big heat to soul and funk.
I Cop at Arelraos. llplll» 3am. £4 (£3). \Yeckly. Absolutely colossal student night
with Vance and CJ supplying hard partying house anthems in the main room and daft classics from Tam Coylc downstairs.
I Dazed 8: Confused at Qudos (Queen Margaret Student Union). 7.30pm—2am. £2 (£1) — students and up to four guests. Weekly. Live music every week from aspiring local talent until around 10.30pm, when the residents take over, spinning a retro set encompassing funk, soundtracks and indie classics.
I Freedom at The Shed. 10pm—3am. £3 (£2). Weekly. Paul N’Jic with a smooth mix of garage, funk and commercial house.
I Loose Joints at The 13th Notc Club.
1 1pm—3am. £2. Weekly (not 25 May). Lazarus and LB. have shifted the old Booty Jam up a gear with a new concept night. just like a 70s album. The concept being to play a broad mix of danceﬂoor classics, without overdoing the turntable technique, concentrating on the songs themselves. Is the this the first sign of a mixing backlash? See Fourplay.
I Pimp at Planet Peach. llpm—3am. £4. Weekly. Steve Gaston pumps out the l‘unkiest disco and lightens the blend with the occasional kitsch classic.
I Go Bang at Reds. 11pm—3am. £3. Weekly. GK Machine, Glenn C, Jay Hay and Guy spin a varied techno selection. I Hi Karate at The Glasgow School of Art. l()pm—2am. Free before 11pm; £1.50
(£1) after. Weekly. Andrew Divine and
Neil McMillan are joined on 11 May by
the Battlecreek posse, celebrating the
second release on Illicit from The Deadly Avenger‘s breakbcat project. Alongside
' The Avenger, Touche, Andy Organic
Audio and Portishead DJ Andy Smith are
i set to man the decks. As if that wasn’t f enough, after the St. Etienne gig has
finished on 25 May, the Karatccrs are joined by Ultimate Dilemma recording stars The Runaways on four decks, with MC Marshmello chatting over the top.
Should be quite a night. Sec Hitlist. f I MFI at Universe (Coatbridge).
l Ipm—2.3(lam. £4 (£2). Weekly. Big telly man Iiwan Mzichod and DJ Bob with a
disco-tinged selection of house old and
I Rhythm And Blues at Life. ltIpm—3am. £5. Weekly. A night of top-
, notch R& B with Paul Traynor (Babaza) ' joined by Naeem and Stuart McCallum.
I Roots To The Future at The Temple. I lpm—3am. £8. 25 May. It’s another ‘unique‘ mix of live sets and DJ antics
v this, but the music on offer certainly
scents worth a look. The house band are 'l‘he AsianCelt Soundsystcm, who do
what it says on the tin: mix up bhangra
and (‘eltie folk. Live guests at this launch
: event are Shooglenifty, who managed to 1 provoke the Sydney Opera House’s first
ever stage invasion, apparently. DJ support comes courtesy of Alex Kasiek (founding member ofTransglobal Underground) and one DJ Mal.
I Skint at The (‘athousc. l 1pm—3am. £4
(£2). Weekly. Tough chemical breaks and beats. rock artd indie for a studenty crowd.
I Skycop at Skybar (Archaos).
l 1.45pm—3am. £4 (£3). Weekly. The
posh bit of Archaos thrills to the deep
house stylings of Ryan Kerr, as the
regular student night packs them in downstairs.
I Special Favours at The Glasgow
f School ofArt (Vic Bar). lllpm—Zam. £1.5U. Weekly. An evening from the self- proclaimed ‘goddesses of sound’ DJ
Mingo-go and LJT Bosom, who promise
to provide everything from naff pop to
cheesy beats via sleazy elcctro. I Thursday Is Enough at Club Budda. l lpm—3am. £4 (£3). Weekly. Disco and
house from Stevie Smith.
I Tune! at g2. llpm—3am. Free entry
before 1 1pm; £3 (£2) after. Weekly.
Simon Morrison and Andy llorn select
brand new house arid trance, plus Ibiza
favourites to jog the memory.
I Tunnel Thursdays at The Tunnel. llpm—3am. £4 (£3). Weekly. Tunnel regulars Kevin McFarlane and Scott Maekay, plus Lisa Littlewood in room two, spin house for a dressed-up crowd of
students. 25 May sees the rather famous Judge Jules hosting a one-off party alongside the residents’ usual efforts.
I Upfront at The Asylum. 10pm—3am. £1 (free to CUSU members). Weekly. Eddie Tonner and Scott Mochar with quality house and trance.
I The Wha? at The 13th Notc Club. 11pm—3am. £5 (£4). 25 May. Monthly. Hip hop, jazz and funk from The Wha? collective, plus live stuff from house band Muddy Pedals and skateboard related visuals and exhibits, with celebrity guest types promised in the near future.
I Yang at Yang. 11pm—3am. Free before midnight; £3 (£2) after. Weekly. Fantastic night featuring live funk action from Elevation Trio in the bar and weekly residents Bob Peck and Charlie Inman slamming out their trademark block party hip hop, funk and breaks.
Chart & party
I Loveshack at Fury Murry ’s. llpm-3.15am. £4 (£2). Weekly. Jim Downie with a blend of commercial classics, vintage indie and a touch of disco.
I Rumble at The Garage. 11pm—3am. £4 (£2). Weekly. Absolutely crackers student night, stuffed to the gunncls every time with kids sharking to the sounds of chart hits, indic favourites and lowbrow house.
I Superstar at Trash. 11pm-3am. £4 (£3). Weekly. Party tunes, pop and indie faves for students and the like-minded. I Wired at Destiny. 10pm-3am. £2 before 11pm; £3 after. Weekly. Casual night at the wrought-iron exhibition-cum- club, with a new name to match the dancier music policy. This is the only time when denim and trainers are acceptable apparel here, so you don’t have to iron your Ben Sherman.
I Alkemie at The 13th Note Cafe. 9pm—midnight. £2. Weekly. Tania Swift, Poise, Spore and Mark with a new drum & bass night — the only regular opportunity to catch d&b in Glasgow.
I Bar Jedi at Bar Jedi. 9pm—midnight. Free. Weekly. Nick Craig and DJ Trace with an eclectic mix of relaxed clcctro, ﬁltered disco and tech-house.
I Brian Murnin at The Living Room. 9pm—midnight. Free. Weekly. A year on, and Brian continues to ‘play the songs that make the whole world sing‘.
I Budda at Bar Budda. 8pm—midnight. Free. Weekly. Chris Harris spinning groove-led house to the usual party crowd. I Bughouse at Balsa. 9pm—midnight. Free. Weekly. Chunky house grooves to liven up the city centre.
I Critical Mass at Nice ‘n’ Sleazy. 8pm—latc. Free. Weekly. Jon Fopp aka Nodj with a wilfully peculiar selection ranging from punk to funk and all points in between.
I Cul De Sac at Cul Dc Sac. 9pm—midnight. Free. Weekly. chh-phunk sounds from Anton and Doug.
I Andy Guest at Bar 10. 7pm—latc. Free. Weekly. New pre-club from the Slave and Reli ion regular.
I E ward s at Edward’s. 9pm—midnight. Free. Weekly. Upbeat selections from Keith Pypcr to get you going for the weekend.
I Freelax at Four Cafe Bar (CCA). 9pm—midnight. Free. Weekly. Hi-tcch funk and jazz in the McLellan Galleries pro-club.
I Illuminations at The Lighthouse. 8.30pm—midnight. Free. Weekly. DJ Dandy (Disco X) and Alan B. (Brcach)) spin ‘Tomorrow, yesterday, today’ music. Disoricntation is a sign of alcoholism you know boys.
I Midi Hi-Fi at Nice ‘n’ Sleazy. Next date 26 May.
I Nomad at Nomad. 7.3(me—midnight. Free. Weekly. Kris chgan, Ian Thompson and A.J. join ‘Donut’ Jay at this prc-club. Free camera hire adds a nice touch.
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The best clubs this
Traxx The residents are joined this time by Elliot Eastwick, head of the ever-reliable Paper Recordings imprint and founder of Hard Times, who is also joined by label-mate Miles Holloway. Planet Peach, Fri 72 May.
Hi Karate You’re always in for a good night at Hi Karate, but they have a flurry of guests booked for the summer to keep the kids interested. First up is the Battlecreek tour, celebrating the second release for The Deadly Avenger’s collaboration project on Illicit Records. Alongside The Avenger, Touche, Andy Organic Audio and Portishead DJ Andy Smith will be showcasing their disparate styles. Glasgow School of Art, Thu 77 May.
Derrick May lt's legend time again, with a three-hour set from the famously un-prolific dance music pioneer. May, aka Mayday and Rhythm ls Rhythm, had a hand in kick-starting modern dance music with the seminal ’Strings of Life' track. Frankly, tonight is unmissable for anyone and everyone who gives two hoots about house or techno. The Temple, Sat 73 May
My Machines The Art School seems to be pulling out all the stops at the moment as far as booking the big names goes, and Wilkes 8r Hatch are joined by one of the biggest: Andy Weatherall (picture). The man needs no introduction really, suffice to say the former Primal Scream producer is virtually guaranteed to serve up the kind of set the kids talk about for weeks. Glasgow School ofArt, Sat 73 May.
Deathlehem Clubs for kids who don’t hold with all that modern dance music claptrap are thin on the ground, and this superbly named new night should help to provide a bit of balance for fans of all things metal and rock. Think AC/DC, Sabbath, Slipknot and Korn. Scary biscuits. The 73th Note Club, week/y Wed.
Syntax A brand new night at a brand new venue, occupying the space formerly know as Tin Pan Alley. Expect Detroit to dominate with electro, techno and house from the residents and special guest Jason Pussypower. GI, Sat 79 May.
11-25 May 2000 THE usrn