Glasgow, Saturdays Pre-club cont.
I The Corinthian at The Corinthian. ()pm‘lale. Free. Weekly. Wayne Dixon takes care of the tnain bar in this tnega leisure complex with a selection of classic sotil and disco and contemporary ‘groove' (i.e. proper) RrkB.
I Cul De Sac at The (‘ul De Sac. 9pm midnight. Free. Weekly. Jim llutchison from Soma with funkcd-up techno and deep house.
I Dirty Wriggles at The Variety Bar. ()pin- tnidnight. Free. Weekly. .-\ techno ‘n' electro pre-club set from Dirty Wriggles of Mystec Beatl.
I Fourward Thinking at t-otn-(‘at'e Bar ((‘('A). ‘)pm midnight. Free. Weekly. Pre-club with an emphasis on breaks and beats.
I Kenny H at Russell‘s Cafe Bar. ‘)pm--midnight. Free. Weekly. Funky house. with a smattering of soul.
I My Machines at The Variety Bar, The My Machines crack squad. Hamish and Wilkes. warm up with some lop- flight techno.
I Nico’s at Nico's. ()pm midnight. Free. Weekly. (lay-in Somerville with a pungent blend of cheesy house.
I Nomad at Nomad. 7.30pm tnidnight.
Free. Weekly. linjoy some quality house from Kris Keegan. Ian Thompson and A]. and you can capture those cheeky grins with the free camera hire offer.
I Sam Wallace at liat Drink Man Woman. 8pm midnight. Free. Weekly. Across-the-btnu'd Itotise sounds to get you ready for a night out.
I Sensu at Piyo l’ivo. 9pm midnight. Free. Weekly. l’ll5.5 and (iary Lawson deliver global sounds from Brazilian hip hop to French house. from (ierman jit/l. to African funk.
I Soulfull at liat Drink Man Woman. 8pm—-midnight. Free. 28 Apr. Fortnightly. Northern soul and funk 45s with the Friday Street crew.
I Spy at Spy Bar. 9pm -1ate. Free. Weekly. (‘olin Davie and Lawrence Hughes do alternate Sats. both providing ( uality house grooves.
bTangent at Bargo. ‘)pm-—latc. Free. 28 Apr only. The Tangent duo do their disco-house thing at the tripTych warm-
I Walker 8. Hughes at The Living Room. 9pm—midnight. Free. Weekly. The deepest of house froin Colin and Lawrence »- one of the best ways to gear tip for the night out proper.
I The Works at Bar 10. 9pm—midnight. Free. Weekly. (iraham Wilson with soul. hip hop and house.
I Archaos at Archaos. 1 1pmv—4am. £8. Weekly. AJ. rocks the main room with house and garage. Ian Thompson whacks out the best in underground garage and dance classics in Betty‘s. while members in the Sky Bar are treated to quality grooves from Colin Davie and Laurence Hughes. In addition. the Archaos cast of
BPTHDA‘K BASH THE SUNDAY SOCIAL The Arches, Glasgow. Sun 6 May.
It’s not often that a club can claim to be unique, but
there’s nowhere else in Glasgow like the monthly mini- festival that is The Sunday Social. As you’d expect, The Arches’ all-dayer is celebrating its first birthday with a
typically diverse line-up of live music and visual treats.
‘I think I’ve achieved what I set out to,’ says programmer Tamsin Austin. ‘I’m a huge festival fan and, because they don’t run all year, I wanted to create something with that atmosphere and the sense that you don’t quite know what you’re going to see. Last time we had Alan Bryden, who’s the resident DJ, conducting a string quartet, playing some pieces he’d written and then playing their usual chamber music. But we can put people like Richard Devine on, who’s much harder and more experimental and people will listen.
‘1 think the people coming have realised that, even if they don’t like one act, they’ll probably like the next. We have a crowd of about 350 regulars who are really chilled and receptive to what we’re trying to do, so it’s perfect for putting on music that is difficult to place
Alongside the commitment to esoteric live music, ranging from up-and-coming Scottish electronica to Voigt Kampf to the grand old men of world jazz, Azymuth, the Social also has a strong commitment to visual stimulation. And it’s something Austin wants to develop by involving more local video artists alongside
the screenings and live VJing.
performers bring a touch of the cit‘cus to clubland with lire-eaters. stilt-walkers and daredevil [rape/e artistry.
I Bennet’s at Bennet‘s.
l l.3()pm~3am. £5. Weekly. Shaun with a commercial dance set and Annie with a blend of 70s and 80s hits at the city's oldest gay club. Not in terms of the clientele. of course.
I Bugged Out! at Queen Margaret Union. Next date 12 May with Andrew Weatherall.
I The Cathouse at The ('athouse. 10.30pm-3am. £3.50 (£2.50) before
1 1.30pm; £4 after. Weekly. lndie. rock. grunge and beats across two floors.
I Club 69 at Rocksy's Basement. 10pm—2.30am (midnight curfew). £6 (members only). Weekly. The team behind the Rub-A-Dub record shop with the deepest underground Detroit and electro sounds. For membership details. call Rub-A-I)ub on 400 6967.
Club Sole at Mas. l 1pm-3am. £10. 28 Apr only. Resident Stevie ‘Sole' Middleton welcomes DJ Spen of the Basement Boys. It‘s a tripTych thing and its also the launch of the Solevisions 3 album compilation.
I Colours at The Arches. Next date 12 May.
I Divine at Glasgow School of Art (downstairs). 10pm—-3am. £5 (£4); £3.50 GSA students. Weekly. Andrew Divine and Hush Puppy get on with the next ten
78 THE LIST 26 Apr—10 May 2001
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@GLASGOW ART SCHOOL 10-3AM
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21st century jazz maestro Ian Simmonds plays live
The Sunday Social’s video programme is set to expand with CineFeel joining resident VJ Tapehead for a three-month stint. The audio-visual collective,
founded in 1995, will be showing short films with a
music bias and promo videos from their archive, focusing on different directors and artists each month. The next year of Sunday Social events look set to repeat the formula of the past twelve months, drawing a crowd willing to listen to acts they may not know, and certainly won’t hear elsewhere, while expanding the
visual side of the equation. (Jack Mottram)
years of moogy noodling. Northern stomp and other future-retro sounds in the \"ic Bar. Meanwhile. in the front room. Ft'eakmcnoover types Dema and Mr Nice show off their hip hop turntable skills.
I Fluid at Alaska. Next date 1‘) May. I Freefall at The Arches.
l lpm- 3.30pm £10. 5 May. Monthly. Simon Foy and Alan Belshaw do their hard housey thing. and this month they've roped in Lisa Loud to give them a bit of a breather.
I Freeform at The 13th Note ('1th (both floors). 9pm—3am. Free before 10.30pm; £5 (£4) after. Weekly. All sorts of tunes from Steven and Paul Watt. taking in hip hop. jazz. disco and Latin. augmented by Ray Suzuki's left-of- centre projections.
I Freelance Science at Alaska. 11pm~3am. £10 (£8) 5 May. Monthly. Stuart and ()rde play around with a few decks. a sampler and other machines to mix up a bouncing techno storm. The kids love it. to the extent that the club is packed to sardine levels a few seconds after they open the doors. so get down early if you want tojoin the faithful.
I Fruitfly at The Arches. Next date 1‘) May.
I The Funk Room at The Arches. Next date 18 May.
I Fusion on The Renfrcw Ferry. Next date 16 June.
I Gain at Alaska. Next date 12 May with Samuel L. Sessions.
I Groovejet at Trash. 1 [pm—3am. £7 (£5). Weekly. Brothers Matt and Pete knock out quality house and garage in the main room. while Paul N‘Jie spins R&B in room two.
I Haptic at Riverside Club. Next date 12 May.
I Havana Esperito at Canvas. 10pm—3am. £7. Weekly. DJ Jazz brings his Latino box of tricks to the Merchant City‘s newest venue. Canvas. where there‘s no dedicated dancefloor. but there is classy service and an elegant. sophisticated vibe for those who've had enough of sweat with their salsa.
I High at Mas. l 1pm—3am. £8. Weekly. The Sat nighter at the new venue concentrates on the cutting edge of house. with a rotating pool of residents including Sole Music. Laurence Hughes. Glasgow Underground. Adaptor and Marcello Della Croce.
0 Homebass at Alaska. I 1pm 3am, £10 (£8). 28 Apr. Monthly. The Jengaheads juggernaut charges on. with a little help from le..\lurray Richardson and Phonic. For some reason. the dress code stipulates no duffel coats and no bowler hats. Presumably Belle & Sebastian fans and bttsinessmen are unwelcome. See llitlist.
I Home Cookin’ at Baba/a.
6pm -3am (DJs from 1 1pm). Free before 1 1pm; £5 after. Weekly. Naeein is joined by Stuart McCallum. regular guest at the likes of Fresh ‘n' Funky and Rotation down in the Big Smoke. who wil1 be ﬂying up each and every week to spin his trademark R&B with a dash of classic disco and funk.
I Infusion at Yang. 1 1pm 3am. Free before midnight; £5 after. Weekly. Making full Use of Yang‘s three rooms. you can catch ('olin (late and Dribbler in the main room with disco. New York garage and house. Andy \‘oung and Nick Peacock do their Latin jazz thing with live percussion from (ice in rootn two and. last but not least. Scott Ferguson and Rhonatnok man the decks in the upstairs bar.
I Inside Out at The Arches.
10pm ~ 3am. £20. 28 Apr. You certainly get your money’s worth at Inside Out. that's for sure. New resident Judge Jules is joined by Mauro Picotto. JFK. John Kelly. Luke Neville and Sister Bliss. ()riginal residents Alan Belshaw and Simon Foy look on at the monster they’ve spawned.
I Jamboree at Reds. 1 1pm 7 3am. £7 (£5). Weekly. John Lyons and Martin Hesketh of Velvet Rooms fame mix up a blend of commercial R&B and soul.
0 Knucklehead Present My Machines at The (ilasgow School of Art (upstairs). 10pm~1ate. £4 (£3.50). Weekly. Wilkes and Hatch with the latest in Scandinavian. European and US tech- no. with an emphasis on the funky. Still one of the best ways to enjoy yourself on a Sat night. as the frantic crowd will tes- tify. As part of the tripTych festival. the Machines welcome Andy Weatherall. Lone Swordsman and all round good bloke on 28 Apr.
I Let’s Go Back, Way Back at The Riverside Club. Next date 12 May. I Life at Life. 10pm—3am. £5. Weekly. Andy L'nger presents a selection of soul. funk and disco augmented with original samples and loops to guarantee a new take on familiar sounds.