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Regular weekly clubs plus one off events are listed by city, then by day, then alphabetical by title. Clubs will be listed, provided that up to date details reach our offices at least eight days before publication. Lack of information may result in clubs being omitted. Glasgow club listings compiled by Gillian McGormack.

Glasgow Thursdays

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I Cul De Sac at (‘ul De Sac.

9pm iitidnight. Free. Weekly. Twitch and Wilkes take their eclectic ()ptiiiio sound out ot the club and into the pub. It's a ct‘a/y :tiea btil it ntightjust work for those w he can't wait ‘til Sun to hear shallow dub. psy clio rock and freaky beats a-go- :10.

I Diamonds at The Variety Bar.

Spin . lose. Free. Weekly. DJ Mucci presents Southern smooch to rockabilly ratnieli for rocksteady liddies. If you kiiov. hat that means. you‘ll probably “am to go.

I Hot Latino Nights at Moda.

Spin lam. Free. Weekly. A feisty fusion of l.aur. and (‘uban sounds from [Ms Sillil/’..l and Andreas.

I Latin Loungin’ at The (iaucho (illll. “pm midnight. Free. Weekly. First

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I Nico’s at \ico‘s. 9plil~lltldlllgllL Fit-e \\ ‘ekly. (‘heesy music for party- lllltltle‘d students. As if there's any other kind

I Nomad at Nomad. 7.30pm«midnight. Free. \\eekl_\. Resident ‘l)onut' Jay is joined by Kris Keegan. Ian Thompson and \..l. spinning the best house sounds. I The Operators at ('osta (‘offee ((it‘ctzl Western Road). 7-7 l lpm. Free. \\eel.‘;y. The local heroes assist capitalist coffee .‘lllllll'L‘ with their inimitable blend of ia//. ltttik and hip hop.

I Pee Wee’s Brasilica at Blaekziiars (downstairs). 8pm midnight. £3. \\ .‘ckly. A new pre-club with (‘lyde l‘s l’aal ‘l’ce Wee' Welsh hosting a night of salsa. mambo. bossa. Afro-(‘uban and funky latin grooves.

I Pousey Cafe at Air Organic.

8 l lpm. Free. Weekly. The Jengaheads get you stoked up fora night out. with a mixed bag of beats. from electro and funk through to house and techno.

I Phatboy’s Kitchen at Mc(‘tiuill‘s \‘y'ay ()ut West. Spur-midnight. Free. Weekly. Hip hop. breaks and beats courtesy of The Wax Monkey.

I Phonic at Moskito. ()piii- 12am. Free. Weekly. Quality deep house from Phonic l).ls Sl.'\ en Reilly and (iordon Logan.

I Sample 8: Hold at Bar Soba.

8pm midnight. Free. Weekly. Live hip hop. I.‘l)lt‘lc‘ with guest vocalists. scratchy business arid percussion.

I Shogo at The Brunswick Cellars. ()pm midnight. Free. Weekly. Art evening of breaks. beats and suchlike from (i- Man and occasional guests. with skateboarding visual entertainments.

I Spy at Spy. ‘)piii-~inidniglit. Free. Weekly. 'l‘raxx [)1 Simon (.‘ordiner starts the v. eekend early serving you quality deep house and funky grooves.

I Tilt at Bar If). 7pm—late. Free. Weekly. An evening of [Euro trance from the Tilt crew.

I Virunga at Brel. ‘)piii-~tiiidriight. Free, Weekly. A top selection of tunes with a world bias. including soca. Latin dance. \frican and reggae.


I Bennet’s at Bennet‘s. l lpm 3am. £3 (£2 ). Weekly. Shawn delivers a commercial dance mix in the main room.

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Corinthian, weekly Fridays.

If you‘re tired of clubs where seemingly you go just to see how much you can sweat in one evening. perhaps it‘s time you got a Life. Offering itself as an upmarket deodorised alternative. Life aims to become the classier Glasgow Friday night out with an eclectic soundtrack taking in the club classics. house and funk of DJ Kevin McFarlane, Southport Weekender legend Bob Jeffries' soul and Gordon Miller‘s

varied record box.

Describing his style as ‘touching on R88, but basically uplifting US garage and good quality black vocals‘. Miller is enthusiastic about Life and its venue. Corinthian, which he describes as ‘a really professional organisation‘.

‘I think with Kevin McFarlane and Bob Jeffries. they‘ve gone for a really strong line-up. These guys have been about for a while and they really know what they‘re doing.‘ Surely there must be pressure to succeed quickly though. it

while Annie supplies 70s and 80s hits at the premier gay venue.

I Club Salsa Sabrosa at The llavana Bar. 10.30pm 3am. £4 (£3.50). Weekly. Residents Keith. Alexis and (ieo I) encourage you to shake that ass with some top notch Latin grooves.

I Columbian at The Asylum Back Roorit. 8pm ~lam. Free to (‘USU members: £| otherwise. Weekly. Music with breaks. from hip hop and big beat to soul and funk.

I Fat Sumo at The (ilasgow School of

Art. Next date in Sep the.

I Freak Moves at The Glasgow School of Art. Next date 7 Sep.

I Homework at Vault. l lpm ~3am. £5 (£4). Weekly. The new basement club aims for the Thu student crowd without pandering to the usual formulaic pap. They call it fucked-up pop. which means pretty much anything from techno and electro to unashatiied pop classics. Ian and Stevie man the box.

I Loaded at Mas. lflpm 3am. £5 (£4). 30 Aug. l-‘ortnightly. Drum & bass provided by residents Jason Machuk arid Tania Swift.

I MFI at Universe ((ioatbridge).

l lpm 2.30am. £4 (£2). Weekly. Big telly man Fwan Macl.eod and DJ Bob with a disco-tinged selection of house old and

I Off The Hook at The l3th Note

Lifers Kevin McFarlane, Bob Jeffries and Gordon Miller being Friday night at Corinthian and all. but if there is. Miller isn‘t feeling it. ‘I really enjoy the music I'm playing just now and I‘ve got a passion for what I do. so I really don't feel any pressure at all. I think we're offering something different. Glasgow‘s at saturation point right now. so we‘ll hopefully be a breath of fresh air.’

Corinthian may have a bit of a professional footballers. actors and Scottish rock royalty' reputation but Gordon Miller wants Life to be inclusive. not exclusive. ‘We want people to come along and be surprised. The image of the Corinthian conjures up a certain sort of person, btrt we‘re not aiming at a specific market as such. To ptrt it bluntly, we're targeting an audience of music lovers.' And with such a diverse mix of music to love. it's clear that Life is what you make it. (Steven Clark)

(‘lub. l()pm -2atii. £3 (£2). Weekly. The ()TH gang are back once again. not trnlikc renegade masters. As before. it‘s a mix of electro. 80s pop and. erm. more electro with regular live stuff from local electronic artistes. (‘an‘t say fairer than that.

I Polo For Me at The Polo Lounge.

l)M(i. John Lyons and Naeem take it in turns to pt‘o\ itlc the R&B and soul selections. I Thursday Is Enough at (‘lub Budda. l lpm‘ 3am. £4 (£3). Weekly. I Disco and house from Stevie Smith. I Trash at Trash. lll.3l)pll‘lw3um. £4 (£2). Weekly. Student faves with a funky i

l()pni » lam. Free. Weekly. You. the lucky theme.

punter. take the helm tonight. as request I Tune! at g2. I lpm 3am. Free entry cards are available over the bar and iii the before I lpm; £3 (£2) after. Weekly. booth. Simon Morrison and Andy Horn select

I Revel at ($2. llptii 3am. £5 (£4). 30 Aug. Fortnightly. Simon Foy, Steven (‘oncannon and Donnie Mac spin a selection of progressive. Iiuro trance tunes mixed in with sortie (‘hicago house and funk.

I Routes at All-Lib. l lpm 3am. £5. Weekly. ()wen (‘aldwell and (‘olin Davie provide quality deep house in the dining house-cuiii-style bar-cum-club.

I Skint at The (‘athouse l lpm 3am. £4 (£2). Weekly. Tough chemical breaks and beats. rock and indie for a studenty crowd.

I Spank at (‘ube. l lptn 3am. £4 (£3). Weekly. Willi a little help from Nicky and Scott Free. veteran party up type Jim hat to encourage new talent. the residents Best presents house and ftitik across two step down from S l lpm. turning over the rooms. Technics to tip-and-coiiiing I)Js. (‘all the I Streetsoul at The Velvet Rooms. club on 204 (MN for details of how to

l lprii 3am. £4 (£2). Weekly (except last participate.

Thu of the month). Raymond Woods. I Upfront at The Asy lum. lllpm 3am.

brand new house arid trance. plus lbi/a favourites tojog the ritemory.

I Tunnel Thursdays at The Tunnel. l lpm- 3am. £4 (£3). Weekly. For the dressed up students among you. Tunnel regulars Kevin h'lcl"tit'ltitie and Scott Mackay. plus l.i.sa Littlewood iii room two. spilt house arid occasional commercial fora dressed-up crowd of students.

L I 1210 at Baba/a. 8pm 3am. Free before I lpm: £4 (£3). Weekly. Top-notch house. garage and trance frorii Ian Thompson and Vance. renowned for keeping the crowd on their toes and

' dropping the odd surprise track. In a bid