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Submit Response is a fortnightly free-for-all, with residents Jack Mottram (plucky amateur) and Leon Mcdermott (skilled decknician) taking something of a scattershot approach to their selections, jumping from wilfully obscure electronica to best- forgotten rave hits, via classic dub, harsh dancehall, punk and electro. Here's four of their current faves.

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Chart & Party

I Carwash at g2. l lpm—3am. £3 (£2). Weekly. A night of disco. funk and soul classics. courtesy of the (iat‘age’s (ierry' Lyons.

I Cheesy Pop at Qudos (QML’). l()pm-~-2atn. £2 (£l ). Students and up to (our guests. Weekly. Seven years on and rampant hordes of mucky-minded. vodka-fuelled urchins still (lock to hear DJ Toast's edatn selection. A riotous evening. with the emphasis on pure unashamed fun.

I Envy at Destiny. l()pm-3am. £5 before I lpm: £6 alter. Weekly. Throbbing house action at the city centre mega-venue. Wear nice shoes.

I Love Bug at the (iarage. l().30pm~3am. £4 (£3). Weekly. Insanely busy night of party tunes for students and youngsters.

I The Shack at

Shack. 10.30pm—3am. £6 (£4). Whatever your bag. chart. dance or party. DJ Hanlan should hit the spot with his mix of party-up tunes.

I Shag at Fury Murry"s. l lpm—--3am. £5 (£3). Weekly. Drunken party tunes from Mark and James (E. ‘.\'o one forgets their lirst Shag.’ they assure us. I Strawberry Fields at Strawberry Fields. 9pm 3am. £6 before I lpm; £7 alter. Weekly. A party-up set taking in dancelloor faves from the 60s to the present day.

Glasgow Saturdays


I Big Blunts at Mc(‘huill’s. Spin—midnight. Free. () Feb only. Reggae. ragga and hip hop l‘ront DJ Dirtsman pltis a live set t'rom M(’ Mandella.

I Bubblin’ Under at the Arches Cafe Bar. 9pm midnight. Free. 9 Feb. Fortnightly. Quality deep to funky house grooves with DJ Dave Moore.

I The Corinthian at the ('orinthian. ()pin—late. Free. Weekly. Super laid-back selection to wallow in in the main bar at the high-class boo/mg complex.

I Cul De Sac at the ('ul De Sac. ()ptn-midnigbt. Free. ‘) Feb. Fortnightly. Michael Peck cuts and scratches a seamless mix of old gems and new hobby daulers. lt'om hip hop to tank. from house to the best ol‘ the rest .

I Dirty Wriggles at the Variety Bar. 9pm—«midnight. Free. Weekly. A techno 'n‘ electro pre-club set from Dirty Wriggles oi Mystec Beatz.

I Fourward Thinking at Four (‘al‘e Bar ((‘(‘A). 9pm- midnight. Free. Weekly. I’re-cluh with an emphasis on breaks and beats.

I Kube at Blackl'riars. Spin—lam. £3. 2 Feb. Monthly. Iilectro. acid techno and live sonic signalling provided courtesy of the Kube DJs ~ Sy-D. Rat and DJ Sak. I Moda at Moda. Spin—3am. Free. Weekly. DJ Scott warms tip with sweet R&B. followed by DJ I’ixie‘s funky house shenanigans.

I Nico’s at .\'ico's. Omit-midnight. Free. Weekly. DJ Mark Dull playing a wide selection ol~ house. garage. R&B and hip hop.

I Papacool at Mcl’hahbs.

9pm ~midnight. Free. Weekly. The linest in jazz. soul and tank.

I Soulflow at Iiat Drink Man Woman. 9pm midnight. £3. 2 Feb. Fortnightly. ('lassic soul cuts spiced tip with sortie Latin hoogaloo l'rom Manuel and Michael.

I Spy at Spy Bar. 9pltl~-lliidlliglil. Free. Weekly. Laurence Hughes and (‘olin Davie alternate each Sat playing the best in quality house music and both providing a party atmosphere.

I The Works at Bar to. ()pinr—midnight. Free. Weekly. (irahant Wilson with sotil. hip hop and house.


I Aurall at (‘(‘A. .\'ext date 36 Mar with the lirst birthday bonanza featuring Joccly n Brown and DJ Mark Moore.

I Bennet’s at Bennet's.

l l.30pm 3am. £5. Weekly. Shaun with a commercial dance set and Annie with a blend ot~ 70s and 80s hits at the city's oldest gay club. .\'ot in terms ol' the clientele. ol‘ course.

I Caledonia Soul at the Woodsitle Social. Next date 33 March.

I The Cathouse at the (‘athouse l0.3()pm 3am. £3.50 (£2.50) before

I l.30pin; £4 alter. Weekly. Indie. rock. grunge attd beats across two floors.

I Club 69 at Rocksy‘s Basement. l()pm 72.30am (midnight curfew). £6 (members only ). Weekly. The team behind the Rub-A-Duh record shop with the deepest underground Detroit attd electro sounds. For membership details. call Ruh-A-Dub on 400 6967.

I Colours at the Arches. I 1pm -3am. £18. <) Feb. Monthly. Another stupendous line tip lrom that lot at ('olours. Steve Lawler. John Digweed. Anthony I’appa and Brancaccio & Aisher (Bedrock).

I Cube Class at Cube. 1 lpm—3am. £7 (£5). Weekly. ()ld-school house classics and tip-to-date anthems are the order oi the day at this packed Sat nighter. thanks to tnain rootn man Matt Le Funk. In the back DM(i serves tip R&B.

I Disco Inferno at the Renl‘rew Ferry. Monthly. Launch party 16 Feb.

I Divine at (ilasgow School of Art (downstairs). 10pm 3am. £5 (£4); £3.50 (iSA students. Weekly. Andrew Divine attd lltish Puppy continue the longest running residency in (ilasgow. The secret ol' their longevity"? Damn good northern stompcrs. Moog-heavy sleaze-l'unk and the best in bubblegum pop. Long may it continue.

I Fools Only at Big Joint (‘luh

l()ptn -3am. £6. 9 Feb. Monthly. A l'unk- l'uelled frenzy of hip hop. Latin and soul hosted by Raytnondo and Rodriguez. Flamboyant headgear w ill be rewarded and bases have been laid on t'rom Mc('huill's at l()pm.

I Freefall at the Arches.

10.30pm 3am. £I3. 2 Feb. Monthly. Floor tiller. 'l‘all Paul will he 'avin it large alongside Simon Foy and Alan Belshaw. The DJ. who always receives a t‘aptui'otis reception. w ill make the crowd sweat so much. with his massive selection of house music. that the condensation will he dripping oil the walls.

I Freelance Science at Alaska. llpm 3am. £l0 (£8). 2 Feb. Monthly. Stuart and ()rde are back in the driving SL at with bass heavy grooves guaranteed

Marshall Jefferson takes it back to the old school, Sat 2 Feb

to keep the crowd on their toes, while Fenetik boss I’aul ('aw ley and DJ Sidewinder lower the tempo slightly in the downstairs bar.

I Freeform at the 13th .\'ote ('lub (both lioot's i. 9pm 3am. Free bet‘ore 10.30pm; £5 (£4) alter. Weekly. The .\'ote's longest running club. and it's all thanks to the Watt brothers and their selection ol' 60s s()lll. 70s tank and the odd curveball to keep things interesting. I Fusion at the Riverside Social. Midnight 3.30am. £7. ‘) Feb. Monthly. Ftision celebrates its lirst birthday with a move It) Illc‘ Riycrsidc. Resident I)Js (ireg. Robin and Michael play a mixture of light and vocal house building to high energy house and techno. .\'ot one for the l'aint hearted.

I Future World Funk at (‘(‘A. Spm-late. £8 (£6). ‘) Feb. Monthly. DJs (‘lit‘l‘y and Rtiss Jones present their sensational global voyage through tomorrow ‘s t‘tink tunes. mixing styles. nations and rhythms at w ill. The journey combines elements ol‘ Latin. Al'rican. Indian and (‘aribbean music and this date Moroccan trance combo Momo play live. I Havana Esperito at Canvas. £7. Weekly. DJ Ja// brings his Latino box of tricks to the Merchant (’ity ‘s newest venue. ('anyas. w here there's no dedicated danccl‘loor. but there is classy service and an elegant. sophisticated vibe for those w ho've had enough of sweat with their salsa.

I Hi-Karate at Riverside ('lub. Monthly. Next date 23 Feb.

I Homebass at Alaska. Monthly. Next date 23 Feb.

I Homecookin at Baha/a. Free before I lpm: £5 alter. Weekly. DJs Stewart Mc(‘allum and Joe Higgins keep the music jammin' and the dance Floor jumpin' all night long. Rth tracks mixed \\ ith the odd classic and old-skool I‘avourites.

I Inside Out ill the Arches. Alttllllil). Next date 22 Feb.

I Jamboree at Reds. l lpm 3am. £7 (£5). Weekly. John Lyons attd Martin Ilesketh ol' \elyet Rooms lame mix tip a blend ol commercial R&B and sotil.

I Let’s Go Back, Way Back at the Riverside. Midnight 3.30am. £10. 2 Feb. Monthly. Resident DJ Bosco isioined by house legend Marshall .lel‘l'erson tor a night of classic house tunes sourced l’rom llIC )Citl‘s WM (0 l‘Ib"). SL‘L‘ lllllisl.

I Life at Lite. l()pm 3am. £5. Weekly. DJ Sktid. l’aul Rea and Ian 'I‘homson present a selection ol soul. lunk and discoaugmented with original samples and loops to guarantee a new take on familiar sounds.