Glasgow Fridays continued
I The Beat Museum at the Variety Bar. Upnt~midnight. Free. Weekly. Mark Macalltttn and friends spin ottt only the best treats from the world of sottl. dance and hottse.
I Budda at Bar Bttdda. Spin—midnight. Free. Weekly. Pttrveyor of fine funk (‘hris Harris says a slammin' hello to the Budda clientele. who are in for a night of high class house. [intry only to those wearing their disco trousers.
I Carbon Records at Republic Bier Halle. ()pin—midnight. Free. Weekly. The A to Z of Carbon MUsic. as Matthew Prall and Guests map out the coolest cuts of past and present.
Paul Cawley at Freelance Science, Sat 7 Sep
I Chi at Mc(‘huill's. Spin-anidnight. Free. Weekly. The (‘hi spinners begin
by deploying a unique blend of mellow
shaolin beats and then unleash the heavier stuff later on.
I Critical Mass at Nice'tt'Sleazy. Spin—late. Free. Weekly. .\’oj (Midi Hi- Fi) and John mess with your head playing anything frotn dub. punk. indie. reggae. hip hop. dance and rawk to soul and funk. Come along and kick out the jams or go uptown top rankin‘. Guest Dls most weeks.
I Cul de Sac at Cul de Sac. Spin—midnight. Weekly. Cul de Sac knows what its customers want: good music and loads of it. Kenny Hislop takes to the decks from 5—8pm. and then at 9pm Steve Sutherland of
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l'rbana MtIsic takes over. Sensory overload.
I Edward’s at lidward's.
9pm rmidnight. Free. Weekly. An after-
offtce crowd is worked up into a ball of
happiness by DJ Keith l’yper. Please be care ftt l.
I Friday Street at Blackfriars. Next date 27 Sep.
I Kenny H at Moloco (West lind). 9pm—midnight. Free. Weekly. Funky grooves from around the globe. with a healthy smattering of soul thrown in for good measure.
I Modalicious at Moda. ()ptn—lam. Free. Weekly. Mark Duff and Ally Sandler pull ottt some fttnky vocal house grooves mixed with appetising garage anthems. but if they don't fulfil then just marvel at what must be the coolest fireplace in town.
I Mod Night at Me(‘huills. Spin-midnight. Free. (i Sep. Monthly. The Friday Street mob play (t()s funk. soul and dancelloor ja/l for a real titttsic crowd. (iood atmosphere. classic ventte.
I Moloco at Moloco. Spin midnight. liree. Weekly. Rotational l).ls from the Buff club work the pre-club crowd in this fine West lind boo/er.
I Moskito at .\loskito.
9pm midnight. Free. Weekly. The Sole don Stevie Middleton warms a fttttky crowd under Bath Street. like all good his. he's not afraid to throw itt something old. borrow cd or e\ cit blttc. I Nico’s at Nico's. 0pm midnight. Free. Weekly. Nico‘s warms the Sattchichall revellers up with ltappy. popular music and a selection of alcoholic bey eragcs. A nov cl idea if
L‘\ er there was one.
I October ill the October ('afe.
()prn—midnight. Weekly. Gordon Miller puts his decks to very good use with the best in vocal house and CS garage. I Papacool at the Basement Bar. 9pm—midnight. Free. Weekly. Papacool occupy that beautiful niche of jazzy soul funk with a grace that most just can't manage. Quite special.
I Phonic at 5-1 Below. 9pm—midnight. Free. Weekly. Phonic DJs Steven Reilly and Gordon Logan serve up some quality house grooves. I Russell’s at Russell's. ppm—midnight. Free. Weekly. DJ Yaw kicks ottt the best Ré’cB. hip hop and swingbeat.
I Shift at Blackfriars Basement. Spine lam. £3. (3 Sep. Monthly. Funky pre-cltib warmth from these Shift bad boys. who occupy what must be one of the coolest basements in town.
I Soulsa Presents: Vinyl at Strata. 0pm midnight. lirce. Weekly. Anotlter beatttiful (ilasgow bar with a fitting music policy. l'ndcrground ltottsc. l.atin vibes and cltoiccsl disco from Andy l'ngcr. Shae—l) and special guest l)Js.
I Sound Museum at (‘(‘..\ hat: 0pm midnight. l-tee. Weekly. ('hris ‘Beans’ (ieddes (Belle and Sebastian) and llushpuppy (Divine. (iSA) uncover“ a forgotten world of sound. delving deeper and tnore carefully than many into lost realms of soul. Latin. fttnk. disco and exotica.
I Stateside Sounds at the State Bar. 4 7pm. Free. Weekly. l’aul Shields selects alt.country favourites. rock classics and blues cuts. A night that should be commended for doing something different and for doing it well.
I Straight Ahead at Spy Bar.
0pm late. Free. Weekly. Dance floor ja/l. northern soul attd funk spun by the superb Straight Ahead crew.
I Surfer’s Paradise at Walkabottt. opm 3am. £5 (LIN. Weekly. l’arty tinte at this new pre-club proposition. 'I'hosc who drink Australian. think .-\ttstralian. so L‘chcl widespread litit'illcss and crocodile-baiting. .\'ot that we're into stereotypes or any thing.
I Therapy at the Medicine Room. Spin lam. Free. Weekly. The highly trained Divine l).ls deploy a soothing y'et potent treatment in this unique new bar rttn by the owners of Ad l.ib and Brel. It's eerily yet handily positioned opposite the ('athedral. Royal Infirmary and Necropolis. and each clinic offers a variety of placebos.
I Abnormals Anonymous at the (‘(‘A. Next date the. OAerodynamico DJ Exchange at Ad Lib. l [pm—«lam. £5. (1 Sep. Monthly. Ambitious and novel idea frotn Aero. who are swapping their PHSﬁ for the Portuguese DJ (‘laudio Rebolho over this period (6—8 Sep). This kind of thing should be attempted a wee bit more. For this date only '.-l- 1.1'51' Card holders get [I (Mir/nor price before /2..i(). See preview.
I The Ark at the Tunnel.
lt)..‘~()pm Rant. £7 (95». Weekly. ()ne of the elder slalestiten of the (ilttsgow clubbing scene. the Tunnel bring the ltard house and trance to a crowd of well suited and booted young folk. This is one of their biggest nights. too. I Bogota! at ('ttba .\'orte. ()pm 2am. l-‘ree. Weekly. A night of Latin pop attd house. replete w ith food. dancing and general merry --making. Beautiful.
I Breakdown Next date 20 Sep.
I Concrete at Soundhaus. .\'e\t date the.
I The Cathouse at the (‘athouse l().3()pm 3am. L‘l before llpm; £4 ([3) after. Weekly. Riding high on the tttt tnctal wave. this is one of the busiest nights itt town. Rock. grunge. indie and a dash of breakbeat across three floors at (ilasgow 's top venue for rockers and alternatcens.