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 Johnny Regan.
I Barrio at Bar \'i\ir. h’pm -l lpm. Free. 3 ()ct. Monthly. .Mr Peaches continues to smelt samha. lunk and Latin hreaks together at this nice West [ind session.
I Brel at Brel. 8.30pm midnight. liree. 3 ()ct. Fortnightly. Brel presents l-‘rank Murphy tradiomagnetic.com) and a soupedaip mi\ oi northern. Motown and l.atin soul seasoned with some Tllllk‘ and ska.
I Elliot’s at lilliot‘s. Spins-midnight. liree. Weekly. l’lipside l).ls Scottie and (Liziipus rock your pre-cluh world with a selection ot‘ l'resli l'reakin' non-cheese Rth and hip hop. l‘ree shooters with a copy ()T this line puhlication.
I Fuel at l’ttel. ‘in11 midnight. l'ree. Weekly. l).l Surge warms the clietitele at this new har attd cltth in the North ol‘ the city
I The Funk Stop at Moda. 9pm 1am. l'iree. Weekly. Ally Sandler and Richie Mc(‘olm play all the yery hest in Motown. lunk. soul and disco to an appreciatiy‘e mixed crowd II] this heautil‘ul Merchant ('ity har. Sophisticated. classy and soulful. I Kevin Austen at .\'ieo‘s.
‘me midnight. l’rec. Weekly. ('hart music and drinks promos all night long. A
w inning t’ormula. judging hy the husiness ()l' llll\ l‘dl'.
I Kev Dillon at Bar ll). "put late. l’ree. Weekly. 11‘ ragga. 2-step and hip hop is your hag then till it tip with Key Dillon and his Thu nights in the heauttl'ul har tip the latte.
I The Lansdowne Sessions at the l.ansdowne Bar. 9pm midnight. liree. \‘y‘eekly. Jonnie The and Brendan llessle «.ltiice) get the Itink lilowin' with retro electro pop and hreakers classics in this classic West lind har.
I Martyn at (‘ul de Sac. 9pm midnight. l rce. \\ eekly. You can’t keep a good thing down. The Jengaheads are one of the hardest working outﬁts in town and this pre-cltih set limit this hall. Martyn. is consistently great.
I Mark Robb at .\i()l()ct) (West lind). Upizi midnight. liree. Weekly. [)1 Mark Rohh ti';iiisloi'iiis this l'ormer pakoi‘a har into a time machine for the night. reyisiting the t‘tiiikiest years humanity has yet esperienced. lispect widespread merry- making.
I Nico’s at \ieo's. 9pm midnight. l'ree. \\ eekly. (iet into .\'ico's tor a cheesy pep talk helot'e heading ottt to disgrace yourself in a Sauchiehall Street cltth or kehah emporium. (‘lassyz
I October at the ()ctoher (’al'e.
9pm midnight. l’ree. Weekly. l)J Vance turns tip the yolume with his Baha/a pre- cltih party. with the yery hest cluh classics and house anthems.
I On Demand at the Shed.
lllﬁllpm 2am. £3 (£2). Weekly. ll. you'ye heen to the Shed at weekends then you‘ll know it‘s hard to get to the DJ and make a request it you'ye got a real thing Tor a song. whether its old. new or a hit ditl'erent see l).l litian and he‘ll do his hest to make your dancelloor dreams come true. I Phatboy’s Kitchen at .\lc(‘htiill‘s Way Out West. hpin midnight. l‘ree. Weekly. Hip hop. hreaks and heats courtesy ol tile “as Monkey. ' I Phonic at \losl.tto. ‘lpiii midnight.
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82 THE LIST
I Salsa for Beginners at ('uha None. 7pm—midnight. £4 (£3). Weekly. The rhythm is inside tts all. so get tip atid acknowledge the power of salsa. (’lasses start at 8pm. httt lill tip on tapas until your time comes.
I Shae D at Air ()rganie. 9pm midnight. Free. Weekly. One half of the superb Sotilsa crew takes to the decks at this chilled Thu night pre-cluh session.
I Spy at Spy. ()plll—lilidltlglll. l-‘ree. Weekly. Simon (‘ordiner (Traxx) does his [hang and deliy‘ers some quality house aitd Tllllky grooyes.
I Virunga at Brel. L)pm—midnight. I-‘ree. 3 ()ct. Fortnightly. DJ Tchico sery'es tip the hest iii ghetto grooves and Caribbean heats.
I Bennet’s at Bennet's. l lpm-—3ain. £3 (£2). Weekly. Gay. mixed. straight who cares'.’ Just haye a bloody good time. people. Shawn loy'ingly lays down the crowd pleasers in this eyer-popular Thti night mash tip. Annie also proy ides high- octane tuneage
I Columbian at the Asylum Back Room. Spur—lam. Free to (‘I‘Sl' memhers: £1 otherwise. Weekly. Ptit some hreakin' l'unk in your trunk. with this entertaining night of student madness.
I Dose at Seyenth lleayen. l()pm 3am. £4. Weekly. New bar and club Venture. with l)Js Andy Guest and Date Rtissell playing the ltlllK-ltlc‘llc‘tl rolling beats with a twisted tech edge. Loadsa drinks promos make this a Tllll night out.
I Freakmoves at (ilasgow School or Art. llpm- -3am. £4 (£3). Weekly. Beam and Mr Nice once again iny'ite tis to take a trip down the funky lane. As two of (ilasgow's most skilled hip hoppers. they‘ye got the skills to pay" the hills.
I Funhouse at Bartly (Toriiierly' the 13th Note ('luh). Next date 3] ()ct.
I Homework at Vault. l lpm» 3am. £5 (£4). Weekly. Ian and Steyie mart the l)()\. so all insecurities oy er the tunes are dispelled. This night aims Tor student happiness without compromising the quality leyels.
I Hype at (‘uhe. l 1.30pm 3am. £3 (£2). Weekly. Jim Da Best teams tip with the Hype crew to ptit on a night oi twisted. ultra-funky house. Plenty ()T cheap hoo/e makes this a l‘un night otit.
I Off the Hook at Barﬂy (formerly the l3th .\'ote ('luh). l lpm 3am. £7 (£5). Weekly. (let in on a piece of the ayant- action. as the (MT the [look crew twist hearts and minds. (‘onl‘tise your ears. baby. I Polo for Me at the Polo Lounge. 10pm slam. liree. Weekly. You. the lucky punter. take the helm tonight. as request cards are available oy'er the har and in the hooth. Notice for the unimaginatiy'e ones: ‘I Am What l Am' is prohihited hy' law aitd ptinishahle hy spanking.
I Record Player: at (ilasgow School of Art. 10.30pm 2.30am. £3 (£2). Weekly. lli—l’i Sean (lli-liidelity ) and llushpuppy (I)i\'ine) perl‘orm cheap deck stickin' to disceau. dumh electro and Xlls phttnk. They ady ise you to act tip. dress down and play easy to get.
I Skint at the ('athouse. l lpm 3am. £4 (£2). Weekly. Very much a night to reﬂect what's going on in (ilasgow at the moment. Tough chemical hreaks and heats. rock and indie for a crowd mttch like the one outside the (iallery ol‘ Modern Art.
I Soul Shaker at Mas. l lpm 3am. £4 (£2 ). Weekly. An undiscoyered gem. We haye a mixed hag of electro. techno. house and funk courtesy of Dirty Larry. the Junkyard Dog and John Mitchell.
I Trash at Trash. l().3()pm 3am. £4 (£2). Weekly. More ol‘ a spectacle than a night ottt. with drunken students and l'oothallers Tron) wall to wall. Insanely cheap drinks mean a huge queue almost ey'ery' night. Mind the houncers. though.
I Traxx at the Arches. Next date the.
I 1210 at Baha/a. 8pm 3am. liree helot‘e l lpm: £4 (£3) alter. Weekly. l.ilerally underground cluh housing some huge \ocal house and garage loyeliness deployed weekly hy lan Thomson and Vance.
DRUM 8. BASS LIVEVEVIL Glasgow School of Art, Fri 11 Oct
The Planets tour with Simon ‘Bassline’ Smith
Cast your mind back to that period (mid-90$?) when everyone and their granny was proclaiming that the future of dance music lay with the junglists and the underground drum & bass collectives. It was easy to do - their sound was progression given form on 12 inches of vinyl, and there was something painfully cool, dangerous even, about getting into this, the new music of disaffected black youth. Then, as far as the mainstream audience was concerned, it disappeared. Alex Reece was no longer in the charts, Goldie was on EastEnders, and Roni Size . . .
where the hell was Roni Size?
As with all great musical genres, it never truly died out, and the guys from LiveVEvil never lost faith. It’s the only dedicated drum & bass night in Glasgow that still attracts any kind of a crowd, and they’re enjoying the current wave of vitality in the scene. For a club to survive, it’s got to offer something unique, and LiveVEvil acknowledge the visual experience that their musical form evokes. The club’s Paul Reset articulates one of LiveVEvil’s objectives: ‘We’ve always tried to create an experience rather than just a club. There’s always visual as well as audio, and videos are created by the whole team for each and every
Going under the moniker Brand X, the team interpret the atmospheric and funky LiveVEvil sound as images on the art school walls, giving the punters more of an all-round deal. Hosting the Planets LP launch tour with special guest Simon ‘Bassline’ Smith (Technique Recordings), Reset says: ‘Drum & bass is in a better state now than it has been in a long
time.’ (Johnny Regan)
I Mice Ass Nice at the \‘elset Rtmtits. l lpiii 3am. £4 (Tree with student ID). Weekly. l)ou'l he l'ooled hy the plush interior: the \'el\et crew could teach the young whippersnappers on the scene a thing or three ahout alcoholic dancing. l'pstairs. rotational residents take it in turns to provide the commercial R&B and hip hop selections. Downstairs. James l)oc Jnr plays [hi/a anthems all night long.
I Venom at Alaska. I lpiii 3am. £3. 3 ()ct only. New gay night for the funky cluh tip the lane. lt's glamour with a hammer arid this celebration of sexuality is resolutely straight-l‘riendly'.
Chart & Party
I Loveshack at l’tiry Mtirry-‘s. llpm~3am £4 (£2). Weekly. (ioing through a renaissance in recent years. l-‘ury"s is peopled week in. week ottt hy a crowd that want a night of unpretentious partying. Jim and Phil wow them with a blend ()T commercial classics. y'intage indie and a totich of disco Tor those it) sequins. I Madhouse at Shack. l().3()pm 3am. £4 (£2). Weekly. A massiy'ely' popttlar night. Student anthems are dttly deployed hy DJ (‘J.
I Rumble at the (iarage. llpiii 3am. £4
(£2). Weekly. llow popular is this night'.’ How many people hay e l'allen down the (iarage‘s lethal staircase and woken up hrtiised the day alter"? How cheap is the hoo/e’.’ llow hig is the queue outside'.’ Why don't you go and lind out l'or y'ttlll‘selli'.)
I Shagtag at Priyilege. l lpiii 3am. £4 (£3). Weekly. Insanely successl'ul night hased on a comple\ numerical l'lirting
sy stem; ey‘eryone gets a numher upon entry. then. ili someone CtllL‘llL‘s your eye. you write their ntimher on the hoard ne\t to your own. with the idea heing that they then rush up to you and get into a hit (it .llilil.“.ll1—':—’). Mtisic--wise. it's commercial house and trance l'rom Sesy Stey e and Kinky Kenny. Bo selectal
I Penny and Pound at l)estiny.
l()pm 3am. £2 hel'ore l lpm: £3 alter. Weekly. lit for one penny (well. not really) and drinks for £1. Any night hased on a system this cra/y deseryes some respect.
I Ad-Lib at .\d l.ih. 5 Hpm. l‘ree. \VL‘L‘kly. Rotational l).ls pl‘tn ide the l‘crlect soundtrack to w ind down to the weekend just as the hat stall serye tip the