Glasgow Saturdays continued
I Seduce at Archaos. l lpm -3arn. £8 (£6). Weekly. ('harty dance and Ré’eB. not to mention an unhealthy smattering ol cheese on this huge Sat nightcr.
I All as One Sunday at the Liqurd Lounge. ltlprn-3arn. £5 (tree). 25 May only. The Liqurd Lounge Saturday residents. including Ill-Karate. Aertxlynarnrco and Streetlil'e. present the third ol' the All As One batik holiday specials. with a DJ from each club taking it in turns to play alongside liye pechssion from Aertidynamico's Maryis (ioldring. (iood ideas riiake tis smile.
I Audioporn at Mercury. I lpm 3am. £tbc. Weekly. A nlghl for those who still rnotrrn the passing til Alaska. This tirglit has a lilthy techno and funky electro bent and an open door policy. ()rin the deepest dirty house and techno w ill do.
I Bacchanal at SotindhaUs. l lpm- 5am. £7 (£5). 35 May. Monthly. This tundraising eyent tor the (ilasgow (‘arniy'al is a celebration of drum 8; bass. eclectic beats and anything with a grooye. l)Js on the date are Tania Swill. Paul Reset. Kill Binary Kill. 'l'itl' Peaches. 1)] Yeti. Schematic and Leon l). There‘s also the pow erl'ul Ayaw'ara drummers. the Babedox colleetiye and Accapella llardeore.
I Bennet's at Bennet's. l 1.30pm —3am. £3. Weekly. lri which we are confronted by a strange parity. Tom plays tunes loved by IZ-year-old girls. plus some barigin' handbag. to equally appreciatiye gay men. Funny old world.
I Bite at the (‘athotise lt).3()pm- 3am. Free before 1 1.30pm; £2 (£1.50) alter. Weekly. A milder mix of indie and rock than you'll find at the city's preriiier rock venue on Fri or Sat.
I Boogaloo at the Social. 9pm 3am. Free. Weekly. A new regular night at this swanky new venue. The night presents block style party grooves. hip hop. urban Ré’c'B. scratch mixing. live percussion and guest M(‘s every week.
I Club Tropicana at the (iarage (Attic). llpmr 3am. £3 (£2). Weekly. Indie. both classic and contetnporary. with a healthy dose ol‘ Britpop.
Coloursfest at Braehead Boardwalk and Arena. -lprn«lam. £36.50. 25 May only. The biggest dance music festival in the cotmtry returns for another mad one. with another totally massiy'e line-up across the arenas: Carl Cox. Paul Van l)yk. Dirty Vegas (live). Ferry (‘orsterL Sonique. Sister Bliss. Futureshock (liye). Tall Paul. l’Ush (live). Mr (‘. l)a\e Angel. Trevor Rockclil‘l‘e. Michel l)e lley. Will (irant. Mark Lewis. Sasha. John Digweed. Steve Lawler. Lee Burridge. Jonathan L'lysses. Lexicon Asenue. Cassius. Mint Royale (DJ
Back of A List card
PUNK FUNK OPTIMO (ESPACIO) The Sub Club. Glasgow. Sun 25 May
The LCD Soundsystem
In terms of credibility, Optimo (Espacio) couldn't really grow any more. One basic fact about the night is that. at the beginning, it was empty and running at a loss. It took a lot of time and belief (from Twitch and Wilkes, the Sub Club and countless others) to establish the night. which has since gone on to become one of the most quoted in Britain, if not the world. If all the people who now profess to have been there in the early days actually were, it would have been a roaring success from day one. And that just ain’t true. It's a fact worth remembering when we look at the line-ups the
club now offers.
This month, Optimo bring in another massively influential special guest and friend, James Murphy of the LCD Soundsystem. Murphy. one half of New York's inﬂuential DFA records production team. has worked with artists ranging from David Holmes. the Rapture. Radio 4 and Juan Maclean. Perhaps the most valid summation of LCD’s effect should come from a fansite. This from devotee Matt Mahoney: ‘To get a good idea of the LCD's sound one must imagine Daft Punk. Chic and Talking Heads in the back room of a seedy NYC dive engaged in an anything-goes sexathon circa 1978. To some that might sound like the ingredients to a funky itch, but to most it will definitely sound like sweet music.‘ (Johnny Regan).
set). Pedro Winter. Jeretny Healy and even more. Last year it was a good party. and they're promising that this one will be even better. .S'eejeururt'. page 16.
I Come to Bed at Blanket (Formerly Bed). 1 lpm-~3am. £4 (£2). Weekly. Scotti B and Mark Donelly are your hosts at this new karaoke night. replete with real beds and microphones. Indulgence jUst reached new heights on Sauchiehall Street.
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want in the two weeks it’s valid and when this one runs out, you can get a brand new card in the next issue.
as many times as you
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CUT OUT & KEEP
80 THE LIST 22 May—5 June 2003
I Cut the Crap at MAS.
l lpm 3am. £5. Weekly. (‘ut the ('rap launches the riew twisted house and electronica night at this smart venue.
I Definition v Audio at Barfly.
l lprn- 3am. Weekly. What brings Deﬁnition and Audio together is a shared enthusiasm for playing music that makes you want to dance so much that you drop a dress si/c. without the formality of hay ing to dress a certain way. No need to stand on ceremony here. Willi a soundtrack to your Sun like this. forget Mon morning. and come down to Bartly tor the perfect end to the weekend.
I Disco Badger Bank Holiday Sunday at Bamboo. It).3()pm~3am. £4. Weekly. Dominic Martin in the Redroom. Scotti B in room one and Iain Hanlon in the Lounge. A cool way to spetid your batik holiday Sunday. and 1)] [J Blend/ is special guest on this date.
I Dream at Straw berry Fields. l().3()pm»-3atn. £15. Weekly. Fil'teen quid to get iri‘.’ You're ‘ayin' a laugh. ain't ya'.’ But wait: the bar is completely free all night. so stop riioariirig and get drunk and pissed up on booze.
I Freakmoves at the (ilasgow School of Art from (iallery. l lpm—3am. £tbc. Weekly. l)erna and Nice of Freakmenooyers play out hip hop. electro and whatever else that sounds good at this front room with a lot of soul.
I Kinky Urban at Trash. 1 lpm—3am. £5 (£3). Weekly. Paul N'Jie plays hard funky soul and hip hop. while Stevie
Brown plays otit the party tunes elsewhere till the pt't‘llllses Rt‘l‘ H also pros ides the soundtrack to your Trashy night out
I Life’s a Drag at the Mercury
Spin 3am. Free Weekly A night 'ot rnustc lrorn DJ (‘olin llayey plus regular drag per'tormances
I Liquid Sundays .it the l ltltlltl lounge. 3.30pm 3am. Weekly ‘\ll day happy hour lounging sessions with lise music and l).|s including Desin (Mish Mash). lee Watson. Thomas Kink and Brendan llislop,
I Liquid Cool at Baba/a. ‘lptn 3am £5 Weekly. AJ. lsr'is ls'eegan and Ian Thompson play top-notch \ocal garage and house to a cltib packed with hyper hedonistic twentysornething reyellers. all ol w horn seem to base lorgotten that they haye work in the morning It quality tunes and glamorous antics are your bag. Sun at Baba/a is unmissable I Man with no Suitcase .ii the (irit'tin. Spin midnight. Free I hate Monthly learn Killer'watt take met the controls ot the night as the Man is out temporarily. The theme tor this night is lilrn. and its name is Trailer ‘l'rashed. ('heck out the \isual tourney that this night ()llt‘l's,
I Mayhem at MAS at .\l.-\.s'
llprn 3am. £5. 25 May only Sottlshaker'. Shake the Disease .iiid Disco X all get together to came a little unrest batik holiday style. Bosco. Spanned .\. the Junkyard l)og_ John Mitchell and Dirty lar't'y are all in the round tor a bit ol house. techno. hip hop. electl‘o and w hatey er actrori.
I Miso at the (’aptarn's Rest. Nest date the.
I Music for Pleasure Bank Holiday Special at the Arches. llprii 3am. £tbc. 25 May. Monthly. Kttshi and Domenic lrorn Subculture play otit at this class night ol house and techno in this brilliant yeritie. llow tnuch more enctiur‘agement is required ’ I Never Get out the Boat at the Renlr'ew Ferry. 9pm 3am. £|t). 25 May only. Maior‘ night ol house and techno. in the Classic (ilttsgoys style. These nights ney er tail to attract a huge crowd and neyer‘ tail to impress. Slarii and Silicone Stitil take the whole thing to the bridge . . . the Kingston bridge. for l/ll\ r/(llt’ (III/t '.-l-/.l\I't'tlI'r/ llU/rlt'l'\ L'l'l 13' entry all night.
I One Sunday at the Tunnel.
1 lprii 3am. £4 (£l ). Weekly. The Rtin continues with the Tunnel crew on this sinl‘ul Sabbath celebration. Wear nrcc clothes lor admission. please.
0 Optimo (Espacio) at the Stilt ('lub. l lptii 3am. £7 (£6). Weekly. The l.('l) Soundsystern drop by to keep Twitch and Wilkes company (25 May ). This is the brainchild of James Murphy. New York based producer. musician. l)J. co—l'otinder ol' l)FA records and one hall ol‘ their production company with former Mo-Wax label dude Tim (ioldsworthy. Big one all round. See prt't'rr'w:
I Solemusic Soundsystern at ('(‘A. l()prn 3am. £8 (£6). 35 May only. Willi more home-grown talent than you cottld shake a pretentious art-school student at. this soundsy stem is going straight for the jugular with the housin' style that this city liyes and breathes.
I Streaker at Shack.
lt).3()pm 3.30am. £5 (£3). Weekly. l)J James ‘the Boy" (iardner spins the tracks for those enjoying immature antics and naked fun. This sounds like a good laugh. eh'.’
I Sunday Surgery at ('ube.
l lprne3am. £5 (£3). Weekly. ('arneron (‘raig dispenses some salye for your soul in this diyerting winder—downer with a riiedical theme.
I Sunday Best at the Shed. l().3()prn- 2am. £3 (£2). Weekly. The Right Reverend Jirii l)a Best (Hype. Cube) plays whateyer the hell he wants each and every Sabbath for the hungover ones.