Events are listed by city, day, type, then alphabetically by name. Submit listings at least ten days before publication to email@example.com, by post or by tax on 0141 353 2803. Glasgow listings are compiled by Kenny Hodgart.
I Back to Mine at tlte Lite Bar. Times the. Free. Weekly. livery Thu. the Lite Bar party is taketi over by a different celebrity. DJ or ntedia player. doing what the hell they watit to on the decks.
I Bennet’s at Bennet’s. | lpm 3am. £3 (£2). Weekly. (‘razy night at tltis tiiost popular of gay venues. They always get a great crowd iii attd the alter parties are always something to beltold.
I Budda at Budda. l lpm ~3am. £tbc. Weekly. Relaunched vetttte back on track with details still tbc.
I Blunt at (‘ottiers Theatre. ()pni- lam. A new night iii Hyndland's church-conte- boozer featuring hip hop. R&B arid dancehall with David Mac. atid beats. glitch atid electronics with Nel.
I Cheeze at Strathclyde Student‘s Association. ‘)piti--3am. £tbc. Weekly. The biggest and tackiest student night
I Clear at Ad Lib. l lpm—3am. £1. 15 Jati. Monthly. A quid to get in. cheap booze. and the music's good. Tom S (Stibscience/liskrima) joins the residents atid everyone goes crazy for hip hop. reggae and electro.
I Columbian at the Asylum Back Room. 8pm- lam. l‘ree to (‘lTSlT members: £l otherwise. Weekly. Ptit some breakin' ftiiik iii your trunk with this entertaining night of student madness.
I Dirty Thursdays at Blanket.
l lpm-- 3am. £5 (£3). Weekly. (iet deep down and dirty every Thursday with Raymond Woods aiid Naeeni mixing tip some of the tiiost bootylicious R&B in the city. while Billy Milligan serves tip the best student classics and dirty pop tunes.
I DogGod at Q Bar. l().3()pm- 3am. £2. Weekly. New night of eclecticism at the beautiful eltib under Corinthian. It was closed for ages btit now they're getting back into the groove. Pure class.
I The Edge at the lidge. (‘oatbrtdge
l lpm-~3am. £3 (free). Weekly. Residents Steve llannan and Michael ()‘Shea give the decks a ftill workout with the very best in club classics ‘til 3am.
I Fire Wire at Bamboo. 5pm 3am. £3 (£2). Weekly. (iraham liergtison spins R&B and chart classics iii room I. whilst DJ Toast is iii the red rooin playing indie pop and rock. [it the lounge. Robiti B plays ati eclectic mix of disco. funk and soul.
I Freakmoves at (ilasgow School of Art. llpm- 3am. £4 (£3). Weekly. L'ltra- tine hip hop night for the students.
I Homework at Vault. l lptii 3am. £5 (£4). Weekly. Ian and Stevie man the box. so all insecurities over the tunes are dispelled. This night aims for student happiness without compromising the quality levels.
I Hype at ('ube. l 1.30pm 3am. £3 (£2). Weekly. Jim Da Best teams tip with the Hype crew to ptit on a night of twisted. ultra-funky house. Plenty of
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cheap booze makes this a fun night otit. I Instant Access at Sub Club.
I 1pm 3am. £2. Weekly. A classier Thu night there never was. (ilit/y décor and some rather ‘exotie' dancers should keep you enchanted while Tiff Peaches (Radio Magnetic. Bebado) and the Stib (irotmdskeeper (ilenn (‘ take you tip the garden path with their addictively funky sounds. and re-wot‘ked dancelloor classics.
I Intervention vs Iii-Tension at Barfly. l lptn »3am. £4. l5 Jati. Monthly. The twisted might of drum 8; bass (lli- Tension) goes head to head with 4/4 house (Intervention). DJ lithereal. M(‘ RST and Divine Intervention are the hosts at this new under-one-roof night. To the victor. the spoils.
I Loaded at Liquid Lounge.
10pm -3am. £4 (£3). Weekly. A Thu night club that starts every week with three live bands until latii. That's followed tip by a set of rock. ttiod. indie and soul front resident Joe Katie.
I Madhouse at the Shack. l().3()pm~3am. £5 (£3). Weekly. ('J atid Andy take you to the brink of insanity with some of the tttost outrageous aiid courageous student anthems.
I Old Skool Reunion at Arehaos.
l lptii 3am. £5 (free £2.50). Weekly. Old school techno classics and disco style tunes for the frenzied stttdetits down Archaos way.
I Psychoacoustics at Ad Lib. Next date the.
I Pinup Nights at Black. Queen Street. Next date the.
I Polo for Me at the Polo Lounge. |()pm lam. liree. Weekly. You. the lucky punter. take the helm tonight. as request cards are available over the bar atid in the booth. Notice for the unittiaginative ones: ‘1 ant What I am’ is prohibited by law and punishable by spanking.
I Push and Pull at Sub (‘ltib Next date the.
I Record Player: at (ilasgow School of Art. l().3()pm 2.30am. £3 (£2). Weekly. lli-l'i Sean (lli-l'idelity ) atid lltishptippy (Divine) perform cheap deck suckin' to disceau. dtitttb electro arid SOs phtiiik. They advise you to act tip. dress down and play easy to get.
I Retro at Trash. 1 lptti 3am. £4 (£2). Weekly. Dave Young. Steven Brown and the Krazy Karaoke team ply their wares at this fabulous night tinder Pitt Street. A student night with stunning tunes. sttittiiitig looking people and a stttattering of drinks promotions.
I Skint at the (‘athouse. l lptti 3am. £4 (£2). Weekly. Very ntuch a night to retlect what's going on iii (ilasgow at the moment. Tough chemical breaks and beats. rock and indie fora crowd ititicli like the one outside the (iallery of Modern Art.
I Speakeasy at the l'niversal (Sauchiehall Lane). l()pm 2am. l-‘ree. Weekly. For those who feel like a few drinks after the pttb. btit don‘t watit to go clubbing. Speakeasy is for you. The music isn‘t compromised. and the vibe is chilled.
I Soul Shaker at MAS. l lptii 3am. £4 (£2). Weekly. An undiscovered gem. We have a mixed bag of electro. techno. house and ftttik courtesy of Dirty Larry. the Junkyard Dog arid John Mitchell.
I Theorm at the Vatilt. Next date the. I Phunky Monkey at Bclo (formerly Baba/a). 8pm 3am. liree before I lpm: £4 (£3) after. Weekly. Scott (irainget‘. Vance arid Richie Mc(‘olm take over spittiiiitg duties at this new cltib that is probably going to be even bigger than Babaza. Plenty of drinks promos. funky anthems atid lloor fillers make it a winning formula.
I Abnormals Anonymous at (ilasgow School of Art. Next date the. I Aerodynamico at the t'nivei-sal. Next date tbc.
I Afterglow at Ad Lib. l lpm-3.30am. £5 (£4). 9 Jan. Monthly. (itiest DJ David Stone (front the WT cltib) joins regulars Mikey ('ollins. Paul Molloy arid Davy Quinn. lissential itiod sounds. funky jazz atid northern soul.
I Archaos at Archaos. l lpm—3am. £5 (£2.50). Weekly. Mainstream chart dance. soul and cheese at one of the busiest l-‘ri nighters iii town.
I Audio at The L'niversal. Next date the. I Babaza at Belo. (ipm 3am (DJs froin l lpiit). l’ree before I lpm: £5 after. Weekly. The venue‘s legendary l‘i‘i itiglits take the name of the cltibbittg institution that used to be here. Paul 'l‘raynor. Billy Jones atid Ross Macmillan are iii charge of the music. atid they've been known to rip it tip in the past.
I Bass Invaders at llalt Bar. Next date the.
I Bluntz at (ilasgow School of Art. Next date the.
I Bombafusion at Sotindhaus. Next date the.
I Budget Rock Showcase at Blackfriat‘s. Next date the.
I Boogie Wonderland at linvy.
l lptti r 3am. £7 (£5). Weekly. Mad disco night with loads of drinks promos atid a soundtrack to make the ladies shake their
I Budda at Bttdda. l lpiti A 3am. £tbc. Weekly. Drinks promos and some very sexy R&B with DJ Vance make this not a bad place to start the weekend.
I Bughouse at Sub ('lub. Next date the.
I Canvas at Arta. I lpiit 3am. £tbc. Weekly. DJ Walter plays a plethora of funk. sotil atid R&B at this beautiful Merchant (‘ity bar.
I Casa Futura at Ad l.ib. Next date the.
I City Sessions at Q ('Iub. Next date the.
I The Cathouse at the (‘athouse |().3()pm 3am. £l before I lpm; £4 (£3) after. Weekly. Riding high on the iiti metal wave. this is one of the busiest ttiglits iii town. Rock. grunge. indie atid a dash of breakbeat across three floors at (ilasgow 's top venue for rockers and alternateens.
I Club Budda at ('ltib Btidda. Dumbarton Street. I lpiti 3am. £tbc. Weekly. The weekend kicks off downriver with a slow. cliillotit soundtrack.
I Coded at Vault. l lptit 3am. £5 (£4). Weekly. They‘re frotii a record store. so the tunes are going to be fresh arid highly funky. aren't they"? A rotating roster of DJs affiliated to 23rd Precinct supply house-led grooves at the new club. Steven .\le(‘reery is the iiiaiti titan. btit the pool of talent includes Billy Kilkie. Billy Woods and Amanda Price.
I Crash at the Shed. l().3()pm 2am. £3 (£2). Weekly. liuan atid Andy play the finest ofevet'ything at this blinding sottthside club that always seems to be busy.
I Critical Mass at the (ilasgovv School of Art. Next date the.
I Creation at ('orinthtan. l lptii 3am. £tbc. Weekly. Patil Rea attd Kevin Attstiii play iii the Lite bar atid then DJ at this fine clttb downstairs iii the big classy venue. I Cypher at the Renfrew l-‘ert'y. Next date the.
I Destiny at l)estiny. l lptti 3am. £tbc. Weekly. Destiny's relaunch continues with tip-for-it party tttties. house and R&B llavas.
I The Edge at the lidge (‘oatbt'idge
l lpiti 3am. £5. Weekly. Residents Alex Kay and Scott (iranger bring you the best iii house arid club classics.
I Electrobix at Bar Bloc. Next date the.
I Fluid at Trash. l lpiit 3am. £6 (£4). Weekly. Beat [06's Lisa Littlewood. Scott Maekay arid Raw B all play as residents at this raucous party tip at the tiiad end of town. l-‘unky house. urban pop attd loads of cheap boo/e make this a winning proposition.
I Fly By Night at Riverside (‘ltib. Next
Second Nature Russ
Gabriel has chosen to launch his new album at this relaxed Friday nighter. The album itself, which has already garnered interest from Gilles Peterson and Benji B. explores common ground between organic funk and beat- led electronica and Gabriel always finds time for both techno records and more jazzy affairs. Sounds perfect for the loft space at the Universal. The Universal, Fri 9 Jan.
The Good Vibrations Sound System There's currently something of a monopoly on Sunday nights in Glasgow. Cue the boys from Carbon Records and Five2OEast to disrupt the Optimo applecart. The music's uplifting and the people are chilled out. Liquid Lounge, week/y Sun.
Death Disco The talent behind S-Express. Mark Moore was something of a dance music pioneer. He is acknowledged as the first DJ pop star and prepared the ground for dance culture taking oft in the UK. He also happens to be an immensely talented DJ in 2004. Never afraid to press the buttons that get a reaction from a crowd. he should go down a storm at Death Disco. The Arches, Sat 77 Jan.
Festa Brasil Brazilian music is steadily growing in popularity amongst clubbers. The tropicalismo style lends itself to letting loose. And carnival time is expanding in Glasgow with this new night from Tiff Peaches (Sub Club. Radio Magnetic. Bebado) and friends. Carnival Arts Centre, Sat 77 Jan.
Streetlife Rewind These guys don’t give very much away in advance. Either they enjoy puzzling folk or they just wing it. Either way. the results are good. The very fine DJ Barbarossa played a highly funked up set recently, so standards are high. This month we're treated to all the big Streetlife tunes from the past year. Liquid Lounge, Sat 77
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