Events are listed by city, day, type, then alphabetically by name. Submit listings at least ten days before publication to clubsglasgow®yahoo.co.uk, by post or by fax on 0141 353 2803. Glasgow listings are compiled by Kenny Hodgart.
I Back to Mine at the Lite Bar. Times the. Free. Weekly. livery Thu. the Lite Bar party is taken over by a different celebrity. 1)] or media player. doing what the hell they want to on the decks.
I Bennet’s at Bennet's. l lpm 3am. £3 (£2). Weekly. (‘razy night at this most popular of gay venues. They always get a great crowd in and the alter parties are always something to behold.
I Budda at Budda. l lpm—3am. £tbc. Weekly. Relaunched venue back on track with details still tbc.
I Blunt at (‘ottiers Theatre. 9pm~lam. A new night in llyndland's church-come- boo/er featuring hip hop. R&B and dancehall with David Mac and beats. glitch and electronics with Nel.
I Cheeze at Strathclyde Student's Association. 9pm 3am. £tbc. Weekly. The biggest and tackiest student night
I Clear at Ad Lib. l lpm~-3am. £l. l‘) Feb. Fortnightly travels from Kingston to Detroit. all for a pound. Bass is the common denominator as reggae. funk and hip hop meets electro. glitch and techno.
I Columbian at the Asylum Back Room. 8pm lam. Free to (‘L'Stf members; £l otherwise. Weekly. Put some breakin' funk in your trunk with this entertaining night of student madness.
I Dirty Thursdays at Blanket.
l lpm 3am. £5 (£3). Weekly. (let deep down and dirty every Thursday with Raymond Woods and Naeem mixing up some of the most bootylicious R&B in the city. while Billy Milligan serves up the best student classics and dirty pop tunes. I DogGod at Q Bar. 10.30pm 3am. £2. Weekly. New night of eclecticism at the beautiful club under Corinthian. It was closed for ages but now they're getting back into the groove. Pure class.
I The Edge at the lidge. (‘oatbridge
l lpm 3am. Free. Weekly. (iary lleaney blasts the (‘oatbridge massive into Friday with the very best in funky vocal house. I Fire Wire at Bamboo. Spin-3am. £3 (£2). Weekly. (iraham Ferguson spins R&B and chart classics in room I. whilst DJ toast is in the red room playing indie pop and rock. In the lounge. Robin B plays an eclectic mix of disco. funk and soil].
I Freakmoves at (ilasgow School of Art. llpm 3am. £3 (£2). Weekly. liltra- line hip hop night for the students. with [Ms [)ema and Nice.
I Homework at Vault. l lpm -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 l.3()pm 3am. £3 (£2). Weekly. Jim l)a Best teams tip with the Hype crew to put on a night of twisted. ultra-funky house. Plenty of cheap booze makes this a fun night out.
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LiveVEvil It's a Glasgow debut for the man they call Matrix and tonight he brings a decidedly funky edge to proceedings at the Art School. Matrix has worked with the likes of Ed Rush, Optical, and Bad Company. so it's gonna be fun seeing how he plays to a crowd reared on the dark side of drum & bass. Glasgow School of Art, Fri 6 Feb.
Colours What can you say about Colours' guest Carl Cox (pictured)? He's done it all: survived acid house, pioneered progressive dance, taken great music to the masses. And in 2004 he remains an unbelievably good DJ and an all-round crowd- Iovin' party animal. The Arches, Sat 7 Feb.
Traxx The Traxx mob are off to further their musical mission at venues bold and new. but tonight we have one last revel at the Soundhaus. The residents like to keep you interested. and with electro-popster/Brazilian con man Carlos Adolfo Dominguez. and man of the house Glen Gunner along for the ride. there‘s going to be little time for chatting. Soundhaus. Sat 7 Feb.
Subcity Tenth Birthday With a roster of DJs and performers the length of your arm, Subcity looks set to rock the Arches to ruins with an out-and-out festival of clubbing. Its status as a platform for developing new talent in Glasgow over the last ten years is reflected in a line-up that features both old hands and young turks. The Arches, Fri 73 Feb.
Abnormals Anonymous As the name suggests. Abnormals has an outsider ethic that has attracted those happy to celebrate the art of misfitting. For this Valentine Rock & Roll Special, DJs Hushpuppy and Mooncat have the suitably leftfield Scissors Sisters along for a live set of dirty loops. fuzz bass and screaming disco. Glasgow School of Art, Fri 73 Feb.
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