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type, then alphabetically by name. Submit listings at least ten days before publication to elubeglaegowoyahoowomk. by post or by tax on 0141 353 2803. Glasgow listings are compiled by Johnny Regan.
I Back to Mine at the Lite Bar. Times tbc. Free. Weekly. Every Thu. the Lite Bar is taken over by a different celebrity. DJ or media player. doing what the hell they like on the decks.
I Iudda at Budda. l lpm—3am. £tbc. Weekly. Relaunched venue back on track with Kris Keegan in control.
I Ilunt at Cottiers Theatre. 9pm—lam. Hip hop. R&B and dancehall with David Mac. and beats. glitch and electronics with Nel.
I Cheese at Strathclyde Student‘s Association. 9pm—3am. £tbc. Weekly. The biggest and tackiest student night even
I Columblan at the Asylum Back Room. 8pm—lam. Free to CL'SL' members: £l otherwise. Weekly. Put some breakin' funk in your trunk with this entertaining night of student madness.
I Dlrty Thursdays at Blanket. llpm—3am. £5 (£3). Weekly. Get deep down and dirty as Raymond Woods and Naeem mix up some of the most bootylicious R&B in the city. while Billy Milligan serves up the student classics and dirty po tunes.
I DogGo at Q Bar. 10.30pm—3am. £2. Weekly. 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 IVII at Barﬂy. 10.30pm—3am. £2. Weekly. Goth. industrial. punk and metal meet at this black-clad happening.
I Pantasthue at MAS. llpm—3am. £4 (£3). Weekly. The vernacular DJ Mirrorbaw plays a friendly brand of pop- fused house for a Thursday night crowd looking for kicks. Purse-friendly drinks Erices make this night a good draw.
PIrewlre at Bamboo. l lpm-3am. £4 (£3). Weekly. Graham Ferguson spins R&B and chart classics in room 1. while 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 sou .
I Freakmoves at Glasgow School of Art. llpm—3am. £3 (£2). Weekly. L'ltra- flne hip hop night for the students. with DJs Dema and Nice. I Homework at Vault. l1pm-3am. £5 (£4). Weekly. Ian and Stevie man the box. so all insecurities over the tunes are dispelled. This night aims at student satisfaction without compromising the uality levels.
Hype at Cube. 1 1.30pm—3am. £3 (£2). Weekly. Jim Da Best teams up with the Hype crew to put on a night of twisted. ultra-funky house. Plenty of cheap booze makes this a fun night out. I Instant Access at Sub Club. 10.30pm—3am. Free before midnight; £2 after. Weekly. They‘re putting on the ‘Carnaval de Futebol‘ tonight at the instant Access. There‘s live samba from Bateria de Carnaval. capoeira from Groupa Senzala and other music from Tiff Peaches and Groundskeeper Glenn C. Carlos Adolfo Dominguez joines the party (27 May) as part of IO Days in May. For 27 May & 3 Jun only 'A-Ll'st' card holders 0! FREE entry all night. 0 Kenny ‘ ope’ Gonzales at the Renfrew Ferry. 9pm—2am. £15 (£13). 27 May only. Liquid events bring us a very special guest in the shape of Kenny ‘Dope' Gonzales. who will be spinning a hip hop and house set. This is in
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HOUSE MANSION HOUSE
The Corinthian, Glasgow, Sun 30 May
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Clubbing and sartorial self-respect used to go hand in hand in Glasgow. The big clubs used to be synonymous with fashion awareness, or at least with people who tried their best and outlald a bit of cash on their outfits. For one reason or another today’s club queues Just don’t have the same sparkle, which Is why Mansion House seems like a return to normality for the city’s well dressed clubbing diaspora. Clothing emporium Cruise is teaming up with the Corinthian and a host of swanky DJs (including l-larrl, Huggy and the Moneypenny's crew from down south) for a
night of well-cut, well heeled revelry.
From top to bottom, you can tell that people have spent a lot of time and money designing this night. Promoter Darren Laurie thinks that Glasgow has been missing this kind of club: ‘We haven't had a club with an attitude like this since the days when the Tunnel was at the top. It’s going to be a beautiful crowd In the most beautiful venue in Glasgow. The attitude is that we want the whole of the city’s funky crowd to congregate here.’
The many rooms of the Corinthian are being decked out. stately home-style, for a night that can be considered old-school in a real Glasgow sense. (Johnny Regan)
anticipation of the Masters at Work appearance in Edinburgh the following evening. Should be hot.
I Loaded at Liquid Lounge. 10pm—3am. £4 (£3). Weekly. Three live bands kick the night off. making way for Joe Kane on decks with some indie. mod and soul at lam.
I Madhouse at the Shack. 10.30pm—3am. £5 (£3). Weekly. CJ and Andy take you to the brink of insanity with some of the most outrageous and courageous student anthems.
I Old Bkool Reunion at Archaos. llpm—3am. £5 (free—£2.50). Weekly. Old school techno classics and disco style tunes for the frenzied students down Archaos way.
I Plnk Grease at the Garage. llpm—3am. £5. 10 Jun only. Garage rockers Pink Grease take over the Garage for some frantic disco driven punk rock. I Phunky Monkey at Belo (formerly Babaza). 8pm—3am. Free before 1 1pm: £4 (£3) after. Weekly. Scott Grainger. Vance and Richie McColm are on spinning duties at this new club that looks like getting even bigger than Babaza. Plenty of drinks promos. funky anthems and floor fillers make it a winning formula. I Polo for Me at the Polo Lounge. lOpm-lam. Free. Weekly. You. the lucky punter. take the helm tonight. as request cards are available over the bar and in the booth. Notice for the unimaginative: 'I am What I am' is prohibited by law and
Eunishable bgspanking. Record layer: at Glasgow School
ofArt. lO.3()pm—2.30am. £3 (£2). Weekly.
Hi-Fi Sean (Hi-Fidelity) and Hushpuppy (Divine) perform cheap deck suckin' to disceau. dumb electro and 80s phunk. They advise you to act up. dress down and play easy to get.
I Retro at Trash. 1 lpm—3am. £4 (£2). Weekly. Dave Young. Steven Brown and the Krazy Karaoke team ply their wares at this fabulous night under Pitt Street. A student night with stunning tunes. stunning looking people and a smattering of drinks promotions.
I Sklnt at the Cathouse. l lpm—3am. £4 (£2). Weekly. A night that reflects the resurgent alternative scene at the moment. Rock. indie and some tough chemical breaks and beats. with a crowd much like the one you see outside the Gallery of Modern Art.
I Speakeasy at the Universal (Sauchiehall Lane). l()pm—2am. Free. Weekly. If you feel like a few drinks after the pub. but don't want to go clubbing. Speakeasy is for you. The music ain't compromised. but the vibe is chilled.
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I Stand at the Universal. Next date tbc. I Topform at the Buff. lOpm—3am. Free before 10.30pm; £3 after. Weekly. 1 think we have to turn over to Topform themselves to sum up this new night: ‘An extravaganza of music and twisted entertainment. think the Royal Variety Performance hosted by your drunkest drunken uncle. Think end of the pier. think end of the world. think out of your box!‘ With Radio One‘s Gill Mills.
I Abnormals Anonymous at Glas ow School of Art. Next date tbc. I A erglow at Ad Lib. llpm—late. £5 (£4). ll Jun. The last ever Afterglow at this ﬁne little pub club. Northern soul. funky jazz and essential mod from residents Paul Molloy and Micky Collins. Mark Wilson of the Dynamic 3 Soul Club plays tonight. I Archaos at Archaos. l lpm—3am. £5 (£2.50). Weekly. Mainstream chart dance. soul and cheese at one of the busiest Fri nighters in town. I Babau at Belo. 6pm—3am (Dis from llpm). Free before llpm; £5 after. Weekly. The venue‘s legendary Fri nights take the name of the clubbing institution that used to be here. Paul Traynor. Billy Jones and Ross Macmillan are in charge of the music. and they‘ve been known to rip it up in the
Bass Invaders at The Big Joint.
llpm—3am. £5. ll Jun. Monthly. This is a real character of a venue. and this night is