Clubs listings

Glasgow Fridays continued

I British Airwaves at MAS.

l lpm—3am. £tbc. Weekly. ()n the second and last Friday of every month. DJ Kris Forrest celebrates 40 years of British music. Starting at l964 (duh) and moving through everything to the present day. he‘s going to take you on a wonderful musical escapade. Remember your packed lunch. that's all.

I Budda at Budda. l lpm—3am. £tbc. Weekly. Drinks promos and some very sexy R&B from DJ Vance make this not a bad place to start the weekend.

I The Butt at the Buff. 8pm -3am. l-‘rec before 10.30pm: £5 after. Weekly. ()ld school jazz at Glasgow‘s newest jazz club. I)Js Mark Robb and Kevan Stevens do the needlework. while the Fusion Experience mix jazz. rock and ‘a whole lot of groove' in a live fashion.

I Canvas at Arta. l lpm—3am. £tbc. Weekly. DJ Walter plays a plethora of funk. soul and R&B at this beautiful Merchant City bar.

I The Cathouse at the Cathouse. l().3()pm—3am. £l before 1 lpm; £4 (£3) after. Weekly. Riding high on the nu metal wave. this is one of the busiest nights in town. Rock. grunge. indie and a dash of breakbeat across three floors at Glasgow‘s top venue for rockers and alternateens.

I Club Budda at Club Budda. Dumbarton Street. Cly'debank. l lpm—3am. £tbc. Weekly. The weekend kicks off dovvnriver with a slow. chillout soundtrack. I Coded at Vault. l lpm—3am. £5 (£4). Weekly. They're from a record store. so the tunes are going to be fresh and highly funky. aren't they"? A rotating roster of DJs affiliated to 23rd Precinct supply the house-led grooves you can rely on. Steven McCreery is the tnain man. but the pool of talent includes Billy Kilkie. Billy Woods and Amanda Price.

I Crash at the Shed. I().3()pme2am. £3 (£2). Weekly. Iiuan and Andy play the fittest of everything at this blinding southside club that always seems to be busy.

I Creation at Corinthian. l lpm—3am. £tbc. Weekly. After a warm-up in the Lite Bar it‘s downstairs with the gear for Paul Rea and Kevin Austin. your hosts at this classiest of venues.

I Destiny at Destiny. 1 lpm—3am. £tbc. Weekly. Destiny‘s relaunch continues with up-for-it party tunes. house and R&B fiavas.

I Doubleback at Blackfriars Basement. ()ptn—lam. £2. 1 1 Jun. Monthly. They're playing funk. soul. hip hop and breaks at this night in the Merchant City.

I The Edge at the Edge. Coatbridge.

l lpm—3am. £5. Weekly. Residents Alex Keane and Scott Granger bring you the best in house and club classics.

I Electrobix at Bloc. Next date tbc.

I Fluid at Trash. l lpm—3am. £6 (£4). Weekly. Beat 106's Lisa Littlewood. Scott Mackay and Raw B all play as residents at this raucous party up at the mad end of town. Funky house. urban pop and loads of

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Queen’s Club, Glasgow, Fri 11 Jun

There’s a lot to be said for simplicity when it comes to playing records. Recently, DJs have been reverting to primitive mixing and more track-based grooves, even in house and techno clubs. In the land of the indie club, however, simply playing great track after great track (sans complicated mixing) is something that’s never gone out of fashion. ‘We started the night because nowhere in town played the songs that we wanted to hear,’ says Pinup Nights’ resident John D. ‘lt’s for people who are fed up with places like the Shack or the Garage. I will boldly say that we play the best selection of

music in Glasgow on a Friday night.’

Pinup Nights graduates to full-blown club status this month (after a year of pre-club action in Blackfriars), and does what any self-respecting guitar club should, moving into an unusual social club venue to demarcate the change- over. Their musical policy encompasses punk rock, reggae, soul and ska,

and they don’t care if the set-list takes in Van Halen, the Jam, REM or Ara Strap. Speaking of which, that band’s Malcolm Middleton makes his firs

DJ appearance at this very night to mark their first birthday party. (Johnny Regan).

cheap booze tnake it a winning proposition.

I Fresh at the Polo Lounge.

1 lpm-3am. £5. Weekly. Michelle and Andy are in charge of the musical duties at this delicious. gay/mixed Merchant City club. Most who enter come out smiling.

I Cribs at Blanket. l lpm 3am. £6 (£4).

Weekly. Darren I). Raymond Woods and Billy Milligan are in for this night of

funky house. R&B and studenty madness.

A very popular club right now.

I Friday Street at the Liquid Lounge. Next date tbc.

I Full On at Privilege. l().3()pm 3am. £9 (£7). Weekly. (iekkoboy. Stewart (ireen. William Daniel. (iav Houston. Stti Hirst and (iio Perri are your hosts at this weekly dance night down on Hope Street. I Funhouse at Barfiy. l lpnt 3am. £4 (£3). Weekly. A night of clued-up punk and cathartic indie pop nonsense. It‘s pogo-a-gogo will) Radio l's Vic (iallow'ay. Mr Pattl Needles and DJ Alpha Mitchell.

I Funk Room at the Arches.

llptn 3am. £8 (£6). 18 Jun. Monthly. This month's night of Funk Room fervour comes courtesy of the Immaculate Soul Jazz Sound System. They‘re responsible for the classic

I()()‘*E- 500‘} Dynamite and Studio I compilation series. Simon 'Big Beat' Hodge and Andrew Divine are the residents. of course. For this date only 'A-IJs‘I'eunl Ito/(let's gel liziil'lii'it‘i' entry before midnight or in mli'unee u! the

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I Goodfoot at the Riverside Club. Next date tbc.

I Honeytrap at Ad lib. Next date tbc. I I Love 1970 at Strathelyde Student's .-\ss()ciali()n. 9pm 3am. £tbc. Weekl}. .-\s the name suggests. funky fun 7()s classics all night long.

I Kinky Afro Nonar Special at the Sub ('lub. llptn 3am. £8. ll Jun. Monthly. Rising star on the (ilasgow scene Alex Smoke joins the Kinky party this time round. as they celebrate not being at that hugely overrated electronic nutsic festival in Barcelona. A bit of (ilasgow check always goes down well at The List. Matthew and Brian are the residents. as

I LiveVEviI 4th Birthday Party at (ilasi—‘ow School of Art. .\'ext date tbc.

I Latin Fever at Havana. 9pm 3am. Free. Weekly. DJ Keith I) spins tip some Colombian. Cuban. .\'ew York and African salsa. adding a twist of Latin chart. Rth and global beats to the rhythmical stew. Tasty.

I Lite at the Corinthian. l()pm 3am. £tbc. Weekly. The Corinthian facelifl gets into full swing. with the Life bar and club taking over the action on liriday s. All the top I)Js from (il's other venues make regular appearances.

I Mixed Bizness til (iltlsgtm SChtitli (if Art. llpm 3am. £6 (£5). ll Jun. Monthly. They 're getting big props from the press right now. and with good reason. All good nights have a stable grounding in resident talent. and Mixed Bi/ness have Krash Slaughta. l’t'oVinylist Karim and Boom Monk Ben every month. Accapella

Hardcore play live this time and the Flying Jalapeno Breakers perform at Rab's Boutique in the (iallery. Should be a blinder. then.

I Moda at .Moda. 9pm 3am. Free. Weekly. Darren Dunn eases his way through the night with the finest in house. garage and as B.

I National Pop League at \voodside Social. 8.45pm 2am. £3. 25 Jun. Monthly. A club night with a football team'.’ Brilliant. This fine indie institution goes ahead again with the very best postpunk. (‘86. indie pop. kissing. romance. dancing and general merry-making. Look out for extra-curricular activities from the League in the next few months.

I The N00 Groove at the l'nivcrsal.

l lptn 3am. £5. 25 Jun. New and old records from the full funk. soul and jazz spectrums. Brian and .\'ick play the best eclectic mix in town. and the crowd are most appreciative . . . which is nice.

I Offset at Cttbe. l().3()pm 3am. £8 (£5). Weekly. Dance classics and tuff house from residents including Sun Millennium (iirl and former I’luylmy centrefold Rebekah 'l'easdale. She gets a little support (ha ha) from Simon l’oy. (iary Curley. Jim Da Best and Richard Levinson

I Outer Drive at the Sub Club. .\'ext date the.

I Pinup Nights at the Queen's Club (Queen Street). 8.30pm 2am. £4. 1 1 Jun. Monthly. Iixpect punk rock. reggae. soul and ska and guest DJ Malcolm Middleton of Arab Strap joins regulars John I) and (iraenie to celebrate Pinup .\'ights' first birthday. See preview.

I Pukka Funk at the Tunnel.

l lpm 3am. £5 (£3). Weekly. Massive new night for the Tunnel. bringing together three of (ilasgow 's best-known I)Js. Kris Keegan. lain ‘Santos' Thomson and AJ. lixpect big vibes. cos this one's been hailed as Scotland's answer to Hed Kandi.

I Rebel Bass at l’ury Murrys

l lptn 3am. £tbc. ll Jun only. This paint- peelingly heavy night of hard techno. gabba and old-school comes courtesy of Twisted and Brainfire. As is usually the case with these nights. too many DJs to mention them all but there's ()bsession. Rob Da Rhythm and the Torturer among others. (iotta love those names.

I Red and Gold Room at Arta.

l()pm 3am. l-‘rec before l lpm; £7 after. Weekly. DJ Michael ()‘Sliea pops up to spin only the fittest salsa and Latin tunes to a very well-heeled Arta crowd.

I Release at the Arches. 10.30pm 3am. £tbc. l 1 Jun. Monthly. .\'o-nonsense drtnn & bass frotn Barakaand Calaco Jack of Curves and Concept Theory. .More power to their elbows.

I Rockit at Bamboo. l().3()pm 3am. £6 (£4). Weekly. ()ne room house. one room soul and funk and some chillout in the lounge. An immensely popular night with most shades of opinion.

I Second Nature at the l'niversal.

l lpm- 3am. £3 before midnight; £5 after. l4 May. Broken beat. funk. house. disco. hip hop and electronica ~ truly something for every taste upstairs in the lounge bar with Tom Churchill (Iimoticon Recordings) and Andrew Pirie ('l’raxx ).

I Shoogakube at Soundhaus. Next date tbc.

I Sine at the Arches. .\'ext date the.

I Slam year Zero Summer Sessions at the Arches. l().3()pm 3am. £l3 (£l()). 25 Jttn. Monthly. Slam play all night long in the first of three summer specials in the place of the beloved Pressure. Stuart Macmillan and ()rde Mcilvle are together in one room for a session that promises to be very special indeed.

I Stateside at Liquid Lounge.

llpm 3am. £5 (£3). Weekly. (iet yer arse Stateside fora night of funk. soul.

jazz. hip hop and broken beats with

residents Aaron Petrie and Michael Rafferty.

I Subscience at Clth 6‘). Next date lltc‘.

I Super Scientists at (‘hih (w). .\'est

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