I Burly at the Arches. .\'e.\t date () Aug.

I Canvas at Aria. l lpm 3am. £thc. Weekly. DJ Walter plays a plethora of l‘unk. soul and keen at this heautil‘ul Merchant (‘ity har.

I Casa Futura 1st Birthday at the Suh ('luh. l lptn 3am. £thc. (v Atig. Monthly. This line cluh. vvith its great residents. vvelcomes the live experience of Deadheat. 'I'he Stih has hosted some very good live shovvs since the reopening. and this one should he right up there.

I The Cathouse at the ('athouse. It).3()pm 3am. £l het‘ore l lpm: £4 (£3) alter. Weekly. Riding high on the nu tnetal vvave. this is one of the busiest nights in town. Rock. grunge. indie and a dash of hreakhcat across three lloors at (ilasgovv‘s top venue for rockers and alternateens.

I Club Budda at ('luh Budda. Dumharton Strect. ('lydehank.

l lptn 3am. £thc. Weekly. The vvcekcnd kicks ol‘t' dovv nriv er vvith a slovv. chillout soundtrack.

I Coded at Vault. l lpttt 3am. £5 (£4). Weekly. ’i‘llL‘}'.I‘C llt‘onl a record store. so the tunes are going to he tresh attd highly l‘unky. aren‘t they'.’ A rotating roster ol DJs alliliated to 23rd l’recinct supply the house-led grooves yott can rely on. Steven .\lc('rcery is the main man. httt the pool of talent includes Billy Kilkic. Bill) Woods and Amanda l’rice.

I Crash at the Shed. lll.3()pm 2am. £3 (£2). Weekly. littan and Andy play the linest ol‘ everything at this hlinding Southside cluh that alvvays seems to he husy.

I Creation at (’orinthian. l lptn 3am. £thc. Weekly. Alter a vvarm-up in the Lite Bar it‘s dovvnstairs vv ith the gear l‘or l’attl Rea and Kev in Attstin. your hosts at this classiest ol venues.

I Cribs at Blanket. l lptn 3am. £(i (£4). Weekly. Darren I). Raymond Woods and Billy Milligatt are in for this night ot' l'unky house. Rth and studenty madness. A very popular cluh right novv. I Destiny at Destiny. l lpm 3am. £thc. Weekly. Destiny's relaunch continues vv ith up-l'or-it party tunes. house and R&B llavas.

I The Edge at the lidge. ('oathridge. l lpm 3am. £5. Weekly. Residents Ales Keane and Scott (iranger ht'ing you the hest in house and chili classics.

I Fluid at Trash. l lptn 3am. £(i (£4). Weekly. Beat lllh‘s Ilsa l.tttlev\ootl. Scott Mackay attd Ravv B all play as residents at this raucous party tip at the mad end ol' tovvn. l‘unky house. urhgin pop and loads oi cheap hoo/e make it a vvinning proposition.

I Fresh at the Polo lounge.

l lptn 3am. £5. Weekly. Michelle and Andy are in charge of the musical duties at this delicious. gay/mised Merchant (‘ity cluh. Most vv ho enter cotne otit smiling.

I Friday Street at (’uha .\'orte.

l lptn 3am. £5 (£4). 3() Jttl. Monthly. A ncvv venue tor the hest mod cluh in Scotland. ('lassic mod sounds. (ills psych and northern soul are play ed ottt. hut never sound played ottt. it you knovv

vv hat vve tncan. Mikey (‘ollins and Paul Molloy are joined on the decks hy guest Mttrray Miller.

I Full On at l’rivilege. ltl.3()pm 3am. U) (£7 ). Weekly. (iekkohoy. Stevvart (ireen. William Daniel. (iav Houston. Sttt llirst and (iio l’erri are your hosts at this vveekly dance night dovvn on llope Street.

I Funhouse at Barl'ly. llptn 3am. £4 (£3). Weekly. A night ol‘ clued-up punk and cathartic indie pop nonsense. lt’s pogo—a-gogo vv ith Radio l's \ic (iallovvay. Mr Paul Needles and DJ Alpha Mitchell.

I Funk Room at the Arches. .\'est date 20 Aug.

I Goodfoot at the Riverside ('Iuh. Midnight 3am. £5. (i Attg. Northern sotil. Hammond tan and tunk 45s lt'oltl the (iootlltiot l).l learn. l’et'leet lot this kind (it venue. too.

I Kinky Afro at the Stth (‘luh

llpm 3am. £8 (£7). 3() Jul. Monthly. Deep house accompanied hy pounding Al‘rican rhythms l'rom Mali'o and Ayavvara.

I LiveVEvil at (ilasgovv School (it Art. llpm 3am. £5. (v August. Monthly. Special guest at this damningly line drutn tk hass party is the delectahle miss “littllitt SW ill. Residents (ieco. Morphy and Simon I) do the husiness on the ones and tvvos. and Brand X-TV are the \'Js. I Latin Fever at Havana. t)pm 2am. Free. Weekly. DJ Keith l) spins up some (‘olomhian. ('uhan. Nevv York and Alrican salsa. adding a tvv ist oi I.atin chart. Rth atld glohal heats to the



rhythmical stevv. 'l'asty.

I Lite at the Corinthian. ltlpm 3am. £thc. Weekly. The ('orinthian l‘acelil't gets into full svv ing. vvith the lite har and cluh taking over the action on liriday s. All the top DJs l't‘om (il‘s other venues make regular appearances.

I Little League ill The RAl-‘A ('ltth. 0pm lam. £3. 23 .lttl only. A concentrated and themed distillation of the National l’op League. the lit'st night is going to he the top 75 .\'l’l. songs ol‘ the last three years in precise rundovvn. so it's vvorth checking this one out.

I Mixed Bizness at (ilasgovv School til. :\l't. \eU date the.

I Moda at Moda. 0pm 3am. l-‘rec. Weekly. Darren Dunn eases his vvay through the night vvith the linest in house. garage and Rth.

I mTheory at the Q (‘ltth

lt).3()pm 3am. £5. 23 Jul only. Mttsic

vv ith a soull'ul edge. a kicked hack atmosphere and an open minded approach to vv hat this line venue can ollet‘ makes Itt'l‘hcory a good het.

I National Pop League at Woodside Social. 8.45pm 2am. £3. 3() Jul. Monthly. l’ost punk. (ho. indiepop. dancing. laughing. living. kissing. (‘ourtesy ol' the National l’op League.

I The N00 Groove at ()ran Mor. llptn 3am. £5. 3() .ltll. 'l‘his vvonderl'ul. long rttnning cltth goes vveekly at this nevv vvest-end institution. Brian and Nick play the hest records l'rom cv cry angle ol' the l‘unk spectrum. .la//. soul. house. hip hop and vvhatev er. A hrilliant vveekly.

0 Numbers at Ad lih. l lpm 3.3llam. Li». 33 Jill only. the last ever cluh night in Ad l.ih? It couldn‘t he a hetter send-oil. either. vvith the \umhers crevv and guests hringing us their unusual miv ol' electro. techno. electronica and lelt-lield ct'a/iness. 'l'cam Shadetck (Warp) and DJ Shahushahu (Stul'lrccords) are ill lor this date.

I Offset al ('uhe. lll.3tlpm 3am. £8 (£5). Weekly. Dance classics and lull house from resident DJs. A very popular venue and cluh night.

I Pukka Funk at the tunnel.

llptn 3am. £5 (£3). Weekly. Massive nevv night tor the tunnel. hringing together three ol~ (ilasgovv 's hest-knovv 11 DJs. Kris Keegan. lain ‘Santos' 'I‘homson and AJ. lispect hig v ihes. cos this one's heen hailed as Scotland’s ansvver to lled


Boarding at Yorkhill Basin. Sat 24 Jttly.

To be frank. some boat parties can really suck. Cramped conditions. bad weather. rubbish sound systems and a dearth of reasonable

4..latrine a

n can mean maritime misery. Billy Woods. however, is

not knoviri‘ixfor being the kind of party organiser who skimps on i.ortant details like these. He's making sure that the Outer Drive journey to Dumbarton Rock and back will be provisioned properly. and that means a fine vessel and fitting soundtrack for the 200- plus punters. ‘We‘ve invested a lot of time. money and effort into Outer Drive, and the boat party is the same. We know exactly how it’s going to be set up, starting with the sound system.‘ " Outer Drive is the kind of club that makes the Glasgow 'V scene so special. It‘s got its own steady following. it's founded on musical diversity and it understands that " even an underground club has to offer the public a coherent, professional sense of what it is. Hence. Woods and promoter friend Ash have always put together a strong PR campaign. from ultra-funky flyers to beautifully produced posters. 'Since I started doing nights. I‘ve always wanted our work to be very professional; we know that everything is important in a club. We're trying to put on a party outwith the mainstream. a night built around the musicanot always with big guests. The boat party is an extension of that.’ Outer Drive might not be the only boat party on Glasgow‘s nightlife calendar this year, but it's probably the most anticipated. (Johnny Regan)

listings Clubs

Numbers The last ever club night in Ad Lib? Possibly. Team Shadetek play a live audio and visual set. DJ Shabushabu and resident Spencer provide the music. Ad Lib, Fri 23 Jul.

Relentless The Sub Fridays always have substantial effort put into them, and Relentless. with its quality guest Mark Broom (pictured), is no different. Sub Club, Fri 23 Jul.

Super Scientists Club 69 is at the cutting edge at the best of times. but when this rather irregular night rears its head. things get really interesting. The Scientists are a full live act. and are supported by a crack team of DJs. artists and percussionists. This time they‘re going for more of a techno slant. so it‘s worth going to Paisley for. and that's quite a claim. Club 69, Fri 23 Jul.

Caledonia Soul A Northern Soul club with conviction. Arthur Fenn. leading light of the modern soul scene of the 80s. plays along with residents Martin and Lenny on this date. Woodside Social, Sat 24 Jul.

Haptic Gianni and Colin have always put musical integrity first at this club and this date is indicative of that. Respected techno producer and DJ James Brunton (lridite Records) blesses the decks tonight. Liquid Lounge. Sat 24 Jul.

El Rancho Relaxo Head to this classic old Glasgow venue for this charming little club playing the finest underground guitar music. it's a modern day social club with 603 bar prices. and Down the Tiny Steps play live on this date. Sounds like value for money to us. The Old Buff Club.

at 24 Jul.

Period Gill Mills and Lena proclaim their menstrual manifesto to play ‘anything that‘s good not shite' at this Sub celebration. What that remit takes in is a matter for some discussion. Sub Club, Wed 4 Aug.