Events are listed by city, day, type then alphabetically by name. Submit listings at least fourteen days before publication to clubsglasgow® Glasgow listings are compiled by Sandra Marron.

Glasgow Thursdays


I *.‘ at the Buff Club. l().3()pm- 3am. £3 (free). Weekly. Stevie and David rummage through their records to bring you all the good stuff. There's the odd live band. so expect a feast of eclectronica. discotechnocarcy and other vvords that they've just made tip.

I Atomic at (’1th Apollo. l lpm 3am. £4 (£3). Weekly. They invite you to throvv shapes on the dancetloor as their resident tnusical jigsavv builder pieces together an eclectic tnix of past masters and enduring classics. spanning four decades.

I Freakmoves at (ilasgovv School of Art. llpm-3am. £3 (£2). Weekly. t'ltra- tine hip hop night for the students. vvith l)ls l)ema and Nice. ()n 2() ()ct Rob vaift makes a rather special guest appearance.

I Future Flow at Liquid Lounge.

l lpm—3am. £7 (£6). 6 ()ct. Monthly. Bulldogg Promotions invites you to a special night of live entertainment featuring the cream of (ilasgovv‘s urban acts including I.-Marie. Flo ( lxtra). Levis. Bigg Taj and (ill’f plus DJs Tee. Tvvice and DJ KrossKulcha.

I Homebrew at the Sub (tub.

I lpm—~3am. £2. Weekly. .\'evv student night at the Subbie. An eclectic soundtrack from Tiff Peaches. Boom Monk Ben (Mixed Bizness). Pro \'inle Karim (Mixed Bi/tness‘). lll Technique (Sub (‘ity) and the Groundskeeper (ilenn (‘. ()n 6 ()ct Stanton Warriors (Fabric) make a rare trip to (ilasgovv.

I Lemon . . . the Kings of Indie at ('lub V" I)ub. l()pm-3am. £6 (£4). Weekly. The sharpest indie cuts and the freshest indie hits. A nevv night at the Hope Street venue.

I Nasa at Soundhaus. l lpm 3am. £4. 22 Sep. Weekly. New night of breaks. electro. tech beats plus drum & bass.

I Panic Room at MAS. l lpm-3am. £4. Weekly. I)Js Dave Young and Jim (iellatly (Beat l()6) hosts a night of indie and rock plus as an extra bonus live band nights svvitch places vvith Fool's (iold I)Js every fortnight. Aspherotns. the l’ridays. Robe (‘ube and Rieser appear on 6 ()ct vvith Suspire. Trans Audio and Soulstarr playing 2() ()ct.

I Phunky Monkey at Belo. 8pm 3am. l-‘ree before I lpm; £4 (£3) after. Weekly. Scott (irainger. Vance and Richie Mc(‘olm are on spinning duties at this nevv club that looks like getting even bigger than Babaza. Plenty of drinks promos. funky anthems and floor tillers make it a vvinning formula.

I PunkTrap at Barfly. l lpm 3am. £4. 6 ()ct. Monthly. l’ine night of crazy punk sounds and goings on.

I Record Player: at (ilasgovv School of Art. l().3()pm 2.30am. £3 (£2). Weekly. tn the Vic Bar [ti-ti Sean & lltishpuppy play to an increasingly frenzied gathering of electro freaks. tiber-party upstarts and disco delinquents of all varieties. It‘s no lie to say there ain't another party in tovvn quite like this one and you'd be plain insane to miss it. I Rock’n’Roll Prom: at AB(‘2.

I lpm 3am. £tbc. 13 ()ct. Indie king Alan McGee ((‘reation Records) takes over Rubbermensch for the night for his nevv Rock'n'Roll Prom/ night of singalong classics and tloor shakers. See previevv page 30.

I Rubbermensch at AB(‘2.

l lpm 3am. l-‘ree £3. Weekly. A nevv night for indie kids and indie lovers from Andy Wilson.

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Drum & bass experts LiveVEvil are joined by ‘Original Nuttah’ Shy FX for his Digital Soundboy LP launch. Shy FX (AKA

Andre Williams) has been releasing killer tracks since back in 94, storming the charts with the aforementioned . . . Nuttah’ (featuring Apache Indian), now back with his own label, Ebony, and still at the forefront of the heavyweight edges of the jungle scene.

Fr/ 7 Oct. leoVEw/ at the Glasgow School of Art. Glasgow.

I Subcity Radio Party at the Arches. l()pm 3am. £tbc. 2() ()ct only. This annual party is alvvay's vvorth a visit. The best in nevv and established his and acts from around the city all come together to launch another year of this great stttdenl radio station.

I Skint at the ('athouse. l lpm 3am. £4 (£2). Weekly. Very tnuch a night to rellect vvhat's going on in (ilasgovv at the moment. Tough chemical breaks and beats. rock and indie for a crovvd much like the one outside the (iallery of Modern Art.

I Who Dropped the Funk? at the Liquid Lounge. l()pm 3am. £4 (£3). Weekly. [)1 Aaron Petrie spins. accompanied by a live percussionist. Regular live bands also punctuate the line—up.

Glasgow Fridays


I Boogiedown at Bluu basement. l()pm 3am. l-‘ree £5. Weekly. A night of funked up jail. disco. rare groove and house sounds from resident groove merchant Stevvart Reid.

I Burly at the Arches. l()pm 3am. £l() (£8). 7 ()ct. Monthly. This month the gay and bi men's club celebrates its

third birthday. lli l-‘i Sean spins the tunes.

I Cribs at Blanket. l lpm-3am. £6 (£4). Weekly. l).ls l)M(i. (‘ameron ('raig. .\'aeem. Stevvart McCallum and Sketch and the l-reaktnenoovers boys. l-‘our rooms of funky R&B. street soul. reggae. hip hop. classic rock. pop. chart. house and student favourites.

I Coded at Vault. l lpm 3am. £5 (£4). “cekly. They ‘re from a record store. so the tunes are going to be fresh and funky. Steven Mc(‘reery is the tnain man and the likes of Billy Woods. Billy Kilkie and Amanda Price join in from time to time. I Cotton Cake at The Art School. llpm 3am. £7 (£5). l4 ()cl. Monthly. (‘otton (‘ake is back vvith a heady instalment of eclectic electro fused beats vvith hypnotic vocals and throbbing bass lines.

I Electrobix at Buddha's Backyard. l().3()pm 3am. £5 (£4). l4 ()ct. Monthly. Iilectrodiscolechnopop is vvhat they play with the Bix [Us and special guest London electro-pop duo Schtnoof (Angelika Koehlermann Records).

I Fluid at MAS. l lpm ~3am. £6 (£4). Weekly. Another of the Trash nights that were forced to move due to the tire. [Ms Lisa Littlevvood and Scott MacKay (Beat 106). DJ (‘ut/ and DJ Status play the

funkiest of house tunes and cutting-edge turntablistn to a great party crovvd. : I Fresh at the Polo Lounge. 1 lpm—3am. 1 £5. Weekly. Michelle and Andy are in 7 charge of the musical duties at this delicious gay/mixed Merchant (‘ity club.

I Funhouse at Barfly. l lpm—2am. £6. Weekly. A night of clued-up punk and cathartic indie pop nonsense. It's pogo-a- gogo vvith Radio 1’s Vic (iallovvay and

Mr Paul Needles.

I Goodfoot at Riverside Club.

12pm 3am. £5. 7 ()ct. .‘vtonthly. The (ioodfool DJ team play a superb

selection of 60s soul. funk and R&B at

this (ilasgovv' institution.

I Grind at (‘lub \' Dub. l()pm—3am. £6 (£4). Weekly. Scottie B plays the best '3 urban. R& B. and hip hop sounds to an tip-for-it-crovvd.

I It’s All About the Music at AB(‘2.

l lptn 3am. £6 (£4). Weekly. tittan

Neilson does the honours with his bag of funky electro sounds.

I Kevin Saunderson at Sub Club.

I lpm 3am. £ [0. 7 Oct. The legend that ' is Mr Saunderson descends on (ilasgovv. armed vvith his smorgasbord of techno treats.

I LiveVEvil at Art School. I lpm 3am. £10. 7 ()ct. Monthly. This month the I.ive\'evil crevv have pulled out all the

stops vvith Shy l-‘X guesting to promote

and launch new album Sound/my.

I Mekanik at the Arches. l()pm—3am.

£l2. l4 ()ct. Monthly. Mekanik are

spoiling (is again this month vvith a visit from none other than old school dance masters t'tah Saints. [Everyone chant . . .

I Mungos Hi Fi at Woodside Social. 0pm—2am. £5 (£3). 14 ()ct. Make vvay as

the boy's present an ()ld Skool Dancehall