Clubs Bedlam at Queen Margaret Union. 27 Nov, 11pm–3am. £4. A monthly goth, EMB and hardcore night for the black- clad hordes. Bottle Rocket at Nice’n’Sleazy. 20 Nov, 11pm–3am. Free before 11.30pm; £3 after. A night for dancing to indie- pop, post-punk, Motown, twee and anything else that gets feet tapping. Broadcast Beach at the Flying Duck. 20 Nov, 11pm–3am. £3. A new night for music lovers, playing indie, folk, punk-rock, reggae, psych, new- wave and more. Includes entry to Singles Night. Death Disco at the Arches. 20 Nov, 11pm–3am. £14 (£7 with a voucher from the Death Disco online mailing list). Electro, house, disco and gauche party tracks at the Arches’ most lurid monthly party, with residents Hush Puppy, Josh Jones and Wavy Graves. November’s date is the eighth birthday party, and will feature guest appearances from the 2010- soundtracking production duo The Count & Sinden, as well as Brodinski and his ABRACADA labelmates Mikix The Cat, The Aikiu, Mustang and Dansette Junior. See preview, page 35. Groove Theory at Hummingbird. 27 Nov, 10.30pm–3am. £5 before midnight; £tbc after. A strictly old school party, with DJs Naeem, Kash, Joeboy Higgins

and more playing R&B, soul, boogie, hip hop and reggae. Note that smart dress is preferred and advance tickets are available from Homegrown at Bamboo. Weekly 10pm–3am. £7 (£5 with a matric card). Big Al, Dominic Martin and Robin B play R&B, indie, rock and soul. Inside Out at the Arches. 27 Nov, 11pm–3am. £tbc. Banging house, techno and trance with an array of residents and special guests every month. Juice at Soundhaus. 27 Nov, 10pm–3am. £7 (members £5). A funky techno and minimal night from Mista Fleck, J Whyte and Mike Provan. With special guest Curtai. Leftfield Aftershow Party at the Sub Club. 20 Nov, 11pm–3am. £8 before midnight; £10 after. The revived classic afro-techno outfit’s gig at the Barrowlands will be followed with a first class Subbie party here. Guests are all tbc. Loop at La Cheetah. 27 Nov, 10pm–3am. £3. A bi-monthly house and techno club from residents Neill Murphy and Jamie Knox. This first birthday sees a return appearance from local lad Sewelly (Relentless, Distortion) alongside fellow Glasgow guests Andy Gilbert and 27B. Love Music and Konichiwa at O2 ABC. Weekly 10pm–3am. £7 (£5). Soul, rock’n’roll, indie and electro with Gerry Lyons. Modern Lovers at the Flying Duck. 27 Nov, 11pm–3am. £3 before midnight; £5 (£4) after. Blues, garage punk, 60s pop, Motown, funk and beyond, with resident DJ Craig Jamieson. This month’s guest DJ is Mike MC (Groove Armada). Mungo’s Hi Fi at the Art School. 20 Nov, 11pm–3am. £5 advance; £8 on the door. Dancehall, grime, ragga and dubstep for your pleasure at this legendary Glasgow soundsystem party. November’s guests are independent UK dub and roots label Conscious Sounds and reggae artist King General. Nu Skool at the Buff Club. Weekly 10.30pm–3am. £6; £3 entry through the Butterfly & Pig. Nick Peacock, John Ross and Alex O provide a fine line in disco, northern soul and all things funky. O’Couture Saturdays at O’Couture. Weekly 11pm–3am. £8 (£5 students). Big-room party, dance and R&B sounds from Rob Etherson and That Tall Guy Scott. FREE Power Tools at Flat 0/1. Weekly 11pm–3am. Korben Dallas and Nushta Droganova play Italo, disco and house.

Proper at Soundhaus. 27 Nov, 10.30pm–3am. £5. Current and classic techno from Axiom, Hi-Tech John, Spartak, The Laird, Toga Jon and Bagadeath. Rectify at Soundhaus. 20 Nov, 10pm–3am. £12 (members £10). A night of hard dance, hardcore and techno from resident Michael Hutcheson, from a club which originated as an illicit warehouse rave and went legit back in ‘04. This is their sixth birthday party, featuring big- name guests Bryan Kearney and Joey V, with help from Alan Forrest (Elevate), Andy Paterson (Temper Temper) and a bunch of other jocks in the various back rooms. Saturday at Oran Mor at Òran Mór. Weekly 10pm–3am. £8. Bobby Bluebell plays chart, indie, R&B and more. Saturdays at the Cathouse. Weekly 10.30pm–3am. £6 (£5.50). DJs Eric and Muppet offer classic and current rock on level one, while DJ Billy and Framie belt out emo and metal on level two. Shout Bamalama at Blackfriars. 20 Nov, 11pm–3am. £3 before midnight; £5 after. Raucous rock’n’roll, groovin’ R&B, thumping soul and other sounds from the past that’ll make your backbone slip. With live guests The Private Hammond Orchestra.


Admiral Bar Basement 72 Waterloo Street, 221 7705. A great venue that has managed to get a new 3am licence. The Arches Argyle Street, 0870 240 7528. Probably the biggest venue in Glasgow and home to famous names like Colours, Death Disco and Pressure.

Arta 62 Albion St, 552 2101. An incredibly flash bar, restaurant and club space in the Merchant City. See listings for selected highlights.

Bamboo 51 West Regent Street, 332 1067/8. A musical programme that takes in modern soul and funky house makes this a favourite venue. See listings for selected highlights.

Basura Blanca at the Brunswick Hotel 106- 108 Brunswick Street, 552 0001. From electronica to soul and funk, a wide range of party nights abound at this basement venue. See listings for selected highlights. Blackfriars 36 Bell Street, 552 5924. Rock, pop and indie DJs, with occasional bands earlier in the evening. See listings for selected highlights.

Black Sparrow 241 North Street, 221 5530. It’s an early-closing bar venue, but this new addition to Glasgow’s scene deserves mention for its fine selection of guest DJs. See listings for selected highlights.

Boho 59 Dumbarton Road, 357 6644. Glossy weekend clubbing at the foot of Byres Road. See listings for selected highlights.

Box 431 Sauchiehall Street, 332 5431. Rock, punk, indie and alternative sounds. See listings for selected highlights.

Braehead Arena Kings Inch Road, 886 8300. Occasional large one-off events in this shopping centre-based arena. The Buff Club 142 Bath Lane, 248 1777. A number of fine nights take place at this upstairs-downstairs venue.

The Bunker Bar 193–199 Bath Street, 229 1427. Pre-club indie and rock sounds, with late opening at the weekend and occasional big-name guest DJs. See listings for selected highlights.

Byblos Unit Q, Merchant Square, 71 Albion Street, 552 3895. Flash mainstream dance sounds for mainstream clubbers in the heart of the Merchant City.

Carnival Arts Centre 2nd Floor, 34 Albion Street, 946 6193. Occasional, mostly world music-themed club nights at this Merchant City haunt. See listings for selected highlights. The Cathouse 15 Union Street, 248 6606. The most popular metal and goth club in the city. See listings for selected highlights.

Classic Grand 18 Jamaica Street, 847 0820. Regular clubs and live music including Souldiggin’ and more. Club 30 22 Cambridge Street, 332 3437. Billed as a discotheque, expect the most commercial of pop sounds with the occasional bigger name guest.

Common 25 Royal Exchange Square, 204 0101. A flash club which offers

soul, R&B and house on the site of the old Belo. See listings for selected highlights. Corinthian Ingram Street, 552 1101. Upper- crust clubbing. Smart clothes are a prerequisite over the weekend. See listings for selected highlights.

The Courtyard 84 West Nile Street, 354 0049. A pub with a small al fresco space to the rear for some legendary daytime house parties. The Ferry Anderston Quay, the Broomielaw, 553 0606. This floating venue on the Clyde plays host to various one-off nights, and the genius monthly that is VEGAS!

Firewater 341 Sauchiehall Street, 354 0350. Student-friendly indie-rocking bands and party choons late into the night. See listings for selected highlights. The Flying Duck 142 Renfield Street, 572 0100. An eclectic, indie-focused club which - rather impressively - features a room made out to look like a kitchen.

The Garage 490 Sauchiehall Street, 332 1120. Student venue playing party tunes. See listings for selected highlights.

Glasgow School of Art 167 Renfrew Street, 332 0691. Record Playerz/Mixed Bizness (on Thursday) and Divine (monthly Saturdays) every week make this student venue a consistent winner. Ivory Blacks 56 Oswald Street, 248 4114. Featuring a mixture of rock gigs and hardcore techno clubs. See

listings for selected highlights.

The Ivy 1102-1106 Argyle Street, 337 3006. It’s a bar, but it still manages an enviable selection of local house and techno DJ talent all week round. See listings for selected highlights. Karbon 4 Buchanan Street, Springfield Court, 221 8099. Student night TIT is always full, with Electroball Fridays giving it a bit more of an edge. See listings for selected highlights.

Karibu 95 Hope Street, 221 7002. Glossy but commercial sounds in the heart of the city, with R&B a particular speciality.

Kushion 158-166 Bath Street, 331 4060. Student- friendly house, pop and indie sounds. See listings for selected highlights. La Cheetah 72 Queen Mary Street, 221 4851. Dance, electronica and cutting-edge rock’n’roll at the venue formerly known as Twisted Wheel. Student- friendly house, pop and indie sounds. See listings for selected highlights.

MacSorley’s 42 Jamaica Street, 248 8581. It’s a pub, but one owned by (and just along the street from) the Sub Club, so the DJs are very good. Maggie May’s 50 Trongate, Merchant City, 548 1350. A punk-themed music venue with a 3am license after the bands have finished. See listings for selected highlights.

Milan 50 42 Queen Street, 548 8002. Sleek and sexy urban and house music at Glasgow’s newest party joint, formerly Cube. See listings for selected highlights.

Nice’n’Sleazy 421 Sauchiehall Street, 333 0900. One of Glasgow’s most down-to-earth and exciting bars, now with a late license at the weekend. See listings for selected highlights.

O2 ABC 300 Sauchiehall Street, 332 2232. This gig venue turns into a massive club night all through the weekend with a mix of indie and freeform mixing. O2 Academy 121 Eglinton Street, 08700 771 2000. Host to big one-off parties ranging from Club Noir to Back to The Future.

O’Couture 373–377 Sauchiehall Street, 333 3940. Commercial and student- friendly, in the heart of Glasgow’s busiest street. The Old Fruitmarket Candleriggs, 353 8000. One of the city’s most atmospheric live venues, which hosts a selection of one-off clubs.

Oran Mor Byres Road, 0870 0132 652. Huge Gaelic- style venue in the West End that plays host to Thursday, Friday and Saturday party nights. Polo Lounge Wilson Street, 553 1221. The gay community of Glasgow votes with its feet every weekend, making this the most popular club of its kind in the city. See listings for selected highlights.

Queen Margaret Union University Gardens, 339 9784. Various club and club- orientated gigs occur at this student emporium. See listings for selected highlights.

The Shed 26 Langside Avenue, 649 5020. Commercial party nights in the heart of the Southside. See listings for selected highlights.

Soundhaus Hydepark Street, 221 4659. House, techno and live venue with Off The Record & DEFF and Monox every month. Stereo 20–28 Renfield Lane, 222 2254. The venue which discovered Franz Ferdinand is revived in a new location, playing host to fine indie gigs and clubs in the basement.

Strathclyde Students’ Union University of Strathclyde, Students Association, 90 John Street, 567 5023. Housing a selection of cheesy and/or specialist student nights. See listings for selected highlights.

Sub Club Jamaica Street, 248 4600. One of the best club venues in Glasgow and host to Subculture and Optimo.

The Tunnel 84 Mitchell Street, 204 1000. A venue famous for its well- dressed crowd and popularity. Dance tunes dominate the weekend. See listings for selected highlights.

Universal 157 Sauchiehall Lane, 332 8899. This smart venue hosts drum & bass and laid-back club nights, making it a varied space in which to relax. The Viper Bar & Club 500 Great Western Road, Kelvinbridge, 334 0560. This west end institution has been recently refurbished, but it’s still an unashamedly mainstream affair. See listings for selected highlights.

The Winchester Club 49 Bell Street, 552 3586. A former jazz bar, this Merchant City basement venue attracts the kind of night and clientele which befits its elegant décor.

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