Events are listed by city, day, type then alphabetically by name. Submit listings at least 16 days before publication to Glasgow listings are compiled by David Pollock. ✽✽ Indicates Hitlist entry

Glasgow Thursday

Monthly & One-Off Events OPA! at Chambre 69. 20 Oct, 11pm–3am. £6 (£5). A new night that aims to incorporate local live music, DJs, performers, art and sculpture. FREE Reggae at the Halt Bar. 20 Oct, 8pm–midnight. Captain Slackship’s Mezzanine Allstars DJs bring you the reggae, ska, dub, soca and dancehall, with live brass and percussion. Danse Macabre at Nice’n’Sleazy. 27 Oct, 11.30pm–3am. £3. DJs Pasta and Catnip spin old-school goth rock and classic disco (how does that even work?), along with Italo, sleazy synthpop and the best alternative rock tracks the 80s had to offer. Mixed Bizness at Club 520. 3 Nov, 11pm–3am. £5 (students £4). Cutting edge underground beats and classic dancefloor gems from resident Boom Monk Ben and rotating residents. With a four-hour set from resident Ben. Weekly BeastMoves at Chambre 69. Weekly 11pm–3am. £tbc. A soundtrack of house, techno and funky, bassy tunes that won’t be hard on your wallet. Bitter Glitter at the Polo Lounge. Weekly 11pm–3am. £3. Madame S (Utter Gutter) and Fraser Bone (Lock Up Your Daughters) with a weekly party, playing a mix of homo-disco, electronic treats, jackin’ house and tech beats. Bump at Hummingbird. Weekly 11pm–3am. £tbc. R&B and hip hop from DJs Naeem and Sketch. Dirty Sexy Money at O’Couture. Weekly 11pm–3am. £tbc (free for students before midnight). That Tall Guy Scott plays cheese, pop and R&B. Eureka at Bamboo. Weekly 11pm–3am. £4 (free with a matric card). DJ Toast plays rock, indie, dance and hip hop. FREE Feel My Bicep at Flat 0/1. Weekly 11pm–3am. 80s sleaze, analogue funk, old school house, disco flexx and sweat on the walls. FREE Pour Homme, Pour Femme, Pour Queens at FHQ. Weekly 9pm–3am. New weekly night from TLC Glasgow with DJ Shawn Roberts, free entry and a whole lotta tunes. FREE Ready Ready at Classic Grand. Weekly 11pm–3am. Hip hop and R&B from DJ Cool Master. Rubbermensch and Jellybaby at O2 ABC2. Weekly 11pm–3am. £4. A night for indie lovers with Andy Wilson in charge. Rumble Thursdays at the Garage. Weekly 11pm–3am. Free before 11.30pm; £5 (£3) after. Chart, pop, indie, R&B and hip hop fight it out for your aural affections. Skint at the Viper Bar & Club. Weekly 9pm–2am. Free before 11pm; £5 (£3 students) after. Stephen Foy plays indie dancefloor anthems, pop hits and classic house. Skint and Vengeance at the Cathouse. Weekly 11pm–3am. £3 (£2 students). DJs Billy and Colin play rock, emo and pop-punk in the main room, while DJ Q Ball has the sickest black metal, death metal and thrash in the back. Sol’s Club at Sol’s Club. Weekly 10pm–3am. £5. Bollywood, Latin, Afro- Caribbean and reggae club nights. Soul Glo at the Buff Club. Weekly 11pm–3am. £3. DJ Snafu scratches funk, soul and old rhythm and blues.

56 THE LIST 20 Oct–17 Nov 2011

Sub Thursday at the Sub Club. Weekly 11pm–3am. Free before midnight; £tbc after. Some of the city’s best DJs and producers as residents, including Bunty (Mixkings, 90s Hip Hop), Noface (Mixkings, Mixed Bizness, Electrikal), Homebass DJs (Jakebeats, Mixkings, Homebass), Floyd (Bangers & Mashup, Sub Friction), Foley (Voltaic) and more. Thursday at Milan at Milan. Weekly 11pm–3am. £tbc. DJ Naeem and DJ Sketch present a night of sleek and sexy urban tracks to get you moving. Thursdays 520 at Club 520. Weekly 11pm–3am. £5 (students £4). The brand new Thursdays at 520 with residents Mungo’s Hi Fi and Bunty Beats playing reggae, dancehall and hip hop every week. Also featuring rotating monthly guests Mixed Bizness, Sleaze Records, Mix Kings and Djamba in the back room. Zipper at Stairway Club. Weekly 5pm–3am. Free before 10pm; £5 after. Classic rock’n’roll including Rolling Stones, Hendrix, The Who and Muddy Waters. With live bands.

Glasgow Friday Monthly & One-Off Events Argonaut Sounds at Blackfriars. 21 Oct, 11pm–3am. £3. The Argonaut soundsystem returns playing reggae, dancehall and dub. Chase & Status at O2 Academy. 21 Oct, 7pm. £17.50. Live show from the hard drum & bass duo with MC Rage. With support from Delilah. FREE Deadly Rhythm at Chambre 69. 21 Oct, 11pm–3am. Launched in London, a new dubstep, house and future garage night for Glasgow. With guests Illum Sphere and Jonny Dub. Dirt Box at Soundhaus. 21 Oct, 11pm–3am. £tbc. A house and techno party, with regulars Dirty Basement, Crocky DaMan and Foley Foliage. With special guests Dem slackers. Lock Up Your Daughters Band Night at the Flying Duck. 21 Oct, 11pm–3am. £5 (£4). Lock up Your Daughters play host to The Beaks (‘anti- music’), the funky electro stylings of Camino Real and rap rude girl Kitty Cowell. Sensu at the Sub Club. 21 Oct, 11pm–4am. Free before midnight; £10 after. A typically great house, techno and electro night from the Sub Club. The seventh birthday party, with special guest Shonky. Supernova at the Arches. 21 Oct, 10pm–3am. £tbc. A regular electro- house, tech-house and minimal techno night from the Hell DJs, with special guest Ellen Allien. Banjax at La Cheetah. 28 Oct, 11pm–3am. £10. A bi-monthly night from Dave Shades (Mount Heart Attack), Tommy & McGarvatron (Bass Invaders) and Data Rape aka Full Phat (Obese, Concept Theory). This first birthday party welcomes Luke’s Anger (Tigerbass, Don’t, Bonus Round). Beef at Chambre 69. 28 Oct, 10.30pm–3am. £10. Techno and electronic music from residents i am blip and Ross Hinton. Facemelting live techno from Finland’s Huoratron. HYP? X Vitamins at the Sub Club. 28 Oct, 11pm–3am. £10 ; £8 advance. It’s How’s Your Party?’s fourth birthday over Hallowe’en - and to celebrate they’re getting the night off. In their place will be Shaun & Sam Vitamins, with three fast-rising guests in Seiji, Objekt and Lando Kal (Lazer Sword). Hallowe’en Club Night at Film City Glasgow. 28 Oct, 7.30pm–1.30am. £15. With DJ Harri (Sub Club), James McArdle (Construct) and Dave Congreve (Soma). On the House at O’Couture. 28 Oct, 9.30pm–3am. £8. A Hallowe’en special with the 2-Faced Funks - The House Bandits (Andy Raeside & Kris Greig), Neil Hood, Gary Livingstone and Brian Anderson.

28 Oct, 8pm–3am. £6 in advance; ✽✽ Pinup Frights at the Flying Duck. £7 on the door. Hallowe’en extravaganza with guest DJs Carl Barat, Scott Paterson and Adele Bethel (Sons & Daughters), and Didz Hammond (Cooper Temple Clause). With live music from Colonel Mustard, Mondegreen, Skinny Villains and Tokomak. Pressure at the Arches. 28 Oct, 11pm–4.30am. £16. More techno action ith Loco Dice and Slam in the front arch, and the Drumcode 15th Anniversary Tour featuring Adam Beyer, Joseph Capriati, Slam (live) and Harvey McKay through the back. Propaganda at O2 ABC. Weekly 8pm–3am. £4. Indie Friday nighter. With Nick Grimshaw on 28 Oct. Ctrl+Alt+Del at Flat 0/1. 4 Nov, 11pm–3am. £tbc. A night devoted to electro, from the 80s to the present day. FREE Directions at the Admiral. 4 Nov, 10pm–2am. Beats and breaks, northern soul, post-punk and more. Infexious at Soundhaus. 4 Nov, 8.30pm–2.30am. £15. Hard dance, hardstyle and tech-trance featuring residents including Rob Da Rhythm, Chris Craig, Stu Laurie and more. With special guests A-Lusion (Scantraxx), Titan (Fusion) and DJ YOZ (DMW). Laidback Luke & Sandro Silva at the Arches. 4 Nov, 11pm–3am. £17.50 earlybird. Colours welcomes Dutch master of electro-house Laidback Luke for what’s becoming an annual event, with support from Sandro Silva. Luftfunk at Hummingbird. 4 Nov, 11pm–3am. £3. Night of cosmic, space, Italo, funk and disco from Den Haan. Madame Magpie’s Twist & Shout at Blackfriars. 4 Nov, 8pm–3am. £4. Vintage velvet sounds from Felonious Munk, Mariah Leahy and live band tbc.

✽✽ Numbers at the Sub Club. 4 Nov, 11pm–3am. £10. One of Glasgow’s

most eclectic clubbing successes, with rotating residents and a diverse array of dubstep and techno-playing special guests such as Pearson Sound, Space Dimension Controller and Numbers’ own Jackmaster. Osmium

Kollektiv at Chambre 69. 11 Nov, 11pm–4am. £5 earlybird; £7 in advance; £10 on the door. Doug Behaviour and Marco Calzone welcome a range of special guests playing house, techno and more. With guest Max Cooper (Traum Schallplatten). also look out for the light- maze installation being put in for the night. Loop at Basura Blanca at the Brunswick Hotel. 11 Nov, 9pm–2am. £4. A bi-monthly house and techno club from residents Neill Murphy and Jamie Knox. Second birthday party with a three-hour set from Animal Farm. Monox at La Cheetah. 11 Nov, 11pm–3am. £5. House and techno from the Monoxians. With Stephen Brown live. Point 4 at Soundhaus. 11 Nov, 10pm–3am. £tbc. A co-op of nights for the discerning clubber, from residents Simon Stokes (Darkroom Dubs, Rekluse), Charles Turtle (Animal Farm, Off The Record) and Colin Henderson (Techno Terrorist). Return to Mono at the Sub Club. 11 Nov, 11pm–3am. £13. A first-class house and techno party from residents Slam. With Carl Craig on his 20 Years of Planet E tour. Tictactoe at the Arches. 11 Nov, 11pm–3am. £12. The minimal house and techno night returns, with resident Andrew Doran. With a duo of very special guests in Davide Squillace and Marc Houle, playing on a full Funktion One setup. Weekly Audiofilth at Common. Weekly 9pm–3am. Free before 11pm; £7 (£5 students) after. Friday nights are getting dirty with Ross McMillan and Big Al orchestrating some of the filthiest house, electro, hip hop and indie. Ballbreaker and Vice at the Cathouse. Weekly 10.30pm–3am. £5 (£4). A selection of rock, metal, emo and even hip hop over two floors. Canvas at Arta. Weekly 10.30pm–3am. Free before 11pm; £5 after. Live bands plus DJs Martin Black (Fri) and Norman Robinson (Sat) playing funk and party classics.

P H O T O :



A relative newcomer to the Glasgow club world with residents DJ Blair Benzini and Gary Dance Commander promising a mix of Italo, nu disco, synth pop and funk. ‘There’ll be no ironic posturing or sitting down and nodding appreciatively,’ they tell us, ‘just hunners of cracking tunes, going from the stupidly obscure to the blindingly obvious via anywhere and everywhere in between. It’s only three quid and you will enjoy yourself, so join us!’ And who are we to argue? Blackfriars, Glasgow, Sat 12 Nov.