Thursday, 17 June 2010

June 2010 (Week 3) Clubbing Listings: Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, and Dundee

Gotta keep it light on the listings info this week - Lo-quality has been hit with a deluge of mundane things outside the internet demanding attention. Need any more details (on clubs, not my private life), feel free to email.


Club: Substance
Venue: GRV
Date: 19th June

Luke Slater appears at Substance as Planetary Assault Systems for an all out techno and electro ride through the galaxy. Strap in and melt out.

10.30pm-3am, £12 on the door

Club: Messenger Sound System 
Venue: Bongo Club
Date: 19th June

MC Ras Echo brings the roots and reggae to the Mighty Messenger - may Jah have blessing on the speakers.

11pm-3am, £7 / £6 after

Club: Ultragroove
Venue: Cabaret Voltaire
Date: 19th June

Ultragroove welcomes Craig Smith (6th Borough Project) among old house friends for another punch to the face of quietness, riding high on the success of recent releases, and becoming resident of new club Heavy Gossip. Gareth Sommerville supports.

11pm-3am, £8 / £5 before midnight or students all night

Extra: Craig also appears at SouLoco at Cabaret Voltaire's Speakeasy on 25 June - deep, soulful and tech-house. Support from residents Jamie McKenzie, Chris Graham, and Kirk Douglas (no, probably not that one). 11pm-3am, £5 / £3 before midnight or students


Club: Argonaut Sounds
Venue: Blackfriars
Date: 18th June

Usually providing pre-club parties for Mungo's Hi-Fi, Argonaut Sounds take to the later hours for a reggae soundsytem at their new venue in the Merchant City.

11pm-3am, £3 / free before 11.30pm

Club: Code
Venue: Club 69, Paisley
Date: 19th June

Surgeon. S-u-r-g-e-o-n. SURGEON! surgeon. A four/four style preview almost seems apt for advertising techno specialist Surgeon, making his debut at Code. 'Mon the Paisley beats!

11pm-3am, £10

Club: Death Disco 
Venue: The Arches
Date: 19th June

Sporting an electro air-travel theme this month, Death Disco say they will be "ensuring the party atmosphere is guaranteed to take flight" after the Volcano mishaps earlier in the year. For maximum irony, they've invited Aeroplane to headline, along with a live appearance from The Swiss for an italo-pop belt around the ears (Autralian-style). Aeronautical outfits required!

10pm–4am, £14 / £7 with a half price pass - sign up

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