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Magic Waves electronic mini-festival comes to Glasgow – Fri 24 Oct 2014

23 Oct 2014

Headliners include Black Devil Disco Club, Arthur Baker, DJ Mark Du Mosch and Alessandro Adriani

‘It's a party where you don't know what you're going to hear next, and one where we only play music from the heart,’ says Berlin-based Magic Waves founder Casionova of his pirate radio station venture turned international clubbing brand. ‘It's not…

New club night FOAM opens at Glasgow's Art School

22 Oct 2014

'Not an extravagant, lasers-in-your-face gala, but a place to congregate, free from pretension'

‘With this in mind, I think this event has the potential to “go off”,’ confirms Guy Veale. He’s just gone through a long explanation of the careful considerations that have gone into planning this new collaboration between the Art School, himself and…

The best club nights – Oct / Nov 2014

22 Oct 2014

Including Leon Vynehall, Magic Waves, Erol Alkan, Eton Messy, Patrick Topping and FOAM

Leon Vynehall Two chances to see the hot young producer making warm, disco-tinged house blending old and nu school. Expect a set showcasing the records he loves, regardless of genre or credibility. La Belle Angele, Edinburgh, Fri 24 Oct; Sub Club…

Cross-genre music innovator Rustie brings Green Language tour to Glasgow

21 Oct 2014

Much anticipated homecoming show from Russell Whyte at the Art School

‘More serious,’ is what Glasgow’s own Rustie (aka Russell Whyte) says he wanted from his follow-up to 2011 debut album Glass Swords. The original, he apparently considered, had thrown too much into the mix in terms of trying to make itself heard with…

Students: The List is coming to you. And we’ve got Hornsby's Cider.

19 Sep 2014

Grab your free List, and assorted goodies, at student events in Glasgow and Edinburgh

Students, The List is coming to you. And we’ve got cider. Students, The List is coming to you. And we’ve got Hornsby’s Cider. Yes, we come bearing gifts of goodie bags, complimentary bottles of Hornsby’s Cider and of course, the latest issue of The…

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GENERATION By Night - Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art One, Edinburgh, Fri 12 Sep 2014

16 Sep 2014

Golden Teacher and Optimo enhance a celebration of contemporary Scottish art

We’ve already awarded a well-deserved five stars to Modern Art One’s strand of the GENERATION project, which celebrates the past 25 years of contemporary Scottish art. Our reviewer on that occasion was especially impressed by Douglas Gordon’s ‘24 Hour…

Yes or No? 15 shows to help you make your decision for the Scottish independence referendum

12 Sep 2014

Need help deciding? Let the worlds of art, theatre, comedy, books and music lend a hand

Glasgow Early Days: The Arches Referendum Festival A week of special theatre commissions including work by Rob Drummond, Gary McNair & Davey Anderson and Robert Ormerod, with the Arches Political Party the night before and the What Now? Brunch the…

La Belle Angele: 'Don’t expect free-entry nights with cheap booze offers, that’s exactly what we’re not about’

11 Sep 2014

Manager Martin Coull talks us through Edinburgh's revived iconic club and gig venue

Anyone who made a habit of going clubbing in Edinburgh twelve years ago knows where they were in December 2002 on the night of the Cowgate fire. It was a Saturday, and many of them might have been heading to the old building which burned all night, the…

Interview: DJ/producer Greg Wilson on his Super Weird Happenings

11 Sep 2014

The events are a result of collaboration with Blind Arcade, aka Kermit Leveridge and producer EVM128

Just the name of Greg Wilson’s new label, Super Weird Substance, inspires a sense of intrigue. Established earlier this year, the legendary DJ has embarked on arguably his most ambitious and adventurous project to date. Inspired by the redemption of…

Student Guide 2014: a guide to the LGBT scenes in Edinburgh and Glasgow

10 Sep 2014

From university societies to the best gay-friendly bars and clubs, we've got you covered

Whether you’re just out of the closet, questioning your sexuality or out to everyone you know, university can be your chance to have that hectic social life you’ve always wanted, and meet the love of your life – or at least, of this week.   Luckily…

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Student Guide 2014: Edinburgh's best club nights

10 Sep 2014

Featuring The Big Cheese, I Love Hip Hop, Witness and Mjölk

The Big Cheese The staple of the week for student night life. Spread over two floors of the Edinburgh University student union, cheap drinks abound as do feelings of 90s nostalgia when S Club 7 hits the speakers. It's worth staying until the end for…

Student Guide 2014: Glasgow's best club nights

10 Sep 2014

Featuring ShangriLa, Propaganda, Neverland and Hip Hop Thursdays

ShangriLa The exalted industrial cave-like underground hosts some of the biggest names in dance and prides itself on the finest deco on the Glasgow club scene. This weekly night offers low-price drinks and an anything-goes attitude – perfect for…

Sven Vath to host Cocoon night at London's Building Six in November 2014

2 Sep 2014

Tickets for the techno titan's winter event are on sale now

Techno boss Sven Vath will headline another of his legendary Cocoon nights at Building Six, London on Sat 22 Nov. As well as label boss Vath, the event will feature an as-yet-unannounced line-up of some of Cocoon's biggest hitters – and, considering the…

Gorgon City, Annie Mac, Skream, Chase & Status and more line-up for Nightvision

26 Aug 2014

The series of big name club nights are set to transform Edinburgh's nighttime scene

Something exciting is about to happen in Edinburgh, and it’s not during August, and it takes place across the wee small hours. If we were talking about another capital city in Europe, this might not seem like such a significant statement but, as…

Interview: JD Twitch on the Last Big Weekend event in Glasgow's East End

26 Aug 2014

Friday line-up includes Jeff Mills, James Murphy, Hudson Mohawke and Golden Teacher

‘Having been involved in music in Glasgow for nearly three decades I think this is the most exciting time for the city I've known,’ says Optimo’s Keith McIvor, aka JD Twitch, ‘and it's great to have this chance to celebrate that.’ He is, let’s face it…

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Jonas Kopp and DJ Deep set for date at Glasgow's Sub Club

26 Aug 2014

Argentinean producer and DJ guests at Animal Farm

You need only glance at Jonas Kopp’s tour schedule to appreciate his rocketing status; from Tresor to Trouw, Panorama Bar to Rex Club, the Argentinean producer and DJ has played to some of the most prestigious dancefloors in the world, each one moved by…

Carl Cox and Jon Rundell set for date at Glasgow's Arches

26 Aug 2014

Key figures in house and techno take resurrected Intec Digital label on the road

Still undeniably one of the biggest names in house, it’s Carl Cox’s collaboration with Jon Rundell, himself now one of the biggest names in techno, which has kept him busiest over the past three years, and the guise under which they appear at the Arches…

Neil Landstrumm on what makes him tick on tour and at home

19 Aug 2014

Techno veteran talks favourite cities, biking riding and cheese ahead of Sneaky Pete's set

Favourite club to play It’s impossible to single just one out, but a concrete, golf ball-looking venue in St Petersburg was pretty good this year. The name escapes me. Favourite city to chill out in I've become less of an urbanite nowadays – I’d…

Crate Digging: Darkstar set for UK date ahead of forthcoming album

17 Aug 2014

Playlist from group’s James Young featuring Nochexxx, Nicolas Jaar, Gwilym Gold and Micachu

Melodic, densely atmospheric, at once minimal and psychedelic... production trio Darkstar have found a fitting home on both Hyperdub and Warp Records, and will be well at home in the dark, snug confines of Sneaky Pete’s on 13 August. With vocalist and…

Interview: Ninja Tune / Solid Steel’s DJ Moneyshot aka Macroy ‘Roy’ Spencer

14 Aug 2014

'Expect old-school style, heavy on the funk. Don't expect modern bass music or clownstep'

We’d love to give you the guided tour around the multifarious styles of Ninja Tune / Solid Steel’s DJ Moneyshot (aka East Midlands boy Macroy ‘Roy’ Spencer), but he’s willing to do it himself, so open his Mixcloud, sit back and enjoy the ‘greatest…

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Interview: Berghain Panorama Bar resident Prosumer discusses why he loves Edinburgh crowds

14 Aug 2014

'The crowds here are a happy bunch – people feel comfortable enough to dance with their eyes closed'

Given his well-documented ability to understand his audience and give them exactly what they want, it’s no surprise that the reaction to Bixon’s third booking of Prosumer, one of Europe’s formative house DJs and producers – this time for an…

Interview: Bobby Perman aka S-Type talks to us ahead of the LuckyMe Annual Festival Party 2014

14 Aug 2014

The Blessing, eclair Fifi and Joseph Marinetti complete the line-up

Once again Glasgow record label LuckyMe are heading to the capital for a festival special. 'It's really difficult to pinpoint the common theme between all the artists on the label. I think it's more of an aesthetic than a sound,' explains S-Type (aka…

The best nocturnal activities during the 2014 Edinburgh Festivals

7 Aug 2014

Try something alternative like ceilidh dancing or a cabaret club night

One of the best things about Edinburgh in August has to be the wealth of indulgent after-hours fun to be found in the most unexpected of places. David Pollock picks a few highlights for those seeking a lighthearted alternative to the usual late-night…

Techno night Unseen prepares for farewell shindig

6 Aug 2014

Summer of 2014 is end of the road for diverse techno night at Studio 24 in Edinburgh

Two years after Unseen brought its eclectic techno sound to Studio 24 for the first time, the club’s residents have chosen the busiest month of the year to go out on a high. They’ve been here before, when they ran techno night Dogma at the same venue…

Grandmaster Flash and Paul Trouble Anderson among guest DJs at 99 Hanover Street this August

28 Jul 2014

Eddie Piller, Richard Searling and Detroit Swindle complete the bar's Fringe Thursdays line-up

For the last three years, city centre bar 99 Hanover Street has been drawing a crowd for a repertoire of in-house nights and DJs which would have it crowned one of the best clubs in Edinburgh were it not for the lack of a 3am licence. During festival…