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- The List
- 29 January 2007
The latest club news
There are some interesting developments afoot in Glasgow clubland as CPL are putting Cube and the Tunnel up for sale. ‘What we do best is cater to the rock and student market,’ explained CPL Managing Director, Donald MacLeod, ‘so we will be concentrating on expanding both The Garage and The Cathouse in the future.’
Staying in Glasgow, the Sub Club hits its 20th birthday in the first week of April. So prepare for some maximum partying as the big 2-0 hits.
Also a few dates for your diary in Edinburgh: Luke Slater (pictured) has signed up for Access at Cabaret Voltaire, Fri 16 March, and Timo Maas appears at a Motel special, the Liquid Room, Sat 17 March.
Competition One As it’s Valentine’s Day this issue we have five copies of Dimitri From Paris’ new mix A Night in the House of Love to give away. ‘Romance has been away from the dancefloor for too long, I say it’s time to bring it back,’ says Dimitri. For your chance to win send an email marked ‘DIMITRI’, with your name and address, to firstname.lastname@example.org by Wed 14 Feb.
Competition Two To celebrate the Alt>Delete Records night at Blitzkrieg Bop at the Arches, Glasgow, Fri 9 February, featuring post punk act Twisted Charm and DJ sets from Beta Band offshoot The Aliens and the South Central DJs (pictured), we have a set of signed limited edition 12ins from South Central including Klaxons’ ‘The Bouncer’ South Central bootleg, Maccabees ‘X-Ray Vision (SC Remix)’, Metronomy vs South Central ‘Trick or Treatz’ and South Centrals ‘Nothing Can go Wrong’ and ‘Castle of Heroes’. We’re also giving away a pair of tickets to the night. Four runners up will each receive a pair of tickets. For your chance to win send an email marked ‘SOUTH CENTRAL’, with your name and address, to promotions@ list.co.uk by Wed 7 Feb.