Hitlist - The best dancefloor action

  • The List
  • 9 August 2007

• Baby Go Boom Taking laughter and dancing just one step further. Basically, it’s a comedy show with Scott Agnew and Hugh Reed & the Velvet Underpants telling the jokes followed by a disco to keep you moving. Genius. The Woodside Social Club, Glasgow, Fri 10 Aug.

• House Jama A new night at the Arches playing a mix of soulful house, electro house and just plain, pure unadulterated house. The Arches, Glasgow, Fri 10 Aug.

• Return to Mono Ivan Smagghe puts in a DJ set at his Glasgow hunting ground with Slam. Expect dark twisted electronic greatness. Sub Club, Glasgow, Fri 10 Aug.

• Seismic Seismic continues its run of collaborations. This time Robot Disco Terror come out to play. Guests include Legowelt (pictured) and Orgue Electronique from Holland who drop their jackin’ house bombs with explosive results. Blackfriars, Glasgow, Fri 10 Aug.

• Killer Kitsch Residents Euan and David play a mix of electro, breaks, rock, house and tech beats each and every Tuesday. This week they welcome the awesome Tramp DJs from Manchester’s midweek shindig. Kindred spirits. The Buff, Glasgow, Tue 14 Aug.

• Pretty Ugly Pretty Ugly resident DJs, the Underskirts, play host to the first lady of girl punk and punky reggae, The Slits singer and now True Warriors frontwoman Ari-Up. Unmissable. The Admiral, Glasgow, Tue 14 Aug.

Hugh Reed and the Velvet Underpants

£5 (£3 after 11pm). Legendary Glaswegian troubadour provides the musical portion of the evening's entertainment at comedy night Baby Go Boom.

Killer Kitsch

Euan Neilson, Dave Sinclair and Hushpuppy (RPZ, Death Disco) present the city's best Tuesday-nighter with a mix of house, tchno, disco, boogie, soul and Motown.

Baby Go Boom

Comedy and rock'n'roll meet with a stand-up show followed by a disco.

House Jama

With DJs from the legendary Ministry Of Sound and Hed Kandi expect quality upfront house and no cheese.

Baby Go Boom!

The Woodside gives itself up to comedy again, with regular MC Scott Agnew, Hugh Reed, Velvet Underpants and more. There's dancing afterwards so you can chat to girls or boys and tell them their hair looks nice.

Return To Mono

Kill The DJ founder, original Black Strobe member and all round successful French man Ivan Smagghe joins Slam.


Dress to Sweat launch party with Kazey (Arcade Mode, Paris), Pro Vinylist Karim and Rustle vs Jackmaster.

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