Clubs: The best of the rest: Breeze
Saturday 31 October 1998
After a summer larging it up on the sunshine island, London's doyens of clubbing chic bring some welcome sparkle to a greying capital.
Their new weekly session will feature the usual residents and stylish aesthetics that have become Pushca's trademark (above).
The door policy here is "ruthless" and those who fail to impress in the style stakes will be home in time for Match of the Day. Once inside, Pushca rarely fails to impress. Arrive early.
Saturday, 6 Hanover Street, W1 (0171-499 7977) 11pm-6am, pounds 15
ULTIMATE B.A.S.E. II @ the velvet rooms
Who'd have thought that this little venue would house one of the best nights in the capital?
Carl Cox fills massive venues across the world, but every Thursday you can hear him here playing his personal brand of hard house, with selected DJs. The crowd was recently left gasping for more after a blinding five- hour set that saw all his usual innovation and Technics-trickery.
This venue is small, so late arrival can lead to disappointment.
Thursdays, 143 Charing Cross Rd, London WC1 (01403 267376) 10pm-3am, pounds 5-pounds 6
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