Clubbing - top nights not to miss

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Norman Doray making his Edinburgh debut and Laptop Lounge at the Voodoo Rooms.


EVERYONE knows David Guetta. Not only is the Frenchman the biggest DJ in electronic dance music (EDM), he’s also the reason why the underground is overground, and still growing.

With a discography that includes a platinum A-list of hip-hop artists such as Snoop Dogg as well as hits like When Love Takes Over with Kelly Rowland, his success is on the large scale.

Famous for his Ibiza concept party nights, Guetta only books the hottest DJs to play his gigs and there’s a chance to catch one of them in action this weekend when Norman Doray makes his Edinburgh debut on Saturday at the Liquid Room.

Expect a world class performance from the man believed to be clubbing’s next big thing. Support comes from the Floorplay residents Barrie Wilkins, Liam Goldie and Darren Connell.

Liquid Room, Victoria Street, Saturday, 10.30pm, £8-£10, 0131-225 2564 /


TONIGHT: Alternative electronica from Edinburgh’s musical leftfield club Laptop Lounge, at the Voodoo Rooms, West Register Street, 9pm–1am, free

TOMORROW: If you fancy a broad spectrum of club sounds then try XY at Cabaret Voltaire, with house & electro from DJ Stu Todd, Bass from Jaylaxx.

Support comes from the café bar by way of Fraser Henderson. 11pm-3am, £7.

If you feel charitable, head to The Annexe, Victoria Street, for Cause It, featuring Holland’s Invite, The Apprentice and Foxtrot. Techno from 11pm to 3am for £6.

GR Ant’s CHOICE: Try Rack & Ruin, the new weekly Sunday club at the Third Door on Lothian Street, for original disco, Chicago house and Detroit techno from 11pm-3am, free.