Dutch electro house duo Bingo Players make their Arches debut on Saturday amid the usual shouts: biggest new name in house this, international dancefloor destroyers that.
You'll certainly recognise their 2012 tune Get Up (Rattle) if you've been anywhere near a radio in the past two years, but there's more to them than that.
Well… there isn't really, but you know what I mean.
Before it, get yourself along to Dutch trance veteran Armin van Buuren at the Academy, because sometimes a weekend just calls for 10 solid hours of power raving.
l Armin van Buuren, Saturday, O2 Academy, 7pm-late, £40
l Bingo Players, Saturday, Arches, 11pm - 5am, £19.50
VICE magazine, international media conglomerate of choice for hipsters everywhere, recently sent one of their clubs reporters to a gabber music night in Glasgow.
Although this was a blatant invasion of my territory, no Heisenberg-style recriminations were necessary...and also I couldn't be bothered with all the clearing up.
They found that despite being pretty terrifying to outsiders, it's a diverse and welcoming scene: if you can put up with the rabid 180 beats per minute pace.
The Dutch Masters of Hardcore DJ Korsakoff headlines here, with characters like Noize Suppressor, Detest and Destructive Tendencies in support. Not one for the faint of heart.
l Darkside 14th Birthday: A Journey to Hell, tomorrow, Make Do, 9pm - 3am, £22
FROM tomorrow, psychsters from across the country will descend on Glasgow for an intense weekend of garage and psychedelic noise.
It all kicks off tonight at the CCA with DJs from Freakbeats, tomorrow is the first club night at The Admiral from 9pm, Saturday sees Fabriq getting it from 10pm - 4am, and things wind down at The Black Sparrow on Sunday from 4pm - 1am.
Spread across this are some of Europe's finest garage bands, DJs and a vintage and record fair at McChuill's on Saturday afternoon.
l Double Sight: Glasgow Garage and Psych Weekender, all weekend, various venues, £14 weekend ticket.