Tomorrow, La Cheetah kicks off its fourth birthday celebrations with Chicago house legend Ron Trent.
It's a typically brilliant booking by the Queen Street venue, which consistently attracts the best names in deep house and techno to its sweaty confines.
It's also remarkable due to Trent's scarcity: he rarely accepts bookings, so his appearance here is a minor coup for the club.
You'll struggle to see a better Chicago DJ anywhere, so grab this chance to witness the Altered States star's exhausting five-hour set.
l La Cheetah 4th Birthday Party with Ron Trent, tomorrow, La Cheetah Club, Queen Street, 11pm-3am, £12
All back to Ibiza...
ANYONE who's visited the White Isle during the summer months knows the pain that ensues upon coming home.
When you're there the colours are brighter, awful food tastes magnificent and paint stripper vodka becomes the nectar of life. Back in Glasgrey, life just doesn't compare.
The fourth annual Highlander Ibiza Reunion should be commended, then, for its valuable public service.
It acts as a kind of support unit for those sent into a state of clinically fed-up, offering one last heavenly bite at the Ibizan cherry before winter comes.
This year, DJs Matt Finlay, Michael Paterson, Kaveh Porter and Joe Docherty run the wheels of steel, bringing San Antonio's unique atmosphere to the Gorbals. One last time: here we, here we, here we…
l The Highlander Ibiza Reunion with Matt Findlay, Saturday, O2 Academy, Eglinton Street, 9pm-3am, £16
Falling for the Duke
DUKE Dumont, one of the men behind the mega crossover hit Need You (100%), brings his world-conquering brand of house to The Arches on Saturday.
He's also responsible for the enormous remix of buzz band Haim's Falling, which has been dominating dancefloors all this year.
At the exact same time, STREETrave takes over the arch next door, sparking legitimate fears that the venue might just implode. Go at your own risk, readers.
l Duke Dumont, Saturday, The Arches, Argyle Street, 10pm-3am, £20
l STREETrave 24th Birthday Party, Saturday, The Arches, Argyle Street, 10pm-3am, £15
A Subbie double
A passion for techno and a desire to bring machine music to a live setting unites eminent producers Blawan and Pariah.
They bring their analogue-driven live show - under the name Karenn - to the Subbie tonight, with support from Sunil Sharpe and Glasgow's Bake.
On Sunday, expect riotous scenes as another Chicago house legend - Derrick Carter - kicks off the 20th year of Glasgay! with a career-spanning marathon four-hour set.
l Karenn Live, tonight, Sub Club, Jamaica Street, 11pm-3am, £6
l Derrick does Glasgay! with Derrick Carter, Sunday, Sub Club, 11pm-3am, £8