He inspires devotion among West of Scotland hard dance aficionados.
His Saturday night show The GBXperience's audience share is 30% – a figure even John Peel could only dream of.
When he performs live there is no less demand.
His shows are guaranteed sell-outs – at one last April, at least 1000 clubbers were turned away from a packed Arches. We just can't get enough of him.
You have to know Bowie's listenership to understand the full beauty of his appeal.
His average devotee is what you or I might affectionately refer to as a "nutter".
You can expect to see many of these same nutters on the dancefloor come Saturday night, their exuberant uptake for Mr Bowie's signature euphoric hard dance style fiercer than ever.
Or, if you prefer, you can enjoy it from the comfort of your own living room on the radio as it's broadcast live from midnight.
Monsieur Bowie, you do spoil us.
l GBXperience Live, Saturday, The Arches, 9pm – 3am, £20
ONLY a week after celebrating the 20th anniversary of their first Arches show, tomorrow night Slam present their monthly Sub Club night Return To Mono.
The legendary duo are joined by German floor-filler Nick Curly, who's touring in support of debut album Between The Lines.
It's a major departure for the Mannheim maestro – a mature, blissed-out suite of low-key electronic pop that's markedly different to his previous techno-orientated work.
It comes over a decade since he made his first foray into DJing at age 15 and Curly describes it as an attempt to "capture an emotional feeling." However emotional it gets, rest assured that Slam will dispense with the sentiment, delivering a straight-up set of unreleased techno gems and underground classics.
l Return To Mono: Nick Curly, tomorrow, Sub Club, 11pm – 3am, £12
I MUST be one of the few people who can say they have fallen asleep during a Hot Chip gig.
It's not that they were boring – on the contrary, they were amazing, and had been supported by LCD Soundsystem on their last European tour (I managed to stay awake for Murphy, Whang and Co) – but I'm a sleepy drunk, and I had imbibed roughly half of all Manchester's red wine that night.
I will certainly make more of an effort not to slumber at the inaugural outing of Processed Beats, which features a DJ set from Felix Martin of my nap-inducers.
There's also a host of live bands, including the New Order-esque Nevada Base, winners of "Best Electronic Act" at last month's Scottish Alternative Music Awards Fridge Magnets, and a DJ set from Edinburgh dubstep outfit DARC.
lProcessed Beats, tomorrow, Chambre 69, 8pm – 3am, £8