Electric Frog returns on Saturday with the first in a monthly series of warehouse parties. Think of it as a techno-tinged take on the old "You wait ages for a bus-" joke.
This weekend Stockholm producer Adam Beyer brings his hard, percussive techno to SWG3's revamped warehouse.
He's joined by Birmingham's Surgeon, the innovative minimalist pioneer who also makes up half of dark duo British Murder Boys.
Local legends Slam and Animal Farm complete the line-up, and it'll be one of the first parties to take in the new Elephant's Head Poetry Club, the new second room designed by revered Glaswegian artist Jim Lambie.
l Electric Frog Warehouse Party, Saturday, SWG3, 8pm – 2am, £15
A FREE festival featuring a gaggle of the country's finest new bands, with a couple of legends thrown in for good measure.
I'm still looking for the catch – and it would appear there really isn't one. The Grosvenor Café, The Lane and Nude are the settings and the acts are too numerous to mention, but they include Friendly Fires' Jack, Optimo, Subrosa, Killer Kitsch, Animal Farm, Hushpuppy, I Am Blip and PMCQ.
Less beat-heavy highlights include fantastic fuzz merchants Imaginary Witch (at Radio/Nude on Sunday), literary-minded Paisley troubadour Johnny McAuley, and superb MC/drummer duo Hector Bizerk.
l Ashton Weekender, Friday – Sunday, Ashton Lane, 2pm – late, free
FAR from being quiet, studious affairs, the Bookclub's BYOB nights are making their way into infamy.
At the last one, Optimo tore the roof off the beautiful Vinicombe Street ex-cinema as hundreds of carry-out laden hipsters danced long into the night.
This time round the tunes will be provided by Glasgow City Social Club, who have been peddling their "slick & sexy house" round the city's clubs since this Spring.
Capacity is strictly limited, and going by its reputation A LOT of Westenders are going to nuts for this one – you and your bottle better get down pretty early or prepare to be left outside.
l BYOB, Tuesday, Hillhead Bookclub, 7pm – 12am, £tbc
GLASGOW'S own Jackmaster headlines a bass-heavy night which – no exaggeration –features the UK's biggest dubstep and garage DJs on one packed bill.
London's Scuba joins him, bringing his hellraising selection of meaty, ravey cuts.
Skream, the man both worshipped and reviled for taking dubstep from the underground to the mainstream with his 2005 release Midnight Request Line, and Oneman complete the lineup, which – to put it in context – is like the dubstep equivalent of The Beatles touring with The Stones, The Kinks and The Who.
Or something like that, anyway.
l Skreamizm Tour feat. Jackmaster, Scuba, Skream, Saturday, The Arches, 10pm – 3am, £15