Guesting on the turntables is Carl Barat –co-frontman of The Libertines and one of indie's most famous faces.
His post-Libertines partner in song Didz Hammond will also be present, as will two of Glasgow's cult indie stars in Scott Paterson and Adele Bethel from raucous gloom-merchants Sons and Daughters (see interview on page 28).
Last month's salacious Red Light Night featured star turns from Frank McAvennie and the wonderful Aidan Moffat, and – at the risk of name-dropping– drew in Paolo Nutini and members of Errors and the Twilight Sad, so it's fair to say that for indie royalty shoulder-rubbing there is no better Hallowe'en party than this.
l Pin-up Frights, Flying Duck, tomorrow, 8pm - 3am, £8/£6 in advance.
EVEN when Optimo (Espacio) was a weekly occurrence, its Hallowe'en incarnation Optimo (Espookio) was one of the most eagerly-anticipated nights of the year.
Now that the seminal club is harder to come by (although Twitch and Wilkes gigs remain frequent) it is not hard to imagine the kerfuffle that is sure to erupt when the feted duo return to their spiritual home beneath Jamaica Street.
Be forewarned that the common or garden shop-bought Hallowe'en costume will not suffice here – these punters are wildly competitive in the outfit stakes.
Only the most deranged, terrifying and inventive will pass muster, let alone be in with a chance of winning the coveted Optimo Cup.
l Optimo (Espookio), Sub Club, Sunday, 11pm - 3am, £8/£9 after 12am.
BEEF returns this Hallowe'en weekend to freak us out not visually, but through the medium of electronic noise.
They're bringing Finnish chiptune maniac Huoratron, below, to the confines of Chambre 69 for a night of raw and glitchy electro-house.
Famed for making music on Game Boys as opposed to, you know, instruments, Huoratron gigs are aural assaults characterised by the ear-splitting distorted squeals of suffering digital circuits.
It's going to be, ahem, interesting to say the least and you might find me there out of sheer curiosity: I've always wondered what a dying Game Boy sounds like.
l Beef presents Huoratron, Chambre 69, tomorrow, 10.30pm - 3am, £10.