is a civil partnership made in heaven. The former is The Arches' monthly dirty electro party, the latter Glasgow's yearly celebration of gay culture.
As befits the occasion, the bill is huge.
Peaches is one of the pioneers of the now-massive filthy electro movement: her lewd lyrics (we can barely print any of her song titles) and suggestive stage show have made her world famous.
She's currently working on taking "the Rocky Horror Picture Show to the next generation"– a 40-person production, on tour, meaning this is one of the few chances you'll have to catch her as a DJ all year.
Justus Köhncke is a German minimal techno producer who appeared on some of the 90s' biggest underground club hits, including From Disco to Disco as part of Whirlpool Productions.
His sets borrow from minimal techno, disco and driving krautrock – three elements guaranteed to drive the ultra-keen Death Disco crowd wild.
Also appearing will be Optimo's JG Wilkes, Plaid and the usual crowd of DD residents.
n Death Disco, Saturday, The Arches, 11pm - 3am, £14.
Star line-up for sail
THOUGH it's now a much anticipated end of summer staple, the sense of occasion surrounding the Waverley Boat Party seems diluted this year. A glut of similar events over the summer have made a trip "doon the watter" to a soundtrack of cutting edge dance less of a one-off.
It's worth pointing out, then, that this particular electro excursion features three of Glasgow's longest running club nights joining forces for an enviable line-up.
The Melting Pot, Subculture and Optimo DJs will man the decks, their collective years of experience ensuring a frenzied session of deep, rhythmic house. The after-party is at Chambre 69.
n Waverley Boat Party featuring Optimo, Subculture and Melting Pot, tomorrow, from Glasgow Science Centre, 7.30pm – 11pm, £25. Afterparty at Chambre 69, 11pm –3am, £5.
Get in a flap
IF Death Disco represents the pulsating, neon electro sound of the future, consider this the antidote: a night dedicated to live jazz, swing, cabaret and burlesque.
Following a successful opening in April, The Gatsby Club will return tomorrow night bigger and more lavish than anywhere else.
Expect 1920s style swing and jazz bands, cocktails, titillating stage acts and plenty of opportunities to do The Charleston.
Oh, and remember to wear your sharpest suit if you want to stand any chance of chatting up a flapper.
n The Gatsby Club, Tomorrow, Glasgow University Union Debates Chamber, 8pm – 2am, £12 (£10 for students).