The Jamaica Street basement's quarter century was never going to be a low-key affair, but it's more than a month after they kicked off – outdoing even Her Majesty in the prolonged partying stakes.
This time we're being treated to the delights thrown up by a cosy night in with Martyn. DJ, producer and label boss of the renowned 3024 imprint, Martyn's bass-worshipping influence is far-reaching.
His style – known to his admirers as Martyn Music – is difficult to pigeonhole: a writhing, constantly shifting blend taking in elements of dubstep and Detroit techno.
Support comes from Subbie staples Mia Dora and HaHaHa. Both are rightly regarded as exciting exponents of contemporary house.
This is a warm up for duo Mia Dora's upcoming tour of Europe and beyond, where they will debut a live show, while HaHaHa opens with his hot and heavy house that has ignited the dance blogs of late.
l Sub Club 25 with Martyn, tomorrow, Sub Club, 11pm – 3am, £8
FOR more than three years, Bigfoot's Tea Party has been bringing us parties in locations ranging from launderettes to fish factories.
This time two of their 10-strong team of DJs, promoters, designers, filmmakers and writers will be unleashing their techno and house in a conventional setting.
The basement at Saint Judes is emerging as cool and credible for house and techno nights – no doubt thanks to the bombastic soundsystem recently installed.
Minimal and tech house will be the order of the night, with Wrick and Dave just back from a RockNess appearance.
l We Prsnt with Wrick and Dave Scott, tomorrow, Saint Judes, 11pm – 3am, £5
FALLOW weeks for clubbing just don't seem to exist in Glasgow.
This weekend throws up no festivals or enormo-gigs, no world-beating Ibizan stars or less-than-secret parties in obscure locations.
What it does have though, is three tantalising nights at North Street's Berkeley Suite.
It could probably lay claim to being the city's hippest venue right now – a perfect combination of rich, decadent surroundings and a soundtrack consistently featuring some of the world's hottest underground artists.
Tomorrow night sees Gerry Rooney take over the Suite's booth.
Famed for his almost outrageous eclecticism, Rooney tends to DJ only in clubs with celebrated soundsystems, or those who "just get it". Saturday has Black Van, a promising Hamburg duo signed to the world's coolest record label, DFA.
Comprising two already prominent producers, Kris Menace and Kowesix, their single Yearning was a powerful, swaggering smash back in 2010 – expect this plus new material that can only be anything but boring.
The weekend is rounded off by the unpredictable prospect of a James Ferraro DJ set on Sunday.
An artist who mixes glitchy, ambient noise with warped, trippy samples of songs and speech, this is a gig that could hypnotise, terrify and make you dance in equal measure.
Definitely not for the fey or faint of heart.
l Gerry Rooney, tomorrow, The Berkeley Suite, 11pm – 3am, £5
l Black Van, Saturday, The Berkeley Suite, 11pm – 3am, £6
l James Ferraro, Sunday, The Berkeley Suite, 8pm – late, £7