The club opened just a few months ago, but a consistently credible series of DJs and an eclectic music policy has helped capture the hearts of Glasgow's more discerning clubbers.
There is another huge weekend coming up.
Tomorrow night, online clubbing journal EQTV takes the leap from cyberspace into the physical world with its first curated party.
Berlin-based Scuba is the headliner. The Londoner runs the wildly successful Sub:Stance night at Berlin's Berghain, where you can pop in Friday night and stay all weekend. Expect some of the Teutonic, all-night energy to trickle down into his set.
On Saturday night it's No Sleep, a progressive house and techno affair that welcomes Bavarian Daniel Bortz as special guest. His style is lo-fi production and woozy synths.
l EQTV, Chambre 69, Tomorrow, 11pm-3am, £10.
l No Sleep, Chambre 69, Saturday, 11pm-3am, £5 before midnight.
SWG3's sprawling studio warehouse is a foreboding place for the uninitiated: it is reached by a substantial walk down a long, wide, off- the-beaten-track road.
At the end is an imposing brick warehouse that is the unlikely forerunner for the city's hippest venue: a Berlin-style Art Haus that also hosts cooler-than-thou electro and house parties.
This one sees the return of Naive after a summer hiatus. The wait has been worth it: its trio of guest DJs is more than impressive.
Brodinski is a versatile DJ and producer who recently recorded the sixtieth Fabriclive mix while Gesaffelstein is a French electro stylist who makes dark, futuristic techno crossovers.
And Riton has appeared at Death Disco so many times he could be a resident. Support comes from Glasgow's Peace, the Illest, who will start proceedings.
l Naive, SWG3, Tomorrow, 11pm–late, £5 in advance.
Cathouse's birthday fun
IF you are from Glasgow and belong to my generation, your first clubbing experience is more than likely to be one of two things: Trash or The Cathouse.
For so many, standing in the queue outside Central Station on a Saturday afternoon hiding a bottle of cheap cider was a ritual, although it was one I never took part in.
If you have never experienced it, give it a go tomorrow night, when it also hosts the official Def Leppard/Motley Crue aftershow.
It is inexpensive, unpretentious and whether or not the characters who lurk in its darkest corners are your type, they are worth the entry price alone.
l The Cathouse 21st Birthday, tomorrow, 11pm–3am.