As unbelievable as that sounds, he makes his debut tomorrow and it's taken since 1994 to get here.
Sure, he's destroyed Death Disco and entertained Electric Frog, but it just seems right that tomorrow he takes his place among the icons who have played on the Jamaica Street basement.
As part of this Phantasy Sound night he's joined by techno DJ Daniel Avery.
Alkan's mission statement has always been "Keep Kids Dancing". Tomorrow will be no different.
n Phantasy Sound with Erol Alkan and Daniel Avery, Sub Club, tomorrow, 11pm-3am, £14
GIVEN its relative youth on the scene, Guilty Pleasures of Mother Goose is punching above its weight in terms of putting on fresh, exciting parties in obscure locations.
June's Forest Party at "Fort Goose" was a roaring (or perhaps honking?) success – a decadent all-night affair that featured Sunday Circus' Affi Koman.
For Saturday, Maw Goose has appropriated a new and unique space that could rival the post-industrial clout of Berlin's Berghain and Tresor venues.
The Old Whisky Bond sits in the shadow of the Kingston Bridge and will be the venue for brilliant Brazilians Click Box's first gig north of the border.
Their dynamic techno should go down perfectly with the Mother Goose crowd, who are encouraged to don their finest fezzes, fascinators and fedoras as this event carries a "hats and headdresses" theme.
And to cap it all off, there's an afterparty at St Judes on Bath Street from 11pm until the early hours.
n Guilty Pleasures of Mother Goose Present: Click Box (live), The Old Whisky Bond, 30 Washington Street, Saturday, 3pm-10pm, £10
Glasgow bids farewell to the summer as Drummonds Bar: hosts an almighty "Old Skool" party.
Catering to the Bonkers and Archaos crowd, nostalgia is the theme here and as such the canny promoters have drafted in seminal DJ Nicky Modlin. Also appearing are a motley crew of rising DJs and MCs
n Hysteria End of Summer Bash, Drummonds Bar, 4a West Regent Street, Saturday, 9pm-3am, £10