After bringing international names Perc and Juan Pablo Pfriter to the Queen Street club, leading underground night Code has secured a Scottish debut set from Lucy – the Italian-born DJ and producer who's currently making a name for himself as a purveyor of intense, no-nonsense techno.
His ability to keep dancefloors guessing has seen him slaying clubs like Berlin's infamous Berghain, London's Fabric and The National Underground in New York.
He's also the man behind Stroboscopic Artefacts, the label that has released prominent cuts from the aforementioned Perc and is internationally renowned as one of the leading platforms for electronic music.
On top of this he's a published author – is there no end to the man's talents? Find out on Saturday when he brings his deep, gritty Berlin-style sounds down Queen Street way.
l Code, La Cheetah Club, Saturday, 11pm-3am, £10
The result is epic, indulgent noise that is wonderful in its size and simplicity. They were hand-picked by Thom Yorke to support Radiohead in New York last year, and played Fabric with Four Tet in September.
This rather more intimate gig should see them blow the roof off the Art School – recently moved from its historic Vic Bar building to the space left by Capitol on Sauchiehall Street.
Support comes in the shape of dreamy electronica from Southampton's Gang Colours and brilliantly-bearded techno guy PMcQ of Muck.
l Rocketnumbernine, The Art School, tonight, 8pm-12am, free for GSA students, £5 otherwise
Bad News' inaugural night doesn't actually spell bad news for anyone: it's a celebration of Jamaican sound systems and a worthy addition to Glasgow's bursting clubs calendar.
These collectives of DJs, audio engineers and MCs are pretty much responsible for the creation of ska and reggae, along with the British new wave the genres spawned. Ready to destroy your eardrums on the night will be a host of Glaswegian dub DJs, including Zed Bias (below), Loefah and Pinch of Swamp 81, Girl Unit of Night Slugs, and Shaun and Sam from Vitamins. Alongside the heavy helping of reggae and ska expect hip-hop, dubstep, drum and bass, and the biggest set of speakers you've seen in a long time.
l Bad News, The Arches, tomorrow, 11pm-3am, £10