While there are no shortage of Tuesday night thrills around here, there are none so consistently enjoyable as the long-running KK.
November sees three weeks of residents-only austerity in preparation for a big one come the end of the month.
Chicago-based duo Flosstradamus are in the city on the 27th, bringing their ultra-modern trap – a fusion of crunk, dubstep and hip-hop that originated in the Southern US – with them.
Electrikal's huge sound system completes the night, ensuring nobody near the front is likely to escape without sub-bass rattling their insides for a month.
It's another coup for Killer Kitsch, which recently snared Hushpuppy as a resident.
Formerly of Death Disco and the sadly defunct RPZ, he is no stranger to making Glaswegian crowds move.
Last week, with Hallowe'en falling on a Wednesday, we were spoiled beyond imagination with a double helping of Kitsch – the usual Tuesday night instalment being supplemented by the Hallowe'en night bash.
Of course, this also meant we were surrounded by makeshift vampires, skeletons, zombies.
Upstairs, resident Euan Neilson spun an eclectic mix of modern dance remixes and cutting edge electro, while downstairs in the Buff Club bar (currently being spruced up) Sean Chan was on hand with house, R&B and hip-hop.
On standard Tuesdays this is swapped out for vintage rock 'n' roll, soul and funk – a frighteningly good combo that, along with the super-affordable drinks offers, can't really be beaten.