Eclair Fifi

The Edinburgh DJ Clair Stirling, better known as Eclair Fifi, is a true polymath: a DJ, radio host, artist and illustrator, she’s also one of the founders of LuckyMe – the Scottish record label and design studio revered around the world for its distinctively innovative releases and standout visuals.

After a storming 2017 that saw her gracing festival stages in Amsterdam, Berlin, London and Shanghai, Stirling is going back to her roots for her first UK show of 2018. This year she’ll be taking charge of four Rapid parties at the Queen Street basement sweatbox La Cheetah – the first is tomorrow night, and it has Stirling playing all night long. Expect some live electronic noodling, some proper tangents from the depths of this selector’s deep record bag, and perhaps some other members of the LuckyMe family joining her in the booth.

Eclair Fifi, tomorrow, La Cheetah, 11pm – 3am, £8

Reggae Burns Night

Celebrating the country’s favourite bard lad has never been as much fun as it is when the Reggae Burns team is involved. Their tenth annual bash is tonight at Shawlands favourite the Rum Shack, providing a modern take on the fusty pomp and ceremony of the traditional Supper. There will be deep roots reggae cuts from DJ Hectorrr, local legend Loki and Jim Monaghan provide the poetry, and from the kitchen comes a three-course supper featuring Scots classics given an updated Caribbean bent. Which is pretty much the nature of the night, isn’t it?

Reggae Burns Night, tonight, The Rum Shack, 7.30pm – 12am, £25

Celtic Connections Festival Club

A quarter-century on from its debut, Celtic Connections is still a welcome respite from the winter doldrums. This year’s festival places a renewed focus on homegrown artists, so its series of late-night Art School hootenannies might have a more whisky-soaked flavour than before – hosted by longtime festival celebrity Kevin Macleod, the organisers of these afterparties keep their hastily-compiled lineups close to their chests, meaning you could well catch a solo set or jam session from a proper legend.

Celtic Connections Festival Club, tonight – Sunday, 10.30pm – 3am, £10

A Love from Outer Space

After hopping between venues such as SWG3 and the Flying Duck for the past while, Andrew Weatherall’s iconic A Love From Outer Space party returns to its Glaswegian home, the Berkeley Suite, on Saturday. Offering an alternative to turbo-fired raving, and promising “never knowingly to exceed 122bpm,” acid house icon Weatherall and his partner Sean Johnston spin an eclectic, cosmic mix of techno, house, electro and disco, with a free warm-up session, Music’s Not For Everyone, kicking off at 8pm.

A Love from Outer Space, Saturday, The Berkeley Suite, 11pm – 3am, £9

Music is the Answer

If we can all agree on two things, it’s that mental health is one of the most important issues of our time, and the ‘90s was a golden era for house music. With those facts in mind, tonight let’s all pile down to Finnieston’s cosy Poetry Club, where the resident DJs for Ayr’s TEN club, Ewan McVicar and Cairns Azbraitis, are teaming up with local producer Findlay Steven for a low-key session in aid of the Glasgow Mental Health Association.

Music is the Answer, tonight, The Poetry Club, 10pm – 2am, £6

30 Years of Kylie

Celebrating 30 years since the release of I Should Be So Lucky, the team behind the ABC’s monthly We Love Pop party are digging out their gold lamé hotpants and dusting off their thigh-high boots in preparation for a night of worshipping at the altar of Kylie Minogue. “The Spirit in the Dark DJs and Pretty Ugly will have you Spinning Around… This is for all you Other Boys and Red Blooded Women looking for Love at First Sight on the dancefloor,” says the puntastic promo material. Personally, I’m Counting the Days: get down there tomorrow night and Enjoy Yourself.

30 Years of Kylie, tomorrow, O2 ABC2, 11pm – 3am, £5