The Best Dancefloor Action
Amnezia The king of hardcore, Lenny Dee (Industrial Strength, pictured), is on the decks to make your ears bleed and your brain spasm. The hardest, nastiest beats known to man or beast. Grrrr. Studio 24, Edinburgh, Fri 13 Apr.
Seismic Five years young and with a new home to unleash their own brand of jackin’ techno and electronic beats. Dutchman Bas Bron (AKA Seymour Bits) headlines. Blackfriars, Glasgow, Fri 13 Apr.
Drunk at the Pulpit A new addition to the city, preaching only good things through the power of folk, country and indie-rock. Amen. RAFA, Glasgow, Fri 13 Apr.
Pretty Ugly The Underskirts keep you dancing all night long with a punky, no wave soundtrack. With Rotating Leslie and The Mode live. Admiral Bar, Glasgow, Sat 14 Apr.
Stereotype presents Motel I know we bang on about them, but they’re fantastic. The Glimmers play any damn thing they want and all comes out sounding great. The Liquid Room, Edinburgh, Sat 14 Apr.
Volume! The folk behind Obscene take a sideways step to bring you this new night of grime, dubstep, hip hop, Bailie funk and Bmore gutter music. Ego, Edinburgh, Sat 14 Apr.
Disco Fantastico An Amnesty International fundraising event with the likes of Deportivo Street Team (Five20East), Full Phat and Sisa (live). The Soundhaus, Glasgow, Fri 20 Apr.
Split Scratch Pervert DJ Plus One brings his considerable mixing skills to this weekday party jam. Cabaret Voltaire, Edinburgh, Tue 24 Apr.