The best dancefloor action
Pete Rock and Marley Marl Late change to the bill as DJ Premier drops out of Triptych with Pete Rock stepping in to fill the void. Renfrew Ferry, Glasgow, Thu 26 Apr; Bongo Club, Edinburgh, Fri 27 Apr.
Fever The Taste offshoot proves it’s just as good as its older brother as they reach their third birthday. Ego, Edinburgh, Sat 28 Apr.
Chakra The spiritual club is back. Think tribal house meets funky house meets old skool meets new dance music. They got it all. The Soundhaus, Glasgow Sat 28 Apr.
Substance Steve Glencross, of the legendary Sativae, tears your mind asunder with the best in techno. Henry’s Cellar Bar, Edinburgh, Sat 28 Apr.
Optimo The Contortions, The Blacks, The Jerks . . . he leads them all with his trusty sax. Mr James Chance is the Triptych guest at Optimo. Sub Club, Glasgow, Sun 29 Apr.
Bass Invaders Swiss techno masters Steady P and Fugo unleash their full on live show. Bass all the way. Blackfriars, Glasgow, Fri 4 May.
Numbers One half of Funkstörung, Chris de Luca (pictured), goes head to head with Berlin’s Phon O. Basura Blanca, Glasgow, Fri 4 May.
Progression If it’s huge house events you crave they don’t get much bigger than this one with Pete Tong, Axwell, Sebastian Leger and Micky Slim. Ocean Terminal, Leith, Edinburgh, Fri 4 May.
Ultragroove The gorgeous queen of Chicago house, Miss Honey Dijon, returns to prove why she’s got the platters that matter. Cabaret Voltaire, Edinburgh, Sat 5 May.