Clubs hitlist

Clubs hitlist

Wrong Island

JakN & Cause It
The techno night is back with a bang as they host three rooms of beats, drum & bass, hip hop and dubstep and all for a good cause (St Columba’s Hospice). Highlights include a live set from a reformed Acid 69.
The GRV, Edinburgh, Fri 11 Sep.

Kapital
Nathan Fake marks the release of his new long player, Hard Islands (Border Community), with a live set of minimal techno and electro.
The Caves, Edinburgh, Fri 11 Sep.

Ballers Social Second Birthday Party
LuckyMe’s clubbing wing celebrates two years of parties with two days of action from (deep breath) Jamie Vex’d, Darkstar, Rustie, The Blessings, Fulgeance, Fox Gutt Daata and Dema.
Stereo, Glasgow, Fri 11 Sep; Ivy, Glasgow, Sat 12 Sep.

Wrong Island
For two years, Teamy and Dirty Larry have torn up a dark basement on Sauchiehall Street with a collision of electronics and rock’n’roll. The plan won’t change at this birthday party.
Nice’n’Sleazy, Glasgow, Sat 12 Sep.

Death Disco
The Arches’ most relentlessly close-to-the-edge dance night this month features guests Joe and Will Ask?, Mix Hell, Designer Drugs, Optimo’s Wilkes and Edinburgh’s Hostage.
Arches, Glasgow, Sat 19 Sep.

Fortified
Glasgow’s premier dubstep night returns from summer break, with a freshers special featuring guests TRG and Jack Sparrow.
Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, Sat 19 Sep.

Wire
Rapidly making a name for itself on the Edinburgh scene as Edinburgh’s Broken Records put in a DJ set of twisted folk and electronica.
Electric Circus, Edinburgh, Sat 19 Sep.

Killer Kitsch
Take a break from the weekend with KK, featuring renowned remixer and producer Kris Menace.
Buff Club, Glasgow, Tue 22 Sep.

Death Disco

Electro, house, disco and gauche party tracks at the Arches' most lurid monthly party, with residents Hush Puppy, Josh Jones and Wavy Graves.

Killer Kitsch

Euan Neilson, Dave Sinclair and Hushpuppy (RPZ, Death Disco) present the city's best Tuesday-nighter with a mix of house, tchno, disco, boogie, soul and Motown.

Fortified

Glasgow's biggest dubstep and dancehall party returns, with residents Electric Eliminators. Fri 10 Jun: Now based at Stereo, Fortified this month welcomes Africa Hitech (Mark Pritchard and Steve Spacek) for a show in support of their techno, soul and dancehall debut album 93 Million Miles on Warp.

JakN

Techno past, present and future.

Kapital

A good helping of stripped-down techno.

Wrong Island

Electro, techno and all kinds of mash-ups from the Wrong Island DJs.

Killer Kitsch

Killer Kitsch returns to Edinburgh as Euan Neilson and David Sinclair import their mix of dance, electro, 80s synth pop, new wave and punk to the Cab.

Wire

Discotronic pop, art punk and electronica party from Craig Jamieson (Modern Lovers). Christmas party featuring Errors (DJ set).

Sick Note vs Killer Kitsch

Get ready for a dancefloor rumble as these two clubs go head-to-head for a night of indie dance and noise pop.

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