A list of reasons to attend the week-long club extravaganza
Welcome to Edinburgh, say Cab Vol, as they introduce nine big student specials in a row. Allow us to take you through who’s appearing, starting with Young Turks-signed London producer Aaron Jerome, aka SBTRKT, playing at Sugarbeat.
Gasoline Dance Machine is a new Saturday night party from Cheap Picasso, Kris Wasabi and Nick Sick Note. This debut date will celebrate with a live set from London electro-pop duo C90s.
Young Perth techno duo Clouds will put on a noisy as hell show at Glasgow club Killer Kitsch’s Sunday night residency in the east.
Bang and Olufsen
Probably the biggest Monday night Scotland’s likely to see all year, as Monday trade night Trade Union welcomes Bang & Olufsen, aka Alexis Hot Chip and Grosvenor.
Tuesday night is drum & bass night, and Split welcomes here producer Utah Jazz, alumnus of Hospital Records and V Recordings amongst others.
Bristol bass producer and one half of The Beekeepers Parker interrupts the week with a set at major midweeker Slap Bang.
Quite possibly Edinburgh’s new band of the year, Discopolis draw equally from confirmed influences M83 and Daft Punk. They’ll be playing live at indie night Sick Note.
Sick Note’s back for a Saturday edition, featuring Manchester house producer XXXY ending this alternative student’s party in style. All these clubs are weekly, fortnightly or monthly, though, so start all over again the very next day if you’re up to it.
The Cab Vol staff step to the fore and wrestle control of the decks, but then, seeing as their staff DJ at nights such as Xplicit, Coalition, This is Music, JungleDub and more, you're still in safe hands.
Triple-roomed subterranean venue set into the caverns of the Old Town with a musical programme that covers all aspects of underground music seven nights a week and tasty bites from Harajuku Kitchen, who take over the kitchen at weekends. Expect big name…