Hitlist - The best dancefloor action

• Club Olum Glasgow’s finest techno band Dirty Hospital cause mayhem this week. Bar Bloc, Glasgow, Thu 16 Aug.

• Death Disco This month the deathly disco welcomes the trash-tastic Kissy Sell Out. Dance smash ‘Her’ caused grown DJs to fight like cat and dog in order to get their hands on the vinyl version last year. The Arches, Glasgow, Sat 18 Aug.

• Dig This All Tore Up’s Neil goes solo at this new venue with his usual mix of classic rock’n’roll, vintage voola and everything else you can shake your shimmy to. All killer, no filler. The Flying Duck, Glasgow, Sat 18 Aug.

• Diversion Tim Deluxe can now easily claim the title of International Superstar DJ. He’s just back from Japan and Ibiza and now he’s ready to take on Glasgow. The Classic Grand, Glasgow, Sat 18 Aug.

• Homegrown These guys deserve a mention for throwing a great Saturday party every week. Whatever you are in the mood for, you can’t go far wrong. R&B, hip hop, soul, rock and pop all under one roof. Bamboo, Glasgow, Sat 18 Aug.

• Monox Glasgow’s Darkest Day Part 3 features the fabulous French man that is Millimetric (pictured) spewing his dirty rock techno all over the Soundhaus. The Soundhaus, Glasgow, Sat 18 Aug.

• Subculture Again, we have to draw attention to the steller guest at Harri and Domenic’s party this week: Berlin’s Steve Bug, king of minimal and tech-house is on hand. Unmissable. Sub Club, Glasgow, Sat 18 Aug.


This is the Soundhaus' longest running hard eclectic techno night. Why? Because it's one of the best in the city. This month to celebrate Glasgow's Darkest Day Part 3 they enlist the talents of Adam X, Millimetric, The Wasp, John Hack and Mr Dan Monox himself.


Big Al, Dominic Martin and Robin B play R&B, indie, rock and soul.

Club Olum

Back at Bloc for another summer residency Dirty Marc is joined by Dirty Hospital (16 Aug). Yippee!

Dig This

All Tore Up's resident Neil brings you the finest vintage voola, all killer no filler, dirty rock & roll.

Death Disco

Explosive electro-house excitement from The Crookers, In Flagranti (live), Nadia Ksabia, DJ Mingo-go, Hush Puppy, Johnny Whoop and The Microsluts.


Dirty South join Elliot Castro and Dirty Basement.


Glasgow's well-established house institution continues to reign supreme, with residents Harri and Domenic and occasional big-name guests.

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