Founded in 2006, The Unity Centre has been providing practical support for asylum seekers and other migrants in Scotland for almost ten years. Helping with everything from food to shelter, it really is an invaluable asset for people living and arriving in Glasgow. This Friday, The Art School will host a Unity Centre fundraiser featuring friends, guests and some incendiary DJ talent. From LuckyMe’s Éclair Fifi (who recently hosted her own party at ADE) to Optimo's JD Twitch and All Caps’ Bake, expect an on-point and eclectic soundtrack to satisfy your clubbing conscience. The line-up is bolstered by Cooly G, whose ever-evolving take on bass music and house has made her one of the UK’s most exciting producers. (£7 OTD/The Art School/Friday)

FLY W/ Detroit Swindle All Night Long

If you’re a committed member of the ‘Sunday Club’, then FLY have got you covered this autumn. Returning for season 2 at the Subby, they’ve already hosted sell out parties with the likes of Roy Davis Jnr and Dimitri From Paris since launching a few weeks ago. This Sunday they’re going Dutch as they invite Detroit Swindle to make their Sub Club debut and take control all night long. Appearing on coveted labels such as Dirt Crew, Freerange and Tsuba, the duo make deep, shuffling house music which swaggers effortlessly onto the dancefloor. With their debut album, last year’s ‘Boxed Out’, rolling through down-tempo groovers, jacked-up party jams and soulful vocal cuts, Detroit Swindle do house music – proper house music – well. (£10 Advance/Sub Club/Sunday)


After a twelve month hiatus, Nightrave returns to La Cheetah this Saturday for a much needed injection of bass, grime, ghetto and juke. As Nightwave’s flagship party, she’s handpicked two of her favourite DJs to join her, with local talent, Inkke, featuring alongside “the first lady of Hyperdub”, Ikonika. Much like her host, Ikonika has explored a myriad of sounds, styles and tempos since her first release back in 2008, dropping heavyweight cuts on Planet Mu, Warp and Night Slugs. Inkke, meanwhile, represents a new wave of grime producers pushing the sound boldly into the future. With his next EP reportedly coming on LuckyMe and a recent appearance in Mixmag, he’s unlikely to stay local for long. (£5/7OTD/La Cheetah/Saturday)


As one of the biggest labels in house, Hot Creations has become a global enterprise for its co-founders Jamie Jones and Lee Foss. With a reputation for unearthing quality talent and squeezing the very best from it, the label has acted as a springboard for the likes of Patrick Topping, Richy Ahmed and Danny Daze, as well as attracting seasoned pros like Steve Lawler. Descending on Glasgow this Friday, you can catch the likes of Jones, Topping, Waff and Matador deliver weighty house and driving basslines, with SWG3 providing the perfect warehouse environment to really turn up the heat. (£25 Advance/SWG3/Friday)