Fans of club chanteuse Uffie will finally get a chance to see her in action tonight at Belfast's Spring & Airbrake after her previous appearance last April was cancelled at the last minute, due to airport immigration problems.
Assuming all the paperwork's in order, Uffie, a stunning fashionista who lives in Paris, will be making her live Irish debut at long last, alongside her partner and producer DJ Feadz.
Born Anna-Catherine Hartley in Miami, the family moved to Hong Kong when she was four because of her father's work, then to Fort Lauderdale and back to Miami, but aged 15 she relocated to Paris with her father and has lived there ever since.
It was a meeting with the aforementioned Feadz, whom she had booked to play at her party, which led to the pair working on some unusual musical projects together, including an electropop-rap collaboration with Gallic electro wizard, Mr Oizo.
Her first single, entitled Pop The Glock, scored over two million plays on Myspace prior to its official release on Ed Banger Records and Uffie went on to enjoy international fame and fortune with sell-out performances across Europe and the United States.
Uffie has also collaborated with French electrohouse duo and Ed Banger labelmates Justice for their 2007 debut album, Cross, on a song entitled The Party and Uffie's much-anticipated debut album is due for release in the very near future.
In addition to Feadz, Radio K's DJ team will be manning the decks at the Ormeau Avenue venue and Bangor's Clone Quartet will be turning in a live performance. Doors open at 9pm and admission is £8.
If you just can't get enough, Feadz will be high-tailing round to Stiff Kitten after the show, where he'll be spinning a few more tunes alongside the Friday night regulars Joe Dougan and Jim Harte.
- Next door at The Limelight, weekly indie/rock/electro club Trashed, in association with Moving On Music, returns on Wednesday with another guest DJ, following hot on the heels of last week's appearance behind the decks by Babyshambles drummer Adam Ficek.
This week, it's the turn of the Canadian electronic musician Dan Snaith, formerly known as Manitoba, before he became Caribou - confusing, maybe, but safe to say he'll be spinning a few crackers after he plays a live set alongside local trio, Cashier No.9.
- Up in Portrush tomorrow night, two big stars of the world's trance scene will be putting in a guest appearance at Lush! at Kelly's Complex.
Adam Sheridan and Greg Downey are members of the ever-popular Goodgreef stable, the long-running club brand best known for its regular club nights and tours across the UK and Europe.
Sheridan has been with Goodgreef since its launch over seven years ago, but he's constantly evolving by incorporating Ableton into his sets which enables off the fly remixes and edits, making every one of his performances a unique experience for clubbers.
London-based Greg Downey is originally from Belfast and has recently signed to PFA Records alongside Eddie Halliwell and, in addition to his production career, he regularly plays at The Gallery, Slinky, Inside Out, Passion and The Coach in Banbridge.
In the last year, Greg has broken on to the international scene with gigs in China, Canada, Germany and Poland, as well as making his first appearance for Radio 1 on Eddie Halliwell's Residency Show.
- Monthly off-beat electronic club night Wriggle returns to Lavery's Attic tonight with a live performance from Barry's Electric Workshop plus support. Doors open at 9.30pm and admission is £5.