OOFT! aka Glasgow-based producer Ali Herron releases his first full length album next week.

Out on his own Foto Recordings, Intricacies Of Modern Life is the culmination of a few years of work for the DJ and is described as a "breathless leap over 13 tracks of elegantly formed dance productions, heavily infused with a classic sense of the house sound refracted through the ears of a modern Glasgow electronic artist."

His album launch show this Saturday at the city's Berkeley Suite, where he's been a trusted resident over the last few years, will see him play all night long in a set where he will preview some of the tracks from the album, along with a selection of his previous productions.

Next Friday he plays Local Time at Aberdeen's Tunnels, with support by Sam Joss from Nothing More to Say.

Herron says: “Looking back it's been a bit of a long road since first cutting up some Chris Rea records in Sony Soundforge back in 2004, getting a copy of Ableton Live 4 the following year, then learning to actually make music.”

Feb 17, Berkeley Suite, Glasgow, 11am to 3pm, £5 and £7 on the door.

Feb 23, Tunnels, Aberdeen, 11pm to 3am, £6 and £9. Tickets: bit.ly/OoftTunnels

Intricacies Of Modern Life is released on February 19 via Foto Recordings www.facebook.com/ooftmusic soundcloud.com/aliooft