A LOCAL DJ got into a spin after he landed a top spot on the bill next to some of the biggest names in international music.

Bruce Glenny's career on the decks started when he was just 16 and since then he has worked his way up through the club scene both locally and in Glasgow.

After making the bill for TRNSMT festival over the summer, the sound engineering student at Glasgow Caledonian University opened the SWG3 Galvanizers stage for internationally-renowned DJs 'Solardo' on Saturday night.

Bruce says the booking was a 'dream come true' - and he is now making preparations for his own headline event in Greenock next month.

The 21-year-old told the Tele: "I really don't know how to describe the last few months - it's been crazy, cool and stressful.

"It's all been so worth it and I can't quite believe I'm getting bookings like these so early on.

"Solardo are DJs I look up to in this industry, so it's surreal being with them on the same line-up.

"It's real dream-come-true stuff."

As well as completing his studies, Bruce is also in talks with writers and producers to elevate his music career.

He said: I'm working with my manager Lauren to take steps in the industry.

"It's been quite difficult to be doing exams at the same time as pursuing my career, but it's all about striking the right balance and it's all going to be worth it.

"I would love to be internationally known one day and hope all all this hard work will pay off."

Bruce is planning an event in Word Up nightclub on December 23 where he will be joined by fellow local artist Lewis Casement.

He added: "It's great to be back doing this event in my own name where it all started.

"These things all help to get my name out there and hopefully will put me on the map."