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Friday 10.10

MSTRKRFT + Dj Assault + Congorock + Felix Cartal

Canada’s come sooo far since being know for the likes of Pamela Anderson and Celine Dion. Electro group MSTRKRFT usher in the new crop of hipster canucks. Tonight duo Jesse F. Keeler and Al-P play a set list of hits including remixes featuring John Legend, André 3000, Nore, and Kylie as part of their Fist Of God tour.

Webster Hall, 125 E 11th St bet Third and Fourth Aves, 212-353-1600, 11pm, www.myspace.com/mstrkrft

One Step Beyond

The American Museum of Natural History is alive again with the One Step Beyond series. Tonight’s headliners include french DJ Mehdi, who has remixed Chromeo and Ghostface Killah, and Mattie Safer of indie group The Rapture. Plus cosmic visuals by Fuevoz.

Rose Center for Earth and Space, W 81st St bet Central park West and Columbus Ave, 212-769-5100, 9pm, $20, www.myspace.com/djmehdi

New York Leather Weekend Kickoff

It’s that again where grown gay men dress up like members of The Village People just to get laid. It’s a bit too much effort for us, but we guess it’s about doing you. Tonight starts off with a meet and greet with fellow fetishists, an s/m art exhibition Rough Hewn Love, Cinekink short fims screening, and a NYC Leather Contest feel up of the contestants.

The Center, 208 W 13th St, 212-620-7310, 6pm, $10 per event, www.newyorkleatherweekend.com

Gary 49

Iconic Downtown New York Dj Johnny Dynell (above) and Sammy Jo (The Scissor Sisters) continue their electro house hi-energy assault at the new Mr. Black. Plus, table whore hosts Ladyfag, Drew , and Macky.

Mr. Black, 27 W 24th St bet Fifth and Sixth Aves, 10pm, $10, www.mrblacknyc.com

Of Montreal + Love Is All

American indie pop twinks Of Montreal are set to release new album Skeletal Lamping. Luckily the new stuff sounds nothing like their previous efforts. Tonight expect a lot of pop dance decadence. Lo-fi punk Sweedes Love Is All support.

Roseland Ballroom, 239 W 52nd St bet Broadway and Eight Ave, 212-307-7171, 7pm, $23, www.myspace.com/ofmontreal

Saturday 10.11

Dances of Vice Speakeasy: A funeral service for Catbone VI

Catbone has lost the sixth of his nine lives and tonight’s the funeral. Done in a speakeasy gothic style, Grandpa Musselman & His Syncopators and tap girls the Minsky Sisters grieve the dead with song and dance. The reception is directly afterwards with Salvation DJs Patrick and Cyn. Requested attire is Victorian and 1920’s mourning wear.

Don Hill’s, 511 Greenwich St at Spring St, 212-334-1390, 7pm, $10, www.dancesofvice.com

Sunday 10.12


The infamous DC bear love party returns to NYC with its head honco hosts Bob Mould of Husker Dü and house music producer Richard Morel. Just in time for the Leather Pride Weekend rap up and a head-to-hustler battle against The HustlaBall (see below), the daddy duo spin an impressive mash-up of electro, house and indie rock to a mixed bag crowd.

Highline Ballroom, 431 W 16th St bet Ninth and Tenth Aves, 212-414-5994, 11pm, $20, www.blowoff.us


It’s a party for hustlers, hookers, pimps, streetwalkers, flesh-peddlers, and other scandalous sorts…and you’re invited!!! The sleaziest mega-event on Earth celebrates 10 years of raunch and illicit activities. Stars , performers, and “special” guests like Ladyfag, The Ones, Robin Byrd, Daniel Nardicio, and every A-List porn star you can think of are on display for your arousal. Plus, DJs Johnny Dynell, Leomeo from Paris, and Berlin’s Micky Friedmann.

Rebel, 251 W 30th St bet Seventh and Eighth Aves, 212-695-2747, 10pm, $28, www.hustlaball.com

Les Savy Fav + Bear Hands + Phil and the Osophers

Rhode Island School of Design art students turned rockers Les Savy Fav perform tracks from recent release Let’s Stay Friends. Could they be a bit more referential?…what with the random audience kissing assaults, and the poetic lyrics on disparate topics like Stockholm Syndrome, the architects of Carthage, and palimpsests…what the fuck!!!

Music Hall of Williamsburg, 66 N 6th St bet Kent and Wythe Aves, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, 718-486-6400, 9pm, $20, www.myspace.com/lessavyfav

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