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Halloween Picks!!!…10.31-11.02

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Friday 10.31

E.V.E. Project

Visual artist Nate Hill presents his latest work E.V.E.- a life size female human being replication created by sewing together unpreserved animal parts including cats, birds, buffalo, pigs, and even cute little squirrels. Spoiler alert!!!…this show really stinks!!!

Satan’s Circus: The Gravest Show On Earth

Michael T, James Coppola, Michael Gowel, and the sleaziest queer on the piers Daniel Nardicio join forces for the horniest Halloween slut fest in NYC! Apes & Androids and The Dirty Pearls perform live. Plus, DJs Rok One, Jake Destoyer, and Dirty Jean spin ghastly tunes, with Peppermint Gummybear as the ultimate fright queen.

(Le) Poisson Rouge, 158 Bleecker St at Thompson St, 212-796-0741, 9pm, $30,

Silent Barn, 915 Wyckoff Ave bet Hancock and Weirfield Sts, Ridgewood, Queens, 7pm, free,

MGMT + Amazing Baby + Violens + Francis and the Lights + Boy Crisis

Shape-shifting psychedelic electro-pop band MGMT celebrate the Day of The Undead with fellow New York indie friends Amazing Baby. Expect lots of epic hippie sounds, sweaty skinny white boys, raw food, and wheatgrass ginger beer…all in preparation for a spiritually-cleansed after life.

Music Hall of Williamsburg, 66 North 6th St bet Kent and Wythe Aves, 718-486-5400, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, 9pm

Polysics + Jaguar Love + Black Gold + DJ Oil

Cult Japanese new wave/rock band Polysics perform their unique style of hyper-westernized technicolor pogo punk with latest album We Ate Machines (translate?) in toe. And if that’s not enough shrieking for ya, falsetto art-punkers Jaguar love set out to prove once and for all that they are actually blokes, not a riot girl band.

Mercury Lounge, 217 E Houston St bet Essex and Ludlow Sts, 212-260-4700, 8:30pm, $20,

Saturday 11.01

The B-52’s + Hercules and Love Affair + Special Disco Version

Thirty plus years on and the originators of pop rock The B-52’s are still keeping teens, queens, and dancefloors boppin’ with hits like Rocklobster, Love Shack, and Private Idaho. Tonight is a special Halloween disco dance-off with special guests including NYC’s Downtown darlings Hercules and Love Affair, featuring current “it” girl Nomi, and DJ duo Special Disco Version– aka James Murphy and Pat Mahoney of LCD Soundsystem.

Hammerstein Ballroom, Manhattan Center, 311 W 34th St bet Eighth and Ninth Aves, 212-279-7740, 7:30pm, $49.50 & $70

HyperGender Burlesque: Americana- An End of an Error?

Burlesque divas Rose Wood, Nasty Canasta, Darlinda Just Darlinda, Anti-Social, and Selena Varius are having a flag burning send-off performance for our current President and right-wing conservatism. Show your good bush in support!

Wow Café Theatre, 59-61 E 4th St bet Bowery and Second Ave, 4th Fl, 212-777-4280, 10pm, $10,

The Rumble Strips + Birdmonster + The Dig

UK rockabilly man band The Rumble Strips tour with debut album Girls and Weather. The CD didn’t fare too well across the pond, but we’ll gladly take their Americana inspired Route 66 sound here anytime! Did we forget to mention they’re foxy!!! Welcome home boys!

Bowery Ballroom, 6 Delancey St bet Bowery and Chrystie St, 212-533-2111, 8pm, $15,

Janet Hamill and Patti Smith

Poet, performer, painter, and author Janet Hamill celebrates release of her latest book of poetry Body of Water with long-time friends Lenny Kaye and Patti Smith who contributed photographs for the book. Hamill’s work evokes a sensual world where the magical and spiritual merge in a transport of dream and experience.

Bowery Poetry Club, 308 Bowery bet Bleecker and E Houston Sts, 212-614-0505, 6pm, free,

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