Calling All Pill Poppers And Glockenspiel Lovers


  • Thursday, Jan. 29: There's a difference between electro and techno, and the music at The Electric Cabaret will most definitely be techno, so if you're not into pill popping and Eurotrash, then this dance night is not for you. German house DJ Sacha Muse is featured; download a sample mix here. 9PM at Muse. [Brightest Young Things]
  • Friday, Jan. 30: Dance to soul and funk music with the Fatback DJs at Saint-Ex. The flier promises the music will be "mashed up," so hopefully you hear James Brown paired with Megadeth at some point in the night. [Fatback]
  • Saturday, Jan. 31: Superhot, super-Swedish songstress Lykke Li graces the Sixth & I Synagogue with her indie rock stardom. It's actually sold out, but hang around the entrance and see if you can buy your way in like a proper DCite. [Sixth & I Synagogue]
  • Saturday, Jan. 31: Nouveau Riche spins at DC9, playing the latest in indie electro (including music from The Presets, Deadmau5 and Diplo). Should be a good time, but keep in mind that DC9 attracts the fratty college crowd on Saturdays. [MySpace]
  • Monday, Feb. 2: British ska has been dead for a long, long time, but make the exception with '80s New Wave favorites, The English Beat. If you don't remember them, click here. [What do you mean "if you don't remember them," are you 21 or something, Malaka? -- Ed.] 6PM at the Birchmere Music Hall. [The Washington Post]
  • Tuesday, Feb. 3: Folk rock singer and Prince of Whimsy Andrew Bird comes to the 9:30 Club to play his violin and glockenspiel for the masses. Seriously. [9:30 Club]

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