weekend roundup - sonic fivesome

looks like we're headed into one of the most exciting weekends in recent memory - in musical terms, at least. cmj has brought with it a round of free and cheap events that are going to turn you out.

dis magazine consprirator fatima al qadiri's genre-specfic xperience reinterprets five subgenres of dance music in her signature fashion. tonight, five such pieces will be accompained by video collaborations during the release party and screening at the new museum.

coral records is having a bi-coastal celebration tonight with parties in new york and la. the brooklyn event at el dorado features dj sets and performances under the guidance of the breakout seapunk genre movement.

bpm 2011 promises a futurebass dance party with a profusion of hard-hitting dj sets and live performances from some of the city's most cutting-edge talent. a generous open bar can't hurt either.

we weren't aware that die karl was into house of ladosha and their brethren, but we'll keep our mouths shut as we head to the bushwick starr on saturday for what's sure to be a slice of paradise for anyone with an affinity for coarse and cunty fashion-laced hip hop.

last but not least, we head to glasslands for dovecote records' unofficial party featuring the ssion, an act we hold quite close to our hearts. sure to be killer; and perhaps you should head in early for open bar?

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