Droid Behavior Brings Speedy J and Drumcell
Droid Behavior kicks off the decade with an epic extrasensory showcase, Interface 30. The Netherlands’ Speedy J serves up entrancing technoscapes and visuals (assisted by Scott Pagano), and L.A. own’s Drumcell offers a rhythmic display and DJ set meshing recorded and live production (samplers, drum machines and other devices, layering sound over his laptop concoctions), with live visuals by CPU, aka Bryant Place. Sat., Jan. 9. Location and info at droidbehavior.com. Mustache Mondays has a stimulating set this week, too: SSION on the decks. Even if it’s not the full live show, we expect the Kansas City disco-kinksters to titillate, and an overall eye-popping flurry fueled by saucy, ear-humping dance selections, especially since it happens to be the one and only Squeaky Blonde’s birthday bash. Resident DJs Josh Peace and Total Freedom spin sexy sounds early. Fade-dra Phey hosts. La Cita, 336 S. Hill St., dwntwn; Mon., Jan. 11. mustachemondays.com. Also, don’t miss the last night of Dragstrip 66, Hat’s All, Folks! Sat., Jan. 9, at the Echoplex. (See Music Feature.)
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