Anniversary happenings (two from our favorite female-thrown clubs, and one from an exceptional/experimental music collective) round out this week’s must-stomp romps. Hang the DJs’ Scarlette Casanova marks her indie dance shindig’s six-year milestone not at the usual Echoplex, but at a bigger downtown location, so expect this one to rage with a flurry of guests getting “hung,” especially since pretty much everyone has spun there at some time during the past. Sat., Oct. 3, myspace.com/htdjs for location, lineup and info.Dublab has 10 days of festivities planned to celebrate its decade of decksmithing and broadcasting, but its merger with Part Time Punks on Sunday promises the spazziest wax and danciest gathering this week. Dublab’s Ale, Hoseh, Kutmah and Marion along with PTP’s DJs Benny Shambles & Michael Stock promise “Post-punk, Punk-funk, New Wave, No Wave, Hardcore, Indie-Pop, Twee, Electro, Minimal-Synth, Shoegaze, Baggy dance party sure to shake you.” Echo, 1822 Sunset Blvd.; Sun., Oct. 4, dublab.com for full schedule. And last but not least — especially when it comes to hair-raising high jinks — Jean Spinosa’s Wig Out! marks its fab four, serving up a “best of” platter of wiggy wonders onstage. Expect song, dance and arty performance, plus faux-tressed/flamboyantly dressed patrons and, of course, dance-floor freakiness. Bordello, 901 E. 1st. St., dwntwn.; Thurs., Oct. 8, MYSPACE.com/wigoutgetyourwigon.
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