Too many “dickheads” in ugly T-shirts and bad ’80s gear… You’re sick of Steve Aoki… Yada, yada, yada. Haters can say what they will about Dim Mak Tuesdays, the spazomatic dance night that has packed Cinespace on Tuesdays for the past five years, but there’s no denying the night’s longevity and enduring cachet. The term “secret special surprise guests” gets thrown around by dance clubs a lot on fliers, Facebook and Twitter these days, but when Dim Mak touts ’em, you know they will truly be biggies. Both on the decks and live on stage, often at the precise moment before they blow up, at the Mak you can catch everything from rockers (Bloc Party and The Kills) to DJ gods (Justice and MSTRKRFT) to pop-tarts (Gaga and Uffie) to hiphoppers (, aka Superblaq, who had such a blast, he went on to do more projects with club creator Aoki). If you come here with a jaded attitude, the long lines to get in, throbbing beats (residents Them Jeans and Dan Oh hold it down while Aoki globe-trots) and dance-crazed, photo-snapping crowds probably will make it worse. But come here ready to rage, and you’ll never be disappointed. 6356 Hollywood Blvd., Hlywd. —Lina Lecaro

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