THURSDAY, MARCH 31 | CLUB KID
If you want to know what the kids are into, best refer to a rep from their demographic. Also, best send that query across the pond - where, let's face it, they always seem to be just one step ahead of us yokels stateside. Case in point: TODDLA T, Sheffield's latest club-kid sensation. The reedy, 25-year-old DJ mashes electro, R&B, and hip-hop with basement, jungle, fidget house, grime, and other genres we're too old to understand for a sound that's entirely fresh, and entirely welcome in the often homogenized DJ genre. He's joined by RED LIGHT, UNTOLD, and TERRAVITA at the Middle East downstairs, 480 Mass Ave, Cambridge | 8 pm | $14 | 866.777.8932 or ticketweb.com.
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Buffalo Tom celebrate 25 years of rock, At PAX, everyone gets along, From Cleopatra to Picasso to Alan Turing: Spring theater in Boston, More
- Buffalo Tom celebrate 25 years of rock
"If you'd told me 10 years ago I'd be here playing with Buffalo Tom, I wouldn't have believed you," Mean Creek's Aurore Ounjian sheepishly offered up last week at ZuZu, moments before her band closed out a stripped-down, five-song set with a cover of Buffalo Tom's "Would Not Be Denied."
- At PAX, everyone gets along
PAX East came to the Boston Convention Center this past weekend, bringing 69,500 gamers together for three days of video and computer-game demos, nerdcore concerts, panel discussions about the industry and gamer culture at large, and chances to meet the convention's hosts, Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik, the author/artist duo of the popular gaming webcomic Penny Arcade.
- From Cleopatra to Picasso to Alan Turing: Spring theater in Boston
Famous historical figures come to life on the Boston theater scene this spring.
- Terpsichore's delight: Boston's Spring dance preview
Ballet, international dance, dance filmmakers, popular dance, and more -- there's something for every fan of dance in Boston this Spring.
- Bard, Bach, Borromeo: Boston's Spring classical music preview
The classical-music season continues at full throttle this spring. The Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Celebrity Series of Boston, and our local companies and schools have some of their most exciting offerings in store. Here are some of the events between March 24 and May 31 I'd be happiest to attend.
- Party supplies
Original Plumbing, the New York–based quarterly lifestyle magazine and Web site for trans men and their friends, returns to the Midway this Friday for a queer/trans dance party featuring go-go boys, a photo booth, DJs D'hana and Justincredible, and a midnight performance by New England electropop act Nicky Click.
- Review: Dreileben
Taking a cue from Kieslowski's Three Colors by way of the British Red Riding series, this TV trilogy from three German directors of the Berlin School starts out with a creepy aura of dread and mystery and ends with contrived and unsatisfying resolutions.
- 35 spring arts events to attend in March, April, and May
Super fun shit.
- The New Alibis | Hard Promises
Stick around any scene long enough and after a while everyone's been in a band with everyone else.
- Fall Books Preview: Getting booked
Two Sedarises, two New Yorker favorites, and a famous neurologist are among the highlights of this fall’s book events.
- Hooray for students
Do me a favor: drive through Malden on a hot summer day and look around.
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