Seven Nights

This week in your city.

Thu 12

Drum and bass in your face! The U.K.’s legendary Loxy (1) will be tearing it up at King’s Room thanks to Konkrete Jungle bringing more underground bass music. Also take in sets by Ill Omen, Quiet, Tasha and Chuck B., plus MC Agez and MC BPSS. (In the Rio, 10:30 p.m., There are a few Canadians in town this week, eh? First up is A-Trak, spinning a special set for the industry crowd at Haze tonight. Expect a couple Duck Sauce selections (his side project with Armand Van Helden) plus a bevvy of beats from his Fool’s Gold label and other electro and hip-hop favorites. (In Aria, 10:30 p.m.,

Fri 13

If you aren’t too superstitions to leave the house on Friday the 13th, more of our peaceful neighbors from the north are launching their residency tonight in case you’re a “Needy Girl” in need of some electrofunk. Check out Chromeo (2), a.k.a. P-Thugg and Dave1 (A-Trak’s bro), at Pure and peep the interview. (In Caesars, 10 p.m., It’s about friggin’ time Vince Neil opened a strip club and called it “Girls, Girls, Girls.” The topless rock-driven venue celebrates its opening tonight. (4740 Arville St., 6 p.m., Doesn’t it suck that you can really only get away with wearing neon animal print for Party Rock once a month? Don your favorite funky fashion and head over to Lavo for the launch of La Freak Fridays, embodying all the fun of Redfoo’s lifestyle brand, plus a roster of Party Rock DJs; Homicide kicks off the first installment. (In the Palazzo, 10:30 p.m.,

Sat 14

Happy one-year anniversary, Insert Coin(s)! Since the traditional first anny gift is paper, we’ll stuff the change machines with cash to play Burger Time all night while listening to tunes courtesy of DJ 88 and Dave Fogg. (512 E. Fremont St., 10 p.m., Betsey Johnson handbags are super-cute, but they’re not cheap. Thanks to Boutique Fashion Fling (BFF) Saturdays at Revolution, you might just be able to snag one for yourself or the one you love—and ladies drink free until midnight! (In The Mirage, 10 p.m., Are you a fan of Sasha Grey (3) and her films of the adult variety? If so, you probably don’t care how good of a DJ she is when spinning for the launch of Sexy Beats at Bare. (In The Mirage, 11 a.m.,

Sun 15

Gooooold! German house music maestro Thomas Gold stops by XS tonight for a special set. Learn more about the DJ/producer here. (In Encore, 10 p.m., Didn’t quite make the cut for America’s Next Top Model? Start out a bit smaller when the Royal House and designer Michael Touchard Jr. look for some pretty people in their Xtreme Catwalk competition tonight and Monday. Interested participants can sign up at (99 Convention Center Drive, 8 p.m.,

Mon 16

Not sure if it’s the yacht-ical style or his sexy calendar spread, but if you want to stalk Graham Funke, tonight’s the night as he’ll be spinning at STK. (In Cosmopolitan, 9 p.m., Then attempt to casually follow Funke up to Marquee where he’ll join his Captains of Industry cohort StoneRokk to host Celebrity Karaoke in the Library. Oh, and be sure to wear red to help you blend in because Marquee is also holding the official AFAN AIDS Walk after-party. The club will offer you free admission and donate $5 per person for anyone in hues of crimson. (In the Cosmopolitan, 10 p.m.,

Tue 17

The lines at the post office will be longer than a mega club’s today thanks to tax-day deadlines. After all that stress, Coconuts will offer you two-for-one drinks all day to help you forget how small your return is. (In Town Square, noon, PBR Rock Bar is liquoring you up with unlimited domestic draft beers and well drinks from 9 p.m. to midnight for only $5 for ladies, $10 for guys. (In Miracle Mile Shops, 9 p.m., Those of you who filed for an extension (or simply are invisible on the government grid) and aren’t bothered by April 17: Spread some Fancy Sauce all over your night at Moon with Sex Panther (4) and Alie Layus. (In the Palms, 11 p.m.,

Wed 18

Here’s one for hump day you South-siders might enjoy: Republic Kitchen & Bar hosts 1 Crazy Happy Hour tonight, featuring an assortment of musicians and artists. It’s kind of like a mini First Friday, minus all the walking. (9470 S. Eastern Ave., 6 p.m., Welcome to the world of wearable art. Local designer Jennifer Henry of FlockFlockFlock (5) partnered with Las Vegas-native artist Jerry Misko for some crazy-cool couture during Savor at The Deuce Lounge, plus cocktail-inspired cupcakes from one of our favorites, Pick Your Poison Bake Shop, and sounds by Midnight Affair and DJ Technicolor. (In Aria, 9 p.m.,

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Thu 5 Rolling Stone likes ’em. So does Spin. Maybe you will too. Don your ironic nonprescription glasses for some snappy synth-pop tunes courtesy of Miniature Tigers, when they headline the Modern Art Tour, plus Geographer (1), Chain Gang of 1974 and SPEAK. (Beauty Bar, 8:30 p.m., Over at the Veil Pavilion there’s more indie music rocking out with “Portugal.