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Your Week: Club Nights

Zeds Dead is back to fill the Middle East Downstairs with hard EDM sounds tonight. After a killer show last time, whether catching it or not, it’s one that can’t be missed, except it’s already sold out. However, it’s totally worth trying to find tickets for, especially with Terravita, Tjani and IMMVC in the lineup. (18+)


Right next door, at Phoenix Landing, notable resident DJ Patrick Barry will be opening for Re:Se guest, Till Von Sein. Hitting this night, you’ll find a mix of locals and electronic music lovers on the dance floor for house, deep house and techno sounds. (19+)


If rap makes it right, the Red Bull EmSee battle series will be stopping downtown at Royale to find top-notch freestyle rappers. Emcees will be showcasing their technique and creativity through verse spits over beats. (18+)


RISE (photo by Angela Bray)


Tomorrow, RISE launches Play, a new 18+ college party. Similar to last year’s Campus party, it is a prime place to meet kids from other schools while getting down to top 40, hip-hop and party jams with DJ Frank White. Launch party perk: the club will be giving away one Third House Membership, which entails free admission to every party at RISE for a year! (18+)


The Boston Trance Movement is following last weekend’s trance excitement, with the addition of progressive, with an event at Good Life. Ju Lee, Simex, DJ Aleka, and L.E.O. will be on the decks to support the local scene.


At the same time, Sphere Boston presents Unlimited House Sessions at Om in Harvard Square. The new, exclusive house music night features chill out, ambient and deep house infused with techno from guest DJs. Opening night boasts a lineup with DJ Deepstate, Dark & Stormy and Daniel Merlino. (21+)

A Sphere Boston event at Om (photo by Angela Bray)



Going on week five this Friday, White Rabbit has more in store for Wonderland at RISE. With DJ Parallax, Jay K the DJ and Damien Paul upstairs and Bass Alchemists and DJ Noms in the lounge, ravers will be turned inside-out with house progressive, electro and dubstep. In addition to kandi-making and face painting downstairs, the White Rabbit table will offer the chance to win a double comp pass to entrants before 10 p.m. One step further, anyone there before 10:30 p.m. will be eligible to win two Skrillex tickets. (18+)


For more urban tastes, Brek.One will hold down the upstairs at Good Life with hip-hop, reggae and party jams. At the same time, Dopejams will bring house music downstairs. (21+)


The next night, same place, DJ Dupont will take on hip-hop, reggae and party jams upstairs while BASSIC, Boston’s longest-running dubstep party, does dirty drops downstairs; AxH and COdiac will open for New Zealand dubstep duo, Truth. (21+)


Party with a purpose at Church on Saturday for the 2 Skool 4 Cool Benefit Concert. With a goal to raise $10,000 toward school supplies for over 600 local families, the show will feature Boston talent: Jam’n 94.5’s Maverick, Pat G, Prince Taj420, Rasheeda Brown, Ryderz, Kitarah, and Young Jay. (18+)


Columbus Day weekend means no school or work Monday… aka excuse to go out Sunday night. True Productions’ bass weekly, The Drop at Phoenix Landing, delivers beat-driven, rhythmic styles of electronic music. B.Rich and Alex Russo will take care of the sounds. (21+)

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