Objekt with TML, Andrew Broder + Angelica Ottavia Iannitti


Most of MPLS + STPL’s electronic music scene will be in attendance tonight as Berlin DJ TJ Hertz aka Objekt—who’s widely recognized as one of the Top 10 DJs in the world—transforms honey into a raging deutsche techno dance club, the kind James Murphy describes as “Now we can’t have parties like in Spain where they go all night . . . Or like Berlin where they go another night”. He’ll be joined by local electronic music big dogs TML (of Always Human Tapes who is making somewhat of a triumphant return to live performance) and Andrew Broder (of FOG and local collab fame), plus a set by Angelica Ottavia Iannitti. We strongly suggest getting those tickets early. 9 PM. $10 advance, $15 door.Taylor Carik

honey, 205 Hennepin Ave E, MPLS;

Astronomique Mimic Forms Single Release With Beasthead + StoLyette


We love it when some of our favorite local groups fill up a bill, especially at a cool spot like Icehouse, and that’s exactly the case tonight. New wave wunderkids Astronomique release their new single “Mimic Forms” (check out the video) with the electro-Russian folk dance music makers StoLyette (read our Quick Q+A with singer Irene Ruderman Clark) and Beasthead (which includes StoLyette’s Mitch Miller.  10 PM. $5.Paul Cajun

Icehouse, 2528 Nicollet Ave S, MPLS;

Film 4M: Easy Money

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Rodney Dangerfield’s riches-versus-rags story Easy Money (1983) is mostly Rodney as himself throwing mostly questionable one-liners at Joe Pesci while they drive around in a truck with cartoonishly large plumbing on it, and that’s what makes it such a beloved film for fans of zingers, groaners, and gags. (Fun fact: It’s also directed by James Signorelli, whose only other film is Elvira: Mistress of the Dark!) And there’s no better place to revisit it than at der Black Forest Inn with Film 4M and some free popcorn tonight. Get there right at 7 PM to catch the screening of some shorts before the feature. 7 PM shorts, 8 PM feature. Free.Curt Stanski

Black Forest Inn, 1 E 26th St, MPLS;

Cans For Cocktails

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Get a head start on your Thanksgiving giving—or follow-up your Give to the Max giving today, we suppose—by bringing a canned good or two to Eat Street Social. The mixologists have partnered with both Bent Paddle and Vikre Distillery to say adieu to the patio season by trading donate food for tokens to get a warm collab drink (like a hot chocolate made with Vikre Distillery aquavit and topped with a Bent Paddle Brewing Co. Cold Press Black Marshmallow or warm spiced cider w aquavit!). Plus they’ll have the fire pit going, a build your own chili bar, and tunes from DJ Espada. 6 PM. Free.Art Humes

Eat Street Social, 18 W 26th St, MPLS,

Mississippi Hot Club


When we tell you that one of the more fiery guitarists in MPLS + STPL will be playing Icehouse, you’d expect it to be a surprise set from rocker Donna Grantis or even theatrical up-and-comer Thomas Abban—not the lead in a gypsy jazz string band. But trust us, the lead work by Mississippi Hot Club‘s Joshua Parlanti, complimented by the fast fingers of violinist Alissa Jacobsen, stands out among our busy local multi-genre music scene. Expect to see some fireworks from everybody in the band (including two other guitars)—and lots of moving and grooving on the dance floor—when the Club releases their new album, Swing Cities, tonight at Icehouse. The similarly swinging and similarly fun Myra Joan “The Boss” Burnette and the Moonshiners open. 10 PM. $8 door.Tina Bellecraux

Icehouse, 2528 Nicollet Ave S, MPLS;