You'll find plenty to entertain you in the electronic-music world this weekend, including a bass fix from Seven tonight and deep house from L.A.-based Marques Wyatt, dance-heavy tunes from Chris Lake tomorrow night, and much more. Page down to see what's filling up this weekend's Dance Card.
Beta's headliner tonight is London's Seven, who'll be dropping bass-heavy beats along with Dayquil and Coult 45 on the main floor. In the Beatport Lounge, you can catch Time for Trees and Revy as part of P.U.N.C.H.I.S., spinning techno and tech house for your listening pleasure. (9 p.m., 18+, $10)
Bar Standard hosts Marques Wyatt tonight; the L.A.-based deep house impresario has played alongside Mark Farina, Frankie Knuckles and many others, so this is definitely where the house party's at tonight. (9 p.m., 21+)
The Remix Artist Collective will hold down the Larimer Lounge tonight, with London Dungeon, Ginger Perry and Mike Deez, who will be altering and combining tracks on the fly. Stellar. (9 p.m., 21+, $16)
Beta's bringing another dance-floor king to the main stage on Saturday; Dragon and Jontron will support Chris Lake this week. (9 p.m., 18+, $10)
Lumonics Light & Sound Gallery presents Tao of Bass again on Saturday night; there will be meditation, Chinese Qigong and aura healings, plus a dubstep/world music/breaks/drum-and-bass set by Seraiah. Expand your mind. (9 p.m., 18+, $10)
Cervantes hosts a Sub.mission event on Saturday with Jakes of H.E.N.C.H., plus tunes by Supreme, ServOne, Fisk, Cacheflowe and Caustik. (8 p.m. all ages, $15)
Get a taste of Denver's finest throughout the ages at Homecoming Queenz at 2200 on Saturday, presented by AAMP and featuring Little Mike (out of Berlin) and Crazy Larry (coming from NYC), plus local favorite Joey B. (9 p.m., 21+, $5 before 11 p.m., $10 after)
Neon Knights is bringing its electro-pop-synth-etc. sound to the Meadowlark on Saturday night for a dance party; lace up those shoes and get ready to boogie. (21+)
Local favorites Robotic Pirate Monkey are taking over the Bluebird on Saturday night, along with Andrew Wickes, FieVel and Lolo. Practice your dubstepping accordingly. (9 p.m., all ages, $18 in advance, $20 day of show)
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