Spacetime Continuum, Luca Bacchetti, Africa Hitech and more on this weekend's Dance CArd

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Feel like dancing? There're plenty of places to get your groove on this weekend. Tonight, Bar Standard is hosting Spacetime Continuum and DJ ESP (aka Woody McBride) as part of Full Flavor Fridays; expect ambient techno and experimental live PA or vinyl sets from the double-header. Ivy, Brandon Brown and Greg Campbell will support. (9 p.m., 21+, $10)

There's a new residency at the Appaloosa Grill: Electric Pony is holding down the last-Friday slot each month. This month, the Tableist will be joined by resident DJs Garret and Sound Advice. (9 p.m., 21+)

Are you anti-Black Friday? Have we got the perfect event for you: GlitchGivin 4, hosted by JanedaPain. Wear your black tie, don't buy a damn thing; instead, support local community programs. There will be two rooms of music with Always Monday, DMTree, SL8R, SmarkAMyth, Tess and TongueFinger, plus live acts (such as Black Cell, Circle Six and others), visuals and more. It goes down at LIDA, and all collected items and funds will be donated to Urban Peak. (8:30 p.m., all ages, $5 with donation of coat, hat, blanket or gloves; $10 cash otherwise)

Africa Hitech is taking over Beta tonight, showcasing an eclectic range of sub-genres, from soul and dub to grime to techno to Jamaican dancehall. MLe will support with a bass-driven set, and Luca Bacchetti will headline the Beatport Lounge as part of the PM//AM this week. (9 p.m., 18+, $10)

The Luca Bacchetti afterhours party will take you from Beta to 3595 Wynkoop Street; Josh Manke, Steve Synfull and Tom phil-E will also take a spin on the decks. (1 a.m., 21+, $15)

At Milk tonight, catch REMIX:LIVE featuring Mark de Clive-Lowe, who will be remixing tunes live; So What!, DJs K-Nee, Big Styles and Peter Black, plus members of Future Jazz Project, will support. (9 p.m., 21+, $10)

The Blend is back at the Meadowlark for another month; you'll catch residents Brick Lee and Sami Tee, as always, plus special guests Nutmeg and Rob Gray. (9 p.m., 21+, $5 cover)

Sculpted Sound presents ION Friday at Lumonics; Airyck, Schmid-E, Alexander and Ethos will hold down the decks, and there will be art installations by Dorothy Tanner to blow your mind. (9:45 p.m., 18+, $10)

And if you're in the high country, Michael Menert and Gramatik will be dropping the bass at the Belly Up in Aspen. (18+, $18-$23)

The Dirty Funk Squad's Shiva and Dylan will be getting deep at Opal on Saturday; there will be two-for-one sushi and great drinks, too. Dance that turkey off your body! (9 p.m., free)

You could also get your dance on at Beta on Saturday with Thomas Gold's trance-y offerings, plus Dragon and Jontron. (9 p.m., 18+, $10)

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