Weekend's best dance bets: Danny Howells, Bro Safari, Torro Torro, Tin Man, Dubfire and more

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We hope you're not too sleepy after all that food and shopping, because it's time to hit the streets and dance your face off until the sun comes up and Monday rolls around. As always, some great music to soundtrack your weekend, including Danny Howells, Bro Safari, Torro Torro, Tin Man, Dubfire and more. If you feel like lighting up the dancefloor tonight, you've come to the right place. Keep reading for full rundown on this weekend's Dance Card.

BRO SAFARI @ BETA | FRI, 11/23/12 When Diplo's Mad Decent spin-off label Jeffree's dropped the Bro Safari single "Da Worm" last year, it brightened the spotlight already shining on Nicholas Weiller. Bro Safari might be a relatively new project, but Weiller, who currently performs under that name, earned his stripes as a DJ and producer with years of bass-heavy joints as Knick, and as half of collaborative projects Evol Intent and Ludachrist. Having put his stamp on mash-ups, glitchy downtempo and hard, dark drum-and-bass, Weiller is focusing his latest evolution on moombahton, along with occasional dalliances with the emerging sub-subgenre of trapstep. After spending the summer on the Bros Gone Wild Tour with Baltimore party veteran Tittsworth, Bro Safari will deliver a set that will probably jump styles like a mad Double Dutcher. But no matter which crate he decides to pull from, the dance floor will be packed for a sermon on serious low-end frequencies. -- Patrick Rodgers

Keep reading to see what else is on this weekend's Dance Card

The legendary Danny Howells will lead the lineup at the ROOTS four-year anniversary celebration at NORAD Friday night with H-Foundation and Adam Auburn, plus Uriah West, Greg Campbell, Quin, Bones and Greg Eversoul. (9 p.m., 21+, $10 before 11 p.m., $15 after)

Bro Safari and Torro Torro headline Beta on Friday, with Coult-45 supporting, testing that superb sound system with some serious basslines. In the Beatport Lounge, P.U.N.C.H.I.S. presents Time for Trees, Attentat, Steofan and David Last providing the underground techno goodness. (9 p.m., 18+, $5-$15)

The Fusion Factory hosts Blaccupy Friday with 533D4, M.I.T.H., Christopher Brian, Evenflo, Grymetyme, Imeh, Diverse and stefanB; there will also be local vendors and live artists there for any Black Friday shopping needs. (9 p.m., 21+, $10)

On Saturday, Tin Man headlines NORAD doing a live analogue set; the Missing Link and Delic dropping deep techno. As usual, NORAD's bringing the talent on a weekend evening. (9 p.m., 21+)

The Funky Buddha is where Jeff Service, Rescue, Steve Synfull and Uriah West will be hosting House of Buddha Saturdays this weekend for your daily dose of juicy beats. (9 p.m., 21+, free)

Dubfire and Shaded join Jaceo and Vedic Dublin at Beta on Saturday night, offering up grungy techno and dancefloor melodies that should keep you compelled to keep dancing the night away. (9 p.m., 18+, $10)

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