When: Through Jan. 24
Where: Unit 102 Studio
Something Red, which debuted in Toronto 30 years ago, is a psychosexual thriller revived by Alexander Krstich and Stephen Chambers of Doghouse Riley Productions. Thu-Sat 8 p.m.; Sun. 2 p.m. $15.
Mr. Scruff @ Keep It Unreal
Andy “Mr. Scruff” Carthy puts the “fun” in funk. Known for his marathon sets, British DJ producer will play from open to close.
Where: The Comfort Zone
Scott Kaija (controller. controller) and Frontier Index’s Mick Jackson and John Hunter have teamed up in Medallions, a new outfit mixing dark beats and anthemic indie-rock. $8. 8:30pm.
Where: The Phoenix Concert Theatre
After The Smiths’ former guitarist Johnny Marr joined The Cribs, he and the young UK band formed what proved to be the perfect union. Their new album, Ignore the Ignorant, marries refined chords with indie rawness for a match made in heaven. $19.50. 8 p.m.
Where: Sneaky Dee’s
Josh McIntyre and his post-punk outfit return to their native Toronto to wow local fans with their surf rock–inspired jams. $8. 8 p.m.
HotMess DJs @ Hotmess Fundrager
Where: Suba, 292 College
HotMess DJs Chris James and Derek W. made a name for themselves in 2009. Here, on home turf, they host a fundraiser in support of OCADPhoto Thesis students.
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