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Weekend Picks: DJs and an Art night

by Ryo Miyauchi

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Alek’s Picks

Bingo Players at Soma

Dutch duo Bingo Players is bringing its Rattle and Roll North American tour right through San Diego, alongside Bassjackers and MAKJ. Bingo Players has been a heavy hitter in the electronic dance music genre with some of the biggest hits of 2011, such as “Rattle” and  “Cry (Just A Little),” the latter being used as a sample on Flo Rida’s hit, “I Cry.” Fans were shocked when Bingo Player’s own Paul Bäumer was diagnosed with cancer earlier this year. Though he has been sidelined from touring, his partner Maarten Hoogstraten will keep the energy going. As the expression goes, the show must go on. Bingo Players has been on tour nonstop from some of the largest North American festivals to traveling across the globe. You can’t miss the duo’s stop at Soma San Diego.

Ryo’s Pick

TNT: “Immerse”

Museum of Contemporary Arts San Diego hosts the Thursday Night Thing event to coincide with the opening of a new exhibit. The Downtown San Diego site will be hosting the TNT “Immerse” tonight to celebrate the works of Mike Berg. The featured artist has collaborated with artisans from Istanbul to create large textiles with abstract forms. He will also be present at the event for a gallery talk. The museum will have activities and live music during the evening. To celebrate the opening and enjoy a good Thursday night, attend TNT. The admission is $10 for non-members.

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