SUPER EGO Enough with the gourmet street food carts, already. What this joint really needs is some gourmet street cocktail carts. I can barely see it now: fixie-powered blenders, home-brewed Fernet shots, "shit coke" smuggled Cuban rum margaritas with powdered-sugar rims and laminated dollar-bill straws, bacon-wrapped hot dog martinis, 5-HTP power boosts ... Anyone for an heirloom finger banana and Prather Ranch taurine daquiri? No?
DJ Richie Panic promises "cupcakes, piñatas, condoms, fashion tragedies, and those that understand the power of songs like 'Surfin' Bird' recontextualized for these fucked-up times" at this tastelessly amazing Wednesday banger. Trust.
Wednesdays, 10 p.m., free. Beauty Bar, 2299 Mission, SF. www.beautybar.com
RIP: A REMIX MANIFESTO
Mashups in or out? The scene's still lively, and this SF360 Film + Club night brings together SFs top mashers Adrian and Mysterious D and London's Eclectic Method, with a screening of mashup doc RiP: A Remix Manifesto.
Thu/23, 7 p.m., $12$17. Mezzanine, 444 Jessie, SF. www.mezzaninesf.com
The leader of the legendary, decade-old Turntables on the Hudson party just dropped the stellar, border-hopping Sun People (Eighteenth Street) disc, full of interesting, upbeat tribal tracks. "Positivity" is no longer a dirty word.
Fri/24, 10 p.m. 4 a.m., $10. Paradise Lounge, 1501 Folsom, SF. www.paradisesf.com
The heartthrobs of glitch-hop, now whittled down to a trio, bring their effed-up laser sound to Mezzanine's tables, with L.A. future bass pioneer Daddy Kev opening up. Gangsta rap meets Burning Man? You better believe it.
Sat/25, 8:30 p.m., $22.50 advance. Mezzanine, 444 Jessie, SF. www.mezzaninesf.com
BAY OF PIGS
The night before the raucous and naughty Up Your Alley fair, get your big gay fetish on with this giant man-meet for charity. Am I scared of the kiki party music by DJs Ted Eiel and Luis Cintron? Yes, sir! But scared equals horny here, hello.
Sat/25, 10 p.m. 4 a.m., $40$50.181 Eddy, SF. www.folsomstreetfair.org
It's the 12-year reunion of promoters Ramiro Gutierrez and Mikey Tello's progressive house and chunky techno outfit get that post-old-school rave feeling back with good ol' Doc Martin headlining and a roster of other well-knowns.
Sat/25, 9 p.m.- 4 a.m., $15. Six, 66 Sixth St., SF. www.unitingsouls.com
SUPER HERO STREET FAIR
To the Batmobile (let's go)! Wonder Woman Underoos are totally go at this huge, charitable outdoor affair. Heroic tunes by Opulent Temple, Afrolicious, Supersonic Salsa Collective, Pacific Sound, Smoove, and more mutant decks X-Men.
Sat/25, 1 p.m.midnight, $10 with superhero costume, $20 without. Indiana and Cesar Chavez streets, SF. www.superherosf.com
FOR THE FUTURE
This massive gathering of pretty much every Bay techno and house crew benefits NextAid.org, which helps AIDS-affected African kids. Staple, Green Gorilla, Stompy, Dirty Bird, Om ... 15 DJs, 14 hours, perhaps a few oxygen tents.
Sun/26, noon2 a.m., $10$15. Cafe Cocomo, 650 Indiana, SF. www.cafecocomo.com
MISS $1.98 PAGEANT
They don't come any cheaper than drag queens Anna Conda and Monistat or do they?
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