Hey DJ: DJ Harvey Dent, Space is the Place Records, Rough Trade, and more

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WEDNESDAY 11: 

NüAndroids presents Bixel Boys with local support from Eau Claire and Caleb L’etoile for a night of big room underground dance music at Flash starting at 9 p.m. (21+; $15). Dance to hip-hop and R&B classics at The Point in Fells for Wu-Tang Wednesdays presented by Sounds of Baltimore DJs at 10 p.m. (21+; no cover; two-for-one rail drinks, bombs, fireball shots, and domestic beers). At Red Maple, DJ JFell's global dance groove party Sutra begins at 9:30 p.m. (no cover).

THURSDAY 12: 

The UKG Social presents a night of U.K. garage at The Depot with Kozee, Joe Nice, and HashTag with resident DJs Jett Chandon and Brother Pinch starting at 8 p.m. ($5; free for 21+). Uncle Jesse spins punk, metal, and hip-hop at Thrashin’ upstairs at the Ottobar at 9 p.m. (21+; no cover). Dance to house, hip-hop, and funk music at Red Maple for Nature of the Beats (21+; no cover). MUSX presents You & Me at Flash for a night of future base and 8-bit dance music from Lindsay Lowend, Hunt for the Breeze, Keylow, and Lean Quatifah at 10 p.m. (21+; $12).

FRIDAY 13: 

Hip-hop DJs Harvey Dent, DJ Osagie, and DJ Addikt break out their record crates for “B-Boys, B-Girls, and Vinyl . . . OH MY!” at the Windup Space starting at 8 p.m. ($5).  Work it out at James Nasty's Physical Education party at the Ottobar starting at 9 p.m. ($5 cover for 18+, 21+ get in free; $2 PBR tall boys 9-11 p.m.). James Zabiela, DJ Lisa Frank, and Sumner spin house music all night at U Street Music Hall starting at 10 p.m. (18+; $15; free before 11 p.m. for 21+). 

SATURDAY 14: 

Space Is The Place Records celebrates love, club music, and the release of TT The Artist’s "Art Royalty" EP at Space Is The Place. . . For Lovers at Metro Gallery with DJ sets and performances from TT The Artist, Debonair Samir, Ellie Herring, Normaling, and Kate Boss starting at 9 p.m (21+; $5). Showspace and Unregistered Nurse booking present a Valentine’s Day Dance Party at the Ottobar to benefit A Moveable Feast, featuring a DJ set by Jana Hunter of Lower Dens; it kicks off downstairs at 8 p.m. (18+; $5-$10 donation suggested). Dance with your besties to female-driven music like M.I.A., Beyoncé, and Lady Gaga at the Girls Rule! dance party upstairs at the Ottobar starting at 10 p.m. ($5 for 18+; free for 21+). Eat pizza and dance to baby-making music at Lucid Cupid at The Crown presented by Llamadon Collective; see performances and DJ sets from :3lON, Blacksage, Blaqstarr, Chiffon, and Es-Car-Go starting at 9 p.m. ($5-$7 donation suggested). Rough Trade presents Smash The Romance Industrial Complex, a queer dance party, at The Sidebar with DJ sets and live performances from Whitney Biennial, Hoesy Corona, Alex D'agustino, Ellen Degenerate, and more starting at 9 p.m. (no cover). Harry Hotter plays all your favorite songs at The Get Down (21+; half-price drinks before 10:30 p.m.).  LoveGrove takes over Deep Sexy Groove at Red Maple (21+). Stay up late for Deep Sugar’s The Love Ball at The Paradox with DJ sets from Lisa Moody, DJ Biskit, and special guest Wayne Davis, while The Elders, Mookie Wizzo, and Andy Grant hold it down in The Paradox's Chamber; kicks off at 11 p.m. ($12 for members; $15 for general admission).

SUNDAY 15: 

Red Maple hosts its Professional Soul party (free before 9:30 p.m.).

MONDAY 16: 

Metal Monday at The Ottobar starts at 9 p.m. (21+; $10 all-you-can-drink rail drinks and beer 9-11 p.m.).

TUESDAY 17: 

Two-for-Tuesday night at the Ottobar upstairs and downstairs (after the early show) starts at 9 p.m. (21+; two-for-one-drinks all night) and Salsa Night at Red Maple (no cover; global tapas 5-10 p.m.; salsa lessons at 9 p.m.).

WEDNESDAY 18: 

Hip-hop classics all night at The Point in Fells for Wu-Tang Wednesdays presented by Sounds of Baltimore DJs at 10 p.m. (21+; no cover; two-for-one rail drinks, bombs, fireball shots, and domestic beers). At Red Maple, DJ JFell's global dance groove party Sutra begins at 9:30 p.m. (no cover). NüAndroids brings Moon Boots’ signature R&B-inspired house music to Flash with local support from Stylus Chris and Adam West starting at 9 p.m. (21+; $15).

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