• Ital

Looking for something to do today? Agenda’s got you covered:

At the Empty Bottle, Brooklyn dance-music producer Daniel Martin-McCormick, also known as Ital, performs in support of his 2012 LP Dream On, which Miles Raymer says is “full of odd sounds and challenging ideas, but more crucially it’s also the sort of thing that can get a crowd moving.” Chrissy Murderbot and Hieroglyphic Being open.

At the Music-About-Film & Film-About-Music Show, hosted by Hopscotch Cinema, artist and cellist Tatsu Aoki and professor Lori Felker will discuss the attributes that link the two media. Attendees will also experience the world’s first film-critic band, Farewell Scarlet, which happens to feature the Reader‘s own Ben Sachs.

The beehive in Kestutis Nakas’s Bridgeport backyard inspires his introspective yet humorous monologue No Bees for Bridgeport, which Laura Molzahn says “takes exhilarating leaps into tall tales of disaster, magical renewal, and heroism.” Part of Rhino Fest.

For more on these events and others, check out the Reader‘s daily Agenda page.