Looking for something to do today? Agenda‘s got you covered:
At the Bottom Lounge, alternative hip-hop act Death Grips perform in support of the two albums they’ve released this year—The Money Store and No Love Deep Web, the latter of which Miles Raymer says “consists largely of frenetic front man Stefan Burnett shouting himself hoarse over ugly electronics and frenzied, zig-zagging drumming by underground art-rock hero Zach Hill.” Mykki Blanco opens.
Six Stories Tall is an Adventure Stage production that reimagines Latino folklore as “six tales of heroism, [including] one about a girl squaring off against the devil for the soul of her father, another about an el train encounter with a monster, and a third in which a young man goes to heartwarming lengths to make the world a little brighter for his ailing grandfather,” according to Dan Jakes.
Homo Riot, a Los Angeles-based street artist whose work explores contemporary issues in the gay community, has a show of mixed media works at Bert Green Fine Art.
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