Do the Horshack

Last year, the seminal American progressive-house duo Deep Dish put the brakes on their collective work to pursue solo projects – leaving fans to wonder how the heck they’d manage to pop it and lock it to both Dubfire and Sharam’s divergent beats at the same time. (It’s tricky…) While that’s a feat for only the most technically inclined dance gurus – just punch in “Poppin’ Hyun Joon” on YouTube for an example – it’s not going to be an issue for dancers heading out to Club Space (34 NE 11 St., Miami) this Saturday night. That’s because Ali D -- or “the Dub,” as we call ΄im -- is going to be rocking the decks with tracks from his latest mix CD, Taipei. Expect Dubfire’s retro and industrial-tinged remixes of songs from Ballroom and Nitzer Ebb to be highly danceable, especially in the cavernous clime of Space.

But if Dubfire’s trek back to SoFla isn’t enough to get you lining up by the velvet ropes, maybe the return of Space resident Cedric Gervais will be. Miami’s homegrown Frenchman (eye-ro-neek, no?) spent the past few months touring the globe to promote Yoshitoshi Miami – which means the poor guy’s probably a bit homesick. Be a good neighbor and welcome him back when he takes over the Space Terrace at 4 a.m. (Word is, he’ll be spinning till the Burger King around the corner stops serving breakfast.) Tickets for the whole shebang cost $30. Visit www.clubspace.com.
Sat., Sept. 8

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John Linn