On the List - Frankie Chan, Prince Terrence, Dita Von Teese and Guns 'n' Bombs

Er, so last night we were suppose to go see Diplo at LIV, but our disco nap turned into a deep slumber. Oh well, no worries, Diplo will be back for WMC, and we are excited about Mad Decent's party at O.H.W.O.W. during the week.

Anyway, we suppose we've got some catching up to do, so here's what you are going to want to check out this weekend:

Tonight, IHEARTCOMIX founder Frankie Chan is taking over the decks at Rokbar for some Good Clean Fun. Party is definitely worthwhile, plus one of our favorite DJs, Danny Daze, is always there to get us in the party mood.

Saturday night, after a bit of drinking in Wynwood, Poplife at White Room will have Heartsrevolution drummer Prince Terrence spinning. He'll be joining resident DJs Mike Deuce, Aramis and Induce.

On the other side of the causeway, we are looking forward to getting hot and heavy with the queen of burlesque Dita Von Teese at LIV. Marilyn Manson's former squeeze definitely knows how to get us worked up.

Finally, Sunday at the Vagabond, Scion brings its Kitsuné compilation CD release party with Guns 'n' Bombs, Heartsrevolution, Beni and Classixx. The event is free with RSVP to

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