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Way Down

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THURSDAY

• At the Knitting Factory, check out Red Sparowes (members of Isis, Neurosis, Pleasure Forever, Angel Hair and Halifax Pier) with Darker My Love, Skull Sküll (members of Liars and Young People), DJ Travis Keller and DJ Sam Velde at 8 PM. Tickets are $8 advance, $10 at the door.

• The Raveonettes wrap up their last night at Spaceland with She Wants Revenge and Be Your Own Pet. Doors open at 9 PM.

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• At The Echo, see Apostle of Hustle with Idaho Falls and Pink Mochi at 8:30 PM. Tickets are $10. [18+]

Little Pedro's features La Polla Loca with the Gay-Gays, resident DJs Senior and Rudy Bleu and a Butt Magazine butt contest hosted by Vaginal Davis tonight at 10 PM.

• Author Nick Hornby is at Dutton's Beverly Hills tonight at 7 PM signing his new book, A Long Way Down.