Don’t Fight It! featuring Dave Wrangler, Piss Heavy and Young $quaddy

Midtowners meet the Montrose on the dance floor

Don’t Fight It! was intended to be part dance night, part cultural study and all party. “The initial goal was more of a social experiment: to use music as a merger between curious ‘outer-Loopers’ in Polo shirts and ‘hipster elitists’ in skinny jeans,” says DJ Dave Wrangler, who is also known in these parts as one-half of the monthly country music installment Vinyl Ranch. He, along with fellow turntabler Piss Heavy (Yep, that’s really his moniker) and promoter Young $quaddy, mashes up the tunes of artists such as The Virgins, MGMT, Prodigy, UGK, Joy Division and Kanye West for a sound that appeals to 281ers and 713ers. See see-and-be-seeners from both sides of the Loop unite on the dance floor at 10 p.m. Boondocks, 1417 Westheimer. For information, call 713-522-8500 or visit Free.
Fri., Nov. 21, 10 p.m., 2008
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