Friday, Dec. 14

* Get your shop on at Puces Pop
* Check out the FUSE Magazinestudent strike issue launch
* Go see Mac DeMarco
* Nod your head to DJ Nu-Mark

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DJ Nu-Mark, who does his thing tonight at Cabaret Underworld. Photo via Flickr.

It’s Puces Pop o’clock, aka the time to get all your holiday shopping in one fell swoop. Stretching over the course of the weekend, Puces Pop brings in hundreds of artisans and independent businesses to sell their wares directly to consumers — starting at the kickoff party tonight. St-Enfant Jésus Church (5035 St-Dominique), 6–9 p.m., free entry

Be the first to check out Toronto-based FUSE Magazine’s latest edition, FUSE 36-1/Promiscuous Infrastructures ou la lutte pour l’invention de possibles. The issue, produced with the help of the Artivistic collective, is the magazine’s first bilingual edition, focusing on the social and political impact of the province’s student strikes. Centre des arts actuels Skol (Belgo Building, 372 Ste-Catherine W., #314), 5:30-10 p.m.

Mac DeMarco, the guy NME called “Ferris Bueller with a guitar,” shows you why people are talking about him, with Each Other and Freelove Fenner sharing the bill, and Cadence Weapon on DJ duties. Il Motore (179 Jean-Talon W.), 9 p.m., $10

You liked Jurassic 5, right? Well, tonight, DJ Nu-Mark, once a part of the defunct old-school revivalist crew, presents his “toy set,” a line-up including Dr. Mad (ALAIZ), LIAMLIAMLIAM and Nik Brvkn, alongside DJs Mark the Magnanimous and Scott C. Cabaret Underworld (1403 Ste-Elisabeth) 9 p.m., $20 in advance

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