Thursday, Jan. 10

* Read the Rant Line™!
* Seripop’s new installation opens at Belgo Building
* Meow Mix celebrates 15 years
* The NOAH screens Der kopf des Mohren
* Purity Ring and Young Magic at le National
* Shake! at Korova, Two Tone at Blizzarts

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Meow Mix at 15. Photo by Sasha « Laphotographe » Brunelle

Read the Rant Line™!

Don’t miss the vernissage for Seripop’s big, bright new installation, The Options That Are Offered to Us: The Least Likely/The Most Terrible, the duo’s first show in the city in over three years. Galerie B-312 (Belgo Building, 372 Ste-Catherine W., #403), 5 p.m., free

Montreal’s venerable Meow Mix has been going down regularly for 15 years now, and Meow Mix Retrospective gathers photos and video from 1997 to 2012, captured by Miriam Ginestier, Sasha Brunelle, Viva Delorme and Valérie Sangin. Relive old memories or come out to celebrate the long-standing, super-inclusive bent-girl party series. Rats 9 (Belgo Building, 372 Ste-Catherine W., #530), 6 p.m., free

Underground film series The NOAH presents hallucinatory German horror flick (written by Michael Haneke!) Der kopf des Mohren (The Moor’s Head). Peut-être Vintage, 6029a Parc, 8 p.m., $5, BYOB

See local ’lectro duo done good, Purity Ring (see Cult MTL writer Erik Leijon’s interview with them), with Brooklyn’s Young Magic supporting them. Le National (1220 Ste-Catherine E.), 8:30 p.m., $18/$21

Two promising DJ nights in the Plateau will have the eclectic music connoisseur torn. For vintage soul and rock ‘n’ roll, head to the premiere of Shake! at Korova; for deep house, U.K. funky and UKG, it’s Two Tone at Blizzarts. Luckily, they’re like two blocks apart. Both 10 p.m., all free

Check out our complete listings for more great club, stage and gallery events! 

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