Friday, November 15

* Brian Finn solo show at Station 16
* Cinema Politica screen Let the Fire Burn
* BÀ NÔI premiere party at RIDM
* Cabaret Underworld’s Rapture
* Crazy Sexy Casual at Casual Agent

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Check out artist Brian Finn’s first solo show, Hip Hop Wanted Dead or Alive, a collection of 100 portraits of hip hop’s greats at Station 16. The night also promises live performances by Big Bricc and Backpacker Music, drank and a super-secret new piece. 3523 St-Laurent, 7:30–11 p.m., free

Cinema Politica screen Let the Fire Burn, a found-footage documentary about Philadelphia’s fight against the radical urban group MOVE in the ‘80s. Director Jason Osder will be on hand for a Q&A following the film. Read our interview with CP co-founders Svetla Turning and Ezra Winton here. J.A. de Sève Cinema (1400 de Maisonneuve W.), 7 p.m., suggested donation $2–$5

RIDM celebrates the Quebec premiere of Khoa Lê’s latest film BÀ NÔI with an event inspired by vivid and colourful Vietnamese New Year’s parties. The soundtrack will feature live music by Foxtrott and DJ sets, too. RIDM HQ (3450 St-Urbain), 9 p.m., free

Cabaret Underworld’s monthly Rapture brings in Tronald Trump to join resident DJs Vincent Pryce and Mayday. Get a feel for their rugged hip hop vibe with a playlist they prepared for us, here. 1403 Ste-Elisabeth, 10 p.m., $5

Late-night rager? Crazy Sexy Casual is it, with DJs Thomas Promise, Heidy P, Wilcox and Mayday. Casual Agent, 2 a.m., search Facebook for more details


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