Friday, Nov. 27

* Under the Covers at Glass Door Gallery
* Early Winter begins at the Phi Centre
* Sushi nite at Chez Boris
* Country plays Quai des Brumes
* La Décadence Électronique at Casa del Popolo
* Chocolate Jungle feat. Illa J at le Belmont

Illa J

Illa J

Catch a one-night-only group art exhibit, Under the Covers, featuring work about sleep by over a dozen artists. Glass Door Gallery (4064 St-Laurent #1), 5 p.m., free

Mexican director Michael Rowe’s Quebec-shot film Early Winter, starring Paul Doucet and Dolan-film regular Suzanne Clément, winner of the grand jury prize at the Venice Days film festival, begins its run at the Phi Centre. The film screens daily through Dec. 3. 407 S-Pierre, 5 p.m., $11.25/$9.25 for students & seniors

It’s “infamous sushi” night Chez Boris, where — via their After Dark food series — a salmon tartare or avocado (vegetarian) roll and tempura combo are being offered for $10. 5151 Parc 6–10 p.m.

If you’ve never seen Beaver Sheppard’s goth-core band Country, do yourself a favour and head to Quai des Brumes, and get in early for openers Choses Sauvage and Paupière. 4481 St-Denis, 9 p.m., $10

Catch the synth wave at Casa, where DJ László’s La Décadence Électronique is on tonight. 4873 St-Laurent, 9:30 p.m., free

At le Belmont, the Chocolate Jungle ’90s jam night is marking its two-year anniversary with a special edition of the party featuring Illa J. 4483 St-Laurent, 10 p.m., $15/$20

For more art events, check our Art Listings.

For more rock, punk and metal show recommendations, see Hammer of the Mods.