Friday, Nov. 11

* Art and design platform One Undone
* Photographer Liam Blackwell vernissage
* Slaves on Dope album launch
* Swedish metal band Ghost live
* Studio 54 Disco Extravaganza
* Giallo disco master Antoni Maiovvi


Antoni Maiovvi

Check out brand new art and design platform One Undone, launching today with a Plateau pop-up shop featuring art installations from Dana Dal Bo and Steven McCuen, performances from Odile Myrtil and Désirée Rondeau, a shop with garments from Pedram Karimi and furniture from Loïc Bard, plus more. 4621 St-Laurent, 5–7 p.m., free

Immerse yourself in the natural world like you’ve never seen it before at this evening’s vernissage of Hidden Perspectives in Nature Vol. II by Montreal-based microscopic photographer Liam Blackwell, whose images of flora, fauna, fungi and minerals reveal specimens from around the world as captured through 20x–80x microscopic magnification. Kafein Café-Bar (1429A Bishop), 8–11 p.m., free

Veteran Montreal metal band Slaves on Dope launch their new record Horse with Never More Than Less, Demise of the Crown and Confined to Oblivion. Petit Campus (57 Prince Arthur E.), 8 p.m., $12/$15

Swedish metal band Ghost plays Metropolis with opener Marissa Nadler. 59 Ste-Catherine E., 8 p.m., $41.75/$45.25

Parc Ex café and performance space l’Artère is the curious site of tonight’s Studio 54 Disco Extravaganza, featuring DJs Tour d’Ivoire and Roxy Moron. 7000 Parc, 8 p.m., $10

Giallo disco master Antoni Maiovvi drops in for his debut Montreal set at Datcha with support from resident/management Thomas Von Party (“smooth psychedelic groove”) and Taylor Hoodlum Stevenson (“dark weird technoir”). 98 Laurier W., 11 p.m., price unlisted

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