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Friday To-Do: Le Castle Vania

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LE CASTLE VANIA
8 p.m., The Village. $10-$20.

If the kids aren't getting dirty with Dirt Nasty, they're likely to be in the pit at the Village sweating it out to Atlanta DJ Dylan Eiland, better known by his Nintendo game-inspired performance name, Le Castle Vania. In a market where name DJs making tour stops more often than not tend to be aging trance folks or, when we're lucky, old-school turntablists, this show marks one of the first appearances by someone who's internationally hot right now, on the blogs and in the clubs. Since 2006, dude's toured steadily, sharing the stage with the likes of Justice, Steve Aoki and Crystal Castles and scoring remixes for the likes of Snowden, Walter Meego and the Virgins. He'll probably be selling shirts that say “I LOVE YOU BUT I'VE CHOSEN DISCO.” The show, like most at the Village, is open to all ages.

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