DJ Mania! If I've learned anything from compulsively watching the WWE, it's that a typical heavyweight's personal style demands a shoulder-to-toe neon-lycra onesie and a face-obscuring mask. Eep. Thankfully, Heavyweight Styles at Spectrum Music (1620 Delmar Boulevard; 314-650-7790) will not be showcasing wrestlers' man-pieces, but rather crazy DJ beats. From 8 p.m. to 3 a.m. Saturday, April 15, you can catch Kaos, Paul Anthony, General Malice, and Dankskii & the Omen spinning and hitting as hard as Rey Mysterio. $15.
Neuromusic: If I were to make music with my brainwaves, it would probably sound something like, "People everywhere are spreading the news/All around St. Louis, 'You've gotta choose Fusz!'" (What can I say? I love me some wheels, and that's a catchy jingle!) Luckily, my brainwaves will not be on aural display when Alvin Lucier plays at the Steinberg Auditorium on the campus of Washington University (Forsyth and Skinker boulevards) at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, April 16. This international phenom matches physical gestures and brainwaves with visual imagery and sound in vibrating media. Or, for the laymen: He makes yer brains look 'n' sound purdy. $6 to $12.