The week in nightlife: Jan. 31 - Feb. 5, Girl Talk, Natty Boh keg tapping, and a salvia crash course
Finally the week is here when we get to taste Boh on draft. If only it happened earlier in the week. Elsewhere: there's comedy at the Ottobar, cheap cherry bombs at No Idea, and a crash course on Miley Cyrus' drug of choice.
On Monday, Jillionaire, Major Lazer's favorite DJ, spins at the No Rule party, celebrating over a year at Metro Gallery. 1700 N Charles St. Free. Big show: Girl Talk at Rams Head Live, 20 Market Place.
On Tuesday, Robyn performs at Rams Head Live. Also: Monthly comedy night Chucklestorm returns to the Ottobar, 2549 N. Howard Street. $5.
On Wednesday, No Idea Tavern turns six. Cherry, grape, orange bombs are a buck all night long. Starts at 5 p.m. at 1649 S. Hanover Street. At Sidebar, 218 East Lexington Street, the monthly Bent party features hardcore techno.
On Thursday, Nacho Mama's taps the first keg of Natty Boh in 15 years. 2907 O'Donnell Street. Starts at 6 p.m.
On Friday, remember a Times magazine story on sissy bounce, the New Orleans rap sub-sub genre? One of its main practitioners, Vockah Redu (and his backup dancers, the Cru) comes to Hippo's Deep in the Game. 1 West Eager St. $5 cover.
On Saturday, Cults, the young lo-fi pop band, perform at the Maryland Institute College of Art Bbox Theater, 1601 W. Mount Royal. Baltimore's Secret Mountains and InEveryRoom will open. Free for MICA kids; $5 for public. Doors open at 7:30 p.m.
On Sunday, learn more about the next parent-disapproved drug at the salvia presentation at Tarantula Hill Esoteric Library, 2118 West Pratt Street. Johns Hopkins assistant professor Matthew Johnson will be among the presenters. Starts at 2 p.m.