Friday, April 18, 2014

This Weekend

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  • Music Video: Oneohtrix Point Never

    The electronic DJ/producer teams up with visual artist Nate Boyce for a blazing multimedia performance.

    Never say never: No need to pregame, the trippy slow-mo acid trip of "Replica" should prep you just fine.

    Fri 7:30-9p. Institute of Contemporary Art, 100 Northern Ave., Seaport (617-478-3100). $15-18 here.

    Nearby: The Barking Crab;
    Tavern Road; Trade

  • Mexican Morning: Brunch at Barrio Cantina

    Beat your Friday tequila hangover with a south-of-the-border Saturday brunch.

    Tequila sunrise: Soft-poached eggs with spicy duck and green chile hash is worth getting up for.

    Sat-Sun 10a-4p. Barrio Cantina, 1363 Boylston St., Fenway (617-753-4100). 

    Nearby: Tasty Burger; La Verdad; The Baseball Tavern

  • Big Screen: Boston Underground Film Festival (pictured)

    The city's best undiscovered and avant garde filmmakers rise to the surface at the Brattle all weekend.

    Hot ticket: Amidst the 20-plus films showcased, there many potentially great ones, but only one Samurai Cop.

    Tonight-Sun. Brattle Theatre, 40 Brattle St., Harvard Square (617-876-6837). Full schedule and tickets here.

    Nearby: Charlie's Kitchen; The Sinclair; Noir

  • Woo Ha-Ha: Brew Woo

    Spend the afternoon taking down more than 25 beer taps from Mass and beyond.

    Brew and chew: The event features live music and food from Smokestack Urban BBQ, Sweet T Southern Kitchen and more.

    Sun 2p. DCU Center, 50 Foster St., Worcester (508-755-6800). $30 here.

    Nearby: Citizen Wine Bar; Armsby Abbey; Brew City Grill

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