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At the Moksha Art Fair multimedia main event. Seventh Circuit Studios, 228 NE 59th St., Miami. Doors open at 8 p.m. Tickets cost $40 in advance, $50 at the door. 305-757-7277; mokshafamily.com.
TV Baby and Jailbait. TV Baby is a shadowy, lone figure with a vague connection to A.R.E. Weapons and a muttering style of singing, like Lou Reed rambling over experimental electro. Arielle Castillo
Max Fish at O.H.W.O.W. Bar is open 6 p.m. to 4 a.m.
OK Go performs again at Design Miami/.
King Britt performs again in the lobby of the Gansevoort South.
Sunday, December 6
Millionyoung. The term chillwave might have been coined sarcastically by the parody blog Hipster Runoff, but the music blogosphere has taken it and run with it. Delivering a sort of 2k9 reiteration of the old "down-tempo," these producers are influenced more by Animal Collective than Massive Attack, and create tracks with a distinctly tropical flair. Coral Springs' Millionyoung is South Florida's own entry into the fray and one of the few artists in the genre who actually lives in year-round sunshine. Arielle Castillo
Jesse Rose. The hipster-approved, Berlin-based thumping house producer plays an event sponsored by — what else? — Scion. The real star here, though, is Rose's label, Made to Play. Each of the artists performing this Sunday (with the exception of local hero Induce) has put out tracks with the imprint, and they're all cheeky and intelligent. Click here for more about Rose. Arielle Castillo
With Riva Starr, Zombie Disco Squad, Oliver $, Idiotproof, and Induce. Rokbar, 1905 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Doors open at 11 p.m. Ages 21+ with ID. Admission is free with RSVP at scion.com/avrelease.