Want ink? Check out this weekend’s Tattoo Pop Up event Atelier Lost Cause, which is also a print/studio sale. 3980 St-Denis, 1 p.m. (continues tomorrow, till 8 p.m.)
Anyone interested in or intrigued by the Situationist movement of the late 1960s will be drawn to Guy Debord’s 1967 film La societé du spectacle (which was, incidentally, an influence on British post-punk and the latest album by Montreal rappers Dead Obies), screening (in French) at la Passe this evening. 1214 de la Montagne, 6 p.m.
Arcade Fire drummer Jeremy Gara launches his debut solo album — an eclectic experimental piece of work called Limn — with special guests the Luyas (playing a set of new instrumental material) and Event Cloak. Fairmount Theatre (5240 Parc), 7 p.m., $12
The second anniversary edition of Body Meta, the “International Discothèque” night — ie. African funk, “habibi jamz,” international disco, cumbia and soul — expands into both rooms at Casa del Popolo, with guest DJs Asma and Francis Oak joining residents Dimitri and Nico Sé. 4873 St-Laurent, 9 p.m., free
See three local bands de qualité — Country, Yardlets and Taylor Hoodlum Stevenson — play the Fish tonight, and rumour has it that this will be Country’s last gig for a while, so check it! Secret location, 10 p.m., BYOB, no price listed
Queer dance party Lip promises a solid soundtrack by DJs Debbie Doe and Frankie Teardrop, visuals and PWYC and non-douche policies that should ensure a cheap and cheerful time for all. Bar le Ritz PDB (179 Jean-Talon W.), 11 p.m., $5 before midnight/$10
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