5 things to do today: Monday, June 10



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Kate Boy

Kate Boy

Porn and Chicken Chicago loves throwing the word rage around when talking up rock-fueled DJ parties. It also likes throwing said parties on Mondays. Tatted-up residents Phives, Dan Dwyer and Orville Kline keep the raging Monday tradition alive, spinning banging electro and bass music while revelers gnaw on chicken wings and ogle skin flicks. Evil Olive. 10pm. $5.

Kill All Comedy West The Kill All Comedy producers bring their night of anything-goes sketch comedy to Logan, but they throw stand-up into the mix. Quenchers Saloon. 8pm.

collision_theory Collision_theory, a part of Link Hall's Artistic Associates program, is a series of improvised performances where musicians and dancers—with little collaborative experience—are paired to create an impromptu show. The series was created in 2009 by Rachel Damon and Dan Mohr and has showcased artists from across the U.S. in over 20 shows and workshops throughout Chicago. Links Hall at Constellation. 7:30pm. $10.

Salonathon Jane Beachy invites the city's strangest and queerest performers and provocateurs to take over West Town. Folks like Big Dipper, Jyldo, DAAN and Trandroid have so far kept this party weird and wonderful. Beauty Bar. 9pm.

Kate Boy Based in Stockholm and boasting an Australian singer, Kate Boy is next off the line from whatever magical Swedish electro-pop factory churned out Robyn and the Knife. Balancing the candy and severity of those two respective acts, this particular four-piece comes to the States on the back of an androgynously sexy, pulsing EP, Northern Lights. Schubas. 8pm. $13.

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