Josh LaBelle, the Big Man over at Seattle Theatre Group, has talked about setting up dance and rock audiences on blind dates, and now he's testing the waters. The idea has definite promise if you can get the pairing right—why should Top 40 pop get all the moves? This pairing is a promising maiden voyage: the wry indie-pop of CAKE (they of the cutting lyrics and trumpet surprise); the joyful moroseness of Throw Me the Statue; and the driving, avant-pop dance of locust, led by local choreographer Amy O'Neal. Very promising indeed. (Moore Theatre, 1932 Second Ave, 877-784-4849. 8 pm, $63–$73, all ages.)