After two years of Thursday nights at Aristocrat's, the Living Mirror Collective is packing up the 1200s at Bent. (LMC plans to throw some one-off events and monthly gigs throughout 2004.) Ephraim Alexander & co. will say adios with a sizzling array of Seattle talent: IDM encyclopedia Jerry Abstract, experimental tech-house masters Aaron Bolton and Bruno Pronsato, Terso (jungle and techno), Misha Xanen and Imonk + Russ (tech-house), and Necron99 and Kbot Telly Jus10 (jungle). Aristocrat's Club, 220 Fourth Ave S, 748-9779, 9 pm-2 am, 21+, free.



Crucial in bringing club culture to Japan, this 37-year-old Japanese DJ/producer lent Asian flavor to house pioneers Frankie Knuckles and David Morales' Def Mix Production team in the late '80s. His knob-twiddling and keyboard work have appeared on an absurd profusion of releases by people like Michael and Janet Jackson, U2, David Bowie, Mariah Carey, Madonna, Björk, and Technotronic. But as a DJ and recording artist, Tomiie operates far deeper in the underground. His full-length debut as a producer, Full Lick (Columbia, 1999), features guest vocals from ex-Sneaker Pimps frontwoman Kelli Ali, Diane Charlemagne (best known for her soulful melismatic vox on Goldie's Timeless), and male house fixtures Robert Owens and Cevin Fisher. The disc welds both understated crooning and over-the-top belting to brooding progressive house and slick breakbeat concoctions that tickle your inner drama queen. Behind the decks, Tomiie delivers the big anthems you'd expect from a guy with a Global Underground: NuBreed CD in his discography. Tomiie makes his Seattle debut tonight with a four-hour set. Don't forget to stretch before you hit the dance floor. With DJ Chronus. Last Supper Club, 124 S Washington St, 748-9975, 9 pm-2 am, 21+, $10 for first 100 people, $15 thereafter.



Obelus--local live electronic duo Adam Pessl and Jason Goessl--have nobly started a night that spotlights Seattle's electronic and experimental underground musicians. They promise that REMIXED will explore "atmospheric and ambient soundscapes with DJs, live acoustic, laptop composition and free improvisation." Expect more coverage of this endeavor soon. Capitol Hill Arts Center, 1621 12th Ave,, 21+, $5.

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