Trash The Place.

Earlier this week, the Mars One mission narrowed down its list of applicants to 100 finalists. For those unfamiliar, the mission would send a handful of Earthlings on a one-way mission to, hopefully, colonize Mars in 2024.

Didn't get picked for voluntary exile? Don't fret too long, as there's lots of exciting things taking place on your current planet — all of which will allow you to return home at the end of the night. — Cory Graves

Trash Talk at Dada
Attending a Trash Talk set, for all intents and purposes, is a contact sport. Surely, by know, the band's crowds know what they're getting into just by walking in the door. For instance, on the band's last swing through town, frontman Lee Spielman masterfully served as the circle pit's master of ceremonies, encouraging all that vigor from his perch just above it. He'd enter that fray, too, and lead it in his own right. Toward the end of his band's set, Spielman led his crowd onto the street in front of the venue, climbed onto the roof his band's suddenly poor excuse for a touring vessel and front-flipped onto the outstretched arms of the audience that had followed him out there. If Spielman doesn't have a permanent death wish going, he certainly did in that moment. Alas, his crowd caught him. Thankfully, we've got pictures to prove it happened. — Pete Freedman

Smoke Paint at Dan's Silverleaf
Daniel Markham frontman Daniel Markham and Tony Ferraro + The Satans of Soft Rock frontman, Tony Ferraro, recently unveiled a new collaborative project and 10-track album called Smoke Paint. Check out the duo's first single here, and catch its first live outing later tonight. — CG

The Last Two People on Earth at Eisemann Center
Lest you thought Mandy Patinkin was here solely to attend Alamo Drafthouse's quarterly Princess Bride quote-a-long screening, think again. Patinkin and co-star Taylor Mac's new two-man show makes its world premiere at the Eisemann Center, where it'll run the next couple weeks. Be prepared to die. — CG

The Blasters at Trees
The Blasters, is a self-described “American Music” trio that formed in 1979 and never really earned itself the attention it probably deserved. Far as we can tell, it means they play a mix of blues, rockabilly, early rock and roll, and rhythm and blues. Oh well, the old favorites are still rocking and rolling on this 2015 tour, which brings the band not only to Denton last night, but to Dallas this rockin' eve. — Lauren Rushing

Strangers on a Train at The Magnolia
Alfred Hitchcock delivers all the chills and thrills you love him for with his 1951 film Strangers on a Train. Rated 8.1 out of 10 stars on IMDb, it's worth checking out — or watching again — on Tuesday. The Magnolia will have two showings, one at 7:30 p.m. and another at 10 p.m. — Carly Seitz

Time Lord Tuesday at The Underpass
Adults enjoy dress up too. They just prefer to call it cosplay. So whether you regularly attend events in costume or you're new to the idea, have no shame, and come out to The Underpass Tuesday to embark on a Doctor Who cosplay adventure. There will be drink specials, a Doctor Who marathon and a costume contest, so dress to impress. — CS

Rocco DeLuca at House of Blues
Alt-popper Rocco DeLuca was once backed by a four-piece band. These days, though, he's fully solo. Tonight, he'll be rocking the House to celebrate his new album self-titled album. Ask him about his Modern Life if you get the chance. — Chase Whale

To find out what else is going on today, this week and beyond, check out our events page.

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