Don't Let The Days Go By.
“Sometimes I question if this is real, then I grab on that ass and I firmly believe it.”
In case you haven't been hit with a barrage of texts like the one above, just know that thanks to the new Drizzy app, it's now possible to text your friends using nothing but Drake lyrics.
It can be especially helpful if you want to drop a line like, “'bout to call your ass a Uber, I got somewhere to be,” like, say, one of the following places. — Cory Graves
Bush at South Side Ballroom
Back in October, just a couple months shy of the 20th anniversary of the release of six-time Platinum album Sixteen Stone, Bush released its sixth studio album, and second since reforming in 2010, following an eight-year hiatus. For those keeping score at home, drummer Robin Goodridge is the only member aside from frontman Gavin Rossdale left hanging on from the band's heyday. Theory of a Deadman and Stars in Stereo open. — CG
Torche at Dada
It's AD 2015, and the city has been overrun by bloodthirsty robots. The only chance for survival is the members of Torche and their blasters. That's the premise, at least, for the new Torche vs Robots video game, which serves as something as a music video for “Annihilation Affair,” the first single from the band's new record for Relapse Records. You're bound to hear it more than a few times should you accept the mission of dashing and blasting your way to the finish line. You're bound to hear it in real life, too, should you head out to the band's headlining set tonight at Dada. Nothing, fresh off last month's Red Bull Sound Select show open alongside Wrong. — CG
Karate Kid at Sundown (Free)
You've seen The Karate Kid about a million times by now. Hell, you probably saw it earlier this week when Alamo Drafthouse screened it. So, for this Whiskey Wednesday screening at Sundown, we'll fill you in on the rules for the Karate Kid Drinking Game. 1) Take a drink every time Mr. Miyagi says, “Daniel-san” 2)Take a drink every time a Cobra Kai yells, “Sensei.” 3) Take a drink every time a racist little Asian flute plays in the background when Miyagi's on screen. 4) Take a shot every time you see a bonsai tree. 5) Get somebody else to drive you home. — CG
Chris Brown, Trey Songz, Tyga at American Airlines Center
Ladies and boy fans, your favorite — or quite possibly your least favorite — R&B solo artist is back in town, making good on the show he cancelled a few months back. Even so, Chris Brown's lucky his current “Between the Sheets” tour with Trey Sonz and Tyga is still happening at all. Currently on probation stemming from a number of recent incidents, the performer was recently denied entry to Canada due to his ongoing legal troubles. Lucky us, I guess. — Lauren Rushing
The Fly and She's All That at Alamo Drafthouse
Tonight at Alamo, catch a screening of the twisted tale of love between beauty and hideous four-eyed beast. They'll also be showing The Fly. — CG
Hotel Broslin Presents: Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood at Rubber Gloves (Free)
Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood is a movie about a group of friends who find themselves in a sticky situation when they come across a treasure chest of gold coins that an evil leprechaun claims ownership of. The movie may have only a 3.9/10 star rating on IMDb, but it's free to see it at Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios this Wednesday, so if you have nothing better to do and/or you're broke, why not watch it, right? — Carly Seitz
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