Saturday's afterparty hot list

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THE OTHER 9 TO 5

Accomplished minimal techno and house out-of-towners from Berlin, Dusseldorf, Chicago and San Francisco include Nikola Baytala, Camea, Daze Maxim, Bruno Pronsato, Tim Xavier and more. Up and running 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. at River's Edge, 673 Franklin St., Detroit.

HOUSE-N-HOME:

Berlin's Panoramabar resident Cassy, sensational on the Main Stage at Movement '08, is a thrilling DJ performer. Didn't catch her last year? Now's your chance. Cassy is joined by Brooklyn's Anthony Parasole and Eric Cloutier (originally from suburban Detroit). At 9 p.m. at Oslo, 1456 Woodward Ave., Detroit.

NDATL MUZIK RELEASE PARTY

Accomplished minimal techno-house out-of-towners from Berlin, Dusseldorf, Chicago and San Francisco include Kai Alce', Andres and Chez Damier, underground legends all, pay high-octane tribute to KMS, Transmat, Metroplex, Planet E, Moods & Grooves and other D labels. At 1515 Broadway, Detroit.

STREET SCIENCE

The return of former Detroiter DJ Bone, hard techno purists SCAN 7, and a rare live set by Aux 88 head up a nice lineup of live and DJ talent at 9 p.m. at the Detroit Pub, 1326 Brush St., Detroit.

TORTURED SOUL LIVE

Funky Brooklyn-based three-piece in supper club setting with DJ sets by Jennifer Xerri, Powdr Blu and a live set by Joy of Sound. At 8:30 p.m. at Cliff Bell's, 2030 Park Ave., Detroit.

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