It’s almost impossible to describe all the varieties of music the rotating (tee-hee) crew of DJs at An Tua Nua play for their end of the week Superstition audio-visual dance nights. We could tell you they play future-pop, new wave, electro-goth-funk, sound virus, and other genres we didn’t even have to make up, but there’s really no point, so long as you know about one group on their extensive DJ list: Morris Day and the [Motherfuckin’] Time. Screw Prince. Do you know what The Time’s first (and only) album was? It was called “What Time Is It?” That’s right, they were seeing-what-you-did-there before the internet even existed.
[Fri 9.30.11. 835 Beacon St., Boston. 617.262.2121. 10pm/21+/$5-$10. @AnTuaNuaBoston. superstitionboston.com]