Weekend Culture Compass — Private Dancer, Solid Gold and Steven Spielberg

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Private Dancer plays at the Turf Club this Saturday.

Private Dancer plays at the Turf Club this Saturday.

Mark Brenden

Friday Art âÄî ART MATters Amy Rice and Jennifer Davis (two of MinneapolisâÄô best illustrators) and more are making artful yoga mats to make your yoga experience even pertier. The event, led by Gorilla Yogis paired with the Soo Visual Arts Center, starts outside with music from DJ Sheik, and then itâÄôs indoors to do yoga on top of the sprightly yoga mats. Soo Visual Arts 2638 Lyndale Ave. S. 6 p.m. Free Music âÄî Solid Gold Everybody wants your money, but I promise you, Solid Gold just wants it more than everyone else. Gayngs mastermind Zach CoulterâÄôs hypnotic electro pop feels right at home in the hallowed walls of First Avenue. First Ave. 701 First Ave. N. 8 p.m. $14 Saturday Music âÄî Private Dancer, France Has the Bomb, Slapping Purses MinneapolisâÄô answer to the Black Lips, Private Dancer has the rock âÄònâÄô roll chops to get First Avenue bumpinâÄô. As do Neil Zumwalde-produced electro-dancers Slapping Purses and boldly named rockers France Has the Bomb. Turf Club 1601 University Ave. 8 p.m. $6 Sunday Music âÄî Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes âÄô00s-hippie anthem âÄúHomeâÄù is like KFCâÄôs new Double Down sandwich. The first bite rocks your world with its unprecedented goodness, but the taste deteriorates with each bite so that by the end of it, you are hucking it in the trash. Still a good show to go see though. First Ave. 701 First Ave. N. 7:30 p.m. 18+ Film âÄî Steven Spielberg: Father of the Blockbuster: âÄúRaiders of the Lost ArcâÄù The eerie here-I-come music that announced the arrival of âÄúJawsâÄù might as well have been the soundtrack to what the film did to the âÄô70s independent New Hollywood movement. Indeed, Steven Spielberg is the Father of the Blockbuster (you can thank him for âÄúTitanicâÄù and âÄúSpidermanâÄù). Go pay your respects at the Trylon and get some eye-candy as well with the classic âÄúRaiders of the Lost Arc.âÄù The Trylon 3258 Minnehaha Ave. 4:50 p.m., 7 p.m. Listen to this: Folksters Blitzen Trapper have a new installment called âÄúDestroyer of the VoidâÄù out this week. Meanwhile, Christina Aguilera has been a genie in a bottle and a Samaritan for reassuring you that you are, indeed, beautiful. Check out her new release, âÄúBionic.âÄù Watch this: MPLS.TV will now be putting content online every day. Of course, you would know that if you read Becky LangâÄôs profile this week. Eat this: The illustrious restaurant in the Guthrie (as well as A&EâÄôs favorite Beck album) Sea Change is having a Gastro Non Grata showcase with local guitarists Martin Devaney and Sheridan Fox. Drink this: Something about summer makes you want ginger. Maybe itâÄôs the rootâÄôs supposed health benefits, which come in handy during these drink and UV ray-filled days. Try SkyyâÄôs ginger vodka with some whiskey and ginger ale. Read this: Follow the hubbub surrounding The New York TimeâÄôs controversial profile of Sri Lankan-raised hip-hopper M.I.A. She hated how she was portrayed and tweeted the reporterâÄôs phone number. A bit much, but A&E thinks the article was snootier-than-thou and had it coming.