London electro-rockers Does It Offend You, Yeah? lay down some pounding dance punk at the Bell House tonight. The gang's been compared to LCD Soundsystem and Digitialism and will move to a much larger stage tomorrow when they open for nu metal throwback Linkin Park at Madison Square Garden. $19 tickets here. 7:30 p.m.
Even if you quickly split up with "The Marriage Ref," it's worth checking out the celebrity-laden reality show's host Tom Papa at 92Y Tribeca. Papa is Jerry Seinfeld's protege after all, and will be joined by Ted Alexandro, Ben Lerman and Sherrod Small at tonight's installment of the "Comedy Below Canal" showcase. $12 tickets here. 9 p.m.
Belgian techno D.J. Ramon Tapia makes his American debut at Cielo. Tapia's work for Munich label Great Stuff runs toward the minimal, but his rambunctious party sets are known for their range. Jose Velez and Steve Cox warm up the decks. $12 tickets here. 10 p.m.
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