1. Mark Ronson
October 5 at Webster Hall
Foreigner guitarist Mick Jones’s son has risen above his rock-royalty roots to become an adept turntablist whose eclectic taste (and collaborations with Lily Allen, Amy Winehouse, and the like) makes him one of the most indie-friendly spinners on the scene.
2. DJ Krush
October 4 at Highline Ballroom
Japan’s premier D.J. (a onetime yakuza gangster) leans toward instrumental tracks featuring subterranean hip-hop from his homeland and abroad.
3. “Dance Music Invasion”
October 2 through 7 at Various Venues
For lovers of all things electronic and ecstatic, Larry Tee’s inaugural bonanza brings heavy hitters in multiple genres, from exuberant Latin-house mainstay Louie Vega to trance superstar Ferry Corsten.