(Barboza) Globe-trotting sonic muckraker Filastine returns to his former romping grounds. Now agitating with radical rhythms from Barcelona, Filastine—a former percussive storm trooper with Infernal Noise Brigade and ¡Tchkung!—has dropped some interesting polyglot albums for DJ /rupture's Soot label: Burn It and Dirty Bomb. His most recent album, 2012's Loot, further develops Filastine's humid, extreme hybrids from the global beat banquet. The man has myriad ways to disorient you in all senses of the word. Plus, bonus Noam Chomsky sound bites! Reliable local quartet Truckasauras are perhaps the smartest party-centric electronic act in the city, and they improve with every show (I've been keeping tabs). Have you scored their majestically melodic electro opus 2012 yet? What are you waiting for? Seattle DJ BizZaRa brings that stadium-trembling dubstep biz with which the kids are annoying you. It's the soundtrack for oldsters railing futilely against the folly of youth and the quaking of bass. AIRHORN. With Penny Wide Pupils.