Q-Tip, one-third of Queens hip-hop game changer A Tribe Called Quest, found a home behind the turntables after the group disbanded, playing some of the hottest parties in Manhattan, most notably the dawn-breaking Friday night parties at Santos Party House. This Wednesday, July 17, Q-Tip’s latest party night, Offline, hops the river and lands at Williamsburg club Output for a weekly dance party, though the velvet rope policy maintains some of Manhattan nightlife’s signature trappings: men are wise to arrive with women, and the elusive dress-to-impress dress code is strictly enforced at the door. But once inside, you’ll be rewarded with Q-Tip’s eclectic blend of genres and decades, from Barry White to Lil Wayne. Break out those boogie shoes and take a turn on this North Brooklyn dance floor as the Tribe MC spins some of his favorites. Tickets are $10 in advance or $15 at the door. It’s one of this week’s best concerts, which you can find more of here.