New York calls it a “revival,” but it’s actually a cannibal dinner party, a celebration of a musical legacy being devoured. No Wave has fallen prey to a ravenous city that hasn’t had a decent meal in two decades, and Ex Models are sitting at the head of the table. It’s a slender morsel—little more than a mouthful in rock history—but the bones of postpunk and garage rock have been picked clean, and people are still hungry. So sink your teeth into these atonal, dissonant guitars. Wrap your tongue around these deconstructed song structures. Put that quivering strand of Arto Lindsay’s flesh to your lips and wash it down with a warm glass of James Chance’s blood. After all, you are what you eat—so bon appétit! Close your eyes and take a bite when Ex Models play with Yeah Yeah Yeahs and the Kills at 8:30 p.m. at the Black Cat, 1811 14th St. NW. $10. (202) 667-7960. (Matthew Borlik)