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WUTHERING HEIGHTS
—There may be no musician quite as otherworldly as Kate Bush, whose avant-pop songwriting and unmistakable voice make her one of the most incredible (and under-sung) talents out there. Tonight a gallery of local bands pays homage, with covers performed by Parenthetical Girls, Neal Morgan, and plenty others. NL
w/Rocky and the Proms, Prescription Pills, & more; Holocene, 1001 SE Morrison, 8:30 pm, $5

SOUNDTRACKERS
—Portland spaghetti-western band Federale does what they were put on this earth to do: perform an original live score to the 1972 Italian western The Grand Duel, starring the colossally cool Lee Van Cleef as an ex-sheriff taking on bounty hunters. The Filmusik folks provide the dialogue and sound effects, so expect whistling and whip cracks and gunshots galore. NL
Hollywood Theatre, 4122 NE Sandy, Thurs-Sat 8 pm, $10-12