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RHYMES WITH RHYMES
—Grimes, the alter ego of Canadian musician Claire Boucher, makes dancey electronica full of gothy high-pitched girliness, evocations of Twins Cocteau and Aphex, and hooks a'plenty. Her chosen name is a gross misnomer—just look to her recent album, Visions, a pretty effin' spectacular record that's polished and sugary. No dirt there. CF
w/Elite Gymnastics, Myths; Doug Fir, 830 E Burnside, 9 pm, $16-18


IAN MALCOLM
—Few blockbusters are as much fun—and have held up as well—as Jurassic Park, Steven Spielberg's popcorn epic about what happens when velociraptors get into kitchens. See it this week as it was meant to be seen—on a big screen, in 35mm, with the T. rex's roars cranked up to rattle your brain. EH
Academy Theater, 7818 SE Stark, see Movie Times for showtimes, $4