MOBB DEEP, BROTHERS FROM ANOTHER
(Doug Fir, 830 E Burnside) On the heels of the expanded, almost-20-year-anniversary reissue of Mobb Deep's classic The Infamous album, Prodigy and Havoc roll through town on the calendar's highest holy day. Never content to rest on their laurels, the hardcore East Coast rappers' influence courses through the pulse of hiphop today. NED LANNAMANN


ST. PAUL AND THE BROKEN BONES, LIZ VICE
(Wonder Ballroom, 128 NE Russell) Local gospel singer Liz Vice will command your attention—regardless of which fish decal you have plastered to your bumper, or how you feel when you watch Cosmos. With a voice that is at once omnipotent and intimate, set to lithe R&B and soul backdrops, Vice is causing a stir with her recent live performances, as well as her uplifting debut album, There's a Light, released by Portland's premier (only?) Christian record label, Deeper Well. Additionally, headliners St. Paul and the Broken Bones charm with their big, brassy soul, making for a night—originally scheduled at Mississippi Studios, but moved to the Wonder due to high demand—bound to light a dancing fire beneath your feet. RAQUEL NASSER


DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, TRASH TALK, RETOX, SHINING
(Hawthorne Theatre, 1507 SE César E. Chávez) If the collective reputation of the Dillinger Escape Plan and Trash Talk's live sets are any indication, don't expect this gig to be contained by a mere stage. Whether it's Trash Talk's front/wildman Lee Spielman scaling monitors and diving without fear, or Dillinger's singer/screamer Greg Puciato breathing fire and literally walking on the heads of his fans, there's bound to be some sort of full-contact activity to go along with the hardcore ferocity of both bands. Show up early to check out Justin Pearson from the Locust's new project, a stripped-down sonic assault known as Retox. KEVIN DIERS