HAPPY DUNGEON FAMILY—The last decade has been good to Cee-Lo. But with Danger Mouse palling around with James Mercer now, Cee-Lo and fellow Goodie Mob alum Big Gipp have returned to the group where they made their name. It's good to see the boys back together again. DB w/Animal Farm, Kenny Mack, Diezel P; Roseland, 8 NW 6th, 8 pm, $22, all ages

BROTHERS IN ARMS—Tonight, Loch Lomond's Ritchie Young performs with his bros as Fourever Young at Back Fence PDX's second Entertainment for People show, alongside stories from Arthur Bradford and Nathaniel Boggess, sketch comedy, and a SCRAP gardening demo. AR The Woods, 6637 SE Milwaukie, 8 pm, $10-14


FOTH—Everyone's favorite hipster soap opera returns for a sixth season of roommate drama, romantic anxiety, and low-level substance abuse. Basically, Fall of the House is like your life, only funnier, and you don't have to deal with the consequences. The season starts tonight and unfolds episodically over the next month, so now's the time to get on board. AH Theater! Theatre!, 3430 SE Belmont, Fri-Sat 10:30 pm, Sun 8 pm, $12, through March 21,

PASSPORT—After taking listeners by surprise with a strong and assured debut, Foreign Born returned with an even better second album, the marvelous Person to Person. The LA band's globe-trekking pop anthems are expertly crafted, with rich arrangements that take you across the border to distant, exotic lands. NL w/Free Energy, Yeah Great Fine; Mississippi Studios, 3939 N Mississippi, 9 pm, $10-12


DRUM EATER—Under the equipment-chomping moniker Boy Eats Drum Machine, Jon Ragel plays the role of a spastic one-man band, equal parts giddy rock frontman and scratch-happy DJ. His latest, Hoop + Wire neatly balances his charming exuberance with an everything-but-the-kitchen-sink approach to musical composition. EAC w/Finn Riggins, Brothers Young; Doug Fir, 830 E Burnside, 9 pm, $8-10

CHOWDA—You can't lose with clam chowder and beer. So when area pubs compete for chowder supremacy at Lompoc's Chowder Challenge, everyone's a winner. Part of the Fifth Quadrant's brand-new Seafoodpalooza. PAC Fifth Quadrant, 3901-B N Williams, noon-6 pm, FREE ($10 to taste), all ages


BIKE SWAP—Factoid! Studies show that not owning a car saves you $9,242 a year. That means you've got buckets of money to spend at the Northwest Trail Alliance bicycle swap meet, where you can buy or sell everything from chainrings and handlebars to entire vintage bikes. It's like a flea market for attractive people. SM Sandbox Studio, 420 NE 9th, 10 am-3 pm, $2-5 (FREE after 2 pm)

SEA DOGS—Another phalanx of melancholic Swedish pop singers are mounting an offense tonight, led by inimitable, sometimes Lykke Li-collaborator El Perro del Mar, and joined by the quirky Taken by Trees, famous in part for covering the likes of Guns N' Roses and Animal Collective. MS Doug Fir, 830 E Burnside, 9 pm, $12-15

SAX ATTACK—I hate to say I pick my sax players based on their attire and sunglasses, but that doesn't mean it's not true. And I like legendary tenor saxophonist Pharoah Sanders—who played with Coltrane—for lots of other reasons. MD Newmark Theatre, 1111 SW Broadway, 3 pm, $31-62.75


LA REVOLUCION!—The Portland Northwest College of Art has been taken over by revolution! PNCA's current art show, Signs of Change, is a sprawling, excellent collection of media from resistance movements around the world, from anti-Soviet posters to anti-apartheid T-shirts. This goes way beyond Che Guevara baseball caps. SM PNCA, Feldman Gallery, 1241 NW Johnson, 9 am-9 pm, through March 19

SHOW OFF—Portland is the last stop for America's Got Talent auditions. Think you're the next Susan Boyle? Seeking validation—or humiliation—in front of a prime-time audience? Warm up those pipes! They're also looking for "animal acts, family groups, and things you can do with your body." You've got 90 seconds. SK Oregon Convention Center, Hall D, 777 NE MLK, Sun Feb 28-Mon March 1, FREE, register at


THROW THEM STONES—Curling combines the precision of bowling, the ice of hockey, and the attire of reading a book. It is a sport of kings played by Canadians. At an open house led by the Evergreen Curling Club, you too can learn to wicky wacky woo before the next big bonspeil. JC Lloyd Center Ice Rink, 953 Lloyd Center, Sun Feb 28 & Tues March 2, 6:30 & 7:40 pm, $10,

EVAN ALMIGHTY—It's a shame about Evan. Lemonheads frontman Evan Dando has undergone a hit (anything from It's a Shame About Ray) or miss (just about everything else) career, with plenty of gossip-filled breaks in between. His live shows are just as unpredictable; sometimes you get a confusing mess of mumbled songs, and other times you'll be blessed with unforgettable material from the most charismatic voice in alt-rock. It's worth the risk. EAC w/Headlights, Milo Jones; Doug Fir, 830 E Burnside, 9 pm, $13-15


LOOK BACK IN ANGER—Aside from making some incredibly bizarre, occult-fixated films, Kenneth Anger was also one of the first openly gay film directors in Hollywood. Watch as local bands like Purple Rhinestone Eagle rescore Anger's sex- and magic-soaked celluloid classics at Fin de Cinema. PAC w/Eternal Tapestry, Wilderness, DJ Nate C; Holocene, 1001 SE Morrison, 8:30 pm, FREE ($2 suggest donation)

OVERACHIEVERS—While most boys are busy building forts and protecting themselves from cooties, the Vienna Boys Choir is busy working on their own arrangements of Haydn waltzes and Strauss polkas and trying to hit that impossibly high E before puberty kicks in. But can they keep their nails clean while doing so? RN Marylhurst University, St. Anne's Chapel, 17600 Pacific Hwy, Wed March 3 & Thurs March 4, 7 pm, $95