Natasha Kmeto, Small Million, Siren and the Sea
Tonight Portland synth-pop duo Small Million celebrates the release of their new EP Young Fools, a follow-up to 2016’s Before the Fall EP. Though it retains the bubbly, propulsive hooks of their debut, Small Million’s latest expands their scope with moodier melodies and lyrics that contemplate romance, isolation, and violence. They’ll be joined by local pop pillar Natasha Kmeto and Siren and the Sea, the oceanic moniker of songwriter Cristina Cano. (9 pm, Mississippi Studios, $10-12) CIARA DOLAN


Duckwrth, Deem Spencer, Fountaine
The up-and-coming rapper and songwriter out of L.A. brings "The Falling Man" Tour up the coast for an all-ages performance at Holocene. (8 pm, Holocene, $15-59, all ages)

Earth
Dylan Carlson and his experimental post-rock act out of Olympia swing through the Wonder Ballroom to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their acclaimed fifth studio album, The Bees Made Honey in the Lion's Skull. (8:30 pm, Wonder Ballroom, $18-20)

Jay Larson, Andy Wood
The Mission Theater presents an evening of stand-up with Los Angeles-based comedian Jay Larson. You might recognize Larson as a past Bridgetown Comedy Festival performer, from his podcast, The CrabFeast, or from his appearances on Conan, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, and This American Life, where he won over Ira Glass with his crowd-pleasing "Wrong Number" story. Bridgetown Comedy Festival co-founder and Portland favorite Andy Wood provides support. (8 pm, Mission Theater, $20-25)

Oddisee, Evidence, Warm Brew
Don’t let the laidback grooves fool you: Amir Mohamed el Khalifa—better known as Oddisee—isn’t afraid to tackle the big issues. The emcee/producer’s latest work, The Iceberg, offers a global perspective on humanity, politics, love, and life, sounding both retro-tasty and perfectly of this moment. (8 pm, Roseland, $22, all ages) NED LANNAMANN

Street Fighter V Tournament
Sure, there are other fighting games out there, but there is only one Street Fighter, and even if you haven't chucked a hadoken since 1992, watching some of Portland's best gamers go head-to-head to see who can hand out the most L's is gonna be enthralling. $10 to enter. Spectating is free. Blanka is the worst. (7 pm, Black Water Bar, free to spectate, $10 to enter)

Ulrika Spacek, Mint Field
The London-hailing quintet bring their post-punk and art rock sounds to the Doug Fir stage for the Portland stop on a North American tour supporting their new EP, Suggestive Listening. (9 pm, Doug Fir, $10-12)

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