Old Time Relijun, Oh Rose
In Olympia in the early 2000s, Old Time Relijun shows were mystical freak-outs that invited all present to lose their dancefloor inhibitions. Part Captain Beefheart, part Screaming Jay Hawkins, and part no-wave party band, they tapped into rock ’n’ roll's transcendent possibilities in ways previously deemed lost and forgotten. When they were onstage, it was easy to believe they were creating something that had never existed before—a style of music the rest of us had only heard in our dreams. After a decade-long hiatus, Old Time Relijun is back for a short West Coast tour that kicks off in Portland to celebrate the band’s 23rd anniversary. (9 pm, Mississippi Studios, $16-18) JOSHUA JAMES AMBERSON

Cameron Esposito, Caitlin Weierhauser
This year Cameron Esposito accomplished her goal to displace aggro male comedians as the top browser result for the phrase “rape jokes” with her powerful special Rape Jokes, which has so far raised over $72,000 for RAINN. Never one to slow her roll, Esposito is already back on stage, touring a new live show. Person of Consequence touches on recent changes she’s weathered with the heartfelt humor we’ve come to expect from this brilliant comedian. (8 pm, Revolution Hall, $25, all ages) SUZETTE SMITH

The 12th Annual Oregon Music Hall of Fame Induction & Concert: The Kingsmen, Ural Thomas & the Pain, Monti Amundson
Oregon's music all-stars get some shine on under the Aladdin's lamp, with local legends The Kingsmen, Ural Thomas & the Pain, and Monti Amundson performing live. This Years Inductees include Monti Amundson, Dan Eccles, Freak Mountain Ramblers, The Rats, Ural Thomas, Dover Weinberg, Dennis Carter, Ed Doughterty, KISN Good Guys, and Michael & Peter Mott. (7 pm, Aladdin Theater, $30-110)

Boo Bomb V
If you love your throwbacks, the annual JAM’N 107.5’s Boo Bomb is the stuff of old school dreams, with a lineup that includes Ashanti and Ja Rule, Petey Pablo, the Luniz, and more! And rest assured they will all be trotting out the hits in front of an enthusiastic crowd that wants nothing more out of life than to party. Join them, won’t you? (7:30 pm, Moda Center, $25-85) WM. STEVEN HUMPHREY

Slang, Hutch Harris, WL
The newly-minted garage rock supergroup headed up by Quasi/Sleater Kinney drummer Janet Weiss, former Thermals bassist Kathy Foster, Viva Voce guitarist Anita Lee Elliott, and Modern Kin vocalist Drew Grow make their way to St. Johns for a hometown show at the Fixin' To. Fellow former Thermal Hutch Harris rounds out the proceedings with a rare solo set. (9 pm, The Fixin' To, $8-10)

Mommie Dearest
You're supposed to take Mommie Dearest seriously. You cannot possibly take it seriously, though. There is nothing about it that works on any intended level. But that is fine. That is how camp is made. Not the sort of camp where people are going over the top knowingly, winkingly—letting you know it's okay, we're all in on the joke, it's fine here. Not that chickenshit half-assed camp they got 'round Rocky Horror way. This is Faye Dunaway serving up weapons-grade camp in a form so undiluted Walter White would marvel at the purity of its chemical composition. And that's the whole point of seeing Mommie Dearest—because you're a cringe-addict, a purveyor of superlative pettiness, and when you jones for unapologetic, manipulative, emotionally ugly trash, Mommie Dearest will always deliver. (7 pm & 9:30 pm, Fifth Avenue Cinema, $4-5) BOBBY ROBERTS

Emma Willmann
The Winningstad Theatre serves up a night of stand-up with the Bridgetown Comedy Festival favorite and star of a recent Netflix quarter hour special. (7 pm, Winningstad Theatre, $25)

Party at the Square
A party for Portland, by Portland, for the benefit of Portland's many local businesses and charities, with live music, games, local food, and good beer. (10 am, Pioneer Courthouse Square, free)

Jump Jack Sound Machine: Apocalypse Edition
Holocene gets the Halloween festivities started early with an Apocalypse-themed installment of the popular recurring dance night. Shake your hips to the best in deep house, disco break, RNB, and boogie courtesy of DJ sets from Sappho, Chanti Darling, Soph, Phallus Johnson, Kyle Ford, and Ms Coco B, along with a special performance from Snakeoil, and visuals by Rak Salt. Hosted by Shitney. (10 pm, Holocene, $8-10)

An evening of electronica, dub, and trip-hop with the acclaimed London-based producer and musician who has worked with the likes of Sinéad O'Connor, Embrace, The Orb, and Brian Eno, while also maintaining a steady solo output of his own. (9 pm, Wonder Ballroom, $18-22)

Kyle, Tobi Lou
The quick-rising rapper/singer out of Los Angeles brings his infectious blend of hip-hop back up the coast in support of his debut full-length, Light of Mine. (9 pm, Roseland, $27-30, all ages)

Mos Generator, Holy Grove, Pushy, Hippie Death Cult
Holy Grove takes all the evil things from classic metal, doom, and blues and transforms them into a hulking beast—and that's just the rhythm section. Vocalist Andrea Vidal sings with power and precision, and guitarist Trent Jacobs unleashes riffs that are sludgy yet dexterous. (8:30 pm, High Water Mark, $7-10) MARK LORE

Saroon, Sheers, Kelli Schaefer
Saroon's music unfolds unhurriedly, using arpeggiated chords, dreamy studio effects, soft horn parts, honeyed backing vocals, and elongated melodies to build a comforting sound world. Imagine the Long Winters’ John Roderick fronting a drowsy baroque-pop band, and you’re in the right ballpark. (8 pm, Turn! Turn! Turn!, $7) BEN SALMON

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