Open Mike Eagle, Pan Amsterdam
Depending on the project, rapper/comedian/podcaster Open Mike Eagle could choose and mix any of his diverse vocations, but this is a music show so he’s bound to bring his flowing, nerdy “Art Rap” and his sometimes dark, always legit humor. This’ll be enough to tide us over until Comedy Central gets his New Negroes show—which he’s co-hosting with fellow comedian Baron Vaughn—on the air. (8 pm, Hawthorne Theatre, $15, all ages) SUZETTE SMITH

Blackalicious, 3rd Twin
The legendary Sacramento-hailing hip-hop duo headed up by the tongue-twisting styles of Gift of Gab and the old-school beats of Chief Xcel bring their latest tour to the Star Theater stage. 9 pm, Star Theater, $18)

Lily Allen
The English singer/songwriter brings her hip-hop and dancehall-leaning pop music back through town in support of her 2018 full-length, No Shame. (8 pm, Roseland, $28.50-40)

Mountain Man, The Dead Tongues
The indie folk trio headed up by Amelia Randall Meath (Sylvan Esso), Molly Erin Sarle, and Alexandra Sauser-Monnig bring their haunting, a cappella sounds through the Doug Fir in support of their recent full-length, Magic Ship. (5:30 pm, Doug Fir, $22)

The Goon Sax, Mope Grooves, Honey Bucket
We are all forever lost, torn between regret and longing, drifting in an ill-defined middle, trying to find the rope that leads to a solid future. Many of us first become aware of this blurred realm at the tail-end of our teens, when we are young enough to be excited about being anywhere new, even if it sucks. The Goon Sax expertly renders this electric ambivalence with deadpan anthems that combine jittery post-punk and wide-eyed twee pop. It would make you want to be young again if you didn’t know where youth eventually led. (8 pm, Polaris Hall, $10-12) CHRIS STAMM

B-Movie Bingo: China O'Brien
Your monthly opportunity to literally check off a bingo card full of B-movie clichés! This month: The triumphant return of the clock-cleaning queen of cock-knock, CYNTHIA ROTHROCK, in China O'Brien, directed by Enter the Dragon's Robert Clouse, who doesn't miss a single opportunity to utilize Utah as the most obvious of backdrops for this down-to-earth American story about an ex-cop avenging her father's murder by getting elected mayor before ascending to ULTIMATE WEAPON status and embloodening the killing streets of (checks notes) ...Beaver Creek. (7:30 pm, Hollywood Theatre) BOBBY ROBERTS

Rozwell Kid, Prince Daddy & The Hyena
Portland is a long way from Gainesville, Florida. That’s where Rozwell Kid and Prince Daddy and the Hyena are playing a punk festival in late October before setting out across the country and up the West Coast. The point is we should thank these two bands for their willingness to endure very long drives in a van, as well as for their excellent pop-rock music. Rozwell Kid’s from West Virginia, and their most recent album Precious Art is catchier than almost any other rock record released over the past couple of years. They conjure up Weezer vibes, man. And New York’s Prince Daddy are punk heroes, precisely because they deliver their hooky tunes with plenty of shredded, devil-may-care ’tude. A sweaty good time awaits. (9 pm, Mississippi Studios, $13-15) BEN SALMON

The Capitol Steps
The Washington DC-based political satire group known for their Government-skewering song parodies and comedy routines bring their act back to the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall for a special Election Night performance. (7:30 pm, Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, $35 & up)
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