Claudio Simonetti's Goblin
Dario Argento’s 1977 horror classic Suspiria wouldn’t be the same without the bone-chilling soundtrack of Italian prog band Goblin. Between those iconic synth melodies, menacingly twinkling bells, percussion that clatters like a ghost at the window and drones like it’s coming from the bowels of hell, ghoulish moans, choirs of heaving sighs, and folksy guitar riffs, Goblin made every moment of Argento’s film feel like a vivid, continuous, and claustrophobic dream. Just in time for the release of Luca Guadagnino’s new Suspiria remake, Claudio Simonetti’s Goblin—an offshoot led by founding keyboardist Simonetti—is coming to town to perform their score during a live screening of the original movie. (7 pm, Hawthorne Theatre, $15-25) CIARA DOLAN

Portland Trail Blazers vs. Boston Celtics
The Trail Blazers close out their second home stand of the season with a Sunday night game against Kyrie Irving and the Celtics. (6 pm, Moda Center)

Brian Posehn
Forever Nerdy is beloved comedian, actor, and writer Brian Posehn's celebratory memoir about growing up as an outsider and remaining a giant nerd as a 52-year-old husband and father. (2 pm, Powell's City of Books, free)

The Grammy-nominated reggae artist and beatboxer who came up in the jam-band scene returns to Portland for a pair of acoustic sets at the Aladdin Theater. (7 pm & 10 pm, Aladdin Theater, $45)

Sci-Fi Authorfest 12
Your chance to meet, mingle, and get books signed by Sci-Fi authors Seanan McGuire, Brent Weeks, Spencer Ellsworth, Mike Moscoe, Devon Monk, Daniel H. Wilson, Kat Richardson, and many others. Visit for a complete list of authors. (4 pm, Powell's Books at Cedar Hills Crossing, free)

WIBG, Hooveriii
The wonderfully garage-y Portland favorites WIBG are a model of consistency. Frontman Justin Fowler’s manic guitar leads the charge, squirting bizarre squeals in walls of effects. The rhythm section is renowned, too, and bassist Samuel Farrell and drummer Daniel Galucki provide a rock-solid foundation for Fowler’s unrestrained six-string dalliances. (8 pm, Rontoms, free) RYAN J. PRADO

Pop + Puppetry 6
Portland puppet production company Beady Little Eyes break out the felt and googly eyes and combine forces with local artists Floating Room, Bryson Cone, and the 1939 Ensemble to bring you a night of original puppet theater set to experimental pop sounds. (8 pm, Holocene, $10)

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Elly Swope, Deathlist, Saroon
Portland multi-instrumentalist and singer/songwriter Elly Swope brings her upbeat indie rock and pop through Turn! Turn! Turn! for a hometown show celebrating the release of her debut EP, It Feels The Same Everytime. Likeminded locals Deathlist and Saroon round out the proceedings. (8 pm, Turn! Turn! Turn!)

David Shields
In Nobody Hates Trump More Than Trump, David Shields offers up a summation of our troubling political landscape by examining it and skewering it on psychological, philosophical, and satirical levels. Shields will be joined in conversation by Whitney Otto, author of Eight Girls Taking Pictures. (7:30 pm, Powell's City of Books, free)

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