WE LOVE THE '70S—PBR and our beloved music blog End Hits present one of the funner nights of music you'll find this week: The 1970s, in which a cornucopia of great local talent (including Jim Brunberg, Mike Coykendall, members of the Swords and M. Ward's band, plus more) cover the best tunes from the best decade ever! WSH
Mississippi Studios, 3939 N Mississippi, 9 pm, FREE

POP!—The splendid volunteers of PDX Pop Now! have assembled one massive mamma jamma: a 41-track compilation brimming with Portland's finest. Let's celebrate! Land the CD and live acts—O Bruxo, Blue Skies for Black Hearts, Swahili, and Lost Lander—for a mere $10 admission. JL
Holocene, 1001 SE Morrison, 8 pm, $10, all ages


ANNIVERSARY VS. ANNIVERSARY—Two major birthdays go down tonight, each with a crap-ton of music: It's Holocene's eighth (headlined by the Miracles Club) and Tender Loving Empire's fourth (with Typhoon, Jared Mees, and more at the Wonder). Be a party athlete: Do both! MS
Holocene, 1001 SE Morrison, 8 pm, FREE; Wonder Ballroom, 128 NE Russell, 8 pm, $10, all ages

KRYPTONITE—Tonight, local podcasters Cort and Fatboy present their monthly midnight movie—and it's 1980's much-loved Superman II! Not only that, it's Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut, which restores a chunk of footage shot by Donner before he left the famously troubled production. Even that dick Lex Luthor wouldn't miss the chance to see this on the big screen. EH
Bagdad Theater, 3702 SE Hawthorne, 11 pm, $3, 21+


WONDALAND—We've been preaching the gospel of Janelle Monáe for years now, and we're pleased as punch to witness the sci-fi soul singer rise to the top of the pop music stratosphere. Joining her on the "Hooligans in Wondaland" tour is pompadoured headliner Bruno Mars and the sultry sounds of openers Mayer Hawthorne and the County. EAC
Rose Garden, 1 Center Court, 7:30 pm, $35, all ages

P-FUNK—DJ Anjali and the Incredible Kid hold down the monthly Andaz dance nights, playing the best in bhangra and Bollywood, and this month they're bringing Punjabi American funk/hiphop band BlackMahal to the party. Shake your booty to India and back! NL
Rotture, 315 SE 3rd, 9 pm, $7

ENTER THE DRAGON—Astonishingly talented costume designer Fuchsia Lin (fans include Björk, Karen O, and Paris boutique Colette) debuts a textile sculpture/performance titled Fantasy, Folklore, and Freshwater, inspired by dragons in Asian mythology. Consider this a sneak peek of a complete exhibition set for December at the Cleaners at the Ace Hotel. MS
Nationale, 811 E Burnside, #112, 4 pm, $3 suggested donation


GEEK CHIC—Susan Beal's World of Geekcraft combines two interests near to the heart of most Portlanders: Crafty shit, and nerdy shit. Whether it's D&D dice earrings or a quilt adorned with Morse code, Beal's sure-to-be-charming presentation covers a range of crafty techniques and geeky obsessions. AH
Powell's City of Books, 1005 W Burnside, 4 pm, FREE

ILLUMINATED—It's sunny, right? Well, let's pretend it is: Mississippi Studios is once again hosting their free summertime shows out on the Bar Bar patio, and this afternoon's the first of the Lumineers' month-long residency, with the Denver band offering their infectious folk anthems al fresco every Sunday this month. NL
w/Lincoln's Beard; Bar Bar, 3939 N Mississippi, 4 pm, FREE, all ages


AUSTEN-TATIOUS—In lieu of another game of whist, shall we take a turn around the parlour, my dear? Let us grab a cup of spirit and some hot cockles from the barkeep to chase away the vapors, as we sit down to test our Regency mettle at ShanRock's Triviology's Jane Austen pub quiz. So what was the name of Mr. Darcy's sister again? CF
Ella Street Social Club, 714 SW 20th Pl., 7 pm, FREE

BEACH BOYS—Want to hit the beach, but your current residence in the poorhouse won't permit it? The UK's Friendly Fires provides the get-happy tropical dance/pop/disco you need to whisk you away to another (more temperature-friendly) world. Bring a towel! (If not for the sand, for the sweat!) WSH
w/Wise Blood; Doug Fir, 830 E Burnside, 9 pm, $14-15


FLOCK ROCK—Break out the turquoise eye shadow and Flock of Seagulls hairstyle: Tonight the Hollywood Theatre hosts a new wave sing-along. It's like Depeche Mode karaoke, except it's with an entire theater full of skinny-tie types belting out all those beloved 30-year-old lyrics. SM
Hollywood Theatre, 4122 NE Sandy, 7:30 pm, $7

GAY PAREE—On the rare occasion that Woody Allen makes a decent movie these days, he should be rewarded—and by most accounts, his latest, Midnight in Paris, isn't just decent, but may even be great. The romantic comedy features an excellent cast—Owen Wilson, Marion Cotillard, Michael Sheen, Tom Hiddleston, and Adrien Brody—with director Allen, thankfully, back in fine form. EH
Various Theaters, see Movie Times.


SOUL(EY) MAN—Omar Souleyman? Oh, he's just your average mustachioed Syrian techno-pop superstar whose sound became the most unlikely of global sensations. Often working arm-in-arm with poet Mahmoud Harbi, Souleyman combines traditional Middle Eastern music with beats and synthesizers, a potent mix that caught the attention of his latest collaborator: Björk. EAC
w/DJ GlobalRuckus; Dante's, 1 SW 3rd, 9 pm, $15

WOOLLY DANCE—Scenester territory is infiltrated by performance art of the boldest sort tonight, as boundary-pushing contemporary dance troupe Woolly Mammoth Comes to Dinner joins Operative, Golden Retriever, and others for a sure-to-be inspired co-mingling of music, comedy, and dance. AH
Holocene, 1001 SE Morrison, 8:30 pm, $5