Chanti Darling, Gold Casio, Guyaba
Chanticleer Trü and his beloved electro-soul outfit bring their danceable live show through the Doug Fir in support of their recent full-length, RNB Vol. 1.
9 pm, Doug Fir, $12-14
Immortal Technique comes from a long line of hip-hop truthsayers who carry the torch of infinite wisdom that was first lit by KRS-One, further fueled by Chuck D, and then detonated by Ice Cube. Beginning with the incendiary "Dance with the Devil" and then across four successive and critically acclaimed albums, Tech has developed a signature style that skillfully fuses battle rap acidity with intense book knowledge and an acute consciousness for global conspiracies. CHRIS SUTTON
9 pm, Star Theater, $20
Ollin: Social Justice Film Series
A film series presented by the Latino Network, “dedicated to exploring social justice themes through film” and featuring post-screening panel discussions. This week’s film: Frida, Julie Taymor’s 2002 colorful, sprawling biography of surrealist icon Frida Kahlo, featuring a career-defining performance from Salma Hayek.
7:30 pm, Hollywood Theatre, $7-9
The cult ska and rock institution out of Corvallis hit the Mississippi Studios stage for a rare reunion show, with special guests Courtney Taylor-Taylor of the Dandy Warhols and Tommy Thayer in tow.
8 pm, Mississippi Studios, $18-22
Small Million, So Sensitive, Mini Blinds
The Portland duo comprised of Ryan Linder and Malachi Graham spearhead a mid-week show at Holocene with their moody and rich blend of synth pop.
8:30 pm, Holocene, $8
Charlie Moses, Half Shadow, Sunbaby, Yard Waste
A benefit show for not one but three very important social charities: The Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization, Families Belong Together, and the Young Center LA. Enjoy an evening of dreamy, slightly psychedelic pop headlined by Charlie Moses and help a great cause.
8 pm, Turn! Turn! Turn!, $5
of post-hardcore up the coast in support of their new EP, Deaf Perception. Utah's NVM round out the proceedings with their own emo-tinged alt rock sounds.
8:30 pm, Dante's, $10
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