Rock out to the TV on the Radio concert in the Mainroom at First Ave. tonight (7:30 p.m., 18+, tickets $20), then get your dance on at Too Much Love at 7th St. Entry. There’ll be DJ sets from Win Win, Ron Darko, Roofeeo (who is currently touring with TV on the Radio), and as always, Minneapolis DJ SovietPanda, plus some special guest appearances. Tickets are $6 in advance, $8 at the door. 9 p.m. Show is 18+. 701 First Ave. N., Mpls., 612-332-1775. For more info, visit first-avenue.com.
Test your encyclopedic knowledge of musical hooks, guitar riffs, and break beats tonight at the Aster Cafe with Name That Tune! The competition, for the most part, follows the format of the popular show by starting off with some rounds featuring popular songs and then moving to the speed round where contestants get smaller and smaller snippets of the tunes. Entry into the competition costs $5, but that also gets you your first Fulton beer, and to keep the musical trivia flowing each additional beer is only $3. The fun starts around 7:30 p.m. 125 SE Main St., Mpls., 612-379-3138. For more info, visit astercafe.com.
Get a cut for a cause while benefitting the Animal Humane Society. Tonight Jungle Red Salon Spa Gallery plays host to one stop on world-record-breaking hairstylist Patrick Lomantini’s 50-state tour in an effort to raise money for animals in our community. A suggested donation of at least $20 is recommended, as the haircuts are all free, in hopes of raising at least $1,000 for the Animal Humane Society. The goal is to complete 50 cuts in 50 states in just 50 days. Learn more about Patrick’s journey at his blog and call to see if you can get an appointment. 1362 LaSalle Ave., Mpls., 612-870-0653.
Over the last ten years, Martin Devaney has been an integral part of the Twin Cities music scene, playing in many different bands—including Heiruspecs, Crossing Guards, and Roma di Luna, among others—and establishing Eclectone Records, which is home to many great local artists such as JoAnna James, the Tisdales, the Mad Ripple, and Little Man. Head to the Red Stag tonight to catch some of Devaney’s solo work while enjoying a cocktail at the Supperclub. Red Stag Happy Hour starts at 10 p.m., so you can enjoy $3 domestics, $4 select taps, $4 select cocktails, $4 Crispin Ciders, and $3 house wine ’til close. Music starts at 9 p.m. 509 1st Ave. NE, Mpls., 612-767-7766. More info on the Red Stag’s website.
If you missed this “greatest hits” show of sorts from local auteurs Sam Landman and Matthew Glover on Saturday, tonight’s your last chance to see some of their best work at the Bryant Lake Bowl cabaret. The multi-talented duo dubbed Pommelhorse regularly exercises its creativity through a variety of mediums—they had the runner-up best film at last year’s 48 Hour Film Festival—and bridge life and death with comedy, live music, and storytelling. This show features all their most played-out characters, including Herschel Douscheburg, Saul Douscheburg, Bruce Ritter (The Truth Spitter), Tarquin X, Francis “Fonts” Marquardt (the Font Comic), and more. Show starts at 7 p.m. Tickets are $12/$10 in advance or with Fringe button. 810 W. Lake St., Mpls., 612-825-8949. Get more info on Facebook.