Wednesday Sept. 30
MY MORNING JACKET
[ALT-GLORY] Maybe you stopped following My Morning Jacket after it got adopted by the jam-band crowd, but the glistening, vaguely spiritual The Waterfall is one of the year's more unduly overlooked records. Keller Auditorium, 222 SW Clay St., 248-4335. 7 pm. $46.50. All ages.
Thursday Oct. 1
[MOD-PLUS] Through his long career, Paul Weller has expressed a ridiculous range of influence, from the Jam's power pop to the Style Council's blue-eyed soul. Even this year's Saturns Pattern finds him jumbling up exhaustive interests, referencing his past while adding shoegazey guitar gloss. Wonder Ballroom, 128 NE Russell St., 284-8686. 8 pm. $33 advance, $35 day of show. 21+.
Friday Oct. 2
BIKE PORTLAND ANNIVERSAY
[BIKES] The BikePortland blog celebrates two years of duck scoundrels and bike heroes at Portland's pre-eminent bike-shop bar, Velo Cult. Expect cake, food, drinks, music, a prize raffle and plenty of bikey feelings. Velo Cult, 1969 NE 42nd Ave., 922-2012. 6 pm.
LOSE YR MIND
[FESTIVAL] This two-day garage-psych extravaganza pairs local favorites like Grandparents and Psychomagic alongside some renowned West Coast thrashers, with a headlining set from art-damaged L.A. noise-punks No Age. AudioCinema, 226 SE Madison St., loseyrmind.com. 9 pm. $10 per day. 21+. Through Oct. 4.
Saturday Oct. 3
WILLAMETTE WEEK'S BEER PRO/AM
[BEER] For the third year, established breweries pair with homebrewers to create one-time, oft-experimental beers. Past favorites included barrel-aged Belgians, Neapolitan ice cream-themed ales brewed with hefeweizen yeast, and silky coffee milk stouts. North Warehouse, 723 N Tillamook St., wweek.com/beerproam. 1-6 pm. $27. 21+.
Sunday Oct. 4
ORQUESTA BUENA VISTA CLUB
[CUBAN DANCE] 1997's Buena Vista Social Club created a second life for many of Havana's aging musical legends. The surviving crew will retire after 2015, making this your last chance to hear some of the most beautiful music in this hemisphere on American shores. Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, 1037 SW Broadway, 248-4335. 7 pm. $40-$72. All ages.