Tuesday, October 15

* Rhymes for Young Ghouls at FNC
* Reel Activism screening
* Ty Segall’s new band Fuzz
* Kafein poetry night
* Bonobo plays Metropolis
* Obscur 80s synth at NDQ

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Check out Jeff Barnaby’s feature debut Rhymes for Young Ghouls at the Festival du nouveau cinéma. Read our interview with him here. Cineplex Quartier Latin (350 Emery), 5:45 p.m., $12

Head & Hands presents Reel Activism, a series of free weekly documentary screenings in support of the newly relaunched Street Work Program. Tonight’s film is The Interrupters, about three individuals working to curb violence in Chicago. Centre Culturel Georges-Vanier (2450 Workman), 7 p.m., free but donations for the Street Work Program will be accepted

Catch the 10th edition of Kafein’s poetry night, where up-and-coming local poets throw down, plus music from DJ Noah Bick. 1429A Bishop, 8 p.m., free

Bonobo’s no stranger to Montreal, but if you haven’t managed to catch one of the British (Ninja Tune) producer’s shows, you can see him tonight. Metropolis (59 Ste-Catherine E.), 8:30 p.m., $30

San Francisco rawk hero Ty Segall formed a band called Fuzz, and they’re playing Montreal for the first time tonight. Openers are Toronto’s Teenagers and locals Holy Cobras. Il Motore (179 Jean-Talon W.), 9 p.m., $10/$13

If you like the classy side of early ’80s synth-pop, and the multitude of bands who’ve revived that sound lately, check out Obscur 80s with DJ AK-80, plus guests Hollie Hensman and D.E. George. Notre Dame des Quilles (32 Beaubien E.), 9 p.m., free

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