Thursday, April 17

* Final day to vote for Best of MTL
* Sinister Cinema present The Battery
* 12 O’Clock Boys & Very Extremely Dangerous at the Phi Centre
* Zack Adams at the MainLine Theatre
* Canailles launch their album at Cabaret du Mile End
* Julianna Barwick plays Nomad Nation
* POMPe queer party at Katacombes

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Best of MTL

Today is the final day to vote in our annual Best of MTL survey. The poll closes at 11:59 p.m. tonight. Get on that!

Cineplex’s Sinister Cinema series presents Jeremy Gardner’s award-winning film The Battery, about two baseball players navigating post-apocalyptic New England. Forum Cinema (2313 Ste-Catherine W.), 7:30 p.m., $12.99

The Phi Centre screens 12 O’Clock Boys, an award-winning 2013 film about a notorious Baltimore dirt-bike gang (7:30 p.m.) and Very Extremely Dangerous, a documentary about Jerry McGill, a Memphis musician at the legendary Sun Records studio who led a double-life of crime (9:15 p.m.). 407 St-Pierre, $6.25/screening

Australian Fringe favourite Zack Adams is back in town with Zack Adams: A Complete History of Zack Adams. MainLine Theatre (3997 St-Laurent), 8 p.m., $12

Canailles launch their new album Ronds-points . Read our interview with the band here. Cabaret du Mile End (5240 Parc), 8:30 p.m., $20

See American indie folk artist Julianna Barwick and experimental synth bro Vasillus. Nomad Nation (129 Van Horne), 9:30 p.m., $15

Monthly queer party POMPe goes dark for the holidays with Bal en Noir, feat. DJs A-Rock, JNNBNNRCK and Like the Wolf, plus performances by Roscoe Stone and Lili la Terreure. Queer-goth, elektro-punk, fashion-cunt and princess-witch outfits = encouraged. Katacombes (1635 St-Laurent), 11 p.m., $5

Check out our complete listings for more great club, stage and gallery events.