Tuesday, April 26

* Turbo Talks, musician edition
* Artist Joan Jonas in conversation at Phi Centre
* Mobb Deep play Olympia
* Arts & Laughs Tuesdays at Comedyworks
* TV Girl plays Casa with Radiant Baby


Mobb Deep

Turbo Haus offers the third edition of their panel discussion series Turbo Talks, tonight’s topic being Post-Apocalypse Rock: a Practical Guide to Functioning as a Musician in the Year 2016 with artist/musician Ohara Hale of Nancy Pants, promoter Dave Boucher of Extensive Enterprise and Joni Sadler of CKUT and the Loose Fit Collective. 5011 Notre-Dame W., 6:30 p.m., $5

Influential American video and performance artist Joan Jonas is in town to open a new decades-spanning retrospective exhibition of her work at DHC/ART (which opens with a vernissage Wednesday evening), and tonight she’s at the Phi Centre for a conversation with curator Barbara Clausen. 407 St-Pierre, 7 p.m., free

NYC hip hop duo Mobb Deep mark their 20th anniversary with a tour entitled Hell on Earth, coming to Olympia with openers Narcy plus Mr. PhaYze Ft. Drex Nemesis, Fast Lane X King Steven and RYMZ DJ Psychology. 1004 Ste-Catherine E., 8 p.m., $50.10/$75.10 with meet & greet (taxes and service fees included)

The Brunch Club brings the comedy and the crowd brings the art at Arts & Laughs Tuesdays. Tonight’s theme — crushes — should inspire a little stand-up gold by Jacob Greco, Maica Armata Macky and Morgan O’Shea, among others. Note that art supplies are provided on site! Comedyworks (1238 Bishop), 8:30 p.m., $5

L.A. indie pop band TV Girl plays Casa with locals Radiant Baby (aka Félix Mongeon). 4873 St-Laurent, 9 p.m., $9/$12

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