Wednesday, March 14

* Guillaume Adjutor Provost retrospective
* Nailbomb perform Point Blank
* Storytellers Nisha Coleman, John Cotroc and Erica J. Schmidt at Yarn
* Times New Woman jazz collective
* Tunnel with Erika Angell and Remi-Jean LeBlanc

A vernissage at the Belgo’s Galerie Hugues Charbonneau displays a retrospective of artist Guillaume Adjutor Provost’s multidisciplinary installation works that reveal the distortability of historical and cultural facts. 372 St-Catherine W., #308, 5:00 p.m., free

Fans of heavy music are in luck: Phoenix metal band Soulfly is in town to play Point Blank, the one and only album by their leader Max Cavalera’s previous thrash metal act Nailbomb, released in 1994. Also on the bill are mighty Nashville experimentalists Today Is the Day, fellow Phoenix stoner punk band Lody Kong and NYC progressive/death metal act Uncured. Foufounes Electriques (87 Ste-Catherine E.), 7:30 p.m., $30/$35

Cagibi-based storytelling series Yarn holds its last edition at the soon-to-relocate Mile End institution, with storytellers Nisha Coleman, John Cotroc, Erica J. Schmidt and more sharing tales in a special evening dedicated to Cagibi memories and staff. 5490 St-Laurent, 8 p.m., $10

Petite-Patrie pub Yisst hosts a show with all-woman jazz collective Times New Woman. 901 St-Zotique E., 9 p.m., price unlisted

Montreal duo Tunnel — guitarist Francois Jalbert and drummer Kevin Warren of the Franklin Electric and John Jacob Magistery — play an atmospheric, jazz and folk-inspired style of electro/rock, and tonight they’re playing some new tunes at Quai des Brumes, accompanied by singer Erika Angell (Thus Owls) and bassist Rémi-Jean LeBlanc, with projections by Hamie Robitaille. 4481 St-Denis, 9:30 p.m., $10

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