Pussy Riot under attack in Sochi, 2014
Check out musician Alex Nevsky’s pop-up shop on the Main, set up to celebrate the launch of his new album Nos Eldorados with an art expo by Cath Leporte (who designed the album cover) plus daily special guest performers. Tonight, expect DJ sets by Nevsky and Ariane Moffatt. 3770 St-Laurent, 11 a.m.–8 p.m. with DJ sets from 6 p.m.
The Cinémathèque québécoise presents the third and final film of their November series of Andy Warhol screenings: Chelsea Girls (1966), a collaboration with filmmaker Paul Morrissey documenting life at New York’s famed Chelsea Hotel starring several Warhol Factory regulars like Brigid Berlin, Nico, Ondine and International Velvet. 335 de Maisonneuve E., 7 p.m., $10/$9 students
Check out members of Russian activist collective Pussy Riot in conversation with George Stromboulopoulos at Place des Arts’s Théâtre Maisonneuve. For a taste of what they’ll be talking about — which is bound to take on special significance after last night’s American election debacle — read our interview with Pussy Riot’s Masha Alyokhina (about Trump, Putin and living under a repressive regime) here. 175 Ste-Catherine W., 8 p.m., $35.75/$51.25
Local electro-pop trio le Couleur launch a new record — P.O.P. — as part of the Coup de Coeur Francophone music festival, with opener Cliché. Théâtre Fairmount (5240 Parc), 8 p.m., $10
They say laughter is the best medicine, so if you’re feeling sick over last night’s election results, you may want to check out Bishop & Gags, a stand-up night at Mile End pub Bishop & Bagg, with sets by Abdul Butt, D.J. Mausner, Rachel Gendron, Habib Siam and more. 52 St-Viateur W., 9 p.m., PWYC
Little Italy bar Taverne Cobra is hosting its own edition of Hip Hop Karaoke, with members of Montreal’s Dead Obies behind the bar and on DJ duties before members of the crowd start lighting up the mic at 11 p.m.. 6584 St-Laurent, 9 p.m., $5