Catching “Michael And Michael” at the Metro.

Plus DJ Spooky spins at the Abbey Pub and "Police, Adjective" screens during the Chicago International Film Festival.

BRING YOUR ISSUES TO THE METRO: Chicago-native Michael Ian Black is recognizable from MTV’s “The State,” VH1’s “I Love The …” series, “Wet Hot American Summer,” and his latest project, Comedy Central’s “Michael And Michael Have Issues,” which he stars in with Michael Showalter. The duo stops by the Metro as part of a live-show tour after finishing a critically acclaimed first season. 3730 N. Clark St.; Wrigleyville. 9 p.m. $24. 18 and older.

SPINNING TRIP-HOP AT THE ABBEY: Turntablist and trip-hop producer DJ Spooky plays the Abbey Pub, touring in support of his latest album and DVD, “The Secret Song.” Hopefully he’ll play some of his remixes of Chicago legend Wesley Willis, who died a little more than six years ago. (R.I.P.) 3420 W. Grace St.; Irving Park. Doors open at 8 p.m. and show starts at 9 p.m. $15 in advance and $18 at the door. 18 and older.

THE THIN BLUE LINE: The Chicago International Film Festival continues to roll this week, and Corneliu Porumboiu’s “Police, Adjective” screens tonight. This winner of the Cannes Un Certain Regard jury award follows a young cop who doesn’t want to bust a teenager for smoking some dope, but his hard-as-nails chief has other plans. AMC River East 21, 322 E. Illinois St.; River North. 6 p.m. $12.


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