-- Of Montreal: Someone was talking of this art-rock outfit the other night -- quite controversially, in fact -- and we thought that they were talking about the city in Canada. Because we're old. Of Montreal goes on tonight with Grand Buffet and MGMT at 9 p.m. at Great American Music Hall; $18. (They also perform tomorrow night and on Wednesday; the kids just love them that much, you see.)
-- Donuts: One-Year Anniversary: Now you've got two choices, hipsters. The item above, or celebrating this club night's one-year existence via DJ sets by Pickpocket, Ian Svenonius, and Calvin Johnson, as well as dance-crooners Hey Willpower performing live. Too much zaniness, indeed! Show starts at 9 p.m. at the Knockout; $8.
-- Darfur Now (2007): The perfect flick to chase away the Monday blues, Ted Braun documentary tells the tales about people who "seek to end the conflict in the African region of Darfur by completely different methods...[with no] images of bloody fields of slaughtered humans or mass graves." Sheer joyousness! Screens tonight a 7 p.m. and 9:30 at the Bridge.
-- Julio Iglesias: Come hear the legend who makes old women wet again. The best-selling Spanish singer of all time goes on at 8 p.m. at Nob Hill Masonic Center; $55.50-95.50.