MUSIC: There are still some tickets available to check out Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All, or Odd Future for short, a nine-member hip hop collective from L.A. whom SFist Erick described last year as "Making Hip Hop Interesting For The First Time In Years," at the Warfield tonight. (8 p.m., The Warfield, 982 Market Street)

EROTICA: Sex columnist Rachel Kramer Bussel and noted commentator Susie Bright, this year's guest judge, present Best Sex Writing 2012, a collection of the most challenging and provocative work exploring the smarter side of sexuality, "[f]rom an insider look at being gay in the military pre-DADT and an impassioned defense of circumcision to a dating site for people with STDs, nuanced explorations of teen sex laws, prostitution, sex at 66, SlutWalks, female orgasm workshops, and more." (7:30 p.m., The Booksmith, 1644 Haight Street)

FILM: Save KUSF (remember them?) are hosting a film screening to benefit their ongoing efforts to help restore S.F.'s beloved radio station, featuring Monks — The Transatlantic Feedback, a genre-blending doc about 5 American GI’s in cold war Germany who billed themselves as the anti-Beatles and whose work "was the first marriage between art and popular music," along with Cloven Hoofed and Crime + Punishment. (7:30 p.m., Roxie Theater, 3117 16th Street)