Hanukkah is the Cinco de Mayo of the Hebrew calendar: a historical footnote fluffed up into an excuse for debauchery. Halfway through the eight-day holiday, JDub Records (discoverers of Yid sensation Matisyahu) and some weird Zionist youth organization present Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players, a mom-and-pop-and-daughter indie-rock outfit that plays viciously clever songs set to slides salvaged from thrift stores and yard sales. You'll feel nostalgic for vacations you never took and embarrassed for relatives that aren't yours. With nü-klezmer punks Golem. (Crocodile, 2200 Second Ave, 441-5611. 8:30 pm, $10 adv/$15 DOS, 21+.)