The 2009 documentary We Don’t Care About Music Anyway zooms in on a handful of 21st-century Japanese experimental musicians and their very peculiar approaches and philosophies. Set in Tokyo, the film intersperses live performances with vignettes of urban consumer culture’s freneticism and the refuse it generates. The chaotic music created by these artists both reflects the city’s tumultuous activity and rejects its rigid conformity. The madness of the musicians’ methods seems to be the only thing keeping them sane, even as their rigorous, noisy output conspires to drive you crazy. (Grand Illusion, 1403 NE 50th St,, 7 pm, $8)