The opinion held by this paper’s leading hiphop critic, Larry Mizell Jr., about Kingdom Crumbs’s position in the 206 is also held by me: This quartet of rappers and producers (Mikey Nice, Jerm D, Jarv Dee, and Tay Sean) is one of the best things happening right now in “the town.” A part of the productive Cloud Nice collective, Kingdom Crumbs released a self-titled album last year that contains not only solid electronic beats and post-underground raps, but a kind of sensibility that makes it clear to any listener that Seattle really is a center for some of the most advanced thinking and creativity in hiphop today. Kingdom Crumbs will open for THEESatisfaction. (Neumos, 925 E Pike St,, 8 pm, $12, 21+)