(MUSIC) With Pick a Bigger Weapon, indie hiphop superstars the Coup continue their heroic quest of making political art that doesn't suck. Spitting his wry and wise rhymes over Prince-y synth beats and slow-love jams, MC and mastermind Boots Riley remains a model of 21st-century humanity: conscious enough to carry an indefatigable fury, smart enough to hash it all out over the hookiest jams since Outkast. Plus, he loves to fuck. With Common Market. (Neumo's, 925 E Pike St, 709-9442. 9 pm, $12 adv/$15 DOS, all ages.)