With their first album, Reachin' (A New Refutation of Time and Space), Digable Planets brought brohemian culture to mainstream hiphop in 1993, the penultimate year of modern hiphop (after 1994 came the postmodern period, which ended in 1997). In 1994, the trio released Blowout Comb, one of the most complete works of hiphop art. What Blowout so successfully connected was revolutionary politics and the tradition of revolutionary black music. That was then; this is now: Ladybug may be the surprise of the show, but Doodlebug and Butterfly (who is one half of Shabazz Palaces, the winners of the first Stranger Genius Award in music) are certainly on the bill. Why? Because they're cool like dat. (Neumos, 925 E Pike St, 709-9467. 8 pm, $17, 21+.)