The only acceptable way to spend Valentine’s day (by our account) is with improv cello crazy person Rushad Eggleston and MotherJudge at the Ale House tonight (Thursday, 8 PM, 272-9740). . . . “Bam!!!” goes the Valentine’s website for the first Kitty Little show since 2009. “Will anyone still care?” the “sassy sugar pop nerds” ask of their show tomorrow (Friday). “We will find out,” indeed. Party Boat will join them (9 PM, 432-6572). . . . The Generation Wild Tour will attempt to double down (and document) EDM hedonism with four DJs and a reputed scene photographer, Kirill Was Here, at Upstate Concert Hall on Friday. If you plan on running for public office, don’t attend (8 PM, $30, 371-0012). . . . Livetronic duo the Manhattan Project will split atoms Friday night at Red Square (8 PM, 465-0444). . . . The Ryan Montbleau Band return to Club Helsinki on Friday with Dwight and Nicole (9 PM, $15, 828-4800). . . . Clean-shaven reggae maestro Matisyahu will offer his Marley Grammy tribute at Bearsville on Saturday (9 PM, $35, 845-679-4406). . . . Like Mumford? Go for the real stuff on Saturday at the Egg with the Wiyos and Mike and Ruthy (7:30 PM, $24, 473-1845). . . . Red Molly are kind of like Taylor Swift with a college degree and a dose of integrity. They’ll play the 8th Step on Saturday with Steel Wheels (7:30 PM, $28, 346-6204). . . . This month’s edition of Bass Fix at Red Square will sadly be stalwart local DJ Scooby’s last. Come some him off in style Saturday night (8 PM, $6-$9, 465-0444). . . . Back from their first national tour, the Sunny Side of the Street Band will thank their Kickstarter supporters (and everyone) with a return show at Red Square on Sunday (5 PM, free-$5, 465-0444).