His career might be funky and cold by now, but nostalgia's market value's skyrocketed as of late, and Tone Loc and Young MC have got to be the double hip-hop bill for the crowd who was too scared of NWA and too white to jibe with Public Enemy. All we have to say is "Wild Thing" and "Bust a Move." Did they have anything else? Jog yer memory at 4th & B on June 26. That downtown bank-turned-concert hall is courting the woofer vote hard this week with another show on June 30 that, while not as retro-cool, returns more talent per dollar spent. I'm talking about the Eminem-less D12, the white hip-hop devil's homeys from back in the day who throw some gruff and rapid-fire rhymes even without Shady. They're with mellow indie cats Slum Village, another Detroit combo who're admirably filled with Soul of the De La sort, and the ridiculously named Bone Crusher, who teamed with super-producer Jermaine Dupri last year for a Dirty South gem, AttenCHUN!. Of course, the hip-hop clientele being savvy these days, you might prefer something more underground like the triple bill over at the Belly Up on June 28. Scratch-happy turntable trio X-Ecutioners drop formidable skills on the wheels of steel while questionably sane L.A. tripsters The Pharcyde put it places on the down stroke. And what would an indie bill be in 2004 without some Definitive Jux cred? This show's got it in the form of C. Rays Walz, a political open-mic MC champ from NYC. Electro heads won't wanna miss "Planet of the Drums" going on at L5 on June 25. It's a superbill of drum 'n' bass gurus, with four hours of music strung together by the likes of Dieselboy, AK1200 and DJ Dara. And if the main players suck (which they won't), you can always head into the second room where Motiv8 of Black Eyed Peas spins some hip-hop, reggae and dub that'll beat the crap outta that NBA theme song. At La Jolla joint Excelsior on June 24, the Karminsky Experience lays down the mellower, middle eastern vibe of their debut on Thievery Corporation's label, Eighteenth Street Lounge Records. Local DJs toss around the vinyl at Embarcadero Park south on June 26 for "Cosbe One's Jam," with DJ's Syko, Tenshun, Mane One and Kutfather beating the sun into submission. And for hipsters, there's a hip-hop trio of Mic Curb, Ill Society and Pearl at the Roseary Room on June 25.