Fri. Aug. 14 | Four months after slaying spring, Suplecs is back to punish summer. The rip-roaring New Orleans riff stalkers issued Mad Oak Redoux (Small Stone) in 2011. I Ain't and Space Metal open at 10 p.m. at One Eyed Jacks.
Death From Above 1979
with Incubus and Deftones
Sun. Aug. 16 | In 2006, Toronto rock duo Death From Above 1979 decided five years together was enough; in 2011, they decided five years off was enough. The Physical World (Last Gang), the follow-up to 2004 debut You're a Woman, I'm a Machine, arrived in 2014. Incubus and Deftones headline at 7 p.m. at Champions Square.
Jaz Sawyer Quartet
Sun. Aug. 16 | California drummer Jaz Sawyer has recorded often with New Orleans musicians, from longtime collaborations with Wynton Marsalis to a recent release with the Fi Yi Yi Mardi Gras Indians. This quartet features bassist David Pulphus, pianist Viktor Atkins and trombonist Emily Fredrickson. At 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. at Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro.
Sun. Aug. 16 | The women of Seattle's La Luz blow away the Emerald City's permanent rain cloud with harmony-filled surf-pop gems, captured on the band's Ty Segall-produced 2015 album Weirdo Shrine. Will Sprott and New Orleans punks Gland open at Siberia at 6 p.m.