Tue. July 21 | Los Angeles quintet Milo Greene jumped to Atlantic with January's sophomore LP Control, shedding the intimate folk sheen of its 2012 eponymous debut for slick reflective surfaces and a vibe that mirrors fellow Californians Haim. Luxley opens at 9 p.m. at One Eyed Jacks.
Mountain Holler with Lovey Dovies and Treadles
Wed. July 22 | Mountain Holler (aka St. Petersburg, Florida's Mark Etherington) is the rare shadow out of the Sunshine State, a dusky spell-caster with spindly acoustic guitar figures and a voice from another dimension. New Orleanians Lovey Dovies and Treadles open at 7 p.m. at Sisters in Christ at Gasa Gasa.
Thu. July 23 | Minneapolis black metal band False crafts immersive, bleak and beautiful epics of unholy sonic blasts. Barghest and Mehenet open at 7 p.m. at Sisters in Christ at Gasa Gasa.
Fri. July 24 | Tyler Scurlock is the prolific psychedelic pop circuit-bender behind Sharks' Teeth. Scurlock releases a split cassette, Jaundiced Views (Single Color Fields), with Texas outfit SomeBodyParts. Tare opens at 10 p.m. at Saturn Bar.
Shamarr Allen's birthday party
Sat. July 25 | A tour of the Democratic Republic of Congo forced trumpeter Shamarr Allen to delay his annual birthday bash, but he's joined by Kermit Ruffins, James Andrews, Big Freedia, TBC Brass Band and others. At 10 p.m. at Tipitina's.