Tue. June 3 | The least metal band on Relapse Records, Philadelphia shoegazer Nothing marries gorgeous melodies with sheets of deafening noise. The band's bloody-valentine debut, Guilty of Everything, arrived in March. Superheaven and Woozy open at 10 p.m. at Siberia.
Wed. June 4 | Singer, songwriter and grizzled guitar rocker Anders Osborne plays a free concert at Wednesday at the Square. Seth Stainback & Roosterfoot open at 5 p.m. at Lafayette Square.
Wed. June 4 | Based in Los Angeles, the Afro-funk collective Orgone cut its teeth backing MCs Pharaohe Monch and Tone-Loc, laying down a Soderberghian soundtrack of roiling bass lines, skyward horns and soul vocals. Its latest original release is 2013's New You (Ubiquity). Hazy Ray opens at 9:30 p.m. at Maison.
Thu. June 5 | Vancouver garage-pop trio The Courtneys released a self-titled debut (Hockey Dad Records) in 2013, a throwback to Flying Nun and K Records' brand of sunny, sloppy indie-pop. Jangly, hook-laced guitars fly by sing-along melodies fit for windows-down drives in decidedly non-Canadian locales — see mid-album track "90210." At 10 p.m. at Circle Bar.
Sun. June 8 | Austin, Texas' Jitterbug Vipers incorporate throwback rock influences into early jazz stylings, for a sound the band has dubbed "swingadelic." Its 2013 release Phoebe's Dream adds trippy notes to swinging jazz arrangements. At 10 p.m. at d.b.a.
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Sun. June 8 | The greasy, funky industrial-electronic outfit arrives in New Orleans a week into a tour in support of May release Spooky Tricks. DJ Toxic Rainbow, SPEx and DJs Angelle, Saturnine and Sneauxball open at 9 p.m. at One Eyed Jacks.