Whether you want to chill out, enjoy ambiance, or straight-up disassociate, go to Icehouse for volume 3 of its Noise Party: i once knew a ghost, RRA, Eddie Weinstine, Head Shrink, TERR the OM, Not Yet All Things w/ glass.grl, Ice Climber, and Jeremy Ylvisaker offer an immersive experience of

Swedish group Dark Funeral have reigned as “the ineffable kings of black metal” for 30 years and bring along tourmates Cattle Decapitation to First Avenue tonight. With 200 Stab Wounds and Blackbraid. WED 5/31, 6 PM, $22.50-$35, 18+

Frankie Rose bounced from East Coast to West Coast, in search of launching her musical career. With her fourth album, Cage Tropical, she dives into her sci-fi influences and leans heavily on synths and effects pedals to support her vocals, creating her specific brand of indie rock. Rose is joined

David Bazan has been on a tear these last few years, resurrecting the Pedro The Lion moniker and releasing the first two of a proposed series of albums based around places he has lived, beginning with his hometown of Phoenix. Tonight at the Fine Line, however, Bazan and his bandmates

It’s been eight years since Janet last visited, so tonight should make for an epic escapade at the Xcel. The Together Again Tour (named for a song off 1997’s underrated The Velvet Rope) presents a show divided into four acts and among its 30-plus songs, fans will hear rarely performed

Australian pop-punk singer/songwriter Alex Lahey headlines 7th St Entry with her music, which is dedicated to those the world wasn’t made for (i.e., most of us). Lahey’s music dives into the loneliness of growing up queer, the feeling of not being able to return home during the pandemic, and more.

Singer-songwriter JoAnna James celebrates the release of her new EP, Walk With the Night, at this homecoming show at the 318. Though James’ voice could fill a theater, the cozy-cabin vibe will let listeners get a closer look at the craft of her songs. WED 5/24, 7:30 PM, $25, All

West Coast rap duo BlueBucksClan some to the Amsterdam Wednesday night. DJ and Jeeezy go back to their high school days in Los Angeles and went on to play college football together, going into music later. Sports remain on their mind, with singles like ‘Horace Grant’ and ‘Todd Gurley’ dropping

Triple threat Billy Porter presents his first pop music concert celebrating the full span of his life, which includes Tony Award-winning Broadway performances, a Grammy-winning TV role, and a solo music career. Porter is most recently known for his role in Pose, playing a sort of fairy godmother-like master of