7 p.m. Amos’ Southend, 1423 S. Tryon St. $26-$28. www.etix.com.
Mike Muir leads the latest incarnation of the hardcore/thrash band responsible for skatepunk classics “Institutionalized,” “You Can’t Bring Me Down,” and “I Saw Your Mommy.” It recently released “13” – its first album of all-new material in 13 years. With D.R.I. and Wake the Dead.
The English Beat
8 p.m. Chop Shop, 399 E. 35th St. $20-$35. www.chopshopnoda.com.
At 35 years and counting, Dave Wakeling’s ska revivalists are no retro rehash. With a collection of seasoned players, it’s as vibrant and infectious as ever live. It promises unreleased material and (of course) a few hits from Wakeling’s other band, General Public. “Tenderness,” anyone?
8 p.m. Evening Muse, 3227 N. Davidson St. $15-$18. 704-376-3737.
The accomplished songwriter recently released her seventh album – a collection of intimate, melancholy folk-pop featuring guests including Trisha Yearwood, My Morning Jacket’s Carl Broemel, Wilco’s Pat Sansone, and Jason Isbell.
Alan Evans Trio
10:30 p.m. Evening Muse, 3227 N. Davidson St. $12-$14. 704-376-3737.
The Soulive drummer’s largely instrumental, organ-centered trio weaves deep, smoky grooves with soundtrack-ready, psychedelic atmosphere, ripping jams, and the occasional sultry, old school R&B vocal track on its new album, “Merkaba.”
Sons of Bill
8 p.m. Visulite Theatre, 1615 Elizabeth Ave. $12-$14. www.visulite.com.
After releasing one of the best albums of 2012 (“Sirens”), this literate, Charlottesville, Va., quintet returns for a rocking country set that bridges R.E.M.-meets-Son Volt with a healthy dose of smart lyrics, fire and brotherly harmonies.
7 p.m. Neighborhood Theatre, 511 E. 36th St. $18-$20. www.ticketfly.com.
Buzzing indie acts help reopen the renovated NoDa venue. Dreamy experimental, yet accessible rockers Foals is a gold-selling favorite in its native U.K. Surfer Blood readies for the June 1 release of its new album. Labelmate Blondfire rounds out the bill.
7 p.m. Tremont Music Hall, 400 W. Tremont Ave. $25-$28. www.ticketfly.com.
With a new album tentatively set for July and a role in horror director Darren Lynn Bousman’s second “Devil’s Carnival” film, the influential rapper shares the stage with labelmates Rittz (whose album drops Tuesday), Ces Cru, Brotha Lynch Hung, Krizz Kaliko and Kutt Calhoun.
Sinners & Saints
10 p.m. Evening Muse, 3227 N. Davidson St. $6-$8. www.eveningmuse.com.
There’s a raw, down-home energy and ample sincerity from this rootsy underground Charlotte combo that’s reminiscent of Carolina breakouts the Avett Brothers or Shovels & Rope early on in their careers. With Michigan’s Jack & the Bear.
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