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Fly Moon Royalty plays the Nectar Lounge with Theoretics this Thursday, March 14.

Monday, March 11

Maroon 5 One of the world's most popular bands

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The 7 Best Concerts to See in Seattle This Week

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Fly Moon Royalty plays the Nectar Lounge with Theoretics this Thursday, March 14.

Monday, March 11

Maroon 5 One of the world's most popular bands (but, as their detractors would likely point out, not one of its biggest--or even legitimate), Maroon 5 is in the midst of its yearlong Overexposed tour, in support of its platinum album of the same name. With Neon Trees, Owl City. Key Arena. 7:30 p.m. $26.50-$76.50. All ages.

Tuesday, March 12

AM Interstate is a country-rock band from Redmond, Ore., whose psychedelia-tinged music is as wide-open as the eastern Oregon landscape they hail from. With Past Impending, City Bear. Comet Tavern. 9 p.m.

Wednesday, March 13

Circuit Vine Though this trio refers to itself (perhaps facetiously) as chillwave, its sound relies as more on jagged synth textures than catatonic '80s nostalgia. With Urban Jellyfish, Three for T, Letters From Traffic. The Crocodile. 7 p.m. $5 DOS. All ages.

Thursday, March 14

Theoretics This show features two of the city's best hip-hop/funk hybrids: the headliners, whose full-band theatrics earned them a spot at Sasquatch! in May, and Sportin' Life Records mainstays Fly Moon Royalty. With Irukandji Physics of Fusion, Speakerminds. Nectar Lounge. 8 p.m. $8 adv./$10 DOS.

Friday, March 15

Efterklang Quick: Name a band who's signed to 4AD, has a husky-voiced lead singer, and plays dour chamber rock. Superficial similarities to The National aside (they don't actually sound much like them), this Danish group, touring behind last year's icy Piramida, is plenty compelling in its own right. With Nightlands, Jherek Bischoff. Neumos. 8 p.m. $12 adv.

Saturday, March 16

Hobosexual Ben Harwood and Jeff Silva comprise one of Seattle's best-named rock acts, and they also put on a ferocious live show. With Black Wolf Men's Club, Dirty Church Ladies. Blue Moon. 9:30 p.m. $6.

Sunday, March 17

Blue Sky Black Death Best known as the purveyors of dark, synth-saturated beats for rappers like Nacho Picasso, this production duo's instrumentals will get to shine (for lack of a better word) on their own merits at this show. With Keyboard Kid, Child Actor. Chop Suey. 8 p.m. $12 adv.

 
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