The 7 Best Shows to See in Seattle

Monday, June 24

Krizz Kaliko Longtime Tech N9ne collaborator Kaliko’s music doesn’t stray too far from the in-your-face party rap of the rest of the hip hop roster at his label, Strange Music. With ¡Mayday!, Stevie Stone, Cool Nutz, Jay Barz. Crocodile. 8 p.m. $16 adv. All ages.

Tuesday, June 25

Rose Windows The Sun Dogs is this Seattle psych-rock band’s Sub Pop debut, and they’re celebrating its release with this free show. Sonic Boom Records. 7 p.m. All ages.

Wednesday, June 26

Giraffage San Franciscan electronic musician Charlie Yin composes songs with a keen understanding of structure, using pitch-shifted vocal samples (like so many electronic musicians these days) in melodically interesting ways. Get there early for similarly inventive downtempo producer Mister Lies. With Beat Connection DJs. Barboza. 9 p.m. $12 adv.

Thursday, June 27

Albare Globetrotting jazz guitarist Albert Dadon is touring behind his most recent record, The Road Ahead, released earlier this month. Triple Door. 7:30 p.m. $15 adv./$17 DOS. All ages.

Friday, June 28

Indian Wars are from Vancouver, but based on their bluesy, ramshackle country rock, it’s easy to mistake them for a group of wizened dive bar vets from the American Southwest. With Fuzzy Cloaks, Wimps, So Pitted. Comet Tavern. 9 p.m. $8.

Mark Farina is known for both his prodigious DJ sets and the “mushroom jazz” genre they helped spawn in the early ’90s: a mixture of Chicago house and acid jazz with the laid-back grooves of West Coast hip hop. With DJ Riz Rollins, Wesley Holmes. Neumos. 8 p.m. $15 adv.

Saturday, June 29

Chino y Nacho Self-proclaimed “kings of urban music,” former boy band members Jesús Perez and Miguel Mendoza are more popular in their native Venezuela than in the U.S., but their club-ready, reggaeton-indebted tracks don’t sound all that different from much of what’s on KUBE 93. Showbox SoDo. 8 p.m. $41.50 adv./$51.50 DOS. All ages.

 
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