Cold SpecksCold Specks brings the spaced-out soul of her new album, Fool’s Paradise, to Rickshaw Stop on Thursday.

Monday, November 13

Liam Gallagher @ The Warfield
Now a begrudging icon of unity, Liam Gallagher has a new solo record and is taking it on the road to SF tonight.

Propagandhi @ Slim’s
Whatever your take, the staunch skate-punk activists are playing Slim’s tonight.

Tuesday, November 14

Chad VanGaalen, Ne-Hi, Club Night @ The Chapel
The Canadian Sub Popper headlines a bill with Chicago’s Ne-Hi and our very own Club Night, all going down at the Chapel.

Guantanamo Baywatch @ The New Parish
Punny name aside, they’re a pretty fun power-pop outfit from Portland.

Beach Slang, Dave Hause and the Mermaid, See Through Dresses @ Great American Music Hall
Psst: Click above for a chance to see this beloved punk band headline GAMH, on us.

Wednesday, November 15

Diarrhea Planet @ Starline Social Club
Silly name, serious rock and roll.

Dragland @ Bottom of the Hill
The long-established member of bands/events like Gold Minor and the First Church of the Sacred Silversexual is striking out on his own.

Suncruiser, DonCat @ The Crepe Place
Head over the hill for a chill evening of glitchy psych and countrified acoustic rock.

War Cloud, Older Sun, Salem’s Bend, Mesmer @ Elbo Room
Things get heavy at Elbo Room for the evening.

Thursday, November 16

Cold Specks @ Rickshaw Stop
Spacey, out-there soul music is Cold Specks’ specialty, and she’s bringing that and her new record, Fool’s Paradise, to Rickshaw on Thursday.

Vintage Trouble, Desi Valentine @ The Fillmore
Vintage Trouble are pretty much what they sound like: throwback rock-soul that’ll make you wanna drink and dance.

Susanne Sundfør, Shey Bab @ Swedish American Hall
Though Norwegian, Sundfør has a date with the Swedish American Hall — and in her moody melodies, she’ll bring the darkness that blankets Scandinavia this time of year.

Alejandro Escovedo and the Burn Something Beautiful Band @ Great American Music Hall
A veritable supergroup of a lineup, watch as some of rock’s best backing players team up with the inimitable Alejandro Escovedo.

Miss March, the Campbell Apartment, Droneyard @ Amnesia
If you want to know more about Miss March, check out Rob Goodman’s illustrated story of their song, “Dark Corner,” at the link above.