This week's concert buzz from April 11 through 17 include visits from punk legends NOFX, hip-hop artist Jay Electronica and a sold-out CHVRCHES show. There's plenty of concerts this week. Here are our picks.
Peelander-Z - Monday
New York City-based Japanese punk band Peelander-Z will bring its on-stage antics to Soda Bar. They are known for its energetic performances, unique costumes and stage names.
Australian indietronica band Miami Horror has been making buzz with its unique sound and successful singles such as "Sometimes" and "Holidays." Be sure to check out Miami Horror's mixtape that they made just for Coachella called "Mojave Nights."
New Orleans rapper Jay Electronica will take over the Music Box. He's known for his unique rap style and is considered influential among his peers.
7 p.m. Wednesday. Music Box, Little Italy. $23 - $73. Ages 18-and-up. musicboxsd.com
Blackberry Smoke - Thursday
Atlanta-based Southern-rock band Blackberry Smoke will rock out at the Belly Up. The quintet released their fourth studio, "Holding All the Roses," last year which debuted number one on the Top Country Albums chart, and No. 29 on the Billboard 200.
Legendary punk-rock band NOFX will bring its "The Hepatitis Bathtub Tour" to the House of Blues. The tour supports the punk rockers new book that features three decades of crazy road stories. There will also be a book signing prior to the show. The book signing will be held at Warwick’s, iconic bookstore in La Jolla. More info, click here.
'90s hip-hop group Bone Thugs-n-Harmony will perform its third album, "The Art of War," in its entirety. The album includes singles such as "Look into My Eyes" and "If I Could Teach the World." The Cleveland-based rappers are also known for their hits "Thuggish Ruggish Bone," "1st of tha Month" "Tha Crossroads" and "East 1999."
English rock band Foals will take over the Observatory in North Park. The band won awards for "Live Act," "UK Producer Of The Year," "Best Track" for its hits "Spanish Sahara" and "Inhaler" and its latest album "What Went Down" won NME's "Best Album."