Armed with vintage pop vocals and punchy, experimental, yet not-overcomplicated guitar, percussion and synth work, Parlour Tricks is catchy, but still has the grit to match. Based out of New York City, the six-piece band carries danceable grooves similar to Haim, blurring the lines of rock and pop into one agreeable force. Strangely able to simultaneously sound like decades past and the future, Parlour Tricks is both fun and dark. They’re all over the place — a hybrid of absorbing several influences and being bold. The way pop music should be. Fredrick the Younger and Small Time Napoleon open.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10Zanzabar
9 p.m. | $8–$13