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Three to See: The Lique, Dangermuffin, Secretions

The Lique with Zyah Belle

Hip-hop/jazz/soul/funk

9 p.m. Friday, July 8

Harlow’s

Sharp-dressed funk-and-jazz act the Lique – fronted by rapper Rasar Amani– played District 30 in March and it was a show for the ages – a genre-spanning, boundary-testing onslaught of soul that featured a who’s who of Sacramento musicians getting in on the act, including upstart songstress Zyah Belle, this evening’s headliner. Don’t miss this return gig. Doors 8 p.m. 2708 J St., Sacramento. $15. www.harlows.com

Dangermuffin

Americana/rock/folk

8 p.m. Friday, July 8

Auburn State Theatre

Hailing from Folly Beach, S.C., jam band Dangermuffin brings to mind both the Grateful Dead and Old and in the Way, with spiraling tendrils of organic roots rock wrapping around audiences and pulling them into songs inspired by mountain bluegrass, island reggae and more. 985 Lincoln Way, Auburn. $24 advance/$26 door. www.livefromauburn.com

Secretions 25th Anniversary Extravaganza

Punk/rock

6 p.m. Saturday, July 9

Colonial Theatre

Knowing the Secretions have been around for a quarter of a century won’t make you feel any younger, but age is irrelevant at the 25th anniversary blowout for these local punk rock stalwarts. Show also features Final Summation, Ashtray, the Community, Social Concern, Speeding in the Rain and sets from DJ Rob Fatal. 3522 Stockton Blvd., Sacramento. $10-$20 sliding scale donation. www.colonialtheatre.biz

Looking ahead: Savages. July 26 at Ace of Spades

Jehnny Beth’s raw, quivering intensity drives this moody post-punk pop act from London; Joy Division fans take note. 1417 R St., Sacramento. $25. www.aceofspadessac.com

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