Dan Snaith has explored a host of indie pop and rock forms under the name Caribou, and his projects are unified by his spacey, melodic sensibility. On this fall’s “Our Love,” he was inspired by electronic dance music, but it’s more about beautifully psychedelic sounds for your head than beats for the dance floor.

Friday, 10 p.m.

One Eyed Jacks, 615 Toulouse St.

(504) 569-8361,

James Andrews and the Crescent City All-Stars

Trumpeter James Andrews is Trombone Shorty’s older brother and Jessie “Ooh Poo Pah Doo” Hill’s grandson. His roots are in classic New Orleans R&B, jazz, and second line music, but his shows feel like a Treme party with a community’s worth of musicians onstage at times.

Saturday, 10 p.m.

Tipitina’s, 501 Napoleon Ave.

(504) 895-8477,

Sabotage: A NOLA Tribute to the Beastie Boys

While The Meters and ’70s jazz-funk still holds a lot of sway in New Orleans, another generation grew up with more punky notions of funk. Members of Flow Tribe, Jealous Monk, Gravity A and more will pay tribute to the credible grooves of rap group The Beastie Boys—who themselves were influenced by The Meters and the ‘70s jazz-funk giants.

Wednesday, 9 p.m.

Freret Street Publiq House, 4528 Freret St.

(504) 826-9912,