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Weekend Music: Monsters are Waiting, Afrirampo, Mahler

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She Wants Revenge is back tonight. one month later, with Astra Heights and local independents - Monsters Are Waiting. The show is sold out at the Henry Fonda Theatre, but we know you have ways of getting tickets.

Saxophonist Pharoah Sanders continues his six-day residency at the Jazz Bakery through Monday. Sanders used to play with Sun Ra and John Coltrane.

Oni and Pika are from Osaka, Japan. They are Afrirampo. Nudity besides, their music is raw and strong. It all goes down Friday at The Smell.

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It’s casual Friday at the LA Phil with the first night of three for Mahler’s 5th Symphony.

Rock Group, a.k.a string quartet, Ethel performs with Pamela Z at a festival with three different names according to their e-mail notice about the event: Laguna Beach Festival, Women in New Music Festival, and the CalState Fullerton/Laguna Beach Festival. Shall we call the branding police? At least the concert is at one place and one time: 8:00 p.m. Saturday March 11 at the V.J. Meng Concert Hall in Laguna Beach

For some Pogues-esque Irish punk rock, Flogging Molly plays HOB Sunset Strip at 9:00 p.m. on Saturday.

He may look boyish with his round face and red hair, but Brett Dennen draws an zealous crowd. His highlife music and voice = wow. Back in Hollywood on Saturday, 10 p.m. at Hotel Café. Opening up for Dennen is the moody jazz singer Nailah.

It’s past the weekend, but there is some buzz floating around about Danish rockers, The Figurines who will be playing two shows next week: Monday at Spaceland and Tuesday at Cinespace. Monday’s show will also feature other top-notch bands: The Divorce, The Lashes and The Cops.