Extra are living tune in New Orleans this week (Oct. 30-Nov. 5) | Track protection

More live music in New Orleans this week (Oct. 30-Nov. 5) | Music coverage

Timmy’s Organism

Thu. Nov. 1 | Longtime Detroit rock ’n’ roll goblin Timmy Vulgar lately launched “Survival of the Fiendish” (Burger Information), a motor-revving barrage of vintage, fuzzed-out grooves. The band performs with Texas songwriter John Wesley Coleman at 10 p.m. at Deficient Boys Bar.

New Orleans Accordion Competition

Fri.-Solar. Nov. 2-4 | The inaugural New Orleans Accordion Competition is headlined through Grammy-winning jazz accordionist Gil Goldstein, and lines the whole thing from Cajun and zydeco bands to Blato Zlato’s Japanese Eu sounds. There’s tune at nine p.m. Friday at Siberia, 11 a.m.-Five p.m. Saturday on two levels on the French Marketplace and occasions on the New Orleans Jazz Museum on Saturday and Sunday.

Discover a Halloween evening trick — or an All Saints’ Day deal with — at any such concert events or dance events round the city.

Moon Honey album unencumber

Sat. Nov. 3 | The Los Angeles-based band indulges in a confounding jelly of paisley-covered operatic glam rock and psychedelic pop on its newest unencumber, “Combined Media on Lady.” The band plays with an all-star New Orleans lineup with Julie Odell, Tasche & the Psychedelic Roses and BENNI at eight p.m. at Siberia Front room.

Top on Hearth

Solar. Nov. 4 | Now in its 20th 12 months, the California steel band — led through Matt Pike of stoner patriarchs Sleep — launched 2018 album “Electrical Messiah,” a blast of doomy thrash (or thrashy doom?) devoted to Motörhead’s Lemmy Kilmister. Top on Hearth co-headlines with Municipal Waste, and Poisonous Holocaust and Hang-out open at 7 p.m. at Southport Corridor.

The artist plays Nov. 1 at Area of Blues


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