Get Cryphy Seventh Anniversary

9 p.m. • First Avenue • 18-plus • $10-$12

Seven years after blasting their first rap banger in the Record Room (then the V.I.P. Room), the Get Cryphy crew ended their monthly residency last week. But don’t expect the DJ foursome of Plain Ole Bill, Jimmy 2 Times, Last Word and DJ Fundo to disappear. Before riding off into First Ave’s sunset bumping Gucci Mane, the turntablists hit the Mainroom for their seventh-anniversary blowout. Special guests include NYC rapper Le1f, Tickle Torture, Lizzo, Sophia Eris, Toki Wright, Bobby Raps, Mike the Martyr and more. Michael Rietmulder

 

Nadastrom

9 p.m. • Loft at Bar Fly • 18-plus • $15-$20

By the time this D.C.-expat duo unleashed its first full-length, a full eight years after joining forces, tracks that started with a moombahton framework morphed into cerebral deep house wanderings. The switch from the DJ-producer team, which includes moombahton pioneer Dave Nada and Matt Nordstrom, shouldn’t be a shocker, as house has always been in their blood, sets and ears. But the L.A.-based pair’s evolution finds them in an intoxicating groove with last month’s self-titled LP. With $Richkid$, Andrew Diff and Dappa Dan. M.R.

 

Benefit for Dan Boardman

7 p.m. • Minneapolis Eagles Club • $10

One of the big talents and live wires of Twin Cities garage rock, lovable gonzo Dan Boardman can play just about anything well — guitar, drums, bass, keyboards. He’s also a good singer and an excellent photographer. But lately he’s been out of commission, battling pancreatic cancer. So there’s a benefit for the esteemed member of the Spectors, Stingray Green, the Hex Offenders, the Floorshakers and Gary Burger’s post-Monks band. The all-night affair will feature a Spectors reunion, with frontman Chris Knott flying from D.C., plus exciting one-off reunions of Stingray Green and the Wellington Tempests, along with the Mighty Mofos, Trailer Trash, the Beatifics, Motel California, Kinda Kinky, the Floorshakers, the Hex Offenders and 30 LBs of Bluejeans plus “many, many special guests.” Tom Surowicz