9 p.m. • 7th Street Entry • 18-plus • $10-$12

Matt Foley wouldn’t approve, but this doom band basically lives in a van down by the rock club. Well, technically it’s an RV in which the nomadic husband-wife duo roam the Earth, decimating cities with their eardrum-annihilating live show. Jucifer’s latest album, “District of Dystopia” (recorded in the RV), finds the two in signature Earth-scorching form. Over her sludged-out guitar, frontwoman Gazelle Amber Valentine demonically shrieks all the sociopolitical hostilities one would expect from a D.C.-inspired concept album this aggressive. With Witchden and Tiger Blue. Michael Rietmulder


Ryan Cabrera and Secondhand Serenade

5:15 p.m. • Amsterdam Bar & Hall • all ages • $20

It’s likely that whatever relevance Cabrera enjoys comes not from his musical career but instead from dating Ashlee Simpson and Audrina Patridge. Nevertheless, his notable 2004 single “On the Way Down” was a total jam and odds are fans will hear it on the Radio Revival Tour, where he’ll be joined by Secondhand Seranade — an emo band of equal semi-significance. Both acts split from their former labels in one way or another and have fresh tunes to play. The pair are supported on tour by Nick Thomas from the Spill Canvas and alternative bands Wind in Sails and Runaway Saints. Alex Nelson


Shawn Mendes

7 p.m. • Northrop • $32.50-$37.50

The overwrought reaction to Shawn Mendes at December’s Jingle Ball suggested that tween girls are falling for this 16-year-old Canadian Internet phenom. Yes, he’s big on Vine but his performance that night and his several singles suggest that he’s a not-ready-for-prime-time Ed Sheeran wannabe. Jacquie Lee opens. (7 p.m. Tue. Northrop Auditorium, $32.50-$37.50.) Bream