If she doesn't go off an marry Frankenstein first, St. Vincent will perform April 3 at the State Theatre. / Renata RakshaHere’s a quick roundup of some late-winter and spring concerts announced over the past couple days:

*St. Vincent will tackle her biggest local venue yet, the State Theatre, on April 3. Tickets go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. for $25-$29.50 through Ticketmaster and the State box office. The experimental Dallas art-rocker's new self-titled album is set to arrive February 25. The first single from it, “Birth in Reverse,” is posted below.

*Ex-Minneapolitan Bob Mould will return March 4 to the Woman’s Club Theatre of Minneapolis on a short acoustic tour tied to the 25th anniversary reissue of “Workbook,” his first solo album and last recording as a Minnesotan. Tickets go on sale Friday at noon via First Ave outlets for $25. He’s expected to play "selections from the record" (not the whole thing) and other songs that fit the "Workbook," um, mold, with only bassist Jason Narducy for accompaniment.

*Christian rocker TobyMac is bringing his “Hits Deep” tour to Xcel Energy Center for Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14, with guests Brandon Heath, Mandisa, Matthew West and Matt Maher. Tickets are $22-$42 and go on sale Saturday at 10 a.m. through  Ticketmaster and the X box office.

*We can’t seem to get their regular band to play anywhere close to town, but Phish bassist Mike Gordon will follow his bandmate Trey Anastasio’s lead and play a solo date here March 11 at the Varsity Theater. Tickets ($25) go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. via Ticketfly.com. Gordon's new album, "Overstep," is due Feb. 25 via ATO Records. Anastasio is already set to play First Ave on Feb. 4.

Mike Gordon

Mike Gordon

*Loungey jazz-pop favorites Pink Martini return to play the Fitzgerald Theater on March 5, with $40-$65 seats on sale Friday at noon via Ticketmaster or the Fitz box office.

*Underrated fuzz-pop darlings the Dum Dum Girls will play an April Fool’s gig on April 1 at the Triple Rock, on sale via First Ave outlets Friday at noon for $15. Their latest Sub Pop album, “too True,” arrives Jan. 28.

*Landing on quite a few year-end lists with their sophomore album “Hummingbird,” Los Angeles indie-rockers Local Natives will return to First Ave on April 6. Tickets ($22) go on sale Friday at noon.