7:30 p.m. • Cedar Cultural Center • $15

Had “Twins” co-stars Danny DeVito and Arnold Schwarzenegger not been preoccupied with finding their birth mother in that goofy ’80s flick, perhaps they could’ve made mellifluous, jazz-tinged electro-R&B like Ibeyi. Less of an odd couple than Danny and Arnold, Naomi and Lisa-Kaindé Diaz are the twin daughters of celebrated Cuban percussionist Anga Diaz. Their stark, self-titled debut (issued via XL) carries influences from hip-hop to Cuban folk and West African Yoruba culture. The Paris-based siblings trade verses in English and Yoruba over electronic and organic beats and serpentine piano leads. Flo Morrissey opens. Michael Rietmulder