Tame Impala

8 p.m. • First Avenue • 18-plus •sold out

It feels like Tame Impala only moves forward. Ever since its voyage of a debut album, 2010’s “Innerspeaker,” the Australian five-piece has only expanded upon its success. The boys sprinted to the front lines of the indie-music world after their universally acclaimed follow-up, 2012’s “Lonerism,” turned them into festival headliners. The hazy psych-rockers’ forthcoming album — “Currents,” due this summer — is one of the year’s most highly anticipated releases. Melodic power-pop trio Mini Mansions opens. Alex Nelson


Tove Styrke

8:30 p.m. • Triple Rock • 18-plus • $10

As a teenager, this Scandi electro-popper landed a record deal after a strong showing on “Swedish Idol” in 2009. But following her eponymous debut album, which fared well in her homeland, things went quiet for the singer/producer. Last year’s bubbly “Borderline” EP, with its Santigold-channeling title track, announced the promising pop pup’s return. Lead single “Even if I’m Loud It Doesn’t Mean I’m Talking to You” has a “Hollaback Girl” snap, while Styrke wields simple, sticky hooks throughout. The 22-year-old’s comeback continues with her “Kiddo” LP, due in June. All-male synth-pop trio LANY and Strange Relations open. Michael Rietmulder