Los Angeles concerts for your Wednesday:
► Ms. Lauryn Hill does a show at the Belasco Theater.
► Matisyahu holds forth at the Wiltern.
► Kentucky’s Freakwater, who just released their first album in over a decade, “Scheherazade,” visits the Echo, with Jay Jayle and Morgan Geer’s Drunken Prayer supporting.
► With their new album “Bloodsweat” on the way March 25, Plague Vendor rocks the Troubadour, with the Bots and White Mystery opening.
► Todd Goldstein of Brooklyn indie-rockers Arms (and before that, Harlem Shakes) plays the Hi Hat, joined by L.A.’s Hands and Mike Sempert.
► And Blondfire does a free show at Harvard & Stone, with Bloke and Bird and Wolf Prize also performing.
Alison Wonderland and Golden Features at the Fonda Theatre
Lita Ford (in conversation) at the Bootleg Theater
The Crazy Brave, L A River Bend and Livingmore at the Silverlake Lounge
Brillz and Virtual Riot at Los Globos
Liv Slingerland and Betty Petty at Lot 1 Cafe
D-Styles and Gaslamp Killer at Low End Theory at the Airliner
Darlingside, Caitlin Canty, Liza Anne and Michigan Rattlers at the Hotel Café
The Dose, the Station Breaks, Eliza Rickman and Joelle at the Hotel Café Second Stage
Jerry Joseph, Sarah Dashew and Roses & Cigarettes at the Mint
Money Money Money, Arsenic, Space Cream and Elinor & the Cavalry at the Viper Room
Friends of the Friendless, Monoplasma and Luna Aura at Club Moscow at Boardner’s
Langosta Blanca at the Love Song
Dirty Dishes, the Controversy and the Big Bang at Saint Rocke
Moon Honey, Purple Mountains Majesties and Creatures Choir at the Wayfarer
The Cave Singers and Current Swell at the Constellation Room
AJ Croce at the Coach House
Craig Shoemaker’s All-Stars at the Canyon
Amy Loftus at Molly Malone’s
Carly Van Skaik at Genghis Cohen
The Federal Affair at the Federal Bar