Monday’s Los Angeles concerts:
► Franz Ferdinand rocks the Regent Theater, with Omni at the supporting.
► Singer-songwriter and vocal powerhouse LP plays a sold-out show at the El Rey Theatre in support of her latest album “Lost on You” (out last December), joined by Lauren Ruth Ward and Josiah & the Bonnevilles.
► Long-running Minnesota indie trio Low visit the Globe Theatre, with Mono supporting.
► Blond Ambition, whose stellar debut “Slow All Over” just came out, play It’s a School Night at Bardot, joined by U.K. duo Ten Fé, Ireland’s Dermot Kennedy and Amy Shark.
► Tei Shi visits Resident in support of her debut album “Crawl Space.”
► Singer-songwriter (and ex-member of Vampire Weekend) Rostam, who has a full-length record on the way later this year, plays the Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever, joined by Buck and Kelly Zutrau.
► And the local Monday night residencies rage on: Moon Honey at the Echo (with Draemings, Cellars and Alina Bea); the Walcotts at the Bootleg Theater (with Hearty Har and Ben Jaffe); Send Medicine at the Satellite (with Avid Dancer, the Dead Horse Rhythm and Bjorn & the Sun); and Big Language at the Silverlake Lounge (with Seneca & the River and Illuminati Hotties).
Spaceface, Sugar Candy Mountain and Veronica Bianqui at the Hi Hat
Minnow, Gleemer, Sheer and New Balance at Lot 1
Two Smokin’ Barrels, Waterparx and Scotch Apostles at the Redwood Bar
Butch Bastard and Shannon Lay at the Griffin
The Jazzaholics at the Escondite
Ryan Sawyer, Tara Jane O’Neil, Wilder Zoby, Carlos Giffoni and Elaine Carey at Zebulon
Kristen Toedtman and Alicia Witt at the Hotel Café Second Stage
The Sunset Jam at the Viper Room
Stephen Lynch at the Largo at the Coronet
Birthday, the Jacks and Garrett Hazen at the Wayfarer
Slow Hollows at the Constellation Room
Los Cafres at the House of Blues Anaheim
Dude York, Lindsay B and NO WIN at Acerogami
Open Mic at the Lexington