L.A. concerts for Sunday:
► Bauhaus, so memorable in their reunion shows in early November — do it again tonight at the Palladium. Get there early for Azam Ali.
► Long-running Danish metal ghoul King Diamond headlines the Wiltern, joined by Uncle Acid & the Deadbeats and Idlehands.
► The sold-out Be Kind Holiday Benefit, which benefits Alexandria House, brings Benjamin Booker, Dhani Harrison, John C. Reilly, Mereki, Miya Folick, Sharon Van Etten, Tim Heidecker, Twin Shadow and Zella Day to the Troubadour.
► New York singer-songwriter Lina Tullgren headlines the Bootleg Theater in support of her new album “Free Cell,” with Banny Grove and Jonny Kosmo supporting.
► And Feels rocks Resident, joined by Slaughterhouse and Reckling.
X and Los Straitjackets at the Coach House
Dynasty Handbag with Carolyn Pennypacker Riggs and more at Zebulon
Izaak Opatz, the Graylings and Bones Muhroni at the Love Song
Neko! Neko! Neko!, Dimebox and Stop Thought at the Redwood Bar
Moon Fuzz, It’s Butter, Mediocre and the Stamp Collection at the Smell
KT Ruth Harms and Wisco at the Silverlake Lounge
Doble Poder at La Cita
Sleepy Gonzales, Strawberry Army and Jane Church at Harvard & Stone
The O’Jays, Jeffrey Osborne and the Four Tops at the Microsoft Theater L.A. Live
Zeptune, Lujuria, James Booth & the Return and Dahvid at the Viper Room
La Chilanga Banda (Cafe Tacvba tribute and Los Hijos Desobedientes (Maldita Vecindad tribute) at the Garden Amp
Fitness, A-Frame, Henry Sugar, DateNite, Chip Monk and Shaine at the Continental Room
Corrupted Youth, Police Shit, Street Threat and the Deleted at Alex’s Bar
Crucial Star, slchld and Late Lee at the Constellation Room
Mike Vitale at the HOB Anaheim Restaurant & Bar (Early Show)
At the Heart of the World, Quiet Fear, Scalp and Blood of Light at Chain Reaction
Flaherty, Papel and Rolfes at Gallagher’s Pub HB
Mannheim Steamroller at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts
Asleep at the Wheel at the Irvine Barclay Theatre
The Sunday Band at Pappy & Harriet’s
Kenneith Perrin at Molly Malones
Dudamel, Seong-Jin Cho (piano) and the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Walt Disney Concert Hall (Rachmananoff and Stravinsky)