Sunday: He's My Brother She's My Sister

Updated 4/24/2013

Urban Outfitters-ready indie troupe gets cute at the Entry. Plus: R&B throwbacks Jagged Edge.

He’s My Brother She’s My Sister

He’s My Brother She’s My Sister

9 p.m. • 7th Street Entry • 18-plus • $10-$12

So it’s not just a clever(ish) name: These L.A. folkies are led by the sister-brother vocal combo of Rachel and Rob Kolar. For a clue to their sound, look no further than the wHiMsY-packed press photo above. The jangly quintet has no shortage of talent, but its adept alt-folk players favor a sugar-rush approach. Any indie leanings (i.e. opening stints with Local Natives and Neko Case) should be taken with a grain of salt; HMBSMS is primed for an iPod ad, making the Teen Vogue-exclusive stream of their debut album, 2012’s “Nobody Dances in This Town,” not all that surprising. But hey, your girlfriend thinks it’s fun. Opening: Jessica Hernandez & the Deltas and local act Actual Wolf. Jay Boller 

Jagged Edge

9 p.m. • Insert Coin(s), 315 1st Av. N., Mpls. • $25-$40

If you need good fodder for a throwback daydream, take a peek at Jagged Edge’s music video for 2001’s “Where the Party At.” In it, the early-aughts stars parachute into a PG-13 version of the pool party from Nelly’s “Tip Drill.” The four-member R&B group, identifiable by identical twins Brandon and Brian Casey, fell off the map in recent years, making their appearance at a retro arcade club all the more appropriate. In fact, old-school games will be free the night of the concert and the event will, of all things, feature a complimentary buffet from 9 to 10:30 p.m. Devine Collection and DJ King Otto also perform. Spencer Doar