The Regrettes. Aren't they too young to have regrets? Lydia Night, the lead singer of this L.A. garage-punk feminist foursome is only 16. But what the Regrettes do have is songs, attitude, a major label deal with Warner Bros., and a buzz coming out of SXSW. With Active Bird Community and So Totally. All-ages. 4 p.m. Sunday at Kung Fu Necktie.



Todd Rundgren ft. Robyn, “That Could Have Been Me.” Upper Darby’s own wizard and true star teams up with the Swedish alt-pop star on a sterling power ballad from his forthcoming White Knight album, which includes collaborations with Bettye LaVette, Daryl Hall, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, and Joe Walsh, among others.



Bob Dylan, Q&A with Bill Flanagan. What TV shows does Bob Dylan watch on the bus while on his Never Ending Tour? “I Love Lucy, all the time, nonstop.” Dylan releases Triplicate, his triple album of Sinatra-associated covers on Friday. He references Scatman Crothers, praises Amy Winehouse, and jokes about Taylor Swift in a lengthy interview with Flanagan on bobdylan.com.

Fred Thomas. Michigan-born former leader of the much-beloved indie band Saturday Looks Good to Me, and prolific songwriter behind the the smart, reflective Changer, one of the best albums of the young year. Tuesday at Boot & Saddle.

Hippo Campus. The Minneapolis quartet named after the mythological seahorses that hauled Poseidon’s chariot boasts bopping, beat-happy tunes on their debut album, landmark. They might remind you of a less arch, more Midwestern version of Vampire Weekend. Tuesday at Union Transfer.