The last three days of April present some very fine opportunities to keep the party rolling well into the work week. Catch a whole bunch of electro-pop, catch the reunion of a famous post-hardcore group, or sway to the sexy vibes of Connan Mockasin.

Monday, April 28


It’s been years since Swedish electropop duo The Knife came to Boston, but the group will roll through House of Blues, touring its highly visual and engaging live show behind last year’s “Shaking The Habitual” (with DJ Riobamba and Tarek Halaby; 7:30 p.m., $35-45, all ages). Local blues rockers Coyote Kolb play this weeks free Zuzu show with Cambridge folk punks Old Hat (10 p.m., free, 21+). Experimental pop crew Fumehood and Boston psych-rockers The I Want You lead the Charlie’s bill as well (with The Double Stops and Steep Leans; 9 p.m., $5, 21+).

Tuesday, April 29


Louisville post-hardcore legends Slint reunite for a tour which will stop at The Paradise (with Spires That In the Sunset Rise; 7 p.m., $25, 18+). Local colorful Mexo-Americana folk act David Wax Museum will lead a bill at The Sinclair (with Rusty Belle; 7:30 p.m., $20, 18+). Boston electropop act Clifflight just scored a spot on this fall’s Boston Calling lineup, but you can check them first out at the modest setting of Great Scott (9 p.m., $3, 18+). Margot & The Nuclear So & So’s will also make an appearance at Middle East Downstairs (with Empires and Kate Myers; 8 p.m., $15, 18+).

Wednesday, April 30


Synth funk duo Chromeo brings the party to House of Blues in support of their upcoming album “White Women” (with Oliver; 7 p.m., $25-45, all ages). Silky smooth New Zealand psych-soul act Connan Mockasin will bring his freaky show to Brighton Music Hall (with Kirin J Callinan and DJ Carbo; 8 p.m., $12, 18+). Bare-bones folk act The Milk Carton Kids were supposed to play Brighton Music Hall, but due to overwhelming demand, the act was bumped up to The Paradise (with Brian Wright; 7 p.m., $16, 18+). Indie rocker Lo-Fang was recently chosen to support Lorde on tour, but will play a show at Great Scott in support of his latest “Blue Film” (with Kate Berlant; 9 p.m., $12, 18+).