Top 4 shows: March 25-31
Dan Tedesco and The Colt Walkers
Friday: The constantly touring Dan Tedesco returns to his home base of Des Moines for a 9 p.m. show at Gas Lamp, 1501 Grand Ave. Tedesco's third album "Death in the Valley," came out last year. The show is also an album release party for The Colt Walkers' debut album, "Trail of Blood and Broken Hearts." $10. Go to gaslampdsm.com.
Bonne Finken & The Collective
Saturday: Fresh off South by Southwest, Bonne Finken & The Collective return to Des Moines to perform in the Temple Theater at the Temple for Performing Arts, 1011 Locust St. The show comes almost a year after the release of Finken's breakthrough "Fairytales/Love Affairs," which saw Finken break out thanks to her pursuing her true musical passions. $15. Go to desmoinesperformingarts.org.
Saturday: The Omaha band Twinsmith performs at 10 p.m. Saturday at Vaudeville Mews, 212 Fourth St. The band's latest album, "Alligator Years," which was partially recorded in Des Moines and produced by members of The Envy Corps, comes out May 5 through Saddle Creek. The Olympics, John June Year and Suave Johnny's open the show. $7. Go to vaudevillemews.com.
Sunday: Industrial metal/death pop group Orgy performs at 6 p.m. at the Val Air Ballroom, 301 Ashworth Road, West Des Moines. The band was founded in 1994 by vocalist Jay Gordon and scored its first hit in 1998 with its cover of New Order's "Blue Monday." Orgy hasn't released an album in more than a decade, but did put out a new single last year, "Wide Awake and Dead." $17 in advance, $20 at the door. Go to valairballroom.com.