The punks and the godfathers

Post-punk glory comes to Miami in the form of the Psychedelic Furs, playing 8 p.m. Sunday at Grand Central. The band gained popularity for its John Hughes-era hits, including "Pretty in Pink" and "Heartbreak Beat." The Lemonheads will open. Tickets cost $28.53 at GrandCentralMiami.com and $30 plus fees at the door.

Sweat Records, Miami's independent record store, hosts Black Moth Super Rainbow's show 10 p.m. Tuesday at the Stage. The abstract-rock quintet funded its latest album of experimental tracks, "Cobra Juicy," through Kickstarter donations. The work features double-pedal bass drums and sensual ambient vocals. Tickets cost $10 at TheStageMiami.com.

For a spell of nostalgia, head to the BB&T Center Thursday at 7:30 p.m. to see the Who perform "Quadrophenia." The Brit rockers' magnum opus was made into a film in 1979, and Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend have been touring the States playing the entire album live, and then some. Tickets go from $66 to $163.25 on Ticketmaster.com.

Jake Shimabukuro's ukulele cover of Adele's "Rolling in the Deep" is no less emotive than the original, though the Hawaii-based musician skips the vocals on that and all his songs. Shimabukuro will play the Kravis Center 8 p.m. Friday. Tickets cost $50.25 to $82 on Ticketmaster.com.


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The soulful Jill Scott will appear at Hard Rock Live Friday night at 8, as well, so head there instead of West Palm if you're into smooth get-down music. Tickets cost $58 to $99.50 on Ticketmaster.com.