Coming to venues this week (tickets still available at press time):
• Rolling Stone magazine called Flipper's 1982 album "Generic Flipper" one of the best punk rock albums of all time, and the band is touring in its 40th year. They'll play at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 6, at Bossanova Ballroom, 722 E. Burnside St. Tickets: $18, www.bossanovaballroom.com. Original members Ted Falconi and Steve DePace are joined by David Yow and Rachel Thoele.
• Electrofunk duo Chromeo — Montreal natives Dave 1 and P-Thugg — has put out its fifth studio LP, "Head Over Heels," and will stop at the Crystal Ballroom, 1332 W. Burnside St., on its tour. They'll take the stage at 8 p.m. Thursday, June 6. Tickets: $30, $35 day of show, www.crystalballroompdx.com.
• Portland indie artist Jacob Miller has released a new song, "Take Me Home," ahead of his full-length album "This New Home." He'll play a record release gig 9 p.m. Friday, June 7, at Mississippi Studios, 3939 N. Mississippi Ave. Tickets: $12, $14 day of show, www.mississippistudios.com.
• The concert season at Sunlight Supply Amphitheater in Ridgefield, Wash., starts with Goo Goo Dolls and Train, 7 p.m. Saturday, June 8. Tickets start at $24, www.sunlightsupplyamphitheater.com.
• Buckcherry is coming to Portland on its "Warpaint" tour, fresh off releasing an album of the same name March 8, its first new music in four years. The band was formed in 1985, and had two big hits, including Billboard top-10 "Sorry." They'll play at 8 p.m. Tuesday, June 11, at the Hawthorne Theatre, 1507 S.E. 39th Ave. Tickets: $29.50, $34 day of show, www.hawthornetheatre.com.
• Shawn Mendes is set to release his third album May 25 via Island Records, following up 2016's "Illuminate," which had three top-10 radio hits, and 2014's "Handwritten," which includes "Stitches." The first two tracks from the upcoming album have been released: "In My Blood" and "Lost In Japan." He'll perform at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 12, at the Moda Center. Tickets start at $47, $17 parking, www.rosequarter.com.
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