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RHYE  The term “easy listening” was essentially made for the music of Rhye, a collaboration between singer Mike Milosh and producer Robin Hannibal. “Woman,” their 2013 debut, unfurled with an airy sensuality that blurred the lines between dance music, R&B balladry, and, for that matter, gender roles. Milosh sings with a feminine seduction that’s both disorienting and engrossing. Feb. 20, 9 p.m. Tickets: $22, $20 in advance. Royale.
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THE CASKET GIRLS  Creeping into town under the guise of the Graveface Roadshow, the Casket Girls are the main attraction on a bill that showcases the dark-hearted Goth beauty of Graveface Records. The Casket Girls will be joined the Stargazer Lilies and Dreamend. Feb. 20, 9 p.m. Tickets: $10, $8 in advance. Great Scott. 800-745-3000, www.ticketmaster.com

LOST IN THE TREES   The first sound you hear on Lost in the Trees’ new album is of a woman’s otherworldly voice refracting as if echoing through a long, lonely tunnel. It’s a haunting liftoff for “Past Life,” the new release from the chamber-folk ensemble led by Ari Picker. It’s a dense, sophisticated album that will fit right in among the hallowed surroundings at the Museum of Fine Arts. Feb. 21, 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $20, $16 for students, seniors, and MFA members. Museum of Fine Arts. 800-440-6975, www.mfa.org/programs/music

JAMES REED

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