Latasha Lee. Photo by Jay Janner, American-Statesman.

Latasha Lee & the Black Ties, Serafia at Lamberts. This powerful double bill offers two variations on Austin soul. Gutsy, Gulf-coast blues singer Latasha Lee does a Southern-fried take on doo-wop and retro R&B. Her brassy backing band is led by the Williams brothers from Carnival Beats, who helped define the sound of Texas rap in the ‘90s. Serafia has a slicker, more club-oriented sound, equal parts Euro-cool and old school Detroit house. $10. 401 W. Second St.

Also: Back so soon after playing ACL Fest last fall, SoCal reggae-rock band Rebelution plays Austin Music Hall. … Crazy diamonds will be shining on when Bricks in the Wall: The Sight & Sound of Pink Floyd pulls into Emo’s. … Bluesy Chicago rockers the Freddy Jones Band, featuring no one named Freddy Jones, are at the Parish. … Soulful Southern-pop singer-songwriter Marc Broussard plays a sold-out show indoors at Stubb’s. … Fast-rising local rockers Sweet Spirit headline a Hotel Vegas bill that also includes White Denim offshoot Bop English. … Indie-pop singer-songwriter Dana Falconberry plays Cactus Cafe. … Top roots options includeWarren Hood at the Roost, Harvest Thieves at ABGB with Clyde & Clem’s Whiskey Business, and theSouth Austin Moonlighters and MilkDrive at Strange Brew. … Find top-shelf local jazz at the Elephant Room with the Ephraim Owens Quintet.