CARTEL Hotlanta-area pop rock.
WHEN | WHERE 6 p.m. Wednesday, The Crazy Donkey, 1058 Rte. 110, Farmingdale
INFO $15 advance, $17 day of; 631-753-1975, clubloaded.com, thecrazydonkey.com
AGAINST ME! You're not against punk rock, are you? Moneybrother, Dead to Me
WHEN | WHERE 6 p.m. Friday, The Crazy Donkey, 1058 Rte. 110, Farmingdale
INFO $12; 631-753-1975, clubloaded .com, thecrazydonkey.com
HAMMER OF THE GODS Miss Zeppelin? This one's for you. (And bring a healthy, nonperishable food item for rock CAN roll.)
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INFO $25-$45; 516-299-3100, tillescenter.org, ticketmaster.com
LEVON HELM BAND The drummer from The Band is front and center now.
WHEN | WHERE 8 p.m. Friday, Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, 76 Main St.
INFO $95-$145; 631-288-1500, whbpac.org
TALIB KWELI & HI TEK Or better known as the hip-hop duo Reflection Eternal. No offense, other bands, but this is the best show this week.
WHEN | WHERE 7 p.m. Sunday, The Crazy Donkey, 1058 Rte. 110, Farmingdale
INFO $25 advance, $28 day of; 631-753-1975, clubloaded .com, thecrazydonkey.com
Faith No More
WHEN | WHERE July 2, Williamsburg Waterfront, Brooklyn (second show added)
INFO $44 through ticketmaster.com, 800-745-3000
WHEN | WHERE Sept. 14, Beacon Theatre, Manhattan
INFO $46-$105 through livenation.com, 800-745-3000
WHEN | WHERE Nov. 5. Nassau Coliseum
INFO $32-$52 through ticketmaster.com, 800-745-3000
Saturday & Sunday
ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN When these guys first hit it big, "college-rock" was a genre.
WHEN | WHERE 9 p.m., Fillmore New York at Irving Plaza, 17 Irving Place, Manhattan
INFO $39.50; 212-777-6800, livenation.com
CORINNE BAILEY RAE The delightful Brit singer-songwriter just played the Coachella Fest.
INFO $32.50; 212-353-1600, ticketmaster.com
Melissa Etheridge's "Fearless Love" (Island)
Mary Chapin Carpenter's "The Age of Miracles" (Zoe / Rounder)
Bullet for My Valentine's "Fever" (Zomba)
Jo Dee Messina's "Unmistakable Love" (Curb)
Miranda Cosgrove's "Sparks Fly" (Columbia)
Jamie Foxx gets help from Justin Timberlake and T.I. on his new single "Winner" (J), which plays out like a slowed-down "4 Minutes to Save the World" combined with an NBA playoffs commercial and remixed by Dr. Dre circa "The Chronic." Luckily, "Winner," set for Foxx's upcoming summer album, was picked as the theme for the NBA Finals on TNT, or the chorus of "I feel like I can't miss . . . so just pass me the ball" would have gone without a marketing hook.