Erin McKeown has been at the forefront of literate, eclectic, folk-based music ever since she released her first album, “Monday Morning Cold,” in 1999. Since that time, her work has blossomed daringly into full-blooded, haunting orchestrated music, while personally she has grown into her position as a queer artist — all while refusing to be pigeonholed. McKeown appears at Old City’s Tin Angel this weekend.

Abner Ramirez and Amanda Sudano are not your everyday married couple. They’re barely even your average musicians, what with Ramirez being one of Nashville’s most notable teachers and composers and Sudano being the daughter of guitarist/songwriter Bruce Sudano and the late, great Donna Summer.

Electro/industrial pioneers Skinny Puppy are assaulting the United States in support of their new album, “Weapon,” with The Alliance of Sound Tour, which hits the Trocadero Dec. 3, along with Front Line Assembly, Haujobb and Youth Code.

Melissa Etheridge is back on the road with a new batch of songs in her considerable sonic arsenal with the recent release of her latest album, “This is M.E.” The new album finds the out and outspoken Grammy-winning rock singer, songwriter and activist exploring new territory as the songs are cowritten and recorded by a number of songwriters and producers from a wide range of musical genres.

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