If you see one band this week, make it Electrelane, the U.K. art-rock band who just released a doozy of an album on too-cool label, Too Pure, who combine tough femininity with sterling, almost jammy indie rock. They're at The Casbah on April 10 with the Convoy off-ramps, Louis XIV, who're getting some massive props right now in the U.K., along with the artist formerly known as The Incredible Moses Leroy-The Soft Lightes. For those wanting brimstone and glass shards with their song hooks, check out the bill at the Che Café on April 9. It's a screaming match between New York's Hot Cross, the motherband of hardcore label Level Plane, and Lickgoldensky, Philadelphia's serrated screamo band du jour. For a similarly hard, but more rock-oriented show, two strong new local bands-Please Mr. Gravedigger and Gasoline Please-pretend their electric punishment is polite at The Epicentre on April 10. For people who still believe the "p" in punk stands for politics, Punkvoter.com rallies the oft-unregistered voting bloc at UCSD's RIMAC on April 7 with the triple threat of Alkaline Trio, Dead Kennedy's mastermind Jello Biafra and the funniest speech impeded pop-punkers around, NOFX. On the hippier side of things, local electrified swamp-bar bluesman Scottie Blinn and his Mississippi Mud throw a bash to celebrate the release of their new album at Tio Leo's on April 10. Jamheads should head straight for The Breakfast (formerly Psychedelic Breakfast) that same night at Winston's. B-fast won this year's award for "New Groove" at the Jammys. Other good bets, on the quick: tender Temecula screamo band Finch at The Epicentre on April 8; nerdy, multi-million-selling folk-rockers The Proclaimers at The Casbah on April 9; and good local rock bill of Reeve Oliver, Parker Theory and Dorado Gold at Soma on April 9.