Anyone who has been following the rise and rise of this Stranger Genius Award–nominated quartet of excellent musicians (D’Vonne Lewis, Evan Flory-Barnes, Josh Rawlings, and Ahamefule J. Oluo) has noticed that Industrial Revelation will play at almost any venue that’s open to them. It can be a museum, a jazz club, a big stage, or just a dinky bar. One could even imagine them performing in a barbershop with enough room for their equipment. This openness is not an indication of desperation, but of an openness to all possible audiences. If you want to listen to their music—which is a brilliant blend of jazz, punk, indie rock, hiphop, and funk—they will play it for you, no matter your age, race, or location. Tonight, the venue happens to be the cultural institution that is the Blue Moon Tavern. (Blue Moon Tavern, 712 NE 45th St,, 9:30 pm, $10, 21+)