Band: Broncho, Yip Deceiver
Date: Monday, Dec. 3, with doors at 8 p.m.
Venue: The Merry Widow, 51 S. Conception St., themerrywidow.net
Tickets: $12 in advance//$15 day of show; available through venue website

Oklahoma indie rockers Broncho’s latest release, “Bad Behavior,” takes unsuspecting listeners on a dreamy, psychedelic journey.

Hailing from the same dimension as Tame Impala, Broncho’s wistful trip maintains a deadly warmth with a mix of modern and vintage rock. If the band’s studio work reflects its live show, Broncho’s set should be a hit with those venturing out on a Monday night.

Yip Deceiver will open the evening. This group features Montreal alums Davey Pierce and Nicholas “Dobby” Dobbratz. The pair’s love for ‘80s-era R&B club sounds cannot be denied, with synth-heavy dance anthems pulsing through their music.

Yip Deceiver continues this nostalgic love affair with its latest single, “Local Business.” This keyboard-dominated track is filled with fat, glossy tones and smooth vocal delivery in the tradition of DeBarge and Peabo Bryson.