Coverboy, which also features musical tributes to Jean Paul Gaultier and Nikki Sixx. This is the final night of Fatal Jamz’s monthlong residency at the Echo, so expect Belle to leave it all on the stage. With Part Time, James Ferraro and Smith Westerns’ Cullen Omori.
Fatal Jamz mastermind and frontman Marion Belle sings like a guy who’s already a rock star, even if most people still don’t know his name. His music is an entertaining mish-mash of classic power-pop, glam-rock and swooning ’80s new wave — Bowie and Sweet by way of The Cure and Kajagoogoo, with guitars and synths trading massive hooks and Belle emoting like an eyelinered MTV heartthrob in a strobe-lit wind tunnel. “I’m like the CEO of love and here’s my business card,” he teases on “Lead Singer” off his latest album, the deliciously tawdry