“I wanna be your best girl/I wanna be the one that takes down the world,” Annabel Liddell declares amid the surging punk power chords of “Best Girl,” from Miss June’s new album, Bad Luck Party. “Antevert my uterus and birth you all/Anarchy can only be about a girl … I heard a rumor that it’s a boys’ world.” The rest of the album ranges from the fast, thrashing intensity of “Two Hits” and the hard-rock crush of “Enemies” to spacey passages such as “Double Negative” and the jangling indie pop of “Anomaly,” which segues into grungy heaviness. Liddell could be describing the impact of her own music on “Scorpio” when she sings, “She came into my life like a tornado.”
Moroccan Lounge, 901 E. First St., downtown L.A.; Sat., Nov. 2, 6 p.m.; $15; ages 21 & over. (213) 395-0610, www.themoroccan.com/e/miss-june-early-show–67801384767.
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