Gypsy punkers Gogol Bordello are roaring back into town in support of their new release, Live from Axis Mundi. Equal parts hardcore punk and gypsy folk, Gogol Bordello burst, fists flying, onto the scene with their debut album, 1999's Voi-La Intruder, and has since gone on to storm everything from the film to the fashion industries. Fronted by timbre-voiced, handlebar-mustachioed eccentric Eugene Hutz, the musicians hail from around the world--Ukraine, Russia, Israel, Ethiopia--and create can't-quite-put-your-finger-on-it music. Live from Axis Mundi features tunes and footage from sold-out performances in 2007 in New York City. Monday's show will be the band's second trip to Boise in recent years, and they'll be joined by guests Apostle of Hustle.
7 p.m., $20, Knitting Factory, 416 S. Ninth St., knittingfactory.com.