Kate Nash launched her career in her native Britain in 2007 with the bright pop of her chart-topping album “Made of Bricks.” On subsequent releases (including this year’s “Girl Talk” album), she’s mixed it up with indie rock and neo-soul (think Amy Winehouse). She’s so far only enjoyed modest success in the U.S., but this club date on what Nash is calling her “Because I Am A Girl” tour should win her some new converts — especially as the show is all ages. 9 p.m. Wednesday at the Crocodile; $15 advance (206-441-4618 or www.thecrocodile.com).

Gillian G. Gaar, Special to The Seattle Times