Cinnamon Chasers is the “nu-disco” moniker of Russ Davies, son of the Kinks’ Dave Davies. He’ll be joined at Red Square tomorrow (Friday) with Digital Dharma and Organik Time Machine (8 PM, $10, 465-0444). . . . The McLovins look less like the Superbad character with each passing year, but their chops just get better. They’ll be at Putnam Den on Friday (9 PM, $10, 584-8066). . . . Irish singer-songwriter Susan McKeown will be at the Eighth Step on Friday (7:30 PM, $25, 346-6204). . . . Jim Gaudet and the Railroad Boys will celebrate the release of their new record Reasons That I Run at the Linda on Friday (8 PM, $15, 465-5233). . . . It’s hard to believe Enter the Haggis are from Toronto, as it almost seems like they’re in the area most weekends. On Saturday they’ll be at the Egg (8 PM, $24, 473-1845). . . . Formula 5 have been on the rise this past year. They’ll celebrate their first record on Saturday at Red Square (8 PM, $10, 465-0444). . . . Bands N Beans are back at the Roaring Brook Ranch, featuring Rich Ortiz, Stony Creek Band, Rattail Jimmy, Master Cylinders and lots of chili (2 PM, $20, 668-2616). . . . Singer-songwriter James McMurtry returns to Club Helsinki on Sunday (8 PM, $25, 828-4800).