That earworm cover of “Beggin’” by Italian rock band Måneskin? They weren’t the only ones to redo the Frankie Valli classic. Monophonics did it too. The psychedelic soul band is led by Kelly Finnigan, the sweatiest vocalist in the business. The California group brings a sound reminiscent of ’60s and ’70s era psychedelic funk and soul and intense energy that won’t let you stop moving—think Curtis Mayfield, Isley Brothers, Sly Stone, and Funkadelic. Finnigan’s raspy vocals and organ are backed by Ian McDonald on guitar, Austin Bohlman on drums, Myles O’Mahony on bass, Alex Baky on sax, and Ryan Scott on trumpet. The band is coming off their fifth album, It’s Only Us, released in 2020. And Finnigan just completed his first solo project, The Tales People Tell, released in 2019. Monophonics’ at times dirty, at times groovy high-energy live sets brought them international acclaim. New York’s Ghost Funk Orchestra will open the show (already rescheduled twice due to the pandemic). Composer and guitarist Seth Applebaum leads the powerful 10-piece in a similar blend of the soulful, psychedelic, and funky. If the world doesn’t come crashing down again, these two bands will deliver soulful rhythms for your ears and funky grooves for your dancing shoes. By the end of the night, Finnigan will certainly be dripping wet. And you probably will too. Oct. 15 at Black Cat. $17–$20.