While the Baby Boomers and Gen X-ers have been busy worrying about the work ethic of Millennials, Gen-Z has been quietly blossoming into a cultural force all its own. L.A. bedroom pop sensation Cuco mixes loungy, bossa nova guitars, lo-fi drum clippings and the inside jokes of a generation raised on the internet into a lazy, hazy brew. At this week’s Music in the Park he’s joined by Bay Area musician Marinero, who crafts gauzy, laid-back indie rock, inflected with Spanish and island flourishes. “Flor de Jamaica” sways lightly like a palm tree blown by a mild tropical breeze.
Thu, 5:30pm, $10+
Plaza de Cesar Chavez, San Jose