There’s a lot to like about Portland, Oregon band Y La Bamba. On their most recent album, 2016’s Ojos del Sol, founder/singer Luz Elena Mendoza hops between a variety of styles, from dreamy indie-pop (“Orca”) to playground chanting (“Nos Veremos”) to the very Joni Mitchell-ish vocal inflections on “Atmosphere”. Singing in both Spanish and English, Mendoza was called “one of the most innovative and exciting young vocalists around” by NPR. (It’s extremely NPR-ready.) Percussive new single “Mujeres” hints at a marginally more aggressive sound on the band’s forthcoming album. John DeCarlo opens this reasonably early Monday show.