The race for the perfect band name is on. While Jon Cougar Concentration Camp, Ovarian Trolley and JFKFC still remain some of the best John Does ever, it would seem that most musical groups just don’t put enough emphasis on the alias. Although Cute Is What We Aim For, a four-piece hailing from Buffalo, N.Y., implies a sense of cynicism and playfulness, the moniker shouldn’t lead you astray. One listen to “The Curse of Curves” or the “Lyrical Lies” demo is proof positive that they have much more to offer the pop-punk world than just another pretty grouping of words. They’re on tour in support of The Same Old Blood Rush with a New Touch, a summer release from Fueled By Ramen Records. Catch the band live at Orangevale’s one-and-only all-ages music venue, the Boardwalk, 9426 Greenback Lane, on the 23rd. Also on the bill are the up-and-coming Hellogoodbye, Reggie and the Full Effect and David Melillo. Advance tickets are just $15. Call (916) 988-9247 for more information.