Tonight's Afro Beat showcase at the Granada, 1020 Mass., features enough talent for three shows. Kansas City's Hearts of Darkness is an incredible band that create lush, horn- and drum-driven songs that benefit from the band's double-digit lineup and sonic diversity. They are joined by Lawrence's SUNU, who similarly fuzes jazz, funk R&B and rock elements together into a cohesive, dynamic mix. If that weren't enough, DJs Kim Barely Legal and DJ Stiga will also be on-hand spinning funk and soul records. The show starts at 9 p.m. and is $7 in advance, $10 at the door. The show is open for all ages.