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Indie Rock

Sunshine Boys "2x3" & Farewell Show

Sunshine Boys have sadly released their final two songs in the form of a mini EP called "2x3". Back in April the trio's drummer, Freda Love Smith (Blake Babies, Antenna, Mysteries of Life), announced that she is retiring from drumming and that this would bring Sunshine Boys to an end.

On these new songs, as it has been since the trio formed in 2016, Smith is joined by Jacqueline Schimmel (Justin Roberts, Big Hello), and Dag Juhlin (Poi Dog Pondering, The Slugs).

You can catch Sunshine Boys for one final performance on June 23rd at SPACE in Evanston.


Aunt Kelly "Worse For You"

Aunt Kelly recently released the latest and final single, "Worse For You", before the released of their forthcoming album, Remember.

The single is accompanied by the Robert Kelly directed video below.

You can help Aunt Kelly celebrate the release of their album on June 16th at Schubas with Reno Cruz and Friko.


Friko "Whenever Forever" (Home Demos)

Friko has released a collection of demo versions of a few of the songs from their recent EP "Whenever Forever".

Friko have a busy summer planned, and you can catch them at Schubas on June 16th, at Sleeping Village on July 21st, and Lincoln Hall on August 20th.


The Handcuffs "Burn the Rails"

The Handcuffs have released their debut album "Burn the Rails". Back in April we shared the video for the album's lead single, "I Cry For You", and now we bring you the video for their latest single "Love Me While You Can".

You can catch The Handcuffs on June 25th kicking off Day two of Pravada Fest at Sketchbook Brewing in Skokie.


Snow Ellet "Can't Hear the Phone"

Snow Ellet has released the second single, "Can't Hear the Phone", from his forthcoming EP, "Glory Days", which is set to be released on June 10th via Wax Bogeda.

You can help Snow Ellet celebrate the release of the EP at Beat Kitchen on June 15th with Arcadia Grey and Gosh Diggity.


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