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Surf Rock is Dead

Brooklyn-based, but originally hailing from Chicago and Melbourne, Surf Rock is Dead recently released their newest single "Anymore" and announced their debut EP, out Sept. 18. The duo of Kevin Pariso and Joel Witenberg, despite the name of their band, embrace the tone and mood of surf rock while applying a new wave and dream-pop lens.


Troubled Hubble Reunion Show

Trouble Hubble is back from a ten year hiatus. The band last released their 2005 album, Making Beds In a Burning House, and now will be performing at SubT on September 5th. The band has other shows scheduled this Fall, but no word on if there is a new album in the works.

Joining Trouble Hubble on Sept 5th at SubT will be Inspector Owl and Truman & His Trophy.



Whitney is Max Kakacek and Julien Ehrlich of Smith Westerns. The duo recently announced that they would be releasing an EP through Lead Riders in September and are working on a Full-length. The duo's first single is called "No Matter Where We Go" and is a Psych-pop gem.


Local Motive @ Cubby Bear

Local Motive is releasing their debut EP, Superconductors, this week. The EP was recorded at Rax Trax Recording and mastered at Gravity Studios, and is filled soulful funk and rock. Check out the EP's first single, "Shallow Water", below.

You can help Local Motive celebrate the release at Cubby Bear on Aug. 28th with Blue Mud, Felix & Lyons, and Collin McGee.


S'Pocket @ Reggie's

S'Pocket is bringing their unique blend of funk and rock to Reggie's on September 12th. This performance is SweetWater Brewing's concert series and will also feature performances by Digeometric and Concrete Roots.


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