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Steve Slagg @ Hungry Brain (6/27)

Steve Slagg (FKA Youngest Son) is preparing to release his first album, Strange Flesh, in five years on June 27th. Slagg draws upon his personal experiences to create traditional piano-driven pop in the style of Randy Newman or Elton John.

You can help Slagg celebrate the release of the new album on June 27th at Hungry Brain with Allison Van Liere.

Photo by Jonathan Randall Grant


Sir Mango @ Subt (Tonight, 6/19)

Sir Mango released their debut EP, "Whits”, today (6/19). This is the stripped down acoustic rock of Eric Doar (Tubs, Vox), Tion Burke (Guitfiddle, Bass, Vox), and Miles Eddy (Guitfiddle, Bass, Vox).

You can help the trio celebrate the release of their EP tonight, June 19th, at Subterranean with Strange Foliage, Origami Button, and Rainbow James.


Chore Boy "Stories You Can Tell Yourself"

Chore Boy & Brad Kemp are back again with a new album called Stories You Can Tell Yourself. This drops just six months after Exordium and features contributions from femdot., Beloved Gang, Super King Reza, and many more.

The album centers around the idea of our own personal narratives and how they can either help or hurt us and they ways we perceive the world we live in.


Hugo Reyes

Worry Records recently released the debut EP from radio host, music journalist, and musician Hugo Reyes.

Reyes has been supporting and showing love for the local scene for years and it is great to see him making a strong official entrance on a great local label.


Busy Bodies "Extended Play"

Busy Bodies recently released their debut EP which is cleverly title “Extended Play”. This is the Americana-Influenced rock of Michael Molitor (guitar, vocals), Ben Baran (guitar, vocals), John Schmisek (keys, vocals), True Markham (bass, vocals), Matt Donnelly (drums).

The band talks about how their sound and process is truly collaborative and it really does shine through in the harmonies the fills this album.


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