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Surabhi Ensemble at City Winery (6.26.23)

Surabhi Ensemble (selected as one of the city's "Top International and Global Ensembles" in the Chicago Reader’s 'Best of Chicago' 2022 poll) will be playing City Winery on Monday, June 26th.

The critically acclaimed group of musicians and dancers will be premiering new work and previewing material for a 2024 tour of India that will include stops at Prince of Gujarat, The University of Pune, and the Tourism Department of Goa. This continues the Ensemble's "Global Peace Tour" which has included performances in Vietnam, Senegal, Spain, Portugal, and Mexico.

Surabhi Ensemble returns to City Winery after a successful debut of a new work called "Scenes From the Pandemic" at the Chicago World Music Festival.

Surabhi will present excerpted scenes from the new work along with special guest appearances by members of Sones de Mexico, Las Guitarras de España, Intercultural Music Production, the Ishti Collective, and Massamba Diop, the Senegalese talking drummer from the 2018 Marvel Studios film Black Panther. The City Winery show will be a tribute to "talking drum" master Mamadou Tama (Modou Sarr) who passed away recently.


Soft Charm "Soup"

Soft Charm has released their second single, "Soup", which follow's their debut, "Forest Green", which dropped back in April.

You can catch Soft Charm on July 23rd at Downstairs with Pony, TV Stars, and The Flips.


Party'z at Cobra Lounge (6.22.23)

Party'z released their EP in early 2022 and are currently putting the finishing touches on a new album.

This is the work of Andy Hendricks (drums & percussion), Delia Hornik (keyboard), Mark Jaeschke (guitar & vocals), and Clare Teeling (bass & vocals).

You can catch Party'z at Cobra Lounge on June 22nd with Nora Marks, Crocodyle, and Calico Plaid.


Water From Your Eyes at Sleeping Village (6.22.23)

Water From Your Eyes released their latest album, Everyone's Crushed, last month. This is the work of the Brooklyn-based duo of Rachel Brown and Nate Amos.

Amos began his music career here in Chicago as Opposites and This is Lorelei while signed with the local label Sooper Records. He has been based in New York since 2016 but made a big impact during his time here.

You can catch Water From Your Eyes at Sleeping Village on June 22nd with Floatie and Options (Computer Music).

Footballhead "Habits"

Footballhead recently released the first single, "Habits", from brand new album, Overthinking Everything, which was released today, June 20th.

This is the project led by Ryan Nolen who work with fellow Snow Ellet bandmate Eric Reyes to create these elaborate bedroom recordings.


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