Friday, July 8
Quiet Hollers Forever Chemicals Release Party
The Whirling Tiger
8 p.m. | $18
One of Louisville’s most celebrated rock bands, Quiet Hollers are celebrating their latest record, Forever Chemicals — a sharp collection of songs that dive into honest areas.
Bungalow Betty, HoneyCutt, Hot Spit, Lacey Guthrie
Portal at Fifteentwelve
$10-$12 | 7:30 p.m.
The catchy indie rock of Bungalow Betty (who are releasing a new single at this show) will be joined by the dream-rock of HoneyCutt, sharp shoegaze of Hot Spit and the psych-folk of Lacey Guthrie.
Sunday, July 10
Old Forester’s Paristown Hall
8 p.m. | Ticket prices vary
Beach House’s sprawling dream-pop is a silky and cinematic masterclass of achieving ever-evolving exploration while still carving out a distinct, dynamic sound. The band’s textures are so thick and layered it almost feels that, as a listener, you’re melting into the music. And the Baltimore band, which was formed in 2004, has had one of the most consistently good stretches of records this century.
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