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Assuming you’re not too sunburned to move after whatever it was you got up to over Pride weekend, the Reader‘s Soundboard page has more than enough to keep you busy—after the jump, a sampling of the shows we’ve written up for the next few days.

Of course not every worthwhile show gets a Soundboard writeup—there are simply too many worthwhile shows, especially this time of year. For instance the Occidental Brothers Dance Band International and Chico Trujillo play for free tonight at 6:30 in Millennium Park. And drummer Frank Rosaly wraps up a residency with his Puerto Rican-inflected free-jazz trio, Bootstrap, on Tuesday evening at the Whistler.

Philip Montoro

Philip Montoro has been an editorial employee of the Reader since 1996 and its music editor since 2004. Pieces he has edited have appeared in Da Capo’s annual Best Music Writing anthologies in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, and 2011. He shared two Lisagor Awards in 2019 for a story on gospel pioneer Lou Della Evans-Reid, and he’s also split two national awards from the Association of Alternative Newsmedia: one for multimedia in 2019 for his work on the TRiiBE collaboration the Block Beat, and one in in 2020 for editing the music writing of Reader staffer Leor Galil. Philip has played scrap metal in Lozenge, drummed with the Disasters, the Afflictions, and Brilliant Pebbles, and sung for the White Outs. He wrote the column Beer and Metal from 2012 till 2015, and hopes to do so again one day. You can also follow him on Twitter.