Harmonica Dunn Presents:


Slop Sink, Panthatone

Wed, April 26, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm


This event is 21 and over

Chicago trio OOPS play a blend of grungey alt-rock and melodic pop-punk for the 21st century millennial boomers. This three-headed beast just released a five track EP recorded live and local at JBTV studios for you to hear on the Bandcamp, the hard-hitting Dope Dreams, and we can guarantee OOPS will knock you on your ass with their buzzsaw guitars, propulsive rhythms and throat-shredding vocals. Always exciting and electric to witness the band's raw power in a live setting.
Slop Sink
SLOP SINK is Jakob, Selma, Blue, and Avi. As queer and trans people, we play punk rock that deals with complexity, loneliness, kinky sex, being queer and trans, having fun, getting drunk, queer family, fucked up parents, and criminalization of young queer and trans youth of color in Chicago.

SLOP SINK believes in punk rock and its ability to affect change musically and emotionally. We identify our politics and our sexuality as queer, so accountability, intentionality, radical change, prison abolition, love, activism, consent, and recognizing privilege often find their way into our songs.
Venue Information:
Tonic Room
2447 N. Halsted
Chicago, IL, 60614