Source Victoria to Play Rhythm Room Twice This Month, August

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 Although they've been on the quiet side the last few months, local favorites Source Victoria are back with two shows in the next two months. First up, the guys will play Phoenix's The Rhythm Room Wednesday, July 22 for an all-ages show with LA indie-rock act JP Inc. (formerly Pleaseausaur) and Norman, Okla. pysch-pop band Starlight Mints . Doors are at 7:30 p.m. and tickets are $10 in advance and $12 day of show and available through Stinkweeds, Zia Records and Hoodlums.

The band is a favorite among local musicians like Jimmy Eat World singer Jim Adkins, who is often at their shows when his band isn't touring. SV will also perform Thursday, Aug. 20 at The Rhythm Room with Colorstore, The Other 49, Snake! Snake! Snakes! and Merrily. It's an all-ages show and doors are at 7 p.m. The cover is $6. 

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