Break out the black-light posters and the ganja: Silver Sunshine is coming to town. For the uninitiated, the San Diego quartet sounds exactly like what you'd expect a band called Silver Sunshine to sound like -- shiny, happy, groovy, man. The band likens its music to "a burning paper airplane crashing into a sugar cube." Right. Despite the fact that the Summer of Love ended, like, three decades ago, Silver Sunshine's knack for melody and songcraft keeps it from being just a dated novelty act. Sure, most of the band's songs were basically already written in 1967 by a couple of guys named John and Paul, but when you think about it, every other indie band rips off the Beatles, too. Silver Sunshine's just more honest about it. Gas up the van and head to Thee Parkside on Saturday, Feb. 19, to see Silver Sunshine along with the Time Flys and A Fir-Ju Well; call 503-0393 or visit www.theeparkside.com for more info.