Friday, July 1, 2016

Local Releases: Revolting The Mooninite's Radius

Brand new music from Radius, Revolt Of The Potatobug, Mooninite and more

Posted By on July 1, 2016, 3:15 PM

Fireworks may be filling up your weekend, but in between the BBQs and drunken house parties, we hope you're throwing on some local tunes and checking out some of the shows happening this weekend.  First, we're giving you everything that came out digitally this week, then join us for the one release concert in store for you tomorrow.

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Revolt of the Potatobug - House of the Second Sea
Mara Sylvia - Concordia (EP)
The Avenues - The Avenues Don't Want To Live On This Planet Anymore
Barrondo - Bo Bemos (Demos) 
Percy and the Prefects - Which is Witch (Demos)
Swain - Valley Tan

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Mooninite - Mooninite (EP2)
Real Rigged - A Day At The Races
Zynvolla - Awaking
MC Toast - Droppin Hits Like They Candle Lits
Patrick Bradshaw - Old News 
Various Artists - Dirt First Records Compilation Vol​.​4

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Pillar of Salt - A Graceful Exit
DULT - Ughhhhh
Sidecar Judy - More Music for Humans
I See Your Nightmares - Affinity For Broken Things
Forever Indifferent - Relent (EP) 

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The one show we have this week takes place on Saturday, July 2, where we'll see the latest from Radius.  The Arizona transplant has been busting his ass over the past few years in SLC, slowly earning cred while also trying to deliver shows that don't feel like every other hip-hop show you've ever attended. His self-titled EP that came out last year earned him some real buzz in the community, and now he's set to release his follow-up album, 2. You can snag a copy at Kilby Court as he performs with  Ivie, AZA and Brayzee opening. Tickets are $10 and the doors open at 7 p.m.

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Love music, head out, buy local!

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