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Friday, November 26, 2010

Local Releases: Iron Birds, Small Town Sinners

Posted By on November 26, 2010, 1:33 PM

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We're delving a bit into the unknown for your Black Friday releases, with two bands who have nothing informative about their albums! --- The first of these two is Iron Birds. By the look of things, this hard rock band have been together about only six months or so. If longer, they sure haven't done anything to show it. In fact, they haven't shown much of anything. Their MySpace is rarely visited by themselves and their Facebook only has two videos available of “recoding sessions”. Supposedly the album is done, but when trying to reach them for info we got no response back. So essentially we have no clue what you're walking into with this group, other than its straight up rock, and they have a band logo. If you'd like to take a chance and purchase the unknown EP, you can catch them tonight at Kilby Court. I'd tell you more but not even Kilby is sure who they're playing with, so it'll all be a surprise to everyone. $6 starting at 7PM.

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Which brings us to the other unknown release of the evening with some old friends of ours... Small Town Sinners. The folkish-indie group out of SLC have done pretty well, including getting some airplay on KRCL and UtahFM with the song “Flask” off their 2010 debut album, The Dirty Thirty. Now it appears the group has gone back to recording and EP, or they've compiled some work from the prior album that didn't quite make it. We can't tell on this one either because they have no info posted and didn't respond either. All we can tell you is that it probably sounds much like the first release, and that they'll be playing Bar Deluxe tonight with Charles Ellsworth. Show starts at 8PM, supposedly $6.
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Head out, love music, buy local!

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