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Friday, March 11, 2016

Local Releases: Charlatans Striking Gold

Brand new music from Charlatan, Alore, Clay and more.

Posted By on March 11, 2016, 9:21 AM

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Getting into the full swing of March, there are a couple interesting shows happening this weekend with new album releases, and another one almost a full week down the road that you can check out. But first we're giving you 13 albums you can check out online right now from local artists across the state. Go through the online catalog first, and then join us below for those shows.

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Faces In Mountains - When Things Didn't Go The Way You Wanted
Fly The Arrow - Legends
Braeyden Jae - Perpetual Child
Full Trash - Goat (EP)
Mosstone - Manners
Paint the Echo - Analog Happiness

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Clay - bst.bts
Strong - Demo 2016 (EP)
Waking Up With Wolves125 . 14 // Transparency (EP)
Sardoniscorn - Dark Hypnotic Fear
Sales & Co. - Baby Teeth
La Calavera - Anecdotas (EP)
Saint Nobody
- Homestead

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The first of two shows tonight will take place at Diabolical Records, when the band Making Fuck releases their latest album, A Harrowing End. I won't need to say much on this as City Weekly's own Brian Staker wrote the band up in last week's issue, but the album itself is an amazing feat in metal, and well worth a listen. You can do so yourself as the band releasing the record tonight, playing with Worst Friends and Die Off. The double LP will run you $20, but the show is free and will start at 8 p.m.

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Meanwhile, over at the Loading Dock, we'll see the latest from Charlatan. This is a five-piece metal band out of West Jordan currently featuring Grey Sorenson, Austin Heath, Tyler Craig and Andrew Woodward. Since 2011, they've been rolling out singles and other albums while changing out members and reinventing their sound along the way. Their new EP, Nothing to Gain, will be released tonight as the band play with The CMDWN, Dethrone the Sovereign, and Tiger Fang. Tickets are $10 and the doors open at 6:30 p.m.

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Finally, going all the way until next Thursday on March 17, we'll hear the latest from Arloe. This is the solo electronica project from musician Parker Edwards, where he combines house, dance and pop into an awesome electro-beat mix that'll get you dancing. He'll be releasing his debut EP, Strike Gold, at a special showcase at Velour. Tickets are $10 and the doors open at 8 p.m.

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Love music, head out, buy local!

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