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Friday, May 6, 2016

Local Releases: Lying Allies and Big Lists

Brand new music from Allies Always Lie, Wounded Youth, New Routines and more.

Posted By on May 6, 2016, 2:49 PM

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We only have one album release this weekend, but a TON of material that came out online. Filter through the list of online-exclusive releases below from local bands, then join us at the bottom for the single show happening on Saturday.

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Wounded Youth - Poor Connections
Communionist - Dead Ends (EP)
New Routines - Basement Songs
Lifeless Drive - Fantasy
Valentine & The Regard - Thus With a Kiss I Die

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Escher CaseEscher Case
No-Joy & KiyasuDiciotto Minuti e Mezzo di Terrore senza Gioia con Kiyasu 
lemonfacer - False Memory
Bright and Ugly - Life After Death (EP)
BIJUU -Crab Cakes Vol. 2
Weel Byte - Demo

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The one album release happening this week comes to us from Allies Always Lie. This is a five-piece post-hardcore band out of SLC comprising Justin Castrillo, Ihan Wessman, Ian Smith, Kyler Matthews and Nick Lord. They've been playing locally for over a year and gained a pretty decent following; they even had a single back in July 2015 called "This Kingdom Is Yours." Now the group is primed to release their debut EP, Nodus Tollens, which you can already snag on Bandcamp. You can grab a physical copy of the album at The Loading Dock tomorrow night as the band performs with Hands of the Martyr, The Glass House, Adashore, and No Safe Way Home opening. Tickets are $10 and the show  starts at 7 p.m.

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