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Friday, May 13, 2016

Local Releases: Hard Men Boogie On Saline Lakes

Brand new music from Hard Men, UFO TV, Saline Lakes and more

Posted By on May 13, 2016, 10:00 AM

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Your weekend is pretty much free of release shows. In fact, the next official one we know of is a week away. So before we talk about that show happening down the road, we encourage you to look over the latest batch of locally produced and released albums that have come out digitally this week. Find something new from a band you may not have even known about before, listen to them and others over the weekend as the weather finally breaks into the 70s around here. Then join us below to read up on that show. 

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Bright and Ugly - Life After Death (EP)
Fits - Synth Salix
Culture Creep - Mirror (EP)
Carver Louis & Old Lincoln HighwayStreetlight
Broken Darkness - Broken Nightshade (EP)
UFO TV - Electric Life Light Show

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Blue Jay Boogie - One More Day
Mammoth and the PansiesDemo
Neu Lake - Currents . Reefs . Shores
Neu Lake - Waterfalls . Streams
Thought TorrentMental Arcade
Hard Men
- Lil Wayne Gacy

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On Thursday, May 19, Kilby Court will host a mid-week release show for Saline Lakes. This is an alternative Ogden-based band featuring Anna Hawthorn, Landon Ross, Brandon Ermer and Amber Deamer.  They've been together about a year now, primarily playing all-ages hangouts while they recorded their debut EP. The self-titled venture will be free to pick up at Kilby as the band plays their release show with Beckett and Seas On Sapphire. Tickets are just $6 and the doors open at 7 p.m.


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