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Friday, March 24, 2017

Local Releases: Visiting From Tennessee

Brand new music from Truman Brothers, Sea Of Evenings, Constellations and more.

Posted By on March 24, 2017, 9:00 AM

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We've got one whole show tonight. Just one. It would be nice as we head into the spring to start seeing all these albums people are apparently working on, spending a lot of winter time in the studio, and haven't released yet. Hopefully, they'll be coming soon. In the meantime, here's a list of digital releases from this week, then join us below for the show happening this weekend.

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Sea of Evenings - Slate Beach (EP)
Gryzzlee - Flow
Portzebie - WYSIWYG (EP)
Symphony Sleeper - Kerrigan
S13nderman - C L O U D Y D A Y S ? (EP)

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Various Artists - Son Of Deseret (a Bob Moss tribute)
Drakula Dolphin - Kollected
RADE - Demolition (EP)
Sia Dokos - Strawberry Milk (EP)
Constellations - Eclectic Eyes

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On March 25, we'll get to hear the debut album from Truman Brothers. This alternative pop band is two brothers (Benjamin Truman & Chad Truman) who were rising musicians in Provo until they packed up and moved to Tennessee. Technically they're not a local band anymore, and have about as much of a tie to Utah as Imagine Dragons do at this point, but we'll throw them a bone this time because they decided to come back for their release show. You can pick up a copy of Dukes Of Delmont tomorrow at Velour as the band performs with Oli K and Aubree Liz. Tickets are $10 and the doors open at 8 p.m.

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