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Friday, April 7, 2017

Local Releases: A Date With The Colonel

Brand new music from Colonel Lingus, HooNose, Monkeygrinder and more.

Posted By on April 7, 2017, 4:30 PM

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We just have just one show happening tonight, but we have a lot of local music that was released online. Check out all the albums we've put together for you, then join us below for the album release show info.

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Monkeygrinder - Shantytown (EP)
YOU - Traveling Time Capsule
Indiicuh - Issa (EP)
St. J - Bamers 3
Where the Rowdy Things Are - Better Than It Does

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Drauszen - L05SS
slp.less - Number 4
Across Centauri - Where He Left Off (EP)
Beats by RAD - Beats 4 Sale
Aurune - Singles

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HooNose - Here and Now
Hatzz - Sensei
AssEatsFoot/Yeti Warlord - 7" Self-Titled Split
The Sunday Night Serenade Trio - Sweets and Grooves For Guitar and Drums

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Tonight's album release show takes place at The Royal, featuring the latest from Colonel Lingus. These guys have been around for over 15 years, previously as RoadHead before changing it a few years ago to the joke made famous by Christopher Walken on SNL.  The group currently comprises Chris Bingham, Shaun Fallis, Rob Whittle and Dano Martinez. You can snag their self-titled album tonight as the band will be playing with Seven Second Memory, Playing Ghosts and Fear & Miss Trust opening. The show is totally free to attend and the doors open at 8 p.m.

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Love music, head out, buy local!

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