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Friday, May 19, 2017

Local Releases: Karaoke With Bubbles

New local albums from SuperBubble, NSPS, Human Leather and more.

Posted By on May 19, 2017, 8:30 AM

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We've got one whole release show this weekend, which is fine considering that mother nature decided to have a seizure in our back yard this week, and caused all four seasons to happen within a 24-hour period, so getting out may not be a priority for some. First, here's a quick list of all the local albums that came out digitally this week; then join us below for the release show info.

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Kambree - Self-Titled (EP)
Dys Fox - Visions (EP)
Jack Ruby - Self-Titled
Tim Tincher - Wavelength
FilledSilhoutte - I Tried So Hard (EP)

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NSPS - The Carnival Could Go No Further
Lambert - Sweet Apocalypse
Biggles - Brevry Sentens (EP)
City of Salt - Other Fields
Human Leather - Lazy Karaoke

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The one release show we have this weekend will take place on Saturday from the band SuperBubble. This is the latest project from Brandon "Simply B" Barker, a solo musician you may also know from his old project Babble Rabbit.  This new funk project is more of an ensemble (or expanding collective, as they like to phrase it) featuring Rob Drayna, Tim Ouburg, Max Webb, Wyatt Richards, Dan Muir, Dave Terran and Sterling Wootton. The band's debut self-titled EP was recorded with Mike Sassich over at Man vs. Music, and will be released this Saturday at the new Utah Arts Alliance Art Factory (193 West 2100 South) right next to the Trax Station. The show itself is actually a part of the second annual "Night on Commonwealth" event,  totally free to attend, with music starting around 7 p.m.

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Love music, head out, buy local.

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