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New Local Releases


By Gavin Sheehan:


Why just go to a shop and buy the CD when you can buy it at the band's live show? This weekend has TWO big album release shows from some of Utah's finest. First up north a tad at Ogden's Brewski's, Drop Dead Julio will be celebrating the release of their new full legnth, The Stories We Could Tell. Jack Jones will be opening. Here's a small sample of their most recent show at Liquid Joe's.

Meanwhile, downtown at Kilby Court will feature The Future Of The Ghost and the long awaited release of their EP, For The Future. Completing the showcase will be Starfucker (featured in this week's issue of CW) Guidance Counselor, and the always rocking Patterstats. Here's FOTG at Kilby last February. If you look close, you can see me running around like an idiot snapping pictures.

Go, get out, and enjoy!