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You Don't Have To Turn Off The Red Light


Red Light Books closed its physical location a few months back but that doesn't mean owners Jared and Tia decided to just throw in the towel completely. They still distribute records and books through their website and are have recently started to make the rounds around town hosting various live shows including last Saturday's Eagle Twin gig at Burt's. Tomorrow night, Tia will host Temple of Doom at Jackalope Lounge, an all metal all the time DJ night. Owwoooo!