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Blackhounds & Adding Machines

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BY GAVIN SHEEHAN

It's the weekend and yet again we have two very cool album release shows happening. One by a group that's taking off for two months and another giving us a firsthand look at their skills.

Tonight Kilby Court plays host to the country-rock stylings of Blackhounds as they formally release their new work Hold On For Dear Life, and also mark tonight as their tour sendoff show. The group is set to tour across most of the western U.S. until June. Performing tonight will be the awesome line up Larusso, The Lionelle, and the always fun Mason Jones & The Get Troubles. The full $10 admission gets you a copy of the album to boot.

Then tomorrow evening in Utah County, the folksy trio of Adding Machines finally put out their debut album Sweet Dreams at Muse Music. Joining them for the evening will be Archers Apple, Shady Chapel and Schmaltzy. On top of that, paid admission to this one gets you a free CD while supplies last. So for $5 you get a four band show and a free CD. You can't beat that. You couldn't beat that with a pole that has a stick taped to the end of it.

For your viewing pleasure, a music video from Blackhounds, showcasing their live set from a few months back over at New Song Underground.