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Tonight's Live Picks


Monday, Monday...

Start the evening - and week - off right with a free dose of roots-rock courtesy of SLC's Townie, appearing as part of Slowtrain's weekly local night. 6 p.m.---

While not exactly on par with the highly anticipated reissue of Nirvana’s Bleach, the little-known Black Supersuckers Sub Pop Demos is another cut off the indie label’s roster worth picking up—especially for devotees of the artists who dropped the “Black” from their name when they started to break out. Since then, the Seattle rockers have enjoyed a prolific career, releasing material on their own label, Mid-fi Recordings, since 1995 and living up to their self-proclaimed title as Greatest Rock & Roll Band on Earth (if only for their fiery live shows). Club Vegas, 445 S. 400 West, 8 p.m. Tickets:

And, last but certainly not least, Utah rockers Andale! open for K Records artists Curious Mystery at Urban Lounge (241 S. 500 East).