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The Question & Big Sky Tribunal



Aside from the awesome release show earlier this week at Slowtrain with The Platte, last week was a bit off for local music being put out. Now we're back on track this week with two new CD's on different days. --- Kicking it off this weekend, as mentioned in this week's issue, will be Big Sky Tribunal! The debut LP from Brian Oakley's new band sparked interest across the board, and if the tracks on their page are any indication of what's to come, the album is shaping up to be in contention for one of the year's best. Playing along side them tonight at Urban Lounge will be Giant and Vile Blue Shades, with word out of a $5 cover, or $10 gets you in with a copy of the album. Show kick off at 10PM.

And tomorrow night if you're more in the mood for a bit of the piano rock, head on down to Muse Music where Provo based The Question will be putting out their debut album. Not a lot to report on this one beyond the band's very obscure page, but the tracks show strong potential and do make you want to see what else they have to offer. Backing them up tonight will be One Lump Sum and Viewers Like You. Show kicks off at 8PM for just $5.

Head out, love music, buy local.