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Little Sap Dungeon & The Mad Man Chronicles

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Wanna kick off Dead Turkey day the right way? How about with an album release? --- Club Vegas is giving you a pre-festive show with Little Sap Dungeon's box set! The title :SPLIT: fits very well for the twelve-year veterans, as its a four CD set with recordings from both LSD and Perception Cleanse Perception (PCP). Yeah, you get the joke, moving on. With reissues of albums long gone and out of print, its well worth the $30 pricetag, especially considering the band we're talking about. Playing with them tonight will be LexinCrypt, Black Seas Of Infinity, and Stem Cell Ghost. Show kicks off at 9PM for just $7.

But if you're not in the mood (or position) to take on tonight's showing, then might we suggest a Black Friday release? Down in Provo, Velour will play host to the full-length release from The Mad Man Chronicles. The on-again-off-again duo (who seriously, need to decide whether they're fully broken up or not) got together to put their work to recordings. No word on what's all contained on the album, but I'd suggest getting it at the show, and possibly bare witness to them breaking up... again. Backing them up will be In Dreaming, Numbs, and Red Pete. Just $5 at 8PM.

And as an added bonus, some samples from the Mad Men. Get out, love music, buy local!