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Local Releases: Small Town Sinners, Under Radar



Hey gang! Its been a couple weeks since anyone has released anything, but March is here and we're back in the thick of things. Starting off with two releases this weekend. --- We start things off with Small Town Sinners. This northern Utah group have been playing around for a while now, gaining popularity mainly through word of mouth over their music that comes off as alternative folk. This week they're releasing their debut album, The Dirty Thirty, which has immediately shot up on my must-have list this week. Catch them tonight at the Woodshed for their release party, and playing with them tonight will be Charles Ellsworth and our old friends Michael Gross & The Statuettes. 8PM for just $5.


Then tomorrow night the heavier alternative rock takes center stage as Under Radar releases their new self-titled album. Coming up on their fifth year the band has been a highlight of the rock venues for some time. Not a lot of info out about the album, but if the tracks on MySpace are any indication of the whole, it looks to be a promising album. Catch their release show tomorrow night at Club Vegas, along side Werewolf Afro, Kiss Me Kill Me, Pink Tractor and KHP! $7 at 8PM

Head out, love music, buy local!

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