There's a ton of things happening this weekend, some of which I'm currently at as you read this. But that doesn't mean local music is taking a backseat to any of it. We have two release shows tonight and a third later next week. First thing's first, check out our list of local albums that were digitally released, then join us below for more details on the shows.
- One Step Closer
Distance In Lines
- Lights Burn Out
- From Habits to Hope
- Mers De Sommeil
- Long Gone
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Two release shows are happening tonight, the first being at Diabolical Records as we see the debut album from Big Baby
. This is a punk-rock duo comprised of Madison Donnelly and Dyana Dufree
, whom you might know from their other bands Sculpture Club and Foster Body. Only one track has come out online so far through their Bandcamp
, but it sounds pretty badass. You can get a copy of their full-length album, If You're Not A Baby, You're Too Young
, tonight as they play with Human Leather and Officer Jenny. The show is free and music
kicks off at 8 p.m.
Meanwhile, down in Provo,
we'll see the latest from Brayzee
. A transplant from North Carolina, the 19-year-old hip-hop singer has been getting his groove on here in Utah for about a year. He's set to release his debut album, Back To Life
, this weekend. You can snag a copy of the album tonight at Muse Music as he performs with AZA, The Outsiders
and Young Yankee. Tickets are just $7 and the show starts at 8 p.m.
And finally, moving all the way to Thursday, June 30, we'll see the latest from Mortigi Tempo
. It's been a solid minute since we've heard from the Provo-based rock band, and with good reason, as they've changed their sound a bit and shrunk down to a trio. Even with the changes they still sound awesome, and you can now own that sound as they're releasing their latest EP, Memento Mori
. You can pick up your copy on Thursday at Urban Lounge as the band performs with Temples, The Hound Mystic
and Daisy & The Moonshines opening. This show is absolutely free to attend and the doors open at 8 p.m.
Love music, head out, buy local.