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Local Releases: Bringing Life To The Baby Tempo

Brand new albums from Big Baby, Brayzee, Mortigi Tempo and more.


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.


Chandrles - One Step Closer
Distance In Lines - Lights Burn Out
Zach Gloden - From Habits to Hope
Fusion - Pumped (EP)
Encomiast - Mers De Sommeil
Phansy - P.U.P.P.E.T.


Press Gang - Union (EP)
Comfortable Clothes - Self-Titled (EP)
Sympathy Pain - Long Gone
Trash - '95 (EP)
BC Einstein - e = mc3


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.

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