SOME STUFFS: Native plan tour and new album release

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The guys in Native will be turning their tour in February as a Caspian sandwich. In other words, Native will do about three shows, then will be joined by Caspian for most of March before separating and finishing off their tour with three shows. They will most likely be trying out new songs from their just-completed album that they worked on with Greg Norman, scheduled for release this summer. Until then, tour dates for their late winter/early spring jaunt on the road:

February 25… Oklahoma City, OK (The Conservatory)
February 26… Albuquerque, NM (The Gas Works)
February 27… Tempe, AZ (Tempe Women’s Club)
March 1… Los Angeles, CA (Echoplex) +/*
March 2… San Diego, CA (Soda Bar And Lounge) +
March 3… San Francisco, CA (The Bottom of the Hill) +
March 5… Seattle, WA (Barboza) +
March 6… Portland, OR (Doug Fir Lounge) +
March 7… Boise, ID (The Red Room) +
March 8… Salt Lake City, UT (Kilby Court) +
March 9… Denver, CO (Larimer Lounge) +
March 10… Omaha, NE (The West Wing)
March 11… Lawrence, KS (Jackpot Music Hall) +
March 12… Minneapolis, MN (First Avenue 7th Street Entry) +
March 13… Madison, WI (High Noon Saloon) +
March 14… Chicago, IL (Subterranean) +
March 15… St Louis, MO (The Firebird) +
March 16… Nashville, TN (Exit/In) +
March 18… Toronto, ON (The Garrison) +
March 19… Lansing, MI (Mac’s Bar) +
March 20… Newport, KY (Southgate House) +
March 21… Cleveland Heights, OH (Grog Shop)
March 22… Pittsburgh, PA (Smiling Moose) +
March 23… Buffalo, NY (Big Orbit Soundlab) +
March 24… Burlington, VT (Kitchen) +
March 25… Montreal, QC (L’escogriffe Cafe Bar)
March 26… Kitchener, ON (Jesse’s Rehearsal)
March 27… Toledo, OH (Mickey Finn’s)

+ w/ Caspian
* w/ Junius

RECORD CRACK: Junius & Juarez unite for a big ten inch

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Two bands have merged on vinyl for a great release on Us Two Records, a label who are focused on releasing split records. The two bands in question are Junius from Boston, and Juarez from Tucson, and their split 45 rpm 10″ features a song from each band. Juarez’s song is called “Old River, Dry River”, which clocks in at a little over 9 minutes.

You can buy the record from Us Two Records, or with Junius on tour, you can pick up a copy of them while supplies last.

(Mahalo nui to Fort Lowell Records for the tip.)