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March 27, 2010
This is from our buddies @ Sideways Media who are involved with APLA. Uncovering a Cure will be released digitally Tuesday March 30th, and the album is currently up and streaming on our website. Our coinciding benefit show will also take place at the Roxy on March 30th. Tickets are $10.
Sideways Media has partnered with Black Unicorn Music and Strange Machine Entertainment to produce a record of covers from up and coming California based artists to benefit one of our wonderful local charities APLA (AIDS Project Los Angeles).
Ruby Friedman Orchestra
Castro (formerly The Prayer)
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