Gig Alert: Little Black Dress' Free CD Release In-Store At Good Records

In just a few hours, at 8 p.m., things kick off at Good Records for the shoegaze-y Little Black Dress, which will be taking to the store this evening to celebrate the release of its debut disc, Snow in June.

We've already offered up our take on the Exploding Plastic-released disc, and even an mp3 to boot, but this would certainly make for a good way to check out the new-ish band in a live setting if you haven't yet had the opportunity.

Plus, as a nice little bonues (and apropos to the album title), there will be free snow cones at the store starting, well, in about 20 minutes now, as well as some free beer for show attendees starting at 7 p.m.

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