SLUG Mag’s Localized is the monthly, local music showcase founded in 2001 as a way for local musicians to receive recognition for their work. The monthly showcase provides bands playing with free posters to promote the show, a write-up in SLUG Magazine for the two headliners, payouts and digital promotion.

Localized: Anaïs Chantal

Localized: Anaïs Chantal
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As Anaïs Chantal’s musical journey evolves, her perseverance, angelic voice and ear for production are sure signs of a prolific career. … read more

Localized: Angie Petty

Localized: Angie Petty
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Angie Petty is a mindful artist with an eye and ear for aesthetic sounds, themes and ideas. Her debut album, Timing, released last May. … read more

Localized: City Ghost

Localized: City Ghost
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City Ghost members came from other musical projects, allowing them to merge different sounds together to create their own identifiable noise. … read more

Localized: Sunsleeper

Localized: Sunsleeper
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When you’ve been in the music scene as long as the members of Sunsleeper have, you’re bound to have a talented and genre-diverse group. … read more

Localized: Consumer Reducer

Localized: Consumer Reducer
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“Consumer Reducer is half-human, half-machine. It’s about making you comfortable before going to a place of dysphoria and negative psychedelia.” … read more

Localized: Passive Refraction

Localized: Passive Refraction
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The art created by Passive Refraction speaks to a central, guiding principle: “finding tranquility in places that aren’t considered tranquil.” … read more

Localized: Telepanther

Localized: Telepanther
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Telepanther live shows give the band and the audience a chance to carve out an alter ego that may have never been tapped into with any other environment. … read more

Localized: Dream Slut

Localized: Dream Slut
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Nostalgia struck the local post-punk group Dream Slut when they realized it had been more than three years since they last played together. … read more

Localized: Purr Bats

Localized: Purr Bats
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Get ready to be captivated by the powerful Purr Bats and internalize Is-p’s new mantra, “Why live blandly?” at SLUG’s Anniversary Localized Showcase. … read more

Localized: Beachmen

Localized: Beachmen
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It’s been five years since Beachmen released their second and last album, now they are making a comeback for SLUG’s Localized Showcase. … read more