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Do you like beats? Do you like horns? Do you like synth? Well, then it's time to dive head first into Germs Germs Germs, the new tape from Gamma Like Very Ultra. Part jazz, part math rock, part electro pop, the album is frenetic and jammy in all the right ways—keeping it interesting despite being strictly instrumental. The spaced out release was recorded locally at the now (extremely tragically) defunct Midtown Island Studios by Matt Rendon of The Resonars, adding one more standout record to the recording studio's legacy of solid Tucson albums.

Gamma Like Very Ultra will be slinging their new cassettes at a release show at Solar Culture Gallery (31 E. Toole Ave.) on Saturday, June 27. Beginning at 9 p.m., fellow Tucsonans Mik and Scott and Wight Lhite will kick off this celebration of funky, weird local music. Tickets will be sold at the door the day of the show for $6.

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