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The Cover Up Plays Last Show Tonight

Quick recap of some news we broke in this week's

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The Cover Up

is playing its last show tonight.


The melodic hardcore band was signed to Modern Art Records, which maintains an office in Phoenix but which has seen its owner and production guru move to New York, along with its most prominent band, Miniature Tigers. The veteran hardcore act has been together for six years and won a Best of Phoenix award for their super weird appearance in an Australian ban's TV commercial last year.

The last show is tonight at The Clubhouse in Tempe. Listen and mourn below.
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