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Love Grows for Deep Cuts at EP Release Show

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Local indie-rockers Deep Cuts drew an enthusiastic crowd fans to Fitz's upstairs stage Friday night to celebrate the release of their first-ever studio recording, the Love Grows EP. Joining them were a few more of Houston's brighter new(ish) local groups, The Caldwell, Chemistry and Young Girls, as well as veterans LIMB. Rocks Off's Fransisco Montes was stationed down front and brought us this photo-review.

CHEMISTRY

THE CALDWELL

DEEP CUTS

LIMB

More photos on the next page.

YOUNG GIRLS

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