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Cirrus Minor to debut new video, Max Ames Records wins an award, and more news

When Des Moines alt-rockers Cirrus Minor headline Wooly's in Des Moines on Friday, April 25, part of the band's set will devoted to the unveiling of their new music video for "Awaiting Dilation". The 16-and-up show starts at 7 p.m. and will also feature performances by Indianola reggae band Come Unity and Des Moines rockers The Maw. Tickets for the Cirrus Minor show are $7, and they may be purchased at the box office or online through Ticketfly.

Maximum Ames Records will receive an award on Saturday.
Maximum Ames Records

In other Central Iowa music news, Maximum Ames Records announced today that they would be the recipients of the very first Veronika Ruedenberg Cultural Entrepreneur Award on Sunday. Here is their announcement via their Facebook page:

We are so honored to have been nominated by the KHOI Community Radio board to receive the first Veronika Ruedenberg Cultural Entrepreneur Award from the Ames Community Arts Council! Please join us on Sunday, April 27th at the Octagon Center for the Arts from 1:30 to 3:30 as we receive this award and celebrate the culture of Ames!

Kudos to the Ames record label on all that they have accomplished in just a few short years.

Finally, Des Moines indie rockers The Envy Corps will debut their studio concert film Live at ARC at the Fleur Cinema on May 29. The band, who was just announced to be playing at both the 80/35 Music Festival and the Maha Music Festival later this summer, recorded the film while playing their 2011 album It Culls You in its entirety at ARC Studios in Omaha. You can check out a preview in the embedded video.

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