Jan. 23, 2014 12:00
The fact that Greensboro folk scene pillar Bruce Piephoff has subsisted for what is now 22 albums is a victory for creativity over indifference in the absence of wider distinction, but also for his su...
Jan. 22, 2014 12:00
you ready to brave new directions?” Laura Jane Grace bayed to her audience three songs into punk rock trailblazer Against Me!’s set list at the Cat’s Cradle on Jan. 14....
Jan. 22, 2014 12:00
Camden, SC brother act the Mobros play soulful garage rock in the vein of King Khan & BBQ (with none of the malice), and they’ll play the Blind Tiger on Wednesday with Camper Van Beethoven-loving Raleigh duo the Revolutionary Sweethearts....
Jan. 22, 2014 12:00
The New Grass Revival were more than just a group of bluegrass pickers that broke all the rules; they were a band that piqued tastes undiscovered in the most stubborn of string purists and reticent outsiders....
Jan. 22, 2014 12:00
The fact that Greensboro folk scene pillar Bruce Piephoff has subsisted for what is now 22 albums is a victory for creativity over indifference in the absence of wider distinction, but also for his supporters. That he’s successfully crowdfunded his past two albums, 2011’s Still Looking Up at the Stars....
Jan. 17, 2014 12:00
Amplifier releases its sixth issue Zine craft has come a long way since the time of a teenage Shane MacGowan gluing photos ripped out of Melody Maker onto pages of hand-scrawled decretum. For star...
Jan. 15, 2014 12:00
Just about one year ago, David Kavanaugh was in possession of a pristine black Gibson Les Paul Custom guitar that he intended to use in the formation of a rock-androll band. Today, he’s in possession of a Gibson Les Paul that’s distinguished more by the dull sheen of duct tape and floor abrasions than the glossy black finish it once presented....
Jan. 15, 2014 12:00
KUSH is playing home to a new Wednesday night EDM series, starting with two hours of open decks, followed by sets from drum-and-bass peddler Dvus with DJ King Boo and Shock Fever. Cowboy Mouth are still chugging along, and their inimitable Cajun rock turns up at Ziggy’s on Thursday....
Jan. 8, 2014 12:00
Kenny Roby presented his first album in seven years as if no one was going to remember the decade of creative stick and move that preceded the layoff. In classic Roby fashion, he’s come back with a haymaker from the blind spot. Ever the maverick, Memories & Birds....
Jan. 8, 2014 12:00
He must be thinking about Waylon a lot these days, because for the first time ever he’s touring with the elder Jennings’ old backing band, a group that collectively boasts over 100 years of Nashville muscle. Shooter and Waymore’s Outlaws will play Ziggy’s on Thursday, and it’s a safe bet there will be more than a few Waylon tunes in that set....

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