I'm really excited about this event. Vessel and Dr. Rebecca Gomperts are fascinating and inspiring! Read more about the film at https://thedissolve.com/reviews/1304-vesse…
It's HORSESKULL'S return home to Raleigh and we want to see all y'all out at the Maywood!
Horseskull (Raleigh, NC) - Headspin Records
"If you like your doom, sludge or whatever distorted heavy music low and cool and unstained from posers and retro dressed chicks and falcettos, here you go." Teodora Mateeva - The Sixth from the Sun.
“Horseskull bring to the table - nasty, sweaty, poorly dressed and most likely drunk kinda music, like a good old-fashioned tavern brawl. Headbanging indeed.” Daniel Maciel, New University of Lisbon - The Brainlesser
The Beard (Waynesville, NC) Formed in western North Carolina on April 20 2014 consisting of former Confessor member Shawn McCoy and 3 other killer dudes Fred, Brad and Ali, bringing you stoner mountain rock at its finest, fans of Queens of the Stone Age and Black Sabbath will enjoy our mixture of trippy slow technical doomy dark happy sad rock and roll.
THE BEARD LOVES EVERY DAMN ONE OF YOU!!!!
Spiral Down (Raleigh, NC) - SoSayWeAll Records
Psycho-delicious alt-metal, beware the vampyres! For fans of Tool, Queens of the Stone Age, Garbage, Kyuss, Clutch
It's going to be an epic time!
Poor coverage for this incredible event...highly disappointed indyweek
I will be attending the Carl Palmer ELP Legacy concert at The Cary Theater this Saturday. I was disappointed to see no mention of this show in the printed or online editions of IndyWeek, besides this bare-bones listing in the music calendar.
To my knowledge, Carl Palmer is the most significant artist to perform at The Cary to date. (He was a founding member and drummer for Emerson, Lake & Palmer, and Asia, with 10 Gold or Platinum albums albums to his credit). He is also, again to my knowledge, the first rock act to play The Cary. Which, if successful, might lead to the opening of a new venue in the Triangle for more regular performance of harder music.
I would have thought that either of these points would have been sufficient for at least some increased coverage by Indyweek.
Greatest singer in the history of the world. An unnaturally talented goddess with a seriously kick ass band.
Great upcoming artist, can't wait to hear more of his work!
I was diagnosed just yesterday with a 15 cm. malignant mass in my rectum. Yes, I'm scared. I'll find out staging next week. Just looking for possible support groups out there. How do you deal with the pain? The nausea? The depression? How do you stay positive?
Some interesting facts and puzzles about Prime Numbers and Magic Squares, Smith Numbers, and Arithmetic and Palindromic Primes on this blog: www.glennwestmore.com.au.
7:15pm at 2912 Highwoods Blvd is true. Next meeting - Tuesday, Dec 1. Contact: president at raleighnow.org.
Presented by the Berkeley Cafe and Guitartown.
One of a kind, amazing, award-winning off-broadway show! Don't miss this one--get your tickets online.
Just as a heads-up, the weekly bike rides are not continuing through the winter. They will pick back up in the Spring of 2016.
The website says the meeting is at 7:15pm at 2912 Highwoods Blvd, which is true?
For more information on Terry Riley and "In C" check out Jude Casseday's blog at WordPress. Jude spent 2014 studying and playing with many aspects of this inspired composition, and you can read all about it in the blog "My Year 'In C'"
Last month was such a blast - we can't wait to do it again this Sunday! We're going to have over 50 awesome makers, food trucks, craft beer, craft cider, coffee, tea and live music! We're even going to have some DIY pumpkin painting kits available (limited quantities, come early) - visit us at our High Street Design booth to pick one up!
The Phoenix Theatre Company creates interactive magic with the audience and the Southern cuisine of Chef Paul Covington make this a culinary hit!
This show is being headlined by Jeff Mullins and Ryan Kennemur who will be performing as Yesterday's News. This is the first in a monthly series at the Berkeley Cafe co-sponsored by Guitartown that will feature a local artist performing one of their favorite albums in its entirety. The first installment in the series will be Yesterday's News performing Whiskeytown's Strangers Almanac, which turned 18 this year. Adam Lane and Jeff Mullins open the show at 7 pm. Yesterday's News goes on at 8:15 pm. Admission is FREE but tips for the performers are appreciated.
Thanks for the fix!
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