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  • Aug 15-22, 2012
  • Vol. 29, No. 33




  • Bevel Summers' Bevel Summers

    If they could match their gumption and vivacity with a core of creativity, they've got the gall to be new "bluegrass-pop-punk whatever" favorites. (self-released)
  • Feltbattery's Behold a Golden Throng

    Benjamin Trueblood, aka Feltbattery, has been collecting and sculpting the sounds that comprise Behold a Golden Throng for five years—recording swarms of bees, cutting those spans with electronics, and combining the bits into alchemical environments of digital and physical realities. (Migration Media)





  • Sweetest blues

    With their energy for berries waning, the bushes are in their own fall, back-to-school mode.
  • Re: Amendment 1; Alcohol Sales; Fracking

    Although we are the kind of couple (opposite sex) who would make for a "better" marriage in the eyes and minds of The Old North State voters, we refuse to be married here. We would urge others to do the same as well as contacting their nearest elected official with their coldest regards.


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