As its owner matures, so do the motives driving the Raleigh punk label To Live A Lie Records | Music Feature | Indy Week

As its owner matures, so do the motives driving the Raleigh punk label To Live A Lie Records 

The simple façade of Will Butler's Raleigh home does not betray the hardcore punk that foments just inside. The 30-year-old Butler is an employee of N.C. State University, where he helps manage the school's digital security. He lives in this cozy, three-bedroom…

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