Blonde Redhead performs the 2004 album in its entirety with the American Contemporary Music Ensemble on Friday, Oct. 14.
We speak with Phil Moore about snags hit and lessons learned on the path to his electro-pop record.
We sat down with the Durham duo and played them some songs by the likes of Stereolab, Nico, and John Cale.
The Mivos Quartet has two shows at Duke Performances this week, the second a bold collaboration with Williams.
After last year’s almost-disaster, the city has shown it can handle anything IBMA has to offer.
The twenty-two-year-old Canadian wrote her first protest songs for her new album, Nine Pin.
The Soggy Bottom Boys reunite Friday night at IBMA’s Wide Open Bluegrass
Didn’t get a ticket to the Red Hat Shows? Here are some bands to see instead.
The instrumental duo from Greensboro celebrates its new LP, Summering, in Raleigh Thursday night.
Scott Lindroth shares his new work, which was inspired by a Richard Powers’s novel, Sunday afternoon.
From The Golden Palominos to The Adventures of Pete & Pete and hundreds of other peoples’ records, she’s never quite hit it big.
Crystal Taylor and Donald Salmon Jr. discuss their weekend-long hip-hop festival at The Pinhook.
The young Raleigh company presents Das Rheingold as its season opener Friday night.
The new all-ages, alcohol-free venue opened in Cary this summer.
With a new LP in tow, the reunited roustabouts return to its their former home Saturday night.
Dave Finucane and Valerie Courreges are using their out-of-the-way space to build a better jazz community.
An oral history of how Carrboro oddballs Squirrel Nut Zippers sparked a mainstream movement they wanted no part of.
With Pete’s Dragon, the formerly Chapel Hill-based violinist makes his major movie debut in theaters this weekend.
After almost finding fame in the nineties, the band is back with the new Nothing Is Anywhere.
The secret of the Durham staple's success has little to do with its business model.