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New Hill record release, feltbattery, Butterflies, Josh Moore 

When: Fri., July 5, 9 p.m. 2013
Price: $5

The first several cuts from Tracks—the debut album from Chapel Hill six-piece New Hill—suggests that the area might have a new pop darling at hand. Sonically, these tunes bounce around with the sort of pogoing interests as the Animal Collective, but the band clutches close to the cores of these songs, too, leavening the musical tricks they can turn within these songs with old-fashioned principles of narrative, progression and presentation. Feltbattery, the ingenious nature-scrambling project of sound artist Benjamin Trueblood, opens and plays with New Hill, while the arching indie rock of Butterflies and the soulful surrender of singer Josh Moore share the top of the bill. —Grayson Currin

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